Aharon Appelfeld Tzili: The Story of a Life

ISBN 13: 9780805212495

Tzili: The Story of a Life

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9780805212495: Tzili: The Story of a Life
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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 more 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.

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"This slender, elegiac, and resolutely unemotional account of a dull-witted Jewish girl who almost inadvertently survives the Holocaust is . . . a highly original work, as much for the purity and austerity of its language as for the character of Tzili. It is a measure of Appelfeld's uncanny skill that a narrative so deliberately shorn of familiar human relations and emotions should bear so much power."
--Joyce Carol Oates, "The New York Times Book Review
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"As always, Appelfeld's style is affectingly spare. Out of the shards of [personal] experience, he has composed a tale of appalling symmetry. Among his many novels and stories of the Holocaust, Tzili best exemplifies Kafka's bitter aphorism, 'The arrows fit exactly in the wounds they have made.'"
--"Time"

"It is a measure of Appelfeld's uncanny skill that a narrative so deliberately shorn of familiar human relations should bear so much power."
--Joyce Carol Oates, "The New York Times Book Review"
"As always, Appelfeld's style is affectingly spare. Out of the shards of [ personal] experience, he has composed a tale of appalling symmetry. Among his many novels and stories of the Holocaust, "Tzili" best exemplifies Kafka's bitter aphorism, 'The arrows fit exactly in the wounds they have made.' "
--"Time"

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