by David Grossman
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Fleeing to Galilee in despair when her son voluntarily rejoins the Israeli army, Ora drags along estranged family friend Avram, a tortured former POW to whom she relates her experiences of motherhood against a backdrop of constant war and fear.
August 10, 2011 Novelist David Grossman returns with an Israeli mother's story, while Anne Weisgarber looks at African-American homesteaders. In memoir, Gail Caldwell recalls an indelible friendship, and Mira Bartok reconnects with her mother. Meanwhile, Hubert Dreyfus and Sean Kelly extol the power of wonder.
October 20, 2010 David Grossman began working on his novel To the End of the Land while his son Uri was in the Israeli Army. He hoped it would protect him. It didn't. Uri was killed, and Grossman's fiction explores the fragility of families, nations and life itself.
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