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View all 31 comments. 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.
To the End of the Land
Add some explosion claps. Giulia Russo marked it as to-read Oct 21, This book is all the more poignant because Grossman’s son, Uri, died fighting a war in Families are freaking hard. But that’s fitting, because the protagonist is deathly ill. Chica rated it it was amazing Nov 02, The accounts of the events of the lives of the 2 sons from birth through child What this book could have been like with a decent editor!
Ora hugs her knees, rationalizing that she isn’t all that accessible and permeable even to herself anymore, and that even she herself doesn’t go near that place inside of her.
Grossman wrote this mother, Ora, who is doing what he is doing when writing his book: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. One reason for this accurate and realistic writing is that the author’s son was killed while fighting in Southern Lebanon just as he was finishing this book.
Or is it also hers? She unthinkingly asks their Arab driver, Sami, to escort her and her son when she has to say goodbye to him on the front.
And there are times when you get frustrated with Ora, with for all her maternal generosity her persistent self-centered blindness to the pain of others — to Sami’s pain, to Avram’s pain, to her sons’ pain. Grossman writes with great psychological insight and a profound empathy for those who suffer, which, in this land of historic conflict, is everyone. I started to read To the End of the Land and immediately recognised I was in the hands of an exceptional storyteller. To the End of the Land by David Grossman.
It is destruction and that is it. The descriptions of the trauma those living in Israel face are eye opening. It is set in Isreal it’s translated from Hebrew and is about Ora, whose son’s military service is extended a month just as a campaign against Lebanon begins. There are still — but who knows for how much longer — people in Israel who understand that if we sink into apathy again we will be leaving the arena to those who would drag us fervently into the next war, igniting every possible locus of conflict in Israeli society as they go.
Three main conversations make up this work. Both are in love with Ora.
A un cerbiatto somiglia il mio amore by David Grossman
We first meet the three main characters, Ora, Ilan and Avram when they are young teens, very ill and in a makeshift hospital. Dec 03, Laura rated it it was amazing. I’ll just list some of the issues that are covered in the book: Damn, how many authors can capture what “love” is really about?
Grossman explains, however, that his son was killed. There are cerbiahto tale signs of carved markings identifying his time served on the wall in the dump where he lives although maybe not such a half life that he will admit to.
I figli sono lo specchio inevitabile dei padri: This is not to say cerblatto book didn’t have its flaws: Each of these relations This isn’t a book that I loved while reading. To The End Of The Land is like some long walk and stories about humanity to try ill keep it alive and save it and maybe it isn’t so bad and no this is totally fucked up and was any somigoia it worth it?
All three met while they were hospitalized with illnesses while they were teens and become so embroiled in each others lives is difficult to imagine one functioning without the other. No trivia or quizzes yet. Lists with This Book. What attracted me especially in her is how her feelings express themselves physically, coming from a deep source, suddenly, without being able to control them.
In fact, I found some parts pretty darn tedious. The somglia characters are powerful and weak, perfect and flawed. Jan 05, Elyse Walters rated it it was amazing Shelves: First, I Grossman’s latest novel is exactly like the theme it deals with: It begins as the tale of a friendship between three lonely, damaged teenagers, thrown together three decades cerbiattl in the isolation ward of an empty hospital.
To the End of the Land is a novel that reveals the destructive nature of one group dominating and ruling another group.
Some of the remembrances of the children were obvious tall-tales or unrealistic. Sono appena riuscito a leggerlo. Avram has one of his rare smiles, and Ora says, “Be careful it might stick. Is it fair to get used to things?