Eine Frau flieht vor einer Nachricht

Eine Frau flieht vor einer Nachricht Ora erz hlt von ihrer Liebe zu zwei M nnern von Wut und Z rtlichkeit Verzweiflung und Leidenschaft und von ihrem Sohn Ofer der sich freiwillig f r einen Milit reinsatz im Westjordanland meldet Sein
  • Title: Eine Frau flieht vor einer Nachricht
  • Author: David Grossman Anne Birkenhauer
  • ISBN: 9783446233973
  • Page: 423
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Eine Frau flieht vor einer Nachricht
    Ora erz hlt von ihrer Liebe zu zwei M nnern, von Wut und Z rtlichkeit, Verzweiflung und Leidenschaft und von ihrem Sohn Ofer, der sich freiwillig f r einen Milit reinsatz im Westjordanland meldet Seine Mutter hofft, das drohende Ungl ck zu bannen, indem sie ihrem Jugendfreund Avram, der im Jom Kippur Krieg selbst Soldat war, von Ofers Vorhaben berichtet Und unerreichbarOra erz hlt von ihrer Liebe zu zwei M nnern, von Wut und Z rtlichkeit, Verzweiflung und Leidenschaft und von ihrem Sohn Ofer, der sich freiwillig f r einen Milit reinsatz im Westjordanland meldet Seine Mutter hofft, das drohende Ungl ck zu bannen, indem sie ihrem Jugendfreund Avram, der im Jom Kippur Krieg selbst Soldat war, von Ofers Vorhaben berichtet Und unerreichbar zu sein, falls das Schreckliche geschieht Autor und Friedensaktivist David Grossman spiegelt die gro en Fragen in den kleinen Erlebnissen des Alltags Er zeigt, wie in Israel das Schicksal der Menschen unaufl slich mit Politik verbunden ist Ein mitrei endes, unvergessliches Buch und ein Protest gegen den Krieg.
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  • David Grossman Anne Birkenhauer

    From ithl Leading Israeli novelist David Grossman b 1954, Jerusalem studied philosophy and drama at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and later worked as an editor and broadcaster at Israel Radio Grossman has written seven novels, a play, a number of short stories and novellas, and a number of books for children and youth He has also published several books of non fiction, including interviews with Palestinians and Israeli Arabs Among Grossman s many literary awards the Valumbrosa Prize Italy , the Eliette von Karajan Prize Austria , the Nelly Sachs Prize 1991 , the Premio Grinzane and the Premio Mondelo for The Zig Zag Kid Italy, 1996 , the Vittorio de Sica Prize Italy , the Juliet Club Prize, the Marsh Award for Children s Literature in Translation UK, 1998 , the Buxtehude Bulle Germany, 2001 , the Sapir Prize for Someone to Run With 2001 , the Bialik Prize 2004 , the Koret Jewish Book Award USA, 2006 , the Premio per la Pace e l Azione Umanitaria 2006 City of Rome Italy , Onorificenza della Stella Solidarita Italiana 2007, Premio Ischia International Award for Journalism 2007, the Geschwister Scholl Prize Germany , the Emet Prize Israel, 2007 and the Albatross Prize Germany, 2009 He has also been awarded the Chevalier de l Ordre des Arts et Belles Lettres France, 1998 and an Honorary Doctorate by Florence University 2008 In 2007, his novels The Book of Internal Grammar and See Under Love were named among the ten most important books since the creation of the State of Israel His books have been translated into over 25 languages See also other authors with similar names.

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  • This book was WONDERFULUPDATE 5 years later August 2015 A friend Liked this review yesterday My body felt frozen I had to remember to breath Honestly, I have never been shocked frozen with an ending to a book than this one I was a mess It was not a happy ending but I still had no idea NONE of what I was about to discover I was devastated At first I couldn t move then I cried then I couldn t move some I remember at some point going up to the trails, alone, for a long needed walk I can t say wit [...]


  • Sorry for the reposting and then taking down and then reposting This book I feel I owe something to You cannot point out a star to someone without putting your other hand on his shoulder.David Grossman wrote To The End Of The Land while his second eldest son was serving in the military He wrote the novel as if doing so would protect him It didn t save his life The quote from the New York Times Book Review on the cover says One of those few novels that feels as though they have made a difference [...]


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  • ETA I better add this If you are looking for a sweet pat ending look elsewhere This book does not have a fairy tale ending.I absolutely LOVE this book Add some explosion claps I have read about half THIS is a love story What kind of love Love for your child, your first and your second Love for your partner in life Husband or someone else, doesn t matter There is a really weird triangle love relationship, but the further and further I go into the book the it all makes sense And by having a trian [...]


