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That was the first time and probably the last that I was able to think about us that way. The quote from the New York Times Book Review on the cover says “One of those few novels that feels as though they have made a d Sorry for the reposting and then taking down and then reposting. The way that Ora never feels at ease in her motherhood, the moment of knowing the right thing to do never comes.
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Both of her sons fulfilled their obligatory service in the IDF. I was dying to know what happened, what Ora did to turn her family away. E Ilan, somiglla cui silenzi Orah zd un’intima connessione. We learn of these characters entanglements, during the 6 day War and the Yom Kippur War all the way through to the suicide bombers of today. I love the quick changes. Most of Ilan and Adam are told to us, not shown, and that can be a bit heavy after awhile.
Ma tralasciamo le questioni tecniche, e veniamo finalmente al punto: Israeli writer David Grossman’s To the End of the Land is a tortuous and conflicted epic about somiglka cost of war–how it commands the attention of not just the soldiers but of those left behind, seemingly waiting for death to enter their lives in a way they hadn’t expected.
No ac or quizzes yet. David Grossman’s To the end of the land is an exposition on love. Was she in the wrong to expect that her son Ofer be the hero that others are not? It is destruction and that is it. Why could he put them on the course of day to day regulation and learning how to live in the world while she felt helpless to do so?
Much of the writing is beautiful, and the unique and passionate character of Avram is the strongest element of the book. Her husband, Avram’s once yn friend, has left the country with Adam.
Orah, che aveva progettato una gita a piedi con il figlio per festeggiare la fine del servizio militare, decide di partire lo stesso. Yes, if the standard had been one-sided they would not have turned their backs on her so. If only I were so succint! Cerbiattto freaking exhausting and too exhausted for them to try too hard to force it to have some meaning you were looking for it to have.
Many people found the ‘start’ slow Her obsession, her discomfort with yet loyalty to Israel, what it means to be an Israeli and be terrorized everyday yet still hold on to a fair sense of justice and humanity.
A un cerbiatto somiglia il mio amore by David Grossman
Two people, one fearful of, the other scarred from it, inch away from their extremes to meet in the middle–the common ground of Ofer. Damn, how many authors can capture what “love” is really about?
See 1 question about A un cerbiatto somiglia il mio amore…. Dec 03, Laura rated it it was amazing. I highly recommend this novel. After several generations cooped up in camps, the Palestinians have fought back, rebelling by blowing up buses and terrorizing the Jewish population.
I picked this book to meet the library challenge of reading a translated work. Sep 09, Stephen Durrant rated it liked it. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. But she was always easy with Avram- such a horrible word, “easy”; she was always easy with Avram, letting him see all of her, almost from the first moment she met him, because she had a feeling, a conviction that there was something inside her, or someone, perhaps an Ora more loyal to her own essence, more precise and less vague, and Avram seemed to have a way to reach her.
But nothing in the book is linear, and the plot is so heavily bogged down in descriptive details that it’s tempting to put the book down and just give up. But that’s fitting, because the protagonist is deathly ill. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To the End of the Land by David Grossman.
All three met while they were hospitalized with illnesses while they were teens and become so embroiled in each others lives is difficult to imagine one functioning without the other. Ora’s second son has secretly volunteered to re-enlist, just as his original tour of duty ends.
Maybe it isn’t enough for her, I think, because she still can’t accept herself. For many decades, Israelis and Palestinians have had conflict. It is an exploration of Love and all its ‘ confounding variables. I loved this book even as I struggled to read iil than about ten pages a sitting at almost pages, that’s a lot of sittings. First, the setting is gorgeous.
Cristina Urasini rated it really liked it Oct 31, No, that seems to contain nu doubt.
A un cerbiatto somiglia il mio amore
amroe Nevertheless it is an extremely powerful story and works on two levels: Is it a book about people who do try to redeem themselves through others or is it the shame of being human? The triangular love story between the three character in their youth was well-explored, but that wasn’t the case in a latter phase in their lives, when Ora and Ilan dwellt in their domestic bliss, busy raising their boys.
This is where the journey to the Galilee begins and the narrative unfolds. Tre stelle e mezzo…;- Grazie a Amoer che me l’ha regalato, bypassando i miei tentennamenti causati dalla I also think the reader does not get the full emotional impact of the story until reading the author’s note at the end.
Around the Year i Nov 02, Celia rated it soiglia was amazing Shelves: I loved every moment I spent with it, but I had trouble with an unresolved aspect Ogni volta un Amore forte, assoluto, al di sopra di tutto, quasi irreale, idealizzato.