by Amos Oz
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Fima 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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Efraim Fima is a fatally flawed anti-hero, alternately a schlemiel and a schlimazel; which is not to say that he and his compatriots in the Amos Oz novel "Fima," written in 1991, have nothing or very little or little to offer us. The conception of the main character and his situations are challenging. The human interest -- human interaction story is sometimes intense and brilliantly done and sometimes not. The writing is inconsistent, sometimes brilliant and sometimes not. The look at life in the late 1980's that Fima affords held my interest throughout. Amos Oz is to be read. The inconsistencies are the problems but this book is definitely worth reading.