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לדעת אישה reader ✓ Paperback Ý gymapparel ó ☆ [PDF / Epub] ★ לדעת אישה By Amos Oz ✩ – Gym-apparel.co.uk A New York Times Notable Book of the Year“To Know a Woman has the powerful undertow of myth A rich and affecting novel” — New York TimesFollowing the accidental deathA New York Times Notable Book of the Year“To Know a Woman has the powerful undertow of myth A rich and affecting novel” New York TimesFollowing the accidental death of his wife Israeli secret service agent Yoel Ravid retires to the To Know a Woman After the sudden death of his wife Yoel moves slowly through the world in a disoriented fog He obsessively microanalyses the details and events in his life and tries to make sense of the women who surround him This book is exuisitely written It's a great choice if you’re in the mood for beautiful meditative descriptions and gentle plot development The conversations between Yoel and his kvetchy mother and mother in law both of whom have moved in with him cracked me up I was tempted to give the book 5 stars but it does get a little too repetitious as Yoel revisits certain details of his life over and over and over; sometimes it feels like the author cut and pasted whole pages and that was a bit much for me

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Suburbs with his daughter mother and mother in law After a lifetime of uncovering other people’s secrets he is forced to look back on his own the desolate enigma of his wife’s life and death his years of service to the state the rid I liked the styleespecially some of the descriptions but the story lacked imagination and was politically overloaded The ending was uite naive and simple the main character went to work as a volunteer in a hospitalto redeem his sinsAnywayI would give this writer a second chanceI would like to try A Tale of Love and Darkness Let`s hope he has been sincere in its writing

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לדעת אישהDle of his daughter’s behavior Amos Oz infuses Yoel’s story with poetry humor and a vivid sense of the madness inherent in everyday existence“His language is Hebrew his setting Israel his message is universal” Boston Jewish Tim Overall I thought this book was pretty dull It belongs to a small sub genre of books that our book club seems to hit on occasionally which I would call books about morose often Jewish middle age or older men trying to make sense of their lives Others in the book club seem to like them but I rarely connectso maybe it's just me I find the characters mostly unlikeable the overall mood very blah and the stories pretty plot less and this one was no exception Others books I'd put in this category that we've read in the last few years Blue Nude The History of Love and sort of Super Cannes