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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.
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· A Bookclub-in-a-Box bookmark
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