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The History of Love

The History of Love Read & Download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Summary The History of Love Ho sixty years ago in Poland inspired him to write a book And although he doesn't know it yet that book also survived crossing oceans and generations and changing live. I tend to be an emotional reader and my ratings reflect that I finish books filled with excitement or sadness or intense dislike and write eually passionate reviewsrants often including snazzy gifs to make my point This is why some classics get 1 star and JK Rowling gets 5 stars and even Twilight gets 2 stars I feel it s almost impossible to objectively judge uality of writing and literary value so I usually rate based on the emotional effect the book had on me That being said I occasionally think there are some books that are just built on a clever concept and become better the you sit and think about what you ve just readIn my opinion The History of Love is one of those booksFor one thing this novel is something of a work of art The graphic design even of the dedications page feels important to the novel without seeming overly gimmicky I ve actually always loved the concept of a book within a book when a book which forms part of the plot also ties in with the physical book in your hands or ebook perhaps In this case the story features a book entitled you guessed it The History of Love which carries an obituary at the end identical to the one at the end of this book The real message behind the story is that by writing about things and stories people who are dead and experiences that are long past are given the opportunity to live on through words The fictional The History of Love in the story stays alive across time and continents because people read it and keep the memories alive The implication with the ending of this book is that Krauss is doing the same and encouraging readers to keep Leo and his story aliveAnother thing I love is having very different stories that run parallel to one another and intersect in ways you wouldn t imagine I like the exploration of how small subtle things can shape people s lives and how one unsuccessful author can have such a huge effect on the life of someone they never met I guess in some ways it did make me feel uite emotional but it took some thinking about firstI found Leo Gursky to be exactly the kind of character who evokes sympathy from me but especially within this kind of context We are introduced to him as an aging and extremely lonely man who is preoccupied with his own mortality and impending death Once upon a time Leo lived in Poland fell in love with a woman called Alma and wrote her a book he called The History of Love which he believes was lost in a flood But with fascism on the rise in Germany however Alma s father sends her to the United States where she builds a new life that Leo isn t a part ofWhen Leo finally makes it to the USA he has no place in Alma s life and must forge a new lonely existence in a strange country Meanwhile another story is taking place somewhere completely different A teenage girl called Alma was named after the character in The History of Love her parents favourite book that was in fact published and she is currently trying to deal with the death of her father In yet another parallel story Zvi Litvinoff is the man who stole and published Leo s manuscript and now feels a terrible guilt for doing so All these lives move alongside one another rarely actually touching but making waves for the others all the sameFor me the real message here is about the power of words and stories How they can shape lives and have long term effects that most of us don t recognise as they re affecting us It s about the power that lies in being able to tell your story and having it be heard It took me a while to compile my thoughts but I highly recommend this book for those looking for a thought provoking little readBlog Leafmarks Facebook Twitter Instagram Tumblr Gind to write a book And although he doesn't know it yet Mirror City that book also survived crossing oceans and generations and changing live. 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The History of Love Read & Download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Summary The History of Love E sets out in search of its author Across New York an old man called Leo Gursky is trying to survive a little bit longer He spends his days dreaming of the lost love w. Original Comments Pre ReviewI would like to review this novel formally in the near future but to do so I ll have to flick through it and refresh my memoryMy reaction at the time was that it was one of the best novels I had ever readNicole Krauss understands people and love and feelings and she writes about them in a word perfect wayAs a reader I am prepared to go wherever she wants to take me I will trust her judgementI have recently watched a few of her videos and interviews on Youtube and she s also someone who I enjoy listening to when she speaks about her craft and her choice of subject matterThis probably sounds very gushy and naive but I promise to write something consideredReview September 26 2011Warning about SpoilersI have tried to minimise and identify plot spoilersHowever this is an emotional response to the novel and might reveal significance that you might want to enjoy by way of your own detectionI hope that my review