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by Yael Hedaya
Author: Yael Hedaya
Publisher: Metropolitan Books; 1st edition (September 1, 2005)
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PART ONE. ( 1 ). Dana sat waiting on a chair in the nurse’s office. The nurse sat on the other side of the desk and pretended to be busy.
PART ONE. She riffled through her papers and tried to come up with a phone call she needed to make-something that would sound important, or at least real, because she knew the girl would easily pick up on a fake call. But she had no one to phone. To avoid Dana’s look, which was directed at the floor and, being lowered, seemed all the more invasive and bothersome, she picked up a pen and started scribbling.
by. Hedaya, Yael; Cohen, Jessica. New York : Metropolitan Books/Henry Holt and Co. Collection. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.
Rarely has the fictional world of family been plumbed with such knowingness, humor, and love.
In a striking debut, three piercing, powerful novellas that unveil the hazards of love and desire. The men, women, and even animals in this enthralling collection live at the mercy of their hearts. Young and old, on two legs or four, they grope for love and tenderness, knowing that all connection is fraught with danger and all relationship random and evanescent. Yet the heart wants what it wants. Connect with the author.
He has been widowed, and has a 12 yr old daughter. It is a sad book too, about. Tam incelemeyi okuyun.
Henry Holt and Company, 22 Eki 2013 - 464 sayfa. Rarely has the fictional world of family been plumbed with such knowingness, humor, and love. He has been widowed, and has a 12 yr old daughter.
Yael Hedaya; Jessica Cohen, trans. This is a novel with few explicit mentions of Jewishness, locating any Jewish identity it has is the characters’ Israeli identities. Sami Rohr Prize Fellow 2007. Metropolitan Books, 2005. Hedaya is known in Israel for, among other achievements, her writing on the television program In Therapy, and her sense of the kinds of small pains and little lonelinesses that combine to make a life less fulfilled is aching in its power. Richly drawn characters and slow, almost musical movement toward connections they make, connections they miss, and those they make once more, combine for a luxuriating read.
The novel is such a noisy site of formal experimentation that it's easy to undervalue its long-standing, perhaps .
The novel is such a noisy site of formal experimentation that it's easy to undervalue its long-standing, perhaps even quintessential, function as a describer of the bourgeois adventure-roughly speaking, the pursuit of plenitude in matters of love, work, and leisure.
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