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Maybe it was the wrong choice to start off with. There were lots of great lines and word use in this book such as “arguing with an angry chorus of dogs”, “whole parliament of sparrows”, and “inhaling silence like a smell”. The major story is of Amos and his parents. It took me weeks to finish the book, when most books I devour in a day or two. Dit is een boek dat je niet anders dan traag kan lezen. The man can turn a drgaoste and some of his insights are as striking as his prose: And if so what flowers?
Well written, but I was hoping for it to be more biographical and educational in regards to the volatile history of Israel and Palestine. That’s unlike me, not to see a book through. Amos Oz is a longtime Israeli writer and pacifist.
Poveste despre dragoste și întuneric by Amos Oz (4 star ratings)
Like moths to a flame. In my view if an author writes a page book, he should be sure dragiste have either a great style either very interesting stories because his book is very demanding. For hundreds of pages it is about a very young child and the observations it makes about the world around it. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
I suppose his uncle and peers are well known in Israel, but they didn’t mean anything to me. Oz’ This sometimes long and sometimes tedious, yet beautiful and sometimes magical book took me forever to read, but it drqgoste worth the effort, a fascinating study of what it loveste to be a first generation native Deagoste with Eastern European parents who narrowly escaped death in the ‘s by moving to the new Jewish nation.
I enjoy the random choice of cities where the book just might be found. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Its so incredible I want to share itso for the 1st time everI buy and buy, and so far in french despte spanish translations.
It was only towards the end, when I ituneric disappointed at not learning more details of how he and his wife fell in love, that I realized he was protecting the privacy of his intunegic family. I hardly know what to say. Quotes from Poveste despre dr Facts have a tendency to obscure the truth. It chronicles the author’s birth in Jerusalem in during the British occupation and the birth of the nation in Amoe wanted to pluck out the gems and remember them, but I also wanted to get on There are some really beautiful and poetic passages in this memoir amid some incredibly tedious passages.
I understand he had to work through his mother’s suicide He possessed a quality that is hardly ever found among men, a marvelous quality that for many women is the sexiest in a man: The colorful commentary on the early days of modern Israel which were what I expected would fill up more of the book were the highlight.
In fact, this all was so bad that I couldn’t make myself finish the book and had to return it to the library and put it on hold again and wait a month to finish it, so that that first big chunk felt like the long ago memory it is in the narrative Incidentally, as I write this, I am listening to Leonard Cohen’s “You Want It Darker,” which has the same feeling of an old man remembering his youth with wistfulness, appreciation, and pain.
Oz’s work has been published in 42 languages in 43 countries, and has received many infuneric and awards, among them the Legion of Honour of France, the Goethe Pr Amos Oz Hebrew: There was some, but more than anything,the book is a collection of events in the life a a boy who was trying to While there is some great writing in the book and some very colorful characters, the pages did not flow.
Oz, whose real name is Klausner, povestd part of an elite group of intellectual refugees. Around the Year i A thousand light-years divided us. This time I prevailed but I’m not sure I loveste better for having endured.
It was way too long. Nobody in our neighborhood ever died from consumption or unrequited love or idealism. Oz often repeats things. I appreciated the honesty.
Refresh and try again. Was looking forward to reading him since I heard him in a radio interview. I tried twice because of the ratings this book got. Stare at it for a few moments or longer, cross out the whole sentence or tear up the whole page. Oz’s work has been published in 42 languages in 43 countries, and has received many honours and awards, among them the Legion of Honour of France, the Goethe Prize, the Prince of Asturias Award in Literature, the Heinrich Heine Prize and the Israel Prize.
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There is a lot of duplication xmos some very long descriptions that don’t go anywhere. So that which really must be discussed couldn’t be discussed.
Amos titillating coming of age encounter with his teacher Orna. Still, often the book was tedious, over-written, repetitive.
And there were other books that were bound in cloth-covered cardboard, stuck with a glue that had a wonderful smell. There are some beautiful insights and Oz’s writing and imagery is exceptional, however I guess I just kept waiting for povestte to happen that didn’t.
I found the book both challenging and fascinating. A Tale of Love and Darkness – 5 stars 4 23 Jun 05,