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Our guide to David Grossman’s To the End of the Land launches today!

Today is the launch of the discussion guide for David Grossman’s engrossing novel To the End of the Land.

This novel believes in what Grossman calls the “fullness of life” and, at the same time, it honestly represents the violence, complexity, and demoralizing effect of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. At its core, To the End of the Land is a treatise on the importance of human relationships — in all their messy, emotional truth — in surviving life in a war-torn country, where the existential threat to the life of oneself and one’s loved ones is omnipresent. This book is a love story, a drama, a war story, a family story, a female story, and, perhaps most importantly, a story about the importance of stories.

The Bookclub-in-a-Box discussion guide includes complete coverage of the characters, themes, symbols, and writing style, plus discussion questions and more.

Each printed guide also includes:

· A Bookclub-in-a-Box bookmark
· A complementary RAG (Read-Alongside-Guide), a quick reference pamphlet offering interesting facts and questions to consider while reading the novel

Click here to buy the guide in print or PDF format.

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