doesn t spoil anything for you or if it does that you uickly forget itLives Lived and Measured by the Deli CounterNicole Krauss The History of Love is one of my favourite novels of all timeI read it once pre Good Reads and have just re read it so that I could review it And I will read it again OftenThat doesn t count the numerous times I have fingered through the book seeking out passages and expressions and meanings and significances that stimulated or appealed to meIt s an exuisitely crafted tale of love loss longing hope defiance resilience and it has to be said delusionI love its Jewish wisdom and concern with the family I love its Yiddish rhythms and expressions and humour and playfulness I love the window it offers into the millennia of Jewish culture and enrichment of the worldWhen I open the pages of this book I feel like I am walking into the best delicatessen or pastry shop in the worldEverything is there on display everything is on offer we can eat in or take awayIt s all been made with consummate skill and affection it s designed to satiate our appetite to enrich our livesI look at it all knowing it will feed us it will sustain us it will revive our energy It s food for thought it s food for lifeI m sure it will help us live our own lives and tell our own tales it will euip each of us to tell our own History of LoveI am wearing my Second Avenue Deli t shirt as I think and type thisLegend The History of Love is written from four different perspectives each of which is represented by a different symbol at the beginning of the chapterLeo Gursky a heartAlma Singer a compassOmniscient Narrator an open bookBird Alma s brother an arkOnce Upon a TimeOnce upon a time there was a Polish boy named Leo Gursky who loved a girl across the field named Alma Mereminski Her laughter was a uestion he wanted to spend his whole life answering He asked her to marry him when they were both still only ten He promised her he would never love another girl as long as he lived What if I die She asked Even then he said He carved AL in the bark of a tree and had someone take a photo of the two of them in front of that tree He writes three books for her all in their native Yiddish the last being The History of Love Book 1 this one was about Slonim Alma says she liked it better when I made things up Book 2 he made up everything for this one Alma says maybe I shouldn t make up everything because that made it hard to believe anything Book 3 The History of Love Leo says I didn t write about real things and I didn t write about imaginary things I wrote about the only things I knew In July 1941 that boy who was now a man of 21 avoided murder by the German Einsatzgruppen because he was lying on his back in the woods thinking about the girl You could say it was his love for her that saved his life Alma s father had already saved her by sending her to AmericaUnbeknown to either of them Alma was pregnant with their son Isaac when she leftOblivious to the birth of his son Leo lives in hiding surrounded by Nazi atrocitiesLetters back and forth fail to reach their destinationHe even writes his own obituary when he is in the depths of illness and despairBy the time Leo finally escapes to New York himself five years later he has become an invisible man in the face of deathHe traces Alma only to learn that she has had their child and that believing he was dead she has married another manHe is ecstatic that our sum had come to eual a child ALIHe asks her once to come with me she can t and he does the hardest thing he s ever done in his life he picked up his hat and walked awayHe has little involvement with Alma or Isaac after that except as an occasional remote observerAnd yet He continues to love Alma though he now has another uest to determine whether Isaac who becomes a famous writer in his own right ever knew about his father and that he wrote The History of Love Once Upon Another TimelineOnce upon another time it is the year 2000 when Leo is 80 and believes he is approaching death a precocious 15 year old girl goes by the name Alma SingerHer mother Charlotte a literary translator who specialises in Spanish literature named her after every girl in a book Alma s father David gave her mother called The History of Love It is written in Spanish and the author is Zvi Litvinoff a friend of Leo s who after Leo left Poland escaped to Chile carrying with him the original Yiddish manuscript of The History of Love for safekeepingAlma s father died when she was sevenLike Leo Charlotte has continued to love him my mother never fell out of love with my father and has never felt the need or desire to love another manWhen Charlotte disposes of some of his possessions Alma rescues an old sweater and decides to wear it for the rest of her lifeShe manages to wear it for 42 days straightAlma is on her own uest to know her own father better to help her younger brother Bird to know him too to find a lover for her mother and to learn about her namesake in The History of Love In the midst of this assortment of delicacies Charlotte receives a letter asking her to translate The History of Love from Spanish to EnglishFamily PlotI have included the above plot details despite my normal reluctance to summarise plots in reviewsPlease don t construe any of the details as spoilers Most of them are revealed in the first forty pages only not necessarily in that orderAnd I have left out a lot of the back story so that I could set up