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People in prison to stimulate the economy and trees felled to wipe our butts. What was sad is she never does come to terms with herself. Ilenia marked it as to-read Dec 29, He was the only one who could truly know her and could pollinate her with his look, with his very existence, and without him she simply did not exist, she had no life, and so she was his, she was his prerogative.

Secondly, I liked the fact that the fact that story is mostly told from the point of view of a woman and a mother. Ora’s voice is a voice familiar to me and that made her story even more poignant. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

A un cerbiatto somiglia il mio amore

Sono tante le pagine struggenti, le parole che trasudano emozioni, ma anche le pagine ripetitive ed eccessivamente particolareggiate non sempre utili alla narrazione.

It is a long read, at almost pages, but powerfully covers the turbulent political and emotional history of Israel from almost to present. However, I can confidently say that this was one fo of the nest novels I have ever read and anyone that does not read this is surely missing out on something wonderful.

DO NOT read the blurp. Was it after he chose to reenlist? 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.

Is it fair to get used to things?


Avram is permanently damaged by torture in an Egyptian prison, and the book relates how Ora essentially kidnaps him to take him on an extended walking trip in Galilee. I use to recommend it to others by saying: Ora was absolutely not to only i party of needing, wanting or expecting something out of another person.

The underlining current I keep coming back to is where Avram gave up on himself and forced Ilan to take all the things he couldn’t have for himself, because he didn’t think he deserved them. We knew what kind of person Ora was by how she treated Sami.

To the End of the Land by David Grossman

Dal punto di vista stilistico, questo appare il 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 ad un romanzo immenso di ottocento pagine. Mostly ll is a novel about the quiet, intimate moments that add up to make a life. He delves into the psychology of always-at-war Israel, specifically from the perspective of a parent of an IDF soldier during an uprising.

The culpability that we all share for living. Accompanying her on this trip is Avram, a friend since she was fifteen years old and her first boyfriend Ofer’s birth father, Avram, has lived as if there was no difference between life or death for twenty-two years after he was tortured as a prisoner of war. The personalness of it and yet it is still so relateable for all that I have never been a young man.

To the End of the Land

His mother, a woman named Ora, has a bad feeling about what will befall him and decides, with a little magical thinking, that if she is not home for official notification of his death, he will be alright. In recent years I don’t read as many novels as I once did, and it perhaps matters more, therefore, when reading one really seems to have made cerbiztto difference.


Israeli writer David Grossman’s To the End of the Land is a tortuous and conflicted epic about the 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.

At home, she flits around her kitchen trying to distract herself. I feel a bit guilty about not having become more absorbed in this novel.

A un cerbiatto somiglia il mio amore : David Grossman :

There are moments of concurrence, dispute,frustration, 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. The accounts of the conflict are highly subjective, and one must understand that this is exactly what the author intends: Moi her mind the walk will be a kind of dodge.

After several amoore cooped up in camps, the Palestinians have fought back, rebelling by blowing up buses and terrorizing the Jewish population. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The us versus them and the proverbial wool that people can and will pull over their own eyes to get through the day. It’s a view you won’t find anywhere else, and a great complement to Grossman’s novel. We’d call and say “You have to read this book Uun novel is centered around Ora, an Israeli mother of two sons, Adam and Ofer, ages twenty-four and twenty-one respectively.

I understood completely why the heroine covered up the windows on her door so she wouldn’t see the messenger of cwrbiatto arrive.