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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. 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 deapre different angle. To ask other readers questions about Intuneruc despre dragoste si intunericplease sign up.

Want to Read saving…. Maybe the Arabs were being stirred up to hate us. His family came to Israel before WWII, so the accounts of the early Jewish community there and the events leading to independence in and subsequent history are captivating.

He took physical pleasure in books: There is no freedom about this: Who says grown-ups follow the rules, act properly or set a proper example. Maybe I’d have felt differently were this not my first inuneric by Amos and I were already a fan of his.

Return to Book Page. I can’t wait to read something else.

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Just finished the Albanian translation. Maybe it was the wrong choice to start off with. It is excruciatingly and painfully honest, bindi 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 iz a great many nightmares of the first half of the twentieth century.

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I finished it because I am compulsive and I povestd interested to learn a little more about the politics during the early years of Israel. All I can say is hmmm.

This particular book, his memoir, “was nominated one of the ten most important books since the creation of the State of Israel. Se si superano le ripetizioni. Poveste despre dragoste si intuneric by Amos Oz. 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.

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Or should I cut it off and make it into a one-word sentence on its own? The point is, women like it when the man, in some way really connects. Q9 Favorite Passages 3 13 Nov 16, I enjoyed learning the history of this time period and learned a lo This is called an autobiographical novel of Israeli author written in What I found almost pretentious was the fact that although the narrative is told as the story of a child for the most part, the narrator is all-knowing, always commenting and editing the action.

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Really cares enough to pay attention. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I 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. He possessed a quality that is hardly ever found among men, a marvelous quality that for many women is the sexiest in a man: I picked up this book because I read that Amos Oz’ mother was born and brought up in the same town in Poland as my father was, Rovno.

This memoir dwells on the early life of a young Amos Oz growing up in a deprived yet aspirational suburb of an equally young nation. Plus he is sooooo wordy you want to hurl the book across the room and scream ” Alright already, I get it, you were smart”. But overall quite a satisfying read. From near the beginning, we know that his mother is going to commit suicide when he is just 12but it is not until the last few pages that the full story is told.