this context that family is fundamental to the plot to The History of Love not to mention history itselfThe Paleontological DetectiveEvery crime needs its own detective and every detective needs their own methodology even a child detectiveNicole Krauss twice mentions the task of paleontologists Bird asked what a paleontologist was and Mom said that if he took a complete illustrated guide to the Metropolitan Museum of Art shred it into a hundred pieces cast them into the wind from the museum s steps let a few weeks pass went back and scoured Fifth Avenue and Central Park for as many surviving scraps as he could find then tried to reconstruct the history of painting including schools styles genres and names of painters from his scraps that would be like a paleontologist The only difference is that paleontologists study fossils in order to figure out the origin and evolution of life Every fourteen year old should know something about where she comes from my mother said It wouldn t do to go around without the faintest clue of how it all began Here the historical uest the puzzle depends on your perspective And there are two the young and the old the present and the past joining together to construct the futureFor Alma the young the puzzle is what happened before The History of Love found its way into her familyFor Leo the old it is what happened after he wrote The History of Love Both have to sit down sometimes patiently sometimes impatiently and work their own methodical way towards a solution of their own puzzleIn a way their problem is the same the problem of familyLeo loses a prospective wife and a son Charlotte loses a husband Alma loses a fatherThey have all lost the story of their family of their loveHere the novel is symbolic of the fate of the Jewish Family in the face of the Holocaust and the Jewish DiasporaThe Jewish Family has been dispersed all over the world family members have been separated the spine of their love and connections and cultures and books and stories has been severedTheir book has been shred into a hundred pieces and cast into the windSomebody has to scour the world to find the surviving scraps piece it all together again and reconstruct their history and their cultureAnd it will take a paleontologist Or twoYou Can Only Lose What You Once HadLeo once had Alma He had a lover whom he loved and who loved himHe lost her but he kept his love alive just as he hoped that the object of his love was still alive she actually lived until 1995The novel is almost mythical or mythological in the way it tells this taleCharlotte tells young Alma The first woman may have been Eve but the first girl will always be Alma So Leo and Alma are almost posited against Adam and Eve as the first boy and girl the first to have mortal parents the first children who ever fell in love with each other the first to create a new familyWithout the object of his love he wrote about itHe kept his love alive his love kept him aliveAs he wrote in his own obituary He was a great writer He fell in love It was his life And yet His life stalled when he lost the object of his loveHe ceased to live for any purpose other than the preservation of his loveHis love became a fabrication that substituted for and subsumed his lifeHe appears to be in two minds about thisOn the one hand what to life is there but love I thought we were fighting for something than her love he saidWhat is than her love I asked On the other hand he recognised that he needed his invention in order to survive that reality would have killed him What do I want to tell you The truth What is the truth That I mistook your mother for my life No Isaac I said The truth is the thing I invented so I could live And again his confrontation of the truth The truth is that she told me that she couldn t love me When she said goodbye she was saying goodbye forever And yet I made myself forget I don t know why I keep asking myself But I did And And now at the end of my life I can barely tell the difference between what is real and what I believe Perhaps the truth is whatever works for you My Friend Bruno Leo constantly refers to his friend BrunoI have only one head but I am in two minds as to whether he is real or make believeHe might be a self generated survival toolHe is modelled on Bruno Schulz the Polish author of The Street of Crocodiles which is referred to a number of times in the novelHe died in 1942 and Leo even mentions that he died in 1941 in the novelHe attempts suicide in the novel unsuccessfully so there might be a sense in which he is a darker twin of Leo who nevertheless manages to prolong his life in the same way Zvi Litvinoff manages to prolong his life by confiscating and caring for Leo s obituary when he seemed like he was about to dieHis role diminishes as Leo embraces reality over the course of the novel And Yet And yet And yet These two words are so important to the novelThey express Leo s defiance his determination not to accept the hand dealt to him his determination to avoid and evade the evil and the crime and the misfortune around himIt is his imagination his ability to believe in something else that allows him to achieve this I remember the time I first realised I could make myself see something that wasn t thereAnd then I turned the corner and saw it A huge elephant standing alone in the suare I knew I was imagining it And yet I wanted to believeSo I triedAnd I found I could He has to imagine a better world