To the End of the Land - Section 1: Prologue, 1967, pages 3-47 Summary & Analysis

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Section 1: Prologue, 1967, pages 3-47 Summary

To the End of the Land by David Grossman is a novel about the way the constant wars in the Middle East affect the people subjected to them. When her son Ofer is summoned to an army operation instead of receiving his release as was expected, Ora decides to still go on their planned journey to Galilee, only she is joined by Avram, Ofer's biological father, instead of her son. She spends the journey telling Avram about their son who he has refused to meet. To the End of the Land is a very difficult novel to read but is quite interesting overall.

He yells at her to be quiet because her singing woke everyone up, and when he yells at her again the next night, she wonders if she was singing the same song since she...

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