  • Grossman mi ha accompagnato per 9 giorni 9 giorni di dolore, di angoscia, 9 giorni in cui il mio cuore ha sofferto piangendo lacrime amare.Leggere questo romanzo una sofferenza, non solo interiore, ma anche fisica E una ferita profonda che si apre lasciando piaghe e che fa fatica a rimarginarsi E sofferenza, angoscia, dolore nel dolore E difficile leggere un libro del genere, non tanto per lo stile, quanto per il fatto che Grossman d voce a ognuno dei personaggi, di cui il lettore impara a conos [...]


  • 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 And so re [...]


  • 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 When one reads a book like this, a book that I would probably never had picked up unless one of my goodread friends had been reading it and just posting how much she was loving this book It is so wonderful when this site does just these kind of things.This book is one that I will probably think about for a long time We first meet the three main char [...]


  • I am in Paris, and have been in Berlin and Barcelona for 3 weeks before that.I have bought SO many books, and visited the best bookstores in the world two of which were in Berlin.Today I went to Shakespeare and co, and got some contemporary French translations, so I need to plough through this so I can get started on the 15 other books im lugging around from my trip purchases Hard to carry for 7 weeks Just finished this an I am too emotional to write about it a because the book totally ruined me [...]


  • I really enjoyed reading this book 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 It may seem odd to use the word refreshing considering the subject matter but I found that too was refreshing or rather the way in which it was presented This book was challenging in a good way it was also confronting at times in a gentle rather than brutal way, it was also joyous and saddening The writing made me feel like [...]


  • This is one of the best books I ve read on what it means to live in Israel I m not the first to write that To the End of the Land is a shattering, soul changing book While Mr Grossman was working on the manuscript, his son Uri was called up to serve in Operation Cast Lead He was killed as he attempted to rescue another group of soldiers Grief and loss haunt every page For three years, Ora has been anxiously awaiting her son Ofer s discharge from the Israeli army Together, they ve been planning a [...]


  • Tale by Israeli author, ant settlement protester whose son was killed in the army shortly before he finishes the book The story is far from flawless the first 50 pages are incoherent supposedly representing the fever of the three characters which is itself a metaphor for the war fever of Israel but it makes this piece unreadable clunky in structure with the first 50 pages followed by a whole subplot about Ora and her family s Palestinian driver Sami she unthinkingly gets him to drive Ofer to his [...]


  • What an entrancing introduction to the work of acclaimed, progressive Israeli novelist David Grossman, whose son died fighting in the conflict with Lebanon in 2006 Though Grossman wrote much of this novel before that tragedy, it fully informs and casts its shadow over the narrative Grossman, in a sense, had been writing the book to protect his son, just as his protagonist Ora goes on a desperate hike with her former lover in the Galilee to avoid any bad news related to her son, Ofer who must be [...]


  • Secondo libro che leggo di Grossman ed sempre una fatica incommensurabile Ci sono dei momenti che sembra di scalare l Everest per quanto pesante e ripetitivo, mentre altri sono di una poesia e una meraviglia unica che ribaltano totalmente il giudizio del romanzo.Faticosissimo arrivare in fondo per questo non me la sento di dare un voto molto alto, perch personalmente l ho trovato stancante.La storia quella del lungo viaggio a piedi attraverso la Galilea di una madre, Orah, in compagnia di Avram, [...]


  • Il libro, come lo dichiara l autore stesso nell ultima asciuttissima pagina, un tentativo di proteggere dalla morte il figlio, Uri, che sar ucciso durante la stesura del testo, il 12 agosto 2006 Ed il lungo, racconto 780 pagine , ad ogni riga avvincente, palpitante, della dura camminata di una madre Orah luce in italiano che si allontana da casa sua, a Gerusalemme, compiendo un circuito che la riporti al punto di partenza, attraverso le montagne, i fiumi, la Giordania, gli incontri con cani selv [...]


  • Despite Nicole Krauss s ridiculously glowing review, I never felt this book was powerful, shattering or unflinching Ora is a middle aged Israeli mother of two who flees to the Galilean countryside when her youngest son Ofer volunteers for combat in a conflict taking place in 2000 She is desperate to escape any news of the battle and her son s fate, so she brings an old friend Avram along with her on a trek through the wilderness The entire novel is basically Ora s reflection on her son, her fami [...]


  • What this book could have been like with a decent editor I read it on my Kindle, so I have no idea how many printed pages it was, but it felt like the reading equivalent of the Bataan Death March And since so much of the narrative unfolds during a hike across Israel by two of the main characters, the comparison to the Bataan Death March felt pretty apt Which isn t to say there aren t things to like about this book The accounts of the events of the lives of the 2 sons from birth through childhood [...]


  • At first I really struggled with this book it took me than 80 pages to get into the story, but what follows after that is unparalleled and heart breaking Why do I love this book 1 With Ora, Grossman has sketched a big , primeval woman mother, lover, mistress at the same time That sounds silly and of course very gender coloured, I know, but with this character Grossman really got me captivated Ora is powerful, hypersensitive, very obsessed with life, but often also very weak, blind, and insensit [...]


