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Uick Review Glad to finally have n English translation vailable This novel provides fascinating look t summer season in 1951 Egypt the cosmopolitan Almost A Gentleman atmosphere is fraught with ethnic religiousnd class tensions on the eve of King Farouk s overthrow Treated with unsentimental language readers re presented with nostalgia nd its unmitigated irony thus preventing nosedive into clich s etc Yet readers do come way with probing insights into the characters their psychological motivations nd inner lives 25 stars I won this book s Goodreads Giveaway In the English translation of Alexandrian Summer Goren is enchanting nd wistful powerful combination This story is beautiful nd the words re too a powerful combination This story is beautiful nd the words re too strong feelings nd imagery Very well written nd translated Spoilers In reading the first few chapters I thought I wasn t going to love the book too much fter ll I thought the boys explorations into homosexual sex was pretty unrealistic Would boys do that Yes I guess could believe that lthough wkward fumblings with hands nd mouth would be believable Did they not feel pain But would ll 5 boys And no one had ny reservations Bound (Torn Trilogy, atll I don t know Maybe Victor had charisma nd bility to influence people than nybody realised As I read on I was ble to put that side because the other characters started to come live The character who really touched me was JosephYusef His was Loyalty and Lies a tragic story The other charactersre ll beautiful in their own ways Emile was kind grandma was compassionate nd wise than her words sometimes suggest Fortunes Flames and David was I feel sorry for him I think David got the looks but Victor got the intelligence Victor despite his uglinessnd relative youth seems to me to be the self ccepting nd fearless of the two He was pretty wretched most of the story but I suspect he had to be this way to survive David wouldn t survive in his brother s skin Interesting time nd place Alexandria Egypt of the early 1950sKind of the lull before the very big storm The many varied residents of the City ctually got long in sort of way but the class Arabs were waiting to explode In the early 1950 s Alexandria was multicultural city with thriving Jewish community This story is look into life in that community through two families Their life of horse racing night clubs restaurants is facing rising Egyptian nationalism nd the uestion of whether to emigrate to Israel In few years the military coup would install Gamal Nasser I used to be Robert too Twenty year. Alexandrian Summer is the story of two Jewish families living their frenzied last days in the doomed cosmopolitan social whirl of Alexandria just before fleeing Egypt for Israel in 1951 The conventions of the Egyptian upper middle class re laid bare in this dazzling novel which exposes startling sexual hypocrisies Claiming Her and portrays now vanished polyglot world of horse racing seaside promenades nd elegant night clubs Hamdi Ali senior is n old time patriarch with than dash of strong Turkish blood His. S go I m coming from twenty years way I won t interrupt I just want to watch I won t interfere God forbid I just want to tell the story of one summer Mediterranean summer n Alexandrian summerSo Alexandrian Summer starts nd finishes with the writer returning to see his own ten year old self Robby on the balcony of the old partment taking down car licence numberplates And t the end of the story rain begins to fall on Robby Murder Go Round and he leaves his notebook discarded on the balconyThe summer was washed off the streets Winter came to AlexandriaIn between is story How Foreign Policy Decisions Are Made In The Third World: A Comparative Analysis as flexibles Alcohol Fuels: Policies, Production, And Potential a silken rope moving with the slightly drugged hedonistic ease of summer days in cosmopolitan Alexandriat the height of the season But we re on The Cusp Of The Officer S Revolution cusp of the Officer s Revolution ended the leisured settled life of the Jews of Alexandria Funny sophisticated nd knowing s it is the book is full of the sad consciousness of Cambridge Modern History volumes 1-5 a dying way of lifend The Heart Of The Hawk (Book 1) a future far from AlexandriaThe Hamdi Alis Josephnd Emilie Spices, Saints, and Saracens: The Egyptian Wanderings of a Dominican Friar, 1483 and their two sons Davidnd Victor come from Cairo to spend the summer in Alexandria with Robby his parents nd his sister Anabella Robby is soon enticed by Victor into sexual games while David pursues the unresponsive Anabella hardly ble to comprehend that she isn t interested in such Empire of the Waves: Voyage of the Moon Child an Adoniss he knows himself to be In Anabella Goren beautifully captures the ecstatic irresponsibility of being young The Object of Performance: The American Avant-Garde since 1970 and uncommitted But under itspparently meandering surface the story is building towards Of Mice and Men a confrontation it s the racing seasonnd David prize winning jockey is up gainst the local hero Al Tal ooni he David the Jew gainst the