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Amos Oz-Poveste Despre Dragoste Si Intuneric

Amos Oz-Poveste Despre Dragoste Si Intuneric

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Amos Oz- Poveste Despre Dragoste si Intuneric.
Besides his fiction, Oz regularly publishes essays on the subjects of politics, literature, and peace. He has written extensively for the Israeli Labor newspaper Davar and (since the demise of Davar in the 1990s) for Yedioth Ahronoth. In English, his non-fiction has appeared in various places, including the New York Review of Books. Oz is one of the writers whose works literary researchers study from a fundamental approach. At Ben-Gurion University a special collection was established dealing with him and his works.
In his works, Oz tends to present protagonists in a realistic light with an ironic touch while his treatment of the life in the kibbutz is accompanied by a somewhat critical tone. Oz credits a 1959 translation of American writer Sherwood Anderson's short story collection Winesburg, Ohio with his decision to “write about what was around me.” In A Tale of Love and Darkness, his memoir of coming of age in the midst of Israel's violent birth pangs, Oz credits Anderson's “modest book” with his own realization that "the written world … always revolves around the hand that is writing, wherever it happens to be writing: where you are is the center of the universe." In his 2004 essay "How to Cure a Fanatic" (later the title essay of a 2006 collection), Oz argues that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is not a war of religion or cultures or traditions, but rather a real estate dispute — one that will be resolved not by greater understanding, but by painful compromise.
Roman magistral, detinator a zece distinctii literare, printre care Premiul Goethe si Premiul France Culture, tradus in peste douazeci si cinci de limbi si suficient de incitant pentru a fi ecranizat in anul 2009 de regizoarea Natalie Portman.

In Israelul de la jumatatea secolului XX, micul Amos isi petrece copilaria in intimitatea cartilor, a nesfarsitelor discutii intelectuale, pasionat fiind de marile intamplari ale istoriei, de sensul lor si inconjurat de membrii familiei sale, carturari autentici, care ii insufla dorinta de cunoastere. Inzestrat cu o imaginatie debordanta, Amos transfigureaza intamplarile istoriei, al caror martor implicat este, intr-o saga incitanta, evenimentele pastrand dramatismul perceput de copilul a carui sensibilitate contrasteaza puternic cu neverosimilul celei mai tulburi perioade din istoria lumii.

Astfel, insasi descoperirea lumii, primele zvacniri ale inimii si experiente dureroase, cele dintai sentimente de solidaritate sau prietenie capata cu toate proportii catastrofice, prin prisma micului Amos, a carui natura hipersensibila si introspectiva il anunta de timpuriu pe marele scriitor care avea sa devina. Acesta descopera treptat farmecul unui Israel legendar, in care miticul si realitatea se impletesc dand nastere celor mai frumoase povesti.
Amos Oz- Poveste Despre Dragoste si Intuneric.
Besides his fiction, Oz regularly publishes essays on the subjects of politics, literature, and peace. He has written extensively for the Israeli Labor newspaper Davar and (since the demise of Davar in the 1990s) for Yedioth Ahronoth. In English, his non-fiction has appeared in various places, including the New York Review of Books. Oz is one of the writers whose works literary researchers study from a fundamental approach. At Ben-Gurion University a special collection was established dealing with him and his works.
In his works, Oz tends to present protagonists in a realistic light with an ironic touch while his treatment of the life in the kibbutz is accompanied by a somewhat critical tone. Oz credits a 1959 translation of American writer Sherwood Anderson's short story collection Winesburg, Ohio with his decision to “write about what was around me.” In A Tale of Love and Darkness, his memoir of coming of age in the midst of Israel's violent birth pangs, Oz credits Anderson's “modest book” with his own realization that "the written world … always revolves around the hand that is writing, wherever it happens to be writing: where you are is the center of the universe." In his 2004 essay "How to Cure a Fanatic" (later the title essay of a 2006 collection), Oz argues that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is not a war of religion or cultures or traditions, but rather a real estate dispute — one that will be resolved not by greater understanding, but by painful compromise.
Roman magistral, detinator a zece distinctii literare, printre care Premiul Goethe si Premiul France Culture, tradus in peste douazeci si cinci de limbi si suficient de incitant pentru a fi ecranizat in anul 2009 de regizoarea Natalie Portman.

In Israelul de la jumatatea secolului XX, micul Amos isi petrece copilaria in intimitatea cartilor, a nesfarsitelor discutii intelectuale, pasionat fiind de marile intamplari ale istoriei, de sensul lor si inconjurat de membrii familiei sale, carturari autentici, care ii insufla dorinta de cunoastere. Inzestrat cu o imaginatie debordanta, Amos transfigureaza intamplarile istoriei, al caror martor implicat este, intr-o saga incitanta, evenimentele pastrand dramatismul perceput de copilul a carui sensibilitate contrasteaza puternic cu neverosimilul celei mai tulburi perioade din istoria lumii.

Astfel, insasi descoperirea lumii, primele zvacniri ale inimii si experiente dureroase, cele dintai sentimente de solidaritate sau prietenie capata cu toate proportii catastrofice, prin prisma micului Amos, a carui natura hipersensibila si introspectiva il anunta de timpuriu pe marele scriitor care avea sa devina. Acesta descopera treptat farmecul unui Israel legendar, in care miticul si realitatea se impletesc dand nastere celor mai frumoase povesti.

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