9 edition of See under--love found in the catalog.
Translation of: ʻAyen ʻerekh--ahavah.
|Statement||David Grossman ; translated from the Hebrew by Betsy Rosenberg.|
|LC Classifications||PJ5054.G728 A9713 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||458 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||458|
|LC Control Number||88083467|
Momik David Grossman’s book, See Under Love: Momik, is not a typical book on the story of a family from the Holocaust. The book is divided into four parts, told about Momik and his family who live in Israel and who are survivors of the Holocaust. As told in the first section as a 9-year-old boy, Momik doesn’t know much about what happened “over there”, in Europe. How Did the Book Get its Start? See Under: LOVE began with Bruno Schulz. Let me tell you howl came to read the stories of Schulz. This happened after I published my first novel, The Smile of the Lamb. You know what it's like when a new writer arrives in town: it's as if a new child was born into a family.
See Under: Love. Author: Grossman, David Rosenberg, Betsy: Binding: Softcover: List Price: $ Our Price: $ CAD Sale Price: $ CAD & FREE Shipping on orders over $45 Our Price: $ CAD: Sale Price: $ CAD: Online Qty: NOTE: This title is a Bargain book. Bargain books are excess inventory or store returns from publishers that Pages: David Grossman‘s novel See Under: Love met with huge success when it was first published in Israeli readers greeted it instantly as a masterpiece. Among other things, they welcomed the new and affecting treatment of Holocaust themes that See Under: Love had to offer. Grossman was a path-breaker in bringing attention to the second generation, the children of Holocaust survivors.
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I read the first page chapter of this book in one stunned See under--love book the summer my son was born. I don't normally read Holocaust related fiction, but See Under: Love captivated me and tore me up. I lent the book to a dear friend who couldn't get past the opening pages, so I guess it's not for everyone, but for those with a tolerance or liking for magical realism, unusual plotting, and (truly 4/5().
See Under: LOVE may be a worthy successor to this small but awesome canon.” ―Edmund White, The New York Times Book Review “A world-class work of fiction, one of the most profound, compelling, and ingenious novels that I have read in years.” ―Tom LeClair, USA Today “A dazzling work of imagination.” ―Michiko Kakutani, The New York Cited by: see under: love by David Grossman ‧ RELEASE DATE: March 1, Grossman (the best-selling The Yellow Wind,nonfiction about the Israeli/Palestinian situation) now offers a phantasmagoric novel about one man's agonizing attempt to come to terms with the Holocaust--a tale that successfully merges history, personal mythology, and literary.
This is a big book, and when I say big, I don’t mean in page count. It’s a modest pages, but the scope of what Grossman tries to do here dwarfs longer works like Dostoevsky’s lesser works, Christina Stead’s novels, and even things like Cortazar’s is, I suppose, the sheer outsizedness of Grossman’s ambitions that renders See Under: See under--love book simultaneously awe-inspiring.
The final chapter is an encyclopedia, in which the title - See Under: Love is a cross reference. I couldn't finish this chapter. It was too awful for me.
This book is bold, poetic and passionate. I consider this the best, the most important book I have ever read/5. See Under: LOVE may be a worthy successor to this small but awesome canon.” —Edmund White, The New York Times Book Review “A world-class work of fiction, one of the most profound, compelling, and ingenious novels that I have read in years.” —Tom LeClair, USA Today “A dazzling work of imagination.” —Michiko Kakutani, The New York.
Now, in ''See Under: Love,'' his first novel to be published in America, Mr. Grossman looks at another people unable to escape the past - the generation of Israelis whose parents survived the. Momik, the only child of two survivors, is brought up in Israel by a family seeking to ignore the past.
No-one will explain to him what life was like 'Over There' or what the 'Nazi Beast' is. His 9-year-old mind imagines a Nazi Beast hiding in the cellar, waiting to feed on Jews. Momik increasingly shields himself from all feeling and attachment.
See Under Quotes Showing of 4 “For him, the Holocaust was a laboratory gone mad, accelerating and intensifying human processes a hundredfold ” ― David Grossman, See Under: LoveCited by: David Grossman (Hebrew: דויד גרוסמן ; born Janu ) is an Israeli author.
His books have been translated into more than 30 languages, and have won numerous prizes. He addressed the Israeli–Palestinian conflict in his novel, To the End of the that book's publication he has written a children's book, an opera for children and several mater: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Read "See Under: LOVE A Novel" by David Grossman available from Rakuten Kobo. In this powerful novel by one of Israel's most prominent writers, Momik, the only child of Holocaust survivors, grows up Brand: Farrar, Straus And Giroux.
Momik is the only child of two Holocaust survivors. Something in Momik pushes him into strange, perilous confrontations with the world of pain and love he is determined to avoid. By listening to a relative's special stories for and about children, Momik becomes "infected with humanity" and with the intense loving-kindness that exists alongside the horrors of his ancestry/5(2).
I wrote See Under: Love, among other reasons, to restore my will to live and my love of life. Perhaps also to heal from the insult I felt on behalf of Bruno Schulz - the insult at the way his.
See Under: Love invites us to into that relationship, helps us visualize it, and transforms our sense of what this world really is. There is plenty to study, learn, and analyze in Mr. Grossman's incredible work, but my first reading was a sacred experience.
This Cited by: An impossible book to describe but magnificent nevertheless. Grossman's writing is poetical, obtuse, old fashioned and modern all in one novel. Divided into 4 distinct sections with 4 correspondingly distinct voices, See Under: LOVE, follows the life of a child born to /5(4).
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