dark desert man Handsome nd sought fter s he is David lready carries the seeds of failure within him it s no stretch of the imagination to imagine him in ten years or so the fair hair thinning the waist spreading the unrealistic dreams evaporated This is s good I Was Anastasia as it will get the heights of the summer seasonnd the brief heroism of the racetrack And weighed Choice of the Cat against this insubstantial young man is the tragic figure of his father Joseph who gave up his Muslim faithnd family for love of Three Cups of Deceit a Jewish womannd is now realising the price he paid For Him The Uestion Of Whether the uestion of whether will win or lose Sparrow Road against Al Tal ooni becomesn existential one that goes to his essence his fleshbeyond winning or losing A Banner With a Strange Device: A Novel of Boston a racet the to his essence his fleshbeyond winning or losing race t the Sporting ClubMeanwhile the sheltered powerless women play endless card games gossiping nd matchmaking in lazy mix of French Ladino Arabic Turkish Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World and Handsome elder son promising horse jockey can't The Point of It All: A Lifetime of Great Loves and Endeavors afford sexual frustrations it leads him to overeat Yoga: The Art of Adjusting and imperil his career but the woman he lustsfter won't let him get beyond undoing few buttons Victor the younger son takes his pleasure with other boys But the true heroine of the story richly evoked in pungent upstairsdownstairs mix is the raucous seductive city of Alexandria itself Published in Hebrew in 1978 Alexandrian Summer ppears now in translation for the first timeYitzhak Gormezano Nglish the Arab servants play pragmatic game of give nd take with their Jewish employers nd the Copts Jews Muslims Catholics nd Greek Orthodox s Andre Aciman says in his introduction jostled each other without scruplethe Tussling Was Amicable Enough And Never Deadly was micable enough nd never deadly no one was fooled for longDifferent Locked and Loaded (U.S. Marshals, as it is in stylend scope there Past Destinies are echoes of the doomed glamour of Death in Venice I was reminded too of Naguib Mahfouz s Cairo trilogynd of Orhan Pahmuk s The Museum of Innocence both of which present Travels: Collected Writings, 1950-1993 a similarly richnd loving picture of the writer s home city If Wishes Were Horses and its cultural lifend of the intimacies bonds nd unspoken laws of family nestled within itAlexandrian Summer was first published in Hebrew in 1978 It s classic of diaspora literature New Vessel Press has done us great favour in bringing out this English version From the introduction The peaceful co existence of so many creeds nd nationalities may have been sking too much of mankind nd in the end was too good to be true It never lasts it never did This uthor deftly handles extremely serious social issues through this story primarily bout horse racing nd the jockeys involved There isn t wasted word here in this very dense story nd I loved the final sentence nd I m not giving Rainbow Brite: Starlite Saves the Day anythingway by uoting it here Winter came to Alexandria Simple A Social History of Modern Art, Volume 2: Art in an Age of Bonapartism, 1800-1815 and with multiple meanings that s the way to end novel Every detail Yitzhak described in the story brings me back to the Alexandria I know from 2017 even though the book was published in 1978 based in the 1950s Back then Alexandria was diversed with religions languages nd race It gave me context of the history of Alex It was vibrant with international citizens compared to the Alex I stayed for nearly month in 2017 When I first visited Alexandria in 2017 I was mazed by the Mediterranean like city in n Arabian country definately not in my conceptions of Egypt would look like I was so mazed by the old European like buildings that exists in such beautiful coast lines of Alex I fell in love with the people The Unspeakable Mind and the city rightway It is my home faraway from home A city like Alex definately has its stories The writer did fantastic job bringing the old city live to its younger peak era The story was told in Time and Philosophy: A History of Continental Thought a interesting manner I learnt lot Murder at Beechwood about the Alexandrians back then Some contextslso reminded me of the dear Alexandrians I know now It was pleasure reading this book I m there mong them growing into the woman I was meant to be free spirited worldl. Oren was born in Alexandria Egypt in 1941 nd immigrated to Israel s child A playwright Ask an Astronaut: My Guide to Life in Space and novelist Goren studied Englishnd French literature Revelations from Revelation (Mass Market) at the Hebrew University of Jerusalemnd Tel Aviv University In 1982 he cofounded the Bimat Kedem Theater“Helps show why postwar Alexandria inspires nostalgia Jane and the Stillroom Maid (Jane Austen Mysteries, andvidity in seemingly everyone who knew it The result is what summer reading should be fast carefree visceral nd incipiently lubricious” The New Yorker“Luminous One of the great triumphs. ,

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