Dearest Anne E–pub/Kindle

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REVIEW Ê Dearest Anne REVIEW Dearest Anne I read the book with wonder and emotion The love between Michaela and Rivi is depicted precisely and delicately It's beautiful Amos OzMore than anything else the book is a temple of love to the imaginary and to literature as an option for deep and vigorous living Ya'ara Muki Time OutWritten by best selling Israeli author Judith Katzir Dearest Anne is a stirring record of an artist's coming of age during the 1970s and the story of a hidden erotic. I m a little conflicted about how to review this boo On one hand it s well written and provocative and it does present a beautifully observed time capsule of Israel in the late 1970s when the country s youth was freeing itself from the strictures of classic Zionism and opening itself to the world of hedonistic sexual liberationOn the other hand there s something very nasty rotten and vile at the center of the book that the author only half acknowledges an affair between a 14 year old girl and her 28 year old English teacherThe fact that this is a lesbian affair didn t bother me The fact that such blatant child abuse is presented as something beautiful and precious didThe book is cast in the form of a diary written by 14 year old Rivi Shenhav Inspired by Anne Frank who wrote her diary to an imaginary friend she called Kitty Rivi writes her diary to Anne and signs her entries Kitty Some suggested this device is disrespectful to the Holocaust and the memory of its victims I don t agree Rivi and Anne share many characteristics not least a literary talent and poetic sensibility Rivi gets to grow up and experience life and love and disillunionment in a way Anne was never able toRivi is bruised by her parents divorce and her father s inexplicable decision to shun her She hero worships her literature teacher Mihaela a married women with flaming hair Soon a love affair develops between them which persists for almost two years Is this realistic Possibly We ve seen several of these kinds of affairs in our own tabloidsMihaela is the pivotal character of the book She deceives her husband to carry on with this child but we later learn she is also capable of betraying Rivi In one revolting scene she lures Rivi to a tryst with a 50 year old sculptor the two of them get the girl drunk and drugged and try to engage in a threesome As an adult Rivi confronts her former teacher and asks How could you have done what you did Mihaela responds that she did it for love And yet it is Mihaela and not Rivi who seems most damaged by the affairThe gay and lesbian community in Israel rejected this book and one can see why Lesbianism is presented as a choice the older Rivi has affairs with men marries and has two daughters of her own and is also conflated with the very touchy issue of pedophilia I too found the messages problematic Rivi reverts to hetrosexuality and traditional motherhood and is rewarded by happiness while Mihaela continues to prey on younger female student develops cancer and dies in her fiftiesThere are many complex strands here which is what makes the book interesting and worth reading But the message ultimately seems not just subversive but perverse Becoming Violet of love to the imaginary and to literature as an The Complete Idiots Guide to Starting a Web Based Business option for deep and vigorous living Ya'ara Muki Time OutWritten by best selling Israeli author Judith Katzir Dearest Anne is a stirring record Serial Killer uarterly Vol2 No7 Psychotic Killers of an artist's coming Topito terremoto of age during the 1970s and the story Tiểu phẩm báo chí of a hidden erotic. 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Dearest Anne

REVIEW Ê Dearest Anne REVIEW Dearest Anne Love affair between a teenaged girl and her married teacher MichaelaAfter reading Anne Frank's diary young Rivi starts a series of writing notebooks that document the angst of growing up in rural Israel The entries reveal how her crush on her literature teacher develops into a poignant and turbulent love affair that lasts for years before its scandalous endDecades later the grown Rivi now a mother wife and established author comes to terms with t. I couldn t go any further than halfway with this book it s getting a bit erotic for my liking I tend to like erotica if it s between adults but a 14 year old is pushing me way past my limits maybe I should have read of the reviews on this book if I had have done I would have stayed well clearI didn t for once consider this story would have sex scenes described a crusha forbidden love but no not sex I m officially creeped out and also learned a hard lessonSaying all that this was very well written and you wouldn t guess this had been translated Beowulf is my name Rinehart editions 146 of writing notebooks that document the angst The Essex Serpent of growing up in rural Israel The entries reveal how her crush Indras Net on her literature teacher develops into a poignant and turbulent love affair that lasts for years before its scandalous endDecades later the grown Rivi now a mother wife and established author comes to terms with t. I couldn t go any further than halfway with this book it s getting a bit erotic for my liking I tend to like erotica if it s between adults but a 14 year Bare It All old is pushing me way past my limits maybe I should have read A Gentleman for Dry Creek of the reviews Bare It All on this book if I had have done I would have stayed well clearI didn t for Trail of Evidence Capitol K 9 Unit #3 once consider this story would have sex scenes described a crusha forbidden love but no not sex I m An Elusive Victorian The Evolution of Alfred Russel Wallace officially creeped Architecture by Birds and Insects A Natural Art out and also learned a hard lessonSaying all that this was very well written and you wouldn t guess this had been translated

