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He creates terrific characters who come alive when they are talking or being talked about. 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 anyway.

Lists with This Book. There osmiglia a really weird triangle love relationship, but the further and further I go into the book the more it all makes sense.

A un cerbiatto somiglia il mio amore by David Grossman (4 star ratings)

Hard to carry for 7 weeks! I was a mess. I’ve invited my liberal Jewish friends to comment on Facebook, but so far I have no input from them. This is what I’ve got and I’m so grateful to have it. The accounts of the events of the lives of the 2 sons from birth through childhood are true gems. She said cerniatto liked him. Just some focus on the weaker sides then: You’d be my model, but for words.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I have read about half. She unthinkingly asks their Arab driver, Sami, to escort her and her son when she has to amord goodbye to him on the front. People can poison their own capacity or potentional with doubt and insecurities. Dal punto di vista stilistico, questo appare a romanzo maturo, approdo finale di un percorso di sperimentalismo che ha attraversato tutta la precedente produzione di Grossman, e che ora sembra fissarsi in un modello particolarmente ricco, ma anche malleabile, capace di adattarsi amorw un romanzo immenso di ottocento pagine.


The current government provokes the Arab population by settling the Arab land.

Another big beef I have with the book is that the husband Ilan and his story are really never told, with the exception of one event. You’d be my model, but for words. I didn’t even do it on purpose. Thanks for telling us about the problem. 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.

I grew to very much appreciate Arthur Morey’s narration of this excellent book, although it took me a while. It certainly puts a context on what’s likely to happen now to Gilad Shalit, the Israeli solder just released after 5 years of captivity, at smore hands of his own government.

Long, but glad I litened. It introduced Ora, Avram and Ilan as teenagers, but the lack of quotes and the structure of the narrative was confusing. I read it on my Kindle, so I have no idea how many printed pages it was, but it felt like the reading equivalent of the Bataan Death March.

How disturbed I feel when I remember that he said he couldn’t wait to go kill Arabs. She can only be herself, even if that self is someone she feels not up to it. I liked the little parallelisms in the plot, the moments of magic the broken dancers, for exampleand the snapshots of family and war.


Respiri e vivi il racconto Si rimisero in cammino… Una scrittura av Sono appena riuscito a leggerlo.

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View all 3 comments. I think one of the main reasons is that I have read so many based in the UK or USA and therefore reading this book was a refreshing change. Aesthetically, the final, transcendent scene was painterly, exquisite, and delicate, recalling, for me, in spirit, not in actual event the elegance in the final scene of Kate Grenville’s story of war, The Lieutenant.

She had Ofer on a pedestal, hoped he’d save them all perhaps like he saved Adam as a boy, when his parents could not. Two State, One State: Accompanying her on this trip is Avram, a friend since she was fifteen years old and her first boyfriend You’re here to get bombed on instead of the civilians in town.

Love and Someone to Run With are two of my favorite books ever I had fully formed fantasies that I carried with me for that last one. He has also published several books of non-fiction, including int From ithl.

This isn’t a book that I loved while reading.