Diary by Amos Oz’s daughter dividing family and shocking Israel

Diary by Amos Oz's daughter dividing family and shocking Israel

Unlike his older sister Vanya and himself, he added, “Our middle sister, Galia, remembers that she suffered from cruel and abusive parenting at the hands of our father. I am sure – that is, I know – there is a kernel of truth in her words. Don’t erase it. But don’t erase us either. We also have a voice and our voice comes from the depths of our souls. “

Amos Oz has long been considered the giant of modern Hebrew literature. He began storytelling in his early twenties and has published more than a dozen novels, as well as collections of short novels, non-fiction works, and numerous articles.

An idealist, he changed his original surname, Klausner, to Oz, Hebrew for bravery, when he replaced his parents’ stifling house in Jerusalem for the kibbutz life. The leading figures of the socialist kibbutz will inhabit some of his accounts. His work has been translated into more than 35 languages.

Gallia Oz’s book wreaked havoc in the literary world in Israel and overshadowed her father’s legacy at a time when a new social consciousness led to the emergence of flawed cultural figures. in the United States of America, France And elsewhere around the world. Referring to the #MeToo movement, Ms. Oz herself wrote, “Houses like the ones that originated in space somehow float through space, out of reach of social workers, out of the sphere of influence of revolutions like MeToo, without leaving a mark in social networks.”

The initial fallout was severe. Mrs. Oz Salzberger Wrote Critics have described her on social media as evil, manipulative, false, and enabling Nazism. Right-wing Israelis are gloomy about what they see as the revelation of a left-wing liberal hero. The family also received words of support.

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On another enthusiastic Facebook MailOz Salzberger’s son, Dean McCabe Salzberger wrote: “In conclusion, I have one smart thing to say about all of this. If you have a rupture in the family, muddy relationships, left over years, for whatever reason, do everything to try to fix it. I don’t know how. Fix things on your end, only you know. (Every family is different. Yes, yes, even happy families).

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