Scenes From Village Life

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by Amos Oz  (Israel)
2009 / 192 pages
Rating:  9 /literary -short stories

In the fictional village of Tel Ilan,  situated in the hills of Menashe south and east of Haifa,  times are changing – actually times have been changing for awhile.    This is a book of 8 very subtly  interwoven stories about the lives of kinda-sorta average people,  with a deep vein of strangeness of the “grotesque,” where the reader identifies with the character,  but then realizes there’s a kind of disgust there as well.   The characters of one story might wander through the story of another character.  There is a first person who seems to tell most >>>>MORE>>>>

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