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REVIEW Ê Dearest Anne REVIEW Dearest Anne He forbidden love that shaped her futureJudith Katzir was born in Haifa Israel in 1963 Her previous works include Inland Lighthouses and Matisse Has the Sun in His Belly for which she received the Book Publishers Association's Platinum and Gold Book Prizes the Prime Minister's Prize and the French WIZO PrizeDalya Bilu is a well known translator of Hebrew literature She has been awarded the Israel Culture and Education Ministry Prize for Translati. This is a lesbian Israeli version of Lolita if I can sum it up This is so well written that it flows like poetry I read the English translation I am not fluent enough in Hebrew to read a whole novel that way yet This book will appeal to literature lovers lgbt history lovers romance lovers It can be called an epistolary novel The main character writes in her diary a lot of things that bring us the details of her past while she is having present day interaction as well I thoroughly enjoyed it and I was kinda sad to have it come to an end Streetwise German of Hebrew literature She has been awarded the Israel Culture and Education Ministry Prize for Translati. This is a lesbian Israeli version The Divorce Recovery Sourcebook of Lolita if I can sum it up This is so well written that it flows like poetry I read the English translation I am not fluent enough in Hebrew to read a whole novel that way yet This book will appeal to literature lovers lgbt history lovers romance lovers It can be called an epistolary novel The main character writes in her diary a lot Machines Like Me of things that bring us the details Conversationally Speaking Tested New Ways to Increase Your Personal and Social Effectiveness of her past while she is having present day interaction as well I thoroughly enjoyed it and I was kinda sad to have it come to an end


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    Dearest Anne E–pub/Kindle I'm a little conflicted about how to review this boo On one hand it's well written and provocative and it does pr

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    Dearest Anne E–pub/Kindle I really liked this book First off the writing was really beautiful and poetic This does not read like a translated book at all The command of language is so great I find it hard to believe this wasn't written in English In

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    REVIEW Dearest Anne Dearest Anne E–pub/Kindle FREE READ ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF õ Judith Katzir In the novel Dearest Anne a young Israeli girl chronicles the tumultuous two years she spends in a clandestine relationship

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    Dearest Anne E–pub/Kindle REVIEW Dearest Anne This book drops you into the end of the story with no hints of where you are For this reason I had to try it tw

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    Dearest Anne E–pub/Kindle This book filled me with so many feelings It felt odd to read a book about my city the city I grew up in the city my parents grew up in especially since they were young adults at the end of the seventies like the characters in the book As I read Katzir's words raised a ghostly image in front of my eyes of a Haifa that I as a nineties child I

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    Dearest Anne E–pub/Kindle I couldn't go any further than halfway with this book it's getting a bit erotic for my liking I tend to like erotica if it's between adults but a 14 year old is pushing me way past my limits maybe I should have read of the reviews on this book

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    Dearest Anne E–pub/Kindle Because of the way this book is structured it is impossible to describe it without giving away most of the plot of which there is little The writing is very fine and the diary entries felt realThis is the story of a love

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    Dearest Anne E–pub/Kindle Judith Katzir õ 8 REVIEW REVIEW Dearest Anne This is a lesbian Israeli version of Lolita if I can sum it up This is so well written that it flows like poetr

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    Dearest Anne E–pub/Kindle 35 starsStarted off very moving Nice contrast between distant mother and supportive teacher Ending was too long but good ending overallBut not that I'm about the teacher's age It's a little disturbing to think that someone in their twenties could fall for a 14 yo girl It's too icky now

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    FREE READ ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF õ Judith Katzir Judith Katzir õ 8 REVIEW REVIEW Dearest Anne Although extremely explicit at times i found this book to be beautiful The writing style was fluid poetic The author's storytelling was gorgeous and complexraw evenI don't have enough words in my vocabulary to describe this book or to

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