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With Khilmi a nearly blind old Palestinian storyteller Gradually as the violent reality of the occupation that infects both the occupier and the occupied alike merges with the old man's stories Uri captivated by Khil. I remember being deeply moved by this book and that I was surprised that I even liked it I don t read much on Israel because the conflict there makes me so bloody angry But apparently one day I was without options hard to imagine with my shelves but maybe I wish I had made notes So many books and so little timebut I may have to read this one again

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חיוך הגדיHiyukh ha gedi

In a chorus of voices The Smile of the Lamb tells the story of Uri an idealistic young Israeli soldier serving in an army unit in the small Palestinian village of Andal in the occupied territories and his relationship. A well constructed novel built around the clash between liberal ideals and the reality of the occupation in post Six Day War Israel The characters aren t real in any sense The plot isn t real in any sense It is of a puzzle How do we react when our ideals fail How do we manipulate each other when we re all aware that our ideals are failing How will these five different characters find any resolution or absolution How will it all fit together and end

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Mi's wisdom tries to solve the riddles and deceits that make up his lifeOriginally published in Hebrew in 1983 The Smile of the Lamb is a novel of disillusionment and a piercing examination of injustice and dishonesty. I read this for a college course on Middle Eastern literature This means that I was reading the book with a analytic eye This maybe why I never got into the book I had trouble liking any of the characters


10 thoughts on “חיוך הגדיHiyukh ha gedi

  1. says:

    This was the second book I read by David Grossman confirming his geniusCould not find the exact edition I read but this is

  2. says:

    A well constructed novel built around the clash between liberal ideals and the reality of the occupation in post

  3. says:

    I loved the multiple narrators and their different ways of thinking I loved the deep symbolism and rich language It is a story of lives that

  4. says:

    I don't like this book At first it resembles with AB Yehoshua's The Lover which I absolutely LOVED in sampling different characters' perspecti

  5. says:

    I remember being deeply moved by this book and that I was surprised that I even liked it I don't read much on Israel because the conflict there makes me so bloody angry But apparently one day I was without options hard to

  6. says:

    I found it hard to follow I could not always distinguish the different voices of the characters Most of book is internal thoughts abstractions reflections and I found it excessively cerebral all the characters sounded kindof the same to me

  7. says:

    I had a big feeling of deja vu when I read this Did I already read this book? Not a good sign that I couldn't rememberAnyway interesting intriguing tremendous writing but filled with people overanalyzing everything It got tiresome to be honest

  8. says:

    I read this for a college course on Middle Eastern literature This means that I was reading the book with a analytic eye This maybe why I never got into the book I had trouble liking any of the characters

  9. says:

    I enjoyed the historical background of the Israeli occupation of the West Bank but I found it hard to follow the different characters’ internal thoughts abstractions and reflections which were excessively cerebral

  10. says:

    I read it too long ago and loved it a lot The story I loved most was about what goes inside the head of a runner while running