And This Is the Light

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And This Is the Light

And This Is the Light A lyrical coming of age story by one of Israel s most important writers beautifully translated into English to retain the clarity and elegance of the original It is the summer of and twenty yea

  • Title: And This Is the Light
  • Author: Leah Goldberg
  • ISBN: 9781592642298
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A lyrical, coming of age story by one of Israel s most important writers, beautifully translated into English to retain the clarity and elegance of the original It is the summer of 1931 and twenty year old Nora Krieger returns to her small town home in Lithuania from university in Berlin ready to present a new, mature self Instead her time at home becomes a period of unrA lyrical, coming of age story by one of Israel s most important writers, beautifully translated into English to retain the clarity and elegance of the original It is the summer of 1931 and twenty year old Nora Krieger returns to her small town home in Lithuania from university in Berlin ready to present a new, mature self Instead her time at home becomes a period of unrequited love, difficult memories and introspection.

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    One thought on “And This Is the Light

    1. Siv30 on said:

      והוא האור אשר ילך ויאור/ ימי נוער ויוסיף עת זקוני ואילו לא יהי מסוד מאורו,/ אזי יסוף ספות כוחו ושני - משה אבן עזרא – בקיץ 1931 חוזרת נורה קריגר לבית הוריה לחופשה של חודשיים מהלימודים בברלין. במקביל אליה חוזר גם ארין אלברט, חברו הטוב של אביה, משהות ארוכה של 25 שנים בארה"ב. הפגישה עם א [...]

    2. Steven Drachman on said:

      Amazing. Story of a girl in Lithuania returning from study in Germany in the 1930s, facing her family's fall from repute due to father's mental illness, various family secrets, political turmoil brewing, and a mysterious visitor from America. A poetic, beautiful book, an easy, rewarding read. Why has no one reviewed this on GoodReads?

    3. Kezia on said:

      "It is the light. And thanks to it we live our lives. It is the light - and it is. And what it is? It is the light."A psychoanalitical journey to the mind of a young person facing the darkness of her childhood, the impossible love for her father and beloved.

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