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I did not finish this book, therefore I m not going to rate it Ordinarily if I have to abandon a book I have no problem rating it a one star and warning others of the torture it was to read But I feel this case is different somehow I have heard such wonderful things about this story from other readers whose opinions I respect so I can t help but feel the fault is in me and my ability to understand the nuances of this very literary piece of writing I truly tried on at least three occasions to sit down and concentrate fully on the words and meaning between words of this story However, I finally decided if it was taking that much time and effort it was best to abandon the book It would have been different had I needed to read this for some reason I found myself frustrated almost to tears at one point I m being honest here Ultimately, reading is supposed to be a pleasant pastime and unfortunately that was not happening here I hope others will have better luck notes for myselfTried reading beginning 4 21 17, finally abandoned 12 3 17 Beautifully written in spare, fable like prose The narrator, Tzili, is not a bright young woman She is emotionally abused by her parents, and curls into herself when taking the animals to pasture She is at home in the fields and pens than in her own hut Which is the basis for her survival After the Germans invade what is most likely Ukraine not specified is the location , her family abandons her to look after their farm Tzili flees and spends about two years serving peasants and being verbally and physically abused She is treated almost as harshly as she would have been treated in some work camps However, she is free And she takes advantage of that freedom and flees whenever she has the chance, generally in the spring after the harsh winter conditions.She eventually finds a sort of predatory love, and joins a band of survivors near the end Their tale of what happens after the Holocaust is over is almost as heart rending as during No easy endings or answers here, according to Appelfeld, and he lets the book s narration drift away on the last page as he turns the focus on another character, something I ve never seen done in literature before The reader is left to decide why But there is a glimmer of hope Which the reader needs, after the dark, harrowing, cold journey Tzili has been on. [Free Ebook] ♶ הכתונת והפסים ♶ In This Moving And Tender Tale Of A Young Girl Living In The Shadow Of The Holocaust, Aharon Appelfeld Weaves An Individual S Unique Story Tzili Was The Youngest, Least Favored Member Of A Large Jewish Family Her Schooling Was A Failure All She Retained From Her Religious Instruction Was One Prayer Simple And Meek, She Was At Home With The Animals In The Fields Than With Her Own Kin So When Her Family Fled Hitler S Encroaching Armies, It Was Tzili Who Stayed Behind, And It Was Tzili Who Lived Alone In The Forest, Sought Refuge With The Peasants, Found Love, And Survived Aharon Appelfeld Imbues Her Story With A Harrowing Beauty That Is Emblematic Of An Entire People S Fate Tzili is a stand alone among the majority of WWII fiction books I ve read so far Unlike many other novels devoted to this frightening, dark period of time which focus usually on a happy, loving family being washed away by cruelty and ruthlessness of time, Tzili tells the story of an abandoned girl, left behind by her always dissatisfied with her family There s no love, no understanding, not even a glimpse of hope for some sort of happy ending and this, I ought to admit, hurts me than many happy then broken family stories And yet this novel, depicting godforsaken lives, does not truly belong to the real world to me It s told in a way of a surreal nightmare or a grim, hopeless fairytale Aharon Appelfeld deliberately uses very plain, undecorated language and short, simple sentences, creating his story matter of factly and never going overboard He always states facts, merely observing the world and his characters, as if doing nothing to properly, actually create them and yet doing everything to make his story hurt its readers almost physically However, to reduce this novel to its plot and plot alone would be to oversimplify it and the author s intentions The most terrifying thing about this story lies in its opening lines Perhaps it would be better to leave the story of Tzili Kraus s life untold How miserable and pointless Tzili s life must be How little value it possesses in the world and how many stories, similar to this, were actually left untold because there were no one interested in them or simply because no one cared Tzili reminded me of another girl, Patrick Modiano s Dora Bruder, who evoked the same feeling in me as if by reading this book, even though it s partly a product of writer s imagination, I pay a little tribute to all those whose stories were too quiet, too private or not heroic enough to be told Appelfeld, it seems, pays his own tribute too, as he strips away all fancy decorations of the prose, rejects every tool he might have used to make a reader sympathetic What is left in his story is the core, the story itself left to be judged. Le donne hanno di buono che non vanno a fare la guerra p 51 Appefeld pu farlo.Scrittura spoglia, al limite della comunicazione autistica E una scrittura senza piet , che non tenta abbellimenti in una situazione da sopravvivenza Il personaggio della bambina molto forte vivamo con lei sensazioni primordiali, con lei non capiamo, ma ci tocca andare avanti, ad ogni modo Pochi hanno osato scrivere di quel momento sospeso, dopo i campi, prima di ogni rielaborazione Alpeffeld pu farlo. Not sure what to make of this One of those slim, powerful things that you might find in secondary reading lists not sure it s very deep, really, though it s certainly grim An atypical, desperate, solitary experience of the holocaust without a single ray of light but no histrionics either. Es un libro triste, como triste es el hombre El autor, Aharon Appelfeld, era jud o Con 8 a os los nazis entran en su casa, matan a su madre y abuela y se lo llevan, junto a su padre, a un campo de concentraci n Logra escapar y sobrevive, los tres a os que todav a le quedan a la 2 Guerra Mundial, en un bosque Pues bien, la historia de Tzili, que es personaje femenino daba m s juego, s se or , est salpicada de asuntos, hechos, vidas y muertes que el autor sufre, pero que se los deja a Tzili Es una obra triste porque en esa guerra, qui n no sufri A pesar de ese matiz, la historia est repleta de sabidur a, y de silencio, que es al final lo que permite que Tzili Merece much simo la pena y aunque el autor dijo que no, tiene tintes kafkianos Demasiados Me gust It is a sad book, how sad is man The author was a Jew With 8 years the Nazis enter his house, kill his mother and grandmother and take him, together with his father, to a concentration camp He manages to escape and survives, the three years that he still has to the 2nd World War, in a forest Well, the story of Tzili, who is a female character it is game, yes sir is dotted with issues, events, lives and deaths that the author suffers, but that he leaves them to Tzili It is a sad work because in that war, who did not suffer Despite this nuance, the story is full of wisdom, and silence, which is ultimately what allows Tzili It deserves a lot of pain and although the author said no, it has Kafka s tints Too many I liked. ok nemli etkili bir konuyu sade ve pastoral bir dille hi de erini kaybettirmeden anlatm keyifli bir okuma idi. .