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Amos oz’s short fiction focuses on the jewish experience, especially in his homeland it has, collectively, an impressive historical sweep from biblical times to the decades following the 1948 founding of the state of israel.
In 1954, the 15-year-old amos klausner moved from his family home in haifa to a kibbutz called hulda there he changed his last name to oz, the hebrew word for “strength” or “might” as. Amos oz’s tragic short story, “the way of the wind,” is a poignant exploration of a father-son relationship, with shimshon sheinbaum and gideon shanav as the protagonists download paper grab the best paper.
Essays and criticism on amos klausner's amos oz - oz, amos (vol 27) in the way of the wind an inhumanly ideological father abandons his son in disgust when the son fails to show the courage.
By amos oz onceived in poetic license and dedicated to the proposition that all characters are created equal, touch the water touch the wind lightly touches everything under the sun as it flows and turns from poland to israel, from heidegger to stalin, from mathematics to gossip, from espionage to metaphysics, from infernal nazism to international communism to eternal love.
Amos oz was born in jerusalem in 1939 he is the author of fourteen novels and collections of short fiction as well as numerous works of nonfiction his acclaimed memoir a tale of love and darkness was an international bestseller and recipient of the prestigious goethe prize, as well as the national jewish book award.