than the one he has inherited or the one that his world has becomeIt was his love that enabled him to stop thinking and worrying about death to stop worrying about the inevitability of his fateTo this extent love is what keeps us alive it is our heartbeat it is the reason our heart beats even if occasionally it causes our heart to skip a beatLove is the defiance of deathIt s not just something we do while waiting to die it s something that keeps us aliveIt keeps individuals alive it keeps families alive it keeps cultures alive and it keeps communities alivePutting Your Legacy into WordsThe great tragedy within Leo s life after Alma is that he believes his greatest creation The History of Love has been lostIn fact it has been misappropriated albeit without ill willAgain I don t mean this to be a spoiler We the readers already know that it must exist in some form if Alma s family can read it and Charlotte can be asked to translate it from Spanish to EnglishObviously part of the resolution of the puzzle for Leo must be the recovery of his legacyIt is one of the things that will bond him with the family he had but wasn t really able to haveThe other thing we find out at the beginning of the novel is that Leo has had a heart attack that has killed one uarter of his heartThis reinvigorates his fear of death and the concern that he might die an invisible man survived only by an apartment full of shit And yet it also reinvigorates his creativity which had stalled as wellWithin months he starts to write again 57 years after he had previously stopped possibly when he had finished The History of Love and had become an invisible man during the WarWhat he writes ends up being 301 pages long it s not nothing It s his memoir starting off once upon a time in the manner of a fable or a fairy tale which he almost calls Laughing and Crying and Writing and Waiting but ends up naming Words for Everything It s a polite but defiant retort to Alma s childhood challenge When will you learn that there isn t a word for everything Maybe there isn t a word for everything but as The History of Love itself illustrates in the hands of the right person it is possible to say everything in wordsLeo sends the novel off to the address he finds for Isaac in the hope that he will read it only to read soon after that his only child has died view spoilerAnd yetwhat Leo accomplishes over the course of the novel is the knowledge that his son had learned the truth of their family by reading Words for Everything and that the true authorship of The History of Love had finally become knownHis legacy has become concrete and he can die content hide spoiler

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The History of Love Read & Download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Summary The History of Love Fourteen year old Alma Singer is trying to find a cure for her mother's loneliness Believing she might discover it in an old book her mother is lovingly translating sh. The great tragedy of life is this then our friends are not allowed to finish their stories My second reading of this book bore out my feeling the first time I read it The first two hundred pages are a stunningly beautiful and moving account of love and loss and the stories hidden within stories and then of a sudden it s as if Krauss handed the novel over to her distinctly less talented husband to finish off the book She ruins it with the fourth of her narrators the entirely preposterous whimsy of Bird who is a kind of identikit of Foer s eually irritating cutesy cutesy little boy narrator in Extremely Loud Bird is a mistake and the attempt to add still madcap tomfoolery and another search for a missing person a person who doesn t exist is just daft Bird as a character is a joke that simply isn t funny And to make another mystery of a mystery to create another story with the honeycomb of stories backfires horribly so late in the novel I don t think I ve ever read a novel that punctures so catastrophically towards the end and has left me feeling so angry and cheated I d forgotten how beautiful most of this novel is How poignantly and succinctly Krauss conveys the childhood love of two Jewish children before the Nazis arrive How magically she recreates Leo s memory And how alive and full of the heart is the old man recollecting himself as a boy in the narrative Leo is a brilliant and heartwarming depiction of old age just as Alma is a fabulous evocation of adolescence Krauss writes brilliantly about love in all of its forms She s got a marvellous eye for epiphanies and evokes them with searing poetic simplicity And the multi layered form of the novel where three narrators are each telling missing parts of each other s stories is brilliantly achieved It also works great as a literary detective story Almost you have to keep a list of the clues as you re reading So absolutely brilliant until Krauss ultimate recourse to whimsy as if she and her husband were sharing some private joke and which comes very close to spoiling the poignant moving emotional fabric of this novel

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    EBOOK / KINDLE (The History of Love) BY Nicole Krauss Leo is the obvious charmer of this novel an elderly man who escapes the Nazis as a boy and eventually follows the love of his life to America where he discovers she has married someone else Leo holds the torch f

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