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I almost didn’t renew. And remember that friendship between a woman and a man is something much more precious and rare than love: Ya no hay regreso. I wanted to enjoy this book, but I really found a lot of it to be slow, particularly the out-of-sequence flashbacks. That was touching, claustrophobic and very real, not as artsy fartsy as other parts of the book.
I talked and I talked and I talked. I roll my eyes and roll my eyes and never stop. I only began to understand years later. Sometimes the book is a bit of a slog. He was an only child from whom his parents expected too much. Additionally, it is a very long book and it doesn’t payback the effort and attention it requires.
This book tricked me completely and quite professionally. The method workks for what I think Oz is trying to do, describe himself and his family in relation to the time and place they traversed, the ending of the Jewish world of Eastern Europe and the beginning of the Jewish world in Israel. This is a difficult book for me to rate. There was some, but more than anything,the book is a collection of events in the life a a boy who was trying to impress his father.
I found the first half of the book quite boring. But depression is treatable. It didn’t like what we were doing here in the Land of Israel either, because it begrudged us even this meager strip of marshland, boulders, and desert.
The povestw aspect was also interesting.
A Tale of Love and Darkness – 5 stars. And remember that friendship between a woman and a man is something much more precious and rare than love: I didn’t finish, but this is what I got out of what I did read: I wandered dizzily through virtual forests, forests of words, huts of words, meadows of words. The end turned me inside out as alternating sections of the book overlapped in time and worked backwards to the defining event in his life: The major story is of Amos and his parents.
De geschiedenis van het ontstaan van de staat Israel met al zijn problemen, wordt beschreven vanuit het Joodse standpunt van de auteur, die als kind in Jeruzalem alles van dichtbij meegemaakt heeft. Usually it was the adults who were so childish – but isn’t that true to life? To ask other readers questions about Poveste despre dragoste si intunericplease sign up.
Poveste despre dragoste si intuneric by Amos Oz (2 star ratings)
One thing we have in common is both his and my extended family who remained in Rovno were murdered. Also, had hoped to learn more about how the Jewish state drgaoste – how it changed lives for people.
He was also a professor of literature at Ben-Gurion University in Beersheba.
Grandmothers lecturing grandfathers to “grow-up”, behave as an adult should and not set a bad example for the children. Refresh and try again.
Poveste despre dragoste și întuneric
This sometimes long and sometimes tedious, yet beautiful and sometimes magical book took me forever to read, but ddragoste was worth the effort, a fascinating study of what it was to be a first generation native Israeli with Eastern European parents who narrowly escaped death in the ‘s by moving to the new Jewish nation. I appreciated the honesty. Amso becomes deadly serious, plain-speaking, loses the lyrical caricature and instead touches a raw nerve that he’s purportedly left buried for decades.
Amos Oz had a really lonely childhood.
Poveste despre dragoste și întuneric by Amos Oz (4 star ratings)
Beyond the personal story of Amos, it tells of how the Jewish diaspora of the modern era, particularly the European Jews, made aliyah to Jerusalem. Amos Oz is considered one of the leading lights of Israeli literature and there’s buzz he’s a candidate for a Nobel Prize. It says it all! Gostava de se entregar Gostava de a conhecer. Some people play brilliantly with poor cards, and other do the opposite: There is no freedom about this: Still only on page 22, but I know this will be another book and author to love.
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Poveste despre dragoste si intuneric
Se si prende per mano il narratore, e ci si fida di lui, se ci si da modo di essere indulgenti con un anziano signore che ha tante cose da dire sul suo paese e sul suo passato ci si ritrova poi magicamente im Se si superano le ripetizioni. It chronicles the author’s birth in Jerusalem in during the British occupation and the birth of the nation in I didn’t know the history of the people discussed and they reeked of arrogance.
I also learned a lot about the painful childhood of Amos Oz who wanted ammos grow up to be a book and later states, “I killed off my father” referencing his decision to change his name to Oz.
I have no doubt this is wonderful, but he was just too wordy and too much for me so when the library called saying others are waiting I had to stop eragoste give someone else the chance.