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“Eshkol Nevo’s The Last Interview is a generous, graceful book—at once wry and raw, mournful and hopeful, ironic and tender. This book is a moving story of loss, love, and friendship, a thoughtful meditation on the porous borders between reality and fiction, and a true joy to read.” —Moriel Rothman-Zecher, author of Sadness Is a White 5/5(1).
“Eshkol Nevo’s The Last Interview is a generous, graceful book—at once wry and raw, mournful and hopeful, ironic and tender. This book is a moving story of loss, love, and friendship, a thoughtful meditation on the porous borders between reality and fiction, and a true joy to read.” —Moriel Rothman-Zecher, author of Sadness Is a White.
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This is Nevo’s latest book to be made available in English. Last week, I took it with me on /5(85). Eshkol Nevo is a possible exception. I find his writing pleasant, his stories engaging, and his characters well-developed. In this book, which reminded me a little of The Death of Vishnu, we read three narratives of characters confessing to deeply personal secrets/5.
THREE FLOORS UP By Eshkol Nevo pp. Other Press. Paper, $ A father suspects that his 8-year-old was molested by the elderly neighbor who sometimes babysits for her. Book Review "The Last Interview" by Eshkol Nevo. The Last Interview (Other Press), by the exceptionally insightful Eshkol Nevo, is a haunting investigation into the stories we tell ourselves and others, and how the stories we have lived become our realities and inform our futures.
Actual rating 4,5 Eshkol Nevo sees through humans, clearly. This was beautiful, subtle and raw and reading felt like being a spectator of the lives of several genuine people for a certain timespan, it seemed so real, oh my gosh. The Israel setting was beautiful, it adds so much, all books set there have a certain something what a country!4/5().
Excellent book. Eshkol Nevo has the special talent in creating a fascinating plot made from our childhood memories, historical facts, philosophical theories and complexed characters. The book ends in a way that leaves you half amazed hald dissapointed, saying "what's next?" and that's the beauty of the book.
Enjoyable/5. Three residents of an Israeli apartment building narrate their worries and woes. Nevo (Neuland,etc.) is a bestselling Israeli author, and his most recent book to be translated into English makes it easy to understand writing is compelling—actually, it’s compulsively readable, as the cliché : ESHCOL (1) esh'-kol ('eshkol, "cluster"; Eschol): The brother of Mamre and Aner, the Amorite allies of Abraham who took part with him in the pursuit and defeat of Chedorlaomer's forces (Genesis14).He lived in the neighborhood of Hebron (Genesis ), and may have given his name to the valley of Eshcol, which lay a little North of Hebron (Numbers ).
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Eshkol Nevo, the real-life author of The Last Interview, is in fact the late prime minister’s grandson. When asked in the book what legacy his grandfather had left him, the fictional author.
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His first novel, Homesick, was awarded the Israeli Book Publishers Association's Golden Book Prize () and the FFI-Raymond Wallier Prize at the Salon du Livre (Paris, ); his most recent novel is World Cup Wishes (). Eshkol is an Israel Cultural Excellence Foundation chosen artist - one of Israel's highest recognitions for excellence Author: Eshkol Nevo.
Eshkol Novo's The Last Interview was published in Hebrew in and was at the top of Israel’s bestseller list for 30 weeks. It is currently on the short list for the Lattes Grinzano Prize in Italy and is longlisted for the prestigious Femina Prize in France.
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Movement notations: a comparative study of labanotation (kinetography laban) and Eshkol-Wachman movement notation by Noa Eshkol (Book) 5 editions published between and in English and held by 19 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Born in in Jerusalem, Eshkol Nevo is the author of five novels.
His best-selling debut novel Homesick () was awarded the Reimond Vallier prize in France, shortlisted for the Sapir prize in Israel, and long-listed for the independent prize in the UK.
His second bestselling novel World Cup Wishes () won the Golden Book Prize in Israel and was awarded the Adei-Wizo Prize in Italy.
In Israele, nei pressi di Tel Aviv, si erge una tranquilla palazzina borghese di tre piani. Il parcheggio è ordinatissimo, le piante perfettamente potate allingresso e il citofono appena rinnovato.
Dagli appartamenti non provengono musiche ad alto volume, né voci di alterchi. La quiete regna sovrana. Eppure, dietro quelle porte blindate, la vita non è affatto dello stesso tenore. Nouvel Observateur «Ironico e disincantato, Eshkol Nevo è uno dei nuovi e controversi autori che arrivano oggi da Israele».
D, la Repubblica delle donne «La simmetria dei desideri è scritto meravigliosamente, in uno stile felice e diretto, di delicato umorismo. Eshkol Nevo riveste un ruolo importante nella nostra letteratura contemporanea».
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The following is excerpted from Eshkol Nevo's novel, The Last Interview, translated by Sondra of Israel's most successful living writers, Nevo is the author of five best-selling novels, including Homesick, which was long-listed for the Independent Foreign Fiction ston (translator) has translated the work of Israeli fiction writers such as Etgar Keret, Ayelet.
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