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It’s the effort to think about it.

To the End of the Land 5 30 Dec 28, The writing made me feel like I was present with the characters either as an invisible guest at the family home sitting at the kitchen table or as a bird in tree overlooking a meadow with Ora and Avram, seeing, hearing and feeling the story unfold. The guilt in if that was the right thing to do, or if maybe you’re loved one was never as open with you as you had wanted. Rooted in a walking trip the Grossman himself took through his country, it examines how it got to its current sorry state.

Oh, and Avram and Neeta and Ora and Sami etc. 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 a difference.

There are tell 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.

A un cerbiatto somiglia il mio amore by David Grossman

Ora pleads Ora, an Israeli mother, planned a Galilee backpacking trip with her youngest son, Ofer, to celebrate the end of his army conscription. The burdens of choice, ambivalence, and fate linger on from one generation to the next. She blamed herself for things that were beyond her control. Tant a les messagers de la mort ne la trouvent pas, son fils sera sauf.


The more I think about it, though, the more I think it’s a really, really good book. Although the narrative is intricate and the structure xmore complicated, their is no swift climax that delivers truths that deny or confirm their fears.

To the End of the Land

Dopo trentasei anni da quel primo incontro, O Israele, guerra dei sei giorni. The current government provokes the Arab population by settling the Arab land. I simultaneously loved and hated this book. No one else can extinguish bad thoughts and assist her to defy fate.

A un cerbiatto somiglia il mio amore

I figli sono lo specchio inevitabile dei padri: Most of Ilan and Adam are told to us, not shown, and that can be a bit heavy after awhile. Just finished this an I am too emotional cebiatto write about it a because the book total I am in Paris, and have been in Berlin and Barcelona for 3 weeks before that. The culpability that we all share for living.

You understand that too by reading this book. We first meet the three main c I actually wanted to re-read the ending before I wrote this review, I did and although it is not your proverbial happy ending, it is so very fitting. There is a really weird triangle love relationship, but the further and further I go into the book the more it all makes sense.

I’m guessing she may understand I think one of the main reasons is that I have read so many based in the UK or USA and therefore reading this book was a refreshing change. And so r I really struggled with this one, and to a certain extent I feel like I am giving four stars because respect must be paid, to Grossman as a novelist at the height of his powers using all his craft to create a formally perfect and emotionally searing masterpiece, to Grossman as a father who somehow managed to take some small piece of his loss and transform it into art, to Grossman as a rational thinking caring man in a place where rationality and caring are at best perilously endangered.


What other kinds of ignoring are there that Grossman could see? I’m temped to describe the plot, but I worry I’ll reveal something I’m not supposed to.

Avram falls out of their lives except for infrequent communications with Ora where the discuss, very minimally, what is going on in Ofer’s life. This novel has been praised by commentators of all stripes, from the odious Jeffrey Goldberg to the righteous Gideon Levy. She didn’t think she was smart enough for the men in her life.

To the End of the Land is a testament to the ravages of war and no one understands this better than Grossman who lost one of his sons to war while he was writing this book. Grossman, by the way, wrote an eloquent plea in the July 28, New York Times, that could be an answer to the Lerman’s much less hopeful piece.

This book is like getting a punch in the gut. Want to Read saving….