Old Love



This Classic Collection Explores The Varieties Of Wisdom Gained With Age And Especially Those That Teach Us How To Love, As In Love The Young Are Just Beginners And The Art Of Loving Matures With Age And Experience Tales Of Curious Marriages And Divorce Mingle With Psychic Experiences And Curses, Acts Of Bravery And Loneliness, Love And Hatred.Old Love

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Old Love book, this is one of the most wanted Isaac Bashevis Singer author readers around the world.

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  • Paperback
  • 273 pages
  • Old Love
  • Isaac Bashevis Singer
  • 25 August 2017
  • 0099286467

10 thoughts on “Old Love

  1. says:

    In Awe of WordsI.B Singer has a deceptively easy style of writing You think that it should be copiable, that you could repeat it if only you had some worthy tale to tell But no, it is so polished and solid that only a great writer could equal it Perhaps this is the best style to have no fancy curlicues, no bright, vivid colors in a splashy trashy patchwork over the pages just solid telling of tales And what tales This collection is just one of the many that Singer wrote over his lifeti In Awe of WordsI.B Singer has a deceptively easy style of writing You think that it should be copiable, that you could repeat it if only you had some worthy tale to tell But no, it is so polished and solid that only a great writer could equal it Perhaps this is the best style to have no fancy curlicues, no bright, vivid colors in a splashy trashy patchwork over the pages just solid telling of tales And what tales This collection is just one of the many that Singer wrote over his lifetime Most of them concern small details, incidents of interesting lives or even of simple, ordinary people touched by Fate or by the spirits In these 18 stories, I cannot find a single bad one Some stand out for their brilliance, for example, There Are No Coincidences a seemingly banal set of events centered aroun...

  2. says:

    This was the first work I ve read by Isaac Bashevis Singer I feel like I enjoyed this book primarily because of the setting, and the Jewish culture that guides most of the plots This is not a milieu I ve read a lot about, but I like how most of the stories proceed according to the inconsistent human interpretation of divine Law, yet come to a conclusion seemingly pre ordained by the weight of history and culture Not for the Sabbath , for example, depicts a couple of women telling a story abo This was the first work I ve read by Isaac Bashevis Singer I feel like I enjoyed this book primari...

  3. says:

    A collection of short stories from the as far as I know only Nobel prize winning author to compose in Yiddish On the whole, the collection gives one glimpses of the lost world of Eastern European Judaism not so much the religion but focusingon the culture of which the religion is a part The examination is of the lives and interactions of people with their religion and with each other Most of the stories were merely okay, hence the two star rating but of the twenty or so stories here, A collection of short stories from the as far as I know only Nobel prize winning author to compose in Yiddish On the whole, the collection gives one ...

  4. says:

    This is vintage Singer Several pieces are also in the Collected Short Stories The author opens a window on a culture and historical period most of us aren t familiar with Vivid, humorous, pessimistic, and ...

  5. says:

    Translations usually make me feel one stop removed from the actual prose, but this one has a potent impact Most of these stories were published in The New Yorker first They are mature, painful romantic vignettes The content is not a natural first choice for me the writing s so good, it do...

  6. says:

    I have just finished reading the book I enjoyed these short stories from which I was able to learn about Jewish culture, traditions, laws in stories about daily life I still wonder how he could make some apparently simple situations so interesting.

  7. says:

    This book didn t engage me as much as others by Isaac Singer, who is one of my favorite writers of fiction I found the stories to be uneven, though I thought the theme the loves of older people was a promising one.

  8. says:

    I loved this book It was unique in tone, and outside the sphere of any book I ve read thus far.

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