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The Book of Intimate Grammar Aron Kelinfeld is the ringleader among the boys in his Jerusalem neighborhood but as his year old friends begin to mature Aaron remains imprisoned in the body of a child for three long years Whil

  • Title: The Book of Intimate Grammar
  • Author: David Grossman Betsy Rosenberg
  • ISBN: 9780312420956
  • Page: 489
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Book of Intimate Grammar By David Grossman Betsy Rosenberg, Aron Kelinfeld is the ringleader among the boys in his Jerusalem neighborhood, but as his 12 year old friends begin to mature, Aaron remains imprisoned in the body of a child for three long years While Israel inches toward the Six Day War, and his friends cross the boundary between childhood and adolescence, Aron remains in his child s body, spying on the changes that aduAron Kelinfeld is the ringleader among the boys in his Jerusalem neighborhood, but as his 12 year old friends begin to mature, Aaron remains imprisoned in the body of a child for three long years While Israel inches toward the Six Day War, and his friends cross the boundary between childhood and adolescence, Aron remains in his child s body, spying on the changes that adulthood wreaks as, like his hero Houdini, he struggles to escape the trap of growing up.

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    1. watching the timorous spurt, and in his bowels, an amazing void, an emptiness like nothing he can remember, the emptiness of somebody else And oh, the unbearable sting of bliss at that moment, long as eternity, when he flowed and flowed giving birth to himself, a small, beloved, stinking self rid at last of the horrible anguish, the harsh dark secret, not his own, he had been forced to keep inside.This was my second read of David Grossman s The Book of Intimate Grammar The first was probably lat [...]

    2. This novel is opposite, in every way, from the Clancy book I read on the fly while in progress with this one There could not be a clearer demonstration of the difference between two dimensional stick figures and actual characters with depth and complexity.On the other hand, the fact that Grossman has created living, breathing characters doesn t necessarily mean that getting on board the string of thoughts passing through their minds is a pleasant experience I recognized the quality of the writin [...]

    3. I can not say that the book is not good It Is written in a fascinating way and touching little nuances of life that i sometimes thought only I know.But it was hard for me to read it mainly because all the characters are on the verge of madness or insanity and could not connect to or did not want to connect to any character.The Book is a reminder for me that although i have aged i do not want to go back especially not to the age of 14

    4. Am mai spus o i o repet s scrii pentru copii sau despre copii este cel mai greu lucru din lume, fiindc at t copiii, c t i copil ria sunt subiecte care pot sc pa u or din m na unui autor neexperimentat sau prea zelos C nd scrii pentru copii trebuie s ai o m n format i s n elegi c un copil nu are aceea i percep ie asupra timpului i a lumii ca un om mare, a a c se poate plictisi repede i poate s dea cu cartea de p m nt c t ai zice copil rie Iar c nd scrii despre copil rie e nevoie s nu cazi n cli e [...]

    5. I gave it four stars because it is really well written, but I can t really say that I liked it It is written in a stream of consciousness style from the perspective of a disturbed Israeli adolescent, and as a reader you really get caught up in his anxieties I recognize and appreciate the literary talent it takes to do that, but every time I stopped reading I could feel the anxiety linger and that is just not a pleasant feeling.

    6. There is a lot of Yiddish in the book such asIm hayu samim et hamo ach shelcha b tarnegol, hu haya ratz yashar l shochet tafsik lezyen If they had to put your brain in a chicken, it would run straight to the butcher Quite a lot I am still trying to translate.I was shocked at the ending, it takes you places mentally that you might not want to go.

    7. Beautifully written, but I had a hard time sticking with it I think it was mostly a matter of timing At a different time I probably would have enjoyed it I m still planning to read books by this author.

    8. While reading it, I admired the writer s command of the language, and the literary use he made of it I wonder how it works in other language than Hebrew.

    9. schwer, grotesk, melancholisch, herzzerrei end, z h, wortreich, trist, genial, hoffnungslos das sind die Adjektive, die mir nach der Lekt re dieses gro en Romans in den Sinn kommen.

    10. Leer a David Grossman es dialogar con uno de los mayores estilistas del lenguaje hoy en d a, una experiencia que puede ser tan grata como extenuante Autor que en sus mejores momentos es brillante pero que en los peores peca de decir de m s Sus obras son vastas, generosas, quiz demasiado, como un banquete de cinco estrellas en el que siguen llegando platos a la mesa a pesar de que los comensales est n satisfechos, algo que incluso sucede en sus novelas juveniles v ase la excelente Chico zigzag El [...]

    11. Di citazioni di Grossman tappezzata tutta la blogosfera Non mi sono mai degnato di leggerle, certo, ma da un autore cos acclamato ci si aspetta un certo grado di commercialit , no Eh no, non cos.Perch si comincia a scrivere una storia Perch si ha una storia da raccontare, presumo In questo caso la storia sembra non esserci per la met del libro c Aharon che non cresce, n fisicamente n caratterialmente, mentre le persone che ha attorno cambiano Detto cos sembra il Peter Pan degli ebrei Leggendo la [...]