  • Si rimisero in cammino Una scrittura inconsueta un po come la corrente di un fiume, come disegnare un vortice, o delle fiamme un continuo divenire Un fiume di dialoghi e di pensieri che scorrono senza interruzioni, liberi, non tradotti, e che, dopo lo sbalordimento del primo impatto, ti entrano e ti stordiscono e diventano tuoi.E allora partecipi in prima persona, ti senti protagonista vicino a Orah e Avram, mentre con loro cammini lungo i sentieri di Israele Respiri e vivi il racconto di tutta [...]


  • This may be one of the best books I ve ever read No, that seems to contain some doubt This IS one of the most amazing books I ve ever read I have been sleep deprived for a week because I could not put it down until long after exhaustion set in 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 Ora makes a pact, a deal, where if the notifiers can t find her, then her son can t die so she sets [...]


  • This book is like getting a punch in the gut I have a feeling the answer to relationships, family or romantic, lies somewhere deep within the pages of this book The power of the mind isn t in magical thinking to prevent death but who hasn t made a bargain in their mind for something they really don t want to happen but in destroying relationships or deceiving ourselves.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 [...]


  • I keep taking deep breaths trying to figure out how to say and what to say about this book It is heavy throughout, without any comic relief or lifts it is wrenching, soul searching, life affirming It hurts so much sometimes that I needed to set it aside and take breathers and remind myself that this was not happening to me, although when this happens in the world it happens to us all It is unimaginable and yet 100% possible and real I walked every mile of this journey in Ora s shoes.My lovely fr [...]


  • Libro faticosissimo da leggere, oltre che lungo e talvolta prolisso.Tuttavia nemmeno una riga superflua per la realt che racconta.Vivamente consigliato al primo momento di stanca nella lettura leggere la nota dell Autore alla fine.


  • an absolutely necessary novel and if you didn t believe in Grossman before, this will absolutely convince you he is one of the best writers today.


  • They sit quietly, digesting Ora hugs her knees, rationalizing that she isn t all that accessible and permeable even to herself any, and that even she herself doesn t go near that place inside of her It must be that she s growing old, she decides for some time now she s had a strange eagerness to pronounce her aging, impatient for the relief that comes with a declaration of total bankruptcy That s how it goes You say goodbye to yourself even before other people start to, softening the blow of wha [...]


  • E allora aveva visto il giorno in cui suo figlio l avrebbe lasciata, se ne sarebbe andato, come fanno tutti, e aveva percepito alcune delle sensazioni che provava adesso, che affondavano in lei le zanne da predatore.Come recensire un romanzo simile Da dove iniziare Di fronte a questo romanzo le dita si bloccano, la lingua si frena come si pu dire l impronunciabile, esprimere l inesprimibile La verit che A un cerbiatto somiglia il mio a, un romanzo che reca nel suo titolo, sapientemente scelto da [...]


  • I feel a bit guilty about not having become absorbed in this novel Several of my friends, whose taste in literature I respect, felt Grossman s To the End of the Land was the best thing since sliced bread since I have started spending time in France, this expression baffles me was sliced bread really a step forward Anyway It was for me slow and even at times tedious The premise is enticing A young Israeli, who has already fulfilled his compulsory military service, volunteers for a counter terror [...]


  • I was at a Bar Mitzvah, standing around with drink in hand, when someone I only see at Bar Mitzvahs told me about this book with the kind of passion and conviction that made me sure I wanted to read it And I typically resist reading any book I m told I must read She was right In recent years I don t read as many novels as I once did, and it perhaps matters , therefore, when reading one really seems to have made a difference When I ask myself if I ve read anything that might one day be called a g [...]


  • My reactions to this book are all over the map, as it were Part of the time I was quite annoyed with the characters and the author Some of the dialogue and perhaps this is just because it s in translation seemed stilted and improbable to me Who doesn t wish they could go back and have the perfect conversation with an ex lover where they neatly sum everything up and get to go on and on about their life since the breakup in mundane detail And for those who do wish that what the heck is wrong with [...]


  • stato molto faticoso leggere questo libro, non solo per una sua a volte inutile prolissit , ma soprattutto per il contenuto dello stesso Gli argomenti sono tosti, la guerra, la tortura, il rapporto madre figlio, ma sono trattati con una tale delicatezza e armonia che te li addolcisce, te li mastica un poco, giusto per aiutarti a digerirli Ho adorato la figura di Avram, forte ma allo stesso tempo cos mite e delicato non ha paura di esternare i propri sentimenti, facendolo senza peli sulla lingua [...]


  • En este libro caben la maternidad, la paternidad, la fraternidad, los celos, el amor, la guerra, el miedo, el dolor, el perd n En fin, en este libro cabe la vida entera.


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