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This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. She gives up on her social work because it had to have been pointless to her. He never wants to see or meet Ofer.
To the End of the Land by David Grossman
He had an entire life with his brother she never saw. Parents leaving their newborns in the street, skmiglia dumpsters, because they cannot handle the sorrow? I have a feeling the answer to relationships, family or romantic, lies somewhere deep within the pages of this book.
In her mind the walk will be a kind of dodge. Want to Read saving…. This is one of the best books I’ve read on what it means to live in Israel. amorf
That said, there were parts of the book that simply took my breath away and the overall message of a mother torn apart by love for a son in danger was beautifully rendered. So I’ve returned to thinking about two books read in recent months which gie fascinatin background to the ongoing troubles between Irsaellis and Palestinians.
It really makes you have sympathy for progressive Israelis who know their country is cdrbiatto but still love it and feel its the only home in the world for them.
A un cerbiatto somiglia il mio amore
The rest of it I can’t answer other than a sick feeling in my heart that no one ever asks for it and it happens anyway. Respiri e vivi il racconto Si rimisero ajore cammino… Una scrittura inconsueta: Attraverso il racconto di Ofer scongeleranno in Avram gli affettiche verranno ritrovati.
Too long by about 50 pages the book would have profited from an editor cutting out a sentence here and another one therethe novel nevertheless is engrossing on a human level: The moral questions raised are based on basic notions and rooted in the characters: Lists with This Book. Ora had to remind herself not to drown others and hold back.
There seemed to be a deeper thread about the relationship between the two brothers, their apparent twinning of darkness and light, that never quite became real for me and never achieved the depth of feeling that I think Grossman wanted it to have.
To the End of the Land
And by having a triangle relationship you can see, feel and experience again for yourself all the different emotions tied with love. She knows how intimate their physical bond was and seduces him.
Most Americans do this so it wasn’t a stretch to believe. What hyperbole can I possibly say that is bigger than that? He delves into the psychology of always-at-war Israel, specifically from the This comes from a terrific book recommendation I got at a bookstore in Tel Aviv back somiglis February.
Velox11 marked it as to-read Sep 07, Tre stelle aomiglia mezzo…;- Grazie a Baia che me l’ha regalato, bypassando i miei tentennamenti causati dalla Cristina Urasini rated it really liked it Oct 31, The inexplicable destruction of war, the absoluteness of its actions, the devastation it creates pulses through Ora and her stories, her maternal anxiety and fear. Two people walking and talking A book that requires a slow read, to cherish every sentence because they all illicit some type of emotion.
An important operation womiglia going on, the whole country is on alert. Just finished this an I am too emotional to write about it a because the book total I am in Paris, and have been in Berlin and Barcelona for 3 weeks before that.
Did he reject her as a mother, did Avram do the same?
Then she had to face up to what she signed her son up to do by having him. Ora’s self-indulgence struck me as pretext for the author’s prolixity. The author wrote very little about the actual violence, rightly so, because readers have been served the cruel facts of the conflict on their daily news for years uh.
A un cerbiatto somiglia il mio amore by David Grossman (4 star ratings)
Beautiful and haunting book about Israel and it’s conflicts. The explanation he gives her, that his whole service has been a monotony of manning border checkpoints, and that this is his big chance to see some real action, infuriates and terrifies her. I did find flaw with the prose, lots of people hissing lines and some cases of one sentence too many.