    12. Ultimamente le parole dentro di lui erano diventate, nella sua solitudine, cos interiori, come dire, doppiate in una grammatica cos propria e tortuosa, come sarebbe stato possibile farle uscire fuori, alla luce Il secondo glorioso romanzo di Grossman.Recensire questo romanzo non facile, perch ho commesso l errore involontario di partire dai suoi romanzi pi recenti, e procedere poi a ritroso Dopo aver letto i suoi ultimi capolavori difficile mantenere una certa obiettivit per questo suo secondo r [...]

    13. Cartea asta este fascinant i totu i mi e foarte greu s scriu despre ea E genul de carte pe care eu am citit o cu creionul n m n , marc nd nenum rate pasaje, pe care nu m am gr bit deloc s o termin, ci am savurat fiecare cuv nt, fiecare senza ie, i pe care a recomanda o oricui are r bdarea i curiozitatea s descopere o lume interioar extrem de bogat , complex , inteligent i sensibil i, mai ales, stilul extraordinar de frumos al unui autor pe care eu abia acum l am descoperit.Spun c mi e greu s vor [...]

    14. Het was aanvankelijk wennen aan de stijl van dit boek de soms ellenlange, gekapte zinnen zwiepen heen en weer tussen de gebeurtenissen en de gedachten van de verteller en maken het ritme haastig en gejaagd Dat er bovendien heel wat wordt gesuggereerd maar niet uitgesproken zadelt de lezer op met een boel vragen en een zeker gevoel van onbehagen Gaandeweg ontdek je dan waarover het boek eigenlijk gaat en hoe de stijl naadloos aansluit bij het onderwerp het wanhopige en uitzichtloze gevecht van ee [...]

    15. Am mai spus o i o repet s scrii pentru copii sau despre copii este cel mai greu lucru din lume, fiindc at t copiii, c t i copil ria sunt subiecte care pot sc pa u or din m na unui autor neexperimentat sau prea zelos C nd scrii pentru copii trebuie s ai o m n format i s n elegi c un copil nu are aceea i percep ie asupra timpului i a lumii ca un om mare, a a c se poate plictisi repede i poate s dea cu cartea de p m nt c t ai zice copil rie Iar c nd scrii despre copil rie e nevoie s nu cazi n cli e [...]

    16. Ah, Grossman, Grossman, io ti adoro, ma di un libro come questo cosa posso dire Sar che non sopporto i flussi di coscienza, sar che non c una vera e propria storia, ma ci ho messo un eternit a leggerlo e non mi proprio andato gi Ho fatto davvero fatica ad arrivare alla fine, ero tentata di abbandonare il piccolo Aharon ai suoi deliri ma non l ho fatto solo perch speravo che in qualche modo ci sarebbe stata una conclusione, che poi per non arrivata Mi sono persa nelle sue fantasticherie, a volte [...]

    17. A great, well written masterpiece with amazingly detailed characters.The main character in The book of Intimate Grammar is a young boy Aharon, who distances himself from growing up, making the transition to teen life and adulthood As a reaction to the adult world he doesn t understand and doesn t want to be part off, he physically and psychically stops evolving eventually isolating himself from his friends and ending up being confronted unprepared with adult problems.It s somewhat unsettling to [...]

    18. TODO universal coming of age story tragedy of a smart and skinny kid today, we would be taking abusively about a nerd back then, its the tragic lack of integration with the regular world Jewish family facing modernism Jewish neighborhood the gossip, the trite, the sharing, the affair, the mensch ism, and the gescheft the style is cursive and flowery, but also often old fashioned this matches the subject, but makes for a difficult read and imo does not match the kid s way of acting many of the sc [...]

    19. Not See Under Love, but not too far away More narrowly imagined and executed, one can tire a bit of Aron, who refuses to become an adult Then Grossman lays out a touching, perfect bit of prose insight about every 12 yr old boy who has ever lived Took a while to get around to this, but glad it happened.

    20. Mi sono ostinata a voler finire questo libro nella speranza della rivelazione Alcuni passaggi pi scorrevoli ma in generale lento e talmente introspettivo da rasentare l assurdo Non lo consiglierei.

    21. Di quante seghe mentali fatta la giovinezza di un ragazzino che non cresce fisicamente e non , e forse neppure lo desidera Un libro estenuante che tutto uno sproloquio, una matassa aggrovigliata di pensieri che si dibattono in tutte le direzioni senza condurre propriamente da qualche parte.

    22. Un libro que debe maravillar por la cultura, sobretodo la interna De c mo cada uno se inculca valores y los sigue Pero es un libto complejo que requiere paciencia y una mejor edici n al espa ol.

    23. Grossman scrive con l inchiostro dell anima Entra cos in profondit che alla fine uscirne un sollievo, ma problematico perch ti insegna a leggerti dentro, ed a leggere dentro agli altri Dopo, procuratevi un libro leggero e divertente, per riequilibrare e ritrovare un po di leggerezza.

    24. An intense read like one big long exhale The kind of book you could read over and over because there s just too much to absorb the first time Really liked it in many ways, though not sure I ll actually read it again A little exhausting Give it a go, though a unique experience.

    25. Tr s belle fable sur un enfant qui ne parvient plus grandir dans la J rusalem des ann es 1960 et se replie dans son propre monde.

    26. I have read some good books by David Grossman, but I really struggled with this one It started off interestingly enough but I had to force myself to finish it.

    27. The story of an adolescent boy s decent into some form of insanity is told in the most human and intimate way You may feel your decent into the abyss.Remarkably written.

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