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Book Club 2021 - Shared screen with speaker view
Sharon Packer
31:48
Maybe you can share some of your recipes as an extra. Music is always wonderful, too.
Joani Katz
40:16
I am a licensed social worker and feel the same as the 3-4 first speakers . caution is necessary....
Helen Schulman
41:48
Let’s be careful and avoid the Cancel Culture.
laurieweinberg
42:02
I am a clinical psychologist I do court ordered custody evaluations, very important to here all sides, in this situation, impossible to judge but every side experiences what they experience- laurie Weinberg
Heather Silverman
42:53
Often a family’s unhappiness and dysfunction is displaced onto one of the children. Galia in this case, perhaps
Sarah and Bruce
42:57
As a retired clinical psychologist with a forensic backgrouns,
Sarah and Bruce
43:13
I agree with Laurie
rheadorn
01:01:36
The book detaches from time as well as any tie to historical events.
Helen Schulman
01:05:42
I agree with Nurit. It took until the middle book to start to put the pieces together
Diane Tickton Schuster
01:06:09
Rereading the book made it much easier to see the structure.
rheadorn
01:09:47
What about the narrator?
Sarah Schachter
01:11:52
very helpful
rheadorn
01:14:00
Abimelech?
Mona Fishbane
01:16:04
I thought the suicide was the carpenter; I don’t recall that the guy who brought up the dead committed suicide.
Diane Tickton Schuster
01:17:10
Oz mentions his daughter Galia in the Magnificat chapter.
Mona Fishbane
01:48:03
Wonderful and helpful discussion!
Heather Silverman
01:48:42
The importance of punctuation is emphasized in this book. No punch. is done for a reason, but it impedes comprehension!!
Barbara Taragan
01:50:39
Thank you, Rachel, for a great first session of our book club. Unfortunately I have another zoom meeting.
edna janco
01:51:47
and i would think that the cat is a witness to her surrounding, concentrating to the stream of life in Bat Yam. from Edna
Cristyne
01:54:47
I fine the most intriguing part of the introduction of the cat to be the last sentence…”It will not let go.” What, as we go through the characters in the story…all potential “cats” are each of the characters pursuing or unable to let go of. And what is this “it will not let go” costing each of them in their lives.
Sharon Packer
01:55:09
Unfortunately I need to leave now. Thank you so much for helping me to get a better handle on the book and understand appreciate it much, much more!!! I loved seeing the connections to Tale of Love and Darkness.
Diane Tickton Schuster
01:56:10
Thanks, Cristine. That’s useful.
Arlene Chernow
02:00:47
Thank -you for your comments, I need to leave
Naomi Charnov
02:08:30
Robert Frost-The road not taken
Diane Tickton Schuster
02:08:37
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