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by Dalya Bilu,Orly Castel-Bloom

eBook Dolly City (UNESCO Collection of Representative Works, Japanese) download ISBN: 923103362X
Author: Dalya Bilu,Orly Castel-Bloom
Publisher: UNESCO (May 1, 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 182
ePub: 1550 kb
Fb2: 1720 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Gruesome, unhinged, and hilarious, Dolly City is widely recognized as one of the most disconcerting-and brilliant-literary works ever to come out of Israel

Gruesome, unhinged, and hilarious, Dolly City is widely recognized as one of the most disconcerting-and brilliant-literary works ever to come out of Israel. Download Dolly City (UNESCO Collection of Representative Works, Japanese) by Orly Castel-Bloom free. Dolly City (UNESCO Collection of Representative Works, Japanese) by Orly Castel-Bloom fb2 DOWNLOAD FREE. A Turn of the Wheel (UNESCO collection of representative works). Poems from Korea (Unesco Collection of Representative Works). Howlin' Marie (UNESCO collection of representative works).

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Internationally acclaimed Castel-Bloom-whose Dolly City is listed by UNESCO’s Collection of Representative Works-deftly weaves a web of intertwining character studies, each rich with detail and nuance. Against the backdrop of war and unrest, the strivings of a woman for independence gain international depth.

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Her postmodern classic Dolly City has been included in UNESCO’s Collection of Representative Works, and was nominated in 2007 as one of the ten most important books since the creation of the state of Israel. She has received the Tel Aviv Foundation Award, the Alterman Prize for Innovation, the Prime Minister’s Prize three times (1994, 2001, 2011), the Newman Prize, the French WIZO Prize for Human Parts, and the Leah Goldberg Prize.

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Fleeing from the collapsing economic, social and legal systems of Sweetwater, a dystopian city in an unnamed country, former architect Allan Ung . Series: UNESCO Collection of Representative Works.

Fleeing from the collapsing economic, social and legal systems of Sweetwater, a dystopian city in an unnamed country, former architect Allan Ung takes his teenage wife, Lisa, and their four-year-old son, Boy, to live in the Dump, a garbage disposal site that now houses an assortment of refugees from this dying society.

Comments: (5)
Coiril
Shocks at first. Almost repulsed by the situations described. Feel like throwing up. How can a mother.... ? Will I be able to read further without being haunted by horrible scenes of a mom cutting her baby - out of love...?
But then, slowly but surely, sentence after sentence, chapter after chapter, entering Dolly's world, I got 'used to' and almost anticipated the horrors; not frightened anymore; climbing to the next level, to the 'metaphor'.
Must have taken great courage to dare writing this amazing book. Courage or necessity. I will definitely read it again and probably again. Great work!
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Love this book
Cordann
Added the rare fifth star because it is the first book in a while that wrecked a whole day; could not leave it alone. Perverse and brilliant. Thanks for translating this extraordinary author.
Lanadrta
It is a brave read
Cildorais
In order to fully understand and appreciate Dolly City, it is helpful to first read Castel-Bloom's more traditionally structured and written Human Parts. With Human Parts as a reading guide, Dolly City becomes a bit more intelligible for the reader unready for Castel-Bloom's flights of surreal fancy. Castel-Bloom is fixated with the sense of insecurity in the lives of individual people in the State of Israel, and Dolly City is the extreme, deranged expression of this. Nothing is taken for granted in Dolly City, both the novel and the fictitious city of the same name. Anything can happen at any time, and the characters are both unprepared for a response, have the wrong response, no response at all, or overreact to life's demands. So this work can be a jarring novel to read: there is an inescapable sense of dread on each page, of infinite possibility, and as if live itself is not a given anymore, but derangement heading straight to death.