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Title Ishah boraḥat mi-beśorah. English
To the end of the land / David Grossman ; translated from the Hebrew by Jessica Cohen.
Imprint New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2010.

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LOCATION CALL # STATUS
 Main Stacks  PJ5054.G728 I8413 2010    AVAILABLE
Edition 1st U.S. ed.
Description 575 pages ; 25 cm
Note "This is a Borzoi book."
Translated from the Hebrew.
Subject Mothers and sons -- Israel -- Fiction.
Soldiers -- Israel -- Fiction.
Families -- Israel -- Fiction.
Trails -- Israel -- Fiction.
War and society -- Israel -- Fiction.
Israel -- History -- 1967-1993 -- Fiction.
Israel -- History -- 1993- -- Fiction.
Family -- Fiction
Israel -- Fiction
Mothers.
Military Personnel.
Family.
Warfare.
Israel.
Families.
Mothers and sons.
Soldiers.
Trails.
War and society.
Israel.
Since 1967
Genre Fiction
Fiction.
History.
Fiction.
Summary Ora, a middle-aged Israeli mother, is on the verge of celebrating her son Ofer's release from army service when he returns to the front for a major offensive. she sets out for a hike in the Galilee, leaving no forwarding information for the "notifiers" who might darken her door with the worst possible news. Recently estranged from her husband, Ilan, she drags along their former best friend and her former lover Avram. Avram served in the army alongside Ilan when they were young. Avram was sent into Egypt and the Yom Kippur War, where he was brutally tortured as POW. In the aftermath, a virtual hermit, he refused to keep in touch with the family and has never met the boy. Ora supplies the whole story of her motherhood, a retelling that keeps Ofer very much alive and opens Avram to human bonds undreamed of in his broken world.
Other Author Cohen, Jessica (Translator)