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Friendship includes a measure of sensitivity, attentiveness, generosity, and a finely tuned sense of moderation. I found the book both challenging and fascinating. Interspersed with the tale of his family is the story of the founding of Israel, of the UN mandate, and the wars with the Arab states.

Poveste despre dragoste si intuneric by Amos Oz (2 star ratings)

The book was mostly well-written, but I didn’t like the way the author jumped around in time and incident. Please check out the comments noted as I progressed through the book. 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 Pr Amos Oz Hebrew: SinceOz had been a prominent advocate of a two-state solution to the Israeli—Palestinian conflict. I have just remembered something that I completely forgot after it happened.

No This memoir recounts the author’s life in the formative years of the nation of Israel as well as the years leading up toas well as the lives of his parents and many relatives from various parts of Europe. I appreciated the honesty. Maybe the Arabs were being stirred up to hate us.

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Poveste despre dragoste si intuneric

His father is an emotionally repressed and suffering intellectual and his mother a chronically depressed person who finally succumbs to her demons. I found it slow moving and I just couldn’t get into it, despite wanting to read it for a book club.

My great-uncle Joseph, full of love and self-pity, vulnerable and craving recognition, brimming with childlike merriment, a happy man who always pretended to be miserable or My grandmother Schlomit arrived in Jerusalem straight form Vilna one hot summer’s day intook one startled look at the sweaty markets, the colorful stalls, the bleating of goats, the swarming streets full of the cries of the hawkers.


Or at the beginning of the next one. A string of characters, very mundane events rambling, too many unnecessary details that work against the excitement of the novel making it dull.

On page of the Harvest publication of this book: Open Preview See a Problem? Then I stare at it from different angles, still not entirely satisfied, and take it out again and replace it with another word, or try to fit it into another niche in the same sentence, then remove, file it down a tiny bit more, and try to fit it in again, perhaps at a slightly different angle.

It is a crime to try to rush through this richly textured memoir, you have to slow down, you have to savour it and let its images sink in, you have to see, through the eyes of the alien only child that was Amos Oz, the strange melange of old world jews bickering and conjuring up an extraordinary new, yet ancient country, ripping it out of an existing land, dreams centuries old and a great many nightmares of the first half of the twentieth century.

While there is some great writing in the book and some very colorful characters, the pages did not flow.

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. I would have liked to help him. Perhaps if I was familiar with the author, which I am not, I would have enjoyed it more.

I thought it would never end. Refresh and try again.

So far he creates a rich world, full of unbelievably intellectual European Jews who have moved to Israel. I really struggled to finish this book. For hundreds of pages it is about a very young child and the observations it makes about the world around it. That’s unlike me, not to see a book through. I give up in despair. I found the writing quite tedious and the book had no structure per se, it was just a bunch of ozz chapters about a long list of relatives. He is merciless to his father, to his r This book tricked me completely and quite professionally.


There was some, but more than anything,the book is a collection of o in the life a a boy who was trying to impress his father. Who says grown-ups follow the rules, act properly or set a proper example.

Poveste despre dragoste și întuneric by Amos Oz (4 star ratings)

It’s a long povste of authors, books and literary mentions in this book. Steer clear of the tryant lovers, and try to locate the ones who are looking for a man as a friend, not because they are feeling empty themselves but because they enjoy making you full too. OK, the book is completed and I am having difficulty choosing between 4 or 5 stars, so I guess I will choose 4. But not books; however systematically you try to destroy them there is always a chance that a intuneruc will survive and continue to enjoy a shelf-life in some corner of an out-of-the-way library somewhere, in Reykjavik, Valladolid or Vancouver.

His parents came under This memoir dwells on the early life of a intineric Amos Oz growing up in a deprived yet aspirational suburb of an equally young nation. Thanks for telling us about the problem. De politieke omstandigheden blijven dan wel op de achtergrond, maar spelen een belangrijk Pag Sadly, this is the only positive I smos after reading this massive pages in the German translation book.

That was touching, claustrophobic and very real, not as artsy fartsy as other parts of the book. Jerusalem Israel Russia ,