Open Heart

Open Heart In this Washington Post Book World an ambitious young doctor accompanies his superior to India where he discovers an illicit passion that threatens to destroy his orderly world

  • Title: Open Heart
  • Author: A.B. Yehoshua Dalya Bilu
  • ISBN: 9780156004848
  • Page: 271
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this Washington Post Book World , an ambitious young doctor accompanies his superior to India, where he discovers an illicit passion that threatens to destroy his orderly world.

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    • A.B. Yehoshua Dalya Bilu

      Abraham B Yehoshua is one of Israel s preeminent writers His novels include A Journey to the End of the Millenium, The Liberated Bride, and A Woman in Jerusalem, which was awarded the Los Angeles Times Book Prize in 2007 He lives in Haifa.

    507 thoughts on “Open Heart

    • הספר הזה כל כך מעצבן ומאוס שהקריאה בו נמשכה ונמשכה ובחירוף נפש כמעט סיימתי אותו.הסיפור בקליפת אגוז פשוט מאוד:(view spoiler)[בנג'י רובין הוא רופא מתמחה בכירורגיה באחד מבתי החולים בתל אביב. כחודש לפני סיום ההתמחות, מסתבר שהוא לא יקלט במחלקה ובמקום לחפש לו בית חולים אחר, הוא מצטרף למנה [...]

    • E' il primo libro di Yehoshua che leggo e credo non sarà l'ultimo. L'avevo iniziato spinta dal mio amore per l'India ma dell'India c'è ben poco.Il romanzo è incentrato sulle meccaniche di una passione impossibile tra un giovane medico e una donna di vent'anni più vecchia di lui, moglie del direttore dell'ospedale dove questi lavora, passione così scandagliata dal punto di vista psicologico da risultare artificiosa, posticcia, celebrale più che carnale. Il protagonista mi è rimasto antipat [...]

    • This book stacks up about evenly with The Lover, not a magnificently brilliant work, but a solid (if overly long and a bit repetitive) novel about the unknowable nature of attraction and love. What gets me about this book however is believability. I understand (I believe so anyway) the messages about the impossibilities of the soul and love as divided by Israel and India that Yehoshua is trying to convey, but unfortunately he succeeds too well in making his main characters unsympathetic. Benjami [...]

    • Qualcuno prima o poi farà capire a Yehoshua che in un libro contano più i contenuti che il numero di pagine.Detto questo: romanzo lunghissimo e ripetitivo nelle situazioni, ma con qualche spunto buono e — mi spiace quasi ammetterlo — una scorrevolezza non comune che fa venire comunque voglia di andare avanti nella lettura. La tematica è una sola: il rapporto adultero fra il protagonista, poco meno che trentenne, e una donna di molto più grande, già sposata e ben poco avvenente. Yehoshua [...]

    • Avete mai avuto la sensazione che un viaggio avrebbe cambiato la vostra vita e che al ritorno non foste più gli stessi di quando siete partiti? E' proprio quello che succede a Benji Rubin, uno studente specializzando in medicina che, volente o nolente, deve partire per l'India per curare la figlia malata di epatite del direttore amministrativo dell'ospedale. Questo viaggio in una terra con usi e costumi diversi, dove si vive il presente senza ansie e dove tutto scorre nella quiete e nella pace [...]

    • I am irritated by how absorbing this book was, and I have surprised myself, ultimately, by liking it. The narrator lacks morality in a profound way, acting to satisfy his own desires and thereby endangering the happiness of those close to him (fuller, more remarkable characters). Of course, people do that all the time; but this man -- someone so attractive on the surface -- doesn't even register the risk he puts to those others in his life.Ultimately, I am glad I read this book, although I am re [...]

    • I didn't like the book at all, stopped reading halfway. It contained too much trivial details and inner conversations which did not captivate me.

    • Se ho avuto una impressione chiara della produzione di yehoshua negli anni Novanta, questo tomo di dimensioni ragguardevoli è un altro tassello dell'indagine del grande scrittore israeliano sulla gestione dei sentimenti, ed in particolare dell'amore equivoco, problematico e non in linea con un'etica rassicurante.Il protagonista è Benjamin Rubin, un giovanissimo medico alle prese come tanti con il precariato connaturato alle strutture sanitarie (evidentemente tutto il mondo è paese), e nel ten [...]

    • Lungo, ma si fa leggere senza stancare. Troppo. Anche se è un romanzo che ho trovato in minore.Dopo la metà il correttore di bozze era un po' annoiato, o aveva una questione in sospeso con Abraham, così ha cominciato ad infilare errori di stOmpa, che persino io, che leggo prevalentemente di notte e senza occhiali (anche se ne avrei bisogno), riuscivo a vedere e a sentire, come le unghie sulla lavagna della mia infanzia.

    • I loved The Extra and A Late Divorce by A.B. Yehoshua. I found this one hard to get into and hard to stay interested in and yet I was compelled to keep reading. The main character, a young doctor, finds himself in love with an older married woman, and in his desire for her, puts everyone else at risk. The sense that came through strongest for me is that he lacked a sense of true morality from the start. For a great introduction to this acclaimed Israeli novelist, go with The Extra.

    • Migliore, a mio avviso, sebbene meno originale nella struttura rispetto a L’amante, questo romanzo di Yehoshua. In pratica, si tratta di un lunghissimo monologo in cui Benji Rubin, aspirante medico chirurgo, ci racconta tutto di sé. Per certi versi, la situazione proposta è analoga. Anche qui abbiamo un matrimonio, un ‘innamoramento’ e un amante (o un tradimento, come preferite). E l’innamoramento, in entrambi i casi, non ha come oggetto tanto una persona, sebbene in apparenza sembri, [...]

    • I've often noticed that after an author publishes a number of books and receives high levels of acclaim, their writing will sometimes get much worse. It's almost as if they become overly confident and stop listening to editors and other people they trust. In my opinion, Open Heart suffers greatly from this problem. Although it's the first novel of Yehoshua's that I've read, judging by reviews, his earlier work is much stronger. This is the story of a young doctor who goes to India with a hospita [...]

    • I was really torn on this one, and suspect that many of my reservations stem from it being a translated work. I really thought the concept was intriguing and the scene descriptions are very vivid and romantic. So, a pleasure to read in that sense. But I felt that the character development was lacking and I had not real reason to believe some of the relationships that developed or the obsessive feelings that some characters had. Something just didn't add up. But, overall still a good work, maybe [...]

    • I read this book for its descriptions of India, but these occurred very early in the book and were not nearly as detailed as I'd hoped. The rest of the book left me cold. For a doctor, Benjy certainly didn't have much insight into himself.

    • I was hooked at first by the characters and the dark ruminative quality of the book, but by the end I was weary of it. The plot didn't end so much as dissipate, and I wondered why I had hung in there until the end.

    • Confession: chose to stop reading it. Always hoping for another "Journey to the End of the Millennium," a five-star novel.

    • Great book for anyone coming into their own or at a cross-road in their life. It can be a bit depressing at times, but it's real

    • I tried and tried as the plotline itself is fascinating, but I couldn't make myself care about such a cynical and dry narrator.

    • Worst book of our Book Club days in Hong Kong! It's still talked and laughed about. Purchased it at Rizolli's in NYC. No one liked it!

    • Tedious writing, unrewarding reading. Other than psychologically credible characters, there is nothing this book had to offer.

    • I did not finish the book.The first part was amazing, mysterious.Part two was relatively dull and not engaging.I could not start the third part

    • дуже товста, серйозна, але не надто цікава штука.про космополітизм, переживання, брєнность битія, смерть і любов.про страшні таргани, які є всередині кожного з нас.

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