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Black Box All Rights Reserved Development Tabuzzco Design danielvenir Traduction קופסה franais | Dictionnaire hbreu franais traduction קופסה dans le dictionnaire Hebreu Francais de Reverso voir aussi 'קופסה שחורה koufsa chekhora'לחשוב מחוץ לקופסה lakhchov mikhouts lekoufsa'קופסת סיגריות koufsatt sigariyott'קופסה שחורה koufsa chekhora' conjugaison expressions idiomatiues ‫בדיקות קופסא שחורה‬‎ YouTube בדיקות תוכנה A קורס שלם ומקיף בעברית על בדיקות תוכנה בדיקות קופסא שחורה לצפיה בסרט המלא נא להירשם באתר מי המציא את הקופסה השחורה למטוסים? אנציקלופדיית מכאן הפך פיתוח ההמצאה למהיר ובמהלכו הוענק לה גם השם קופסה שחורה נעשתה שם עבודה מדהימה ביצירת מכשיר שלא ייהרס בחבטה קשה של התרסקות באש ובמים עם השנים נוספה לקופסה גם קופסה שחורה לוח הצגות הארץ ההצגה 'קופסה שחורה' המבוססת על רומן מכתבים מאת עמוס עוז מגוללת את סיפורה של אילנה לה שתי אהבות היא עדיין אוהבת את אלכס בעלה הראשון קשוח שוביניסט וציני אבל מסעיר ההצגה קופסה שחורה בבית ליסין כרטיסים מוזלים ב קופסה שחורה – אודות הספר קופסה שחורה של עמוס עוז נחשב לאחד הספרים הידועים ביותר של הסופר המוערך הספר יצא בשנת בהוצאת עם עובד וזכה מהר מאוד להצלחה כבירה בישראל ואף בעולם כשהוא מתורגם קופסה שחורה – ויקיפדיה קופסה שחורה באמצעי תחבורה היא בדרך כלל תיאור של אוסף רכיבים אשר מקובצים בתוך יחידה אחת שמטרתם היא לרשום ולתעד באמצעים מכניים אנלוגיים או דיגיטליים נתונים שונים אפשטיין | שחזור תאונות דרכים | EDR Israel | תל אביב יפו קופסה שחורה אצלך ברכב? בארצות הברית הבינו כבר לפני שנים שהרכב המודרני לא משאיר סימני בלימה בגלל מערכות בלימה מתקדמותוקשה עד בלתי אפשרי לקבוע את מהירות כלי הרכב תרם תאונת דרכים קופסה שחורה הארץ תרבות טלוויזיה קופסה שחורה וידויה של מכורה גאה פעם חשבתי שאין מה לראות בטלוויזיה היום אני יודעת שטעיתי תמיד יש מה לראות המון מה לראות הכל למעשה ליאת אלקיים תגובות מה עושים היום היום מחר ד' קופסה שחורה TheMarker Cafe קופסה בצבע שחור עטופה בסרט אדום ישבה וחיכתה לה היא הרימה אותה הפכה אותה מכל הכיוונים אין פתק היא נכנסה הביתה זרקה את המפתחות והתיק על הדלפק והתיישבה בכורסה הלבנה שלה זאת שהיא הכי אוהבת להירדם בה


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  1. says:

    Like much of Amos Oz's work Black Box is not about the story Indeed the book is built around the premise that unresolved childhood trauma brings disaster to all the people around when the child grows up but in truth the book is all about people dysfunctional people who hit scream beg and blackmail get divorced or separated and still try to reunite with each other As sides the epistolary style of the book engages the reader in mind games will I turn the pages and see who wrote this? will I recognize it from the writing style? while the political and historical setting draw in I absolutely loved this book


  2. says:

    God CAN this man write or what? Think about it here you’ve got a novel about a divorced couple and their arguments a husband and white trying to decide on the fate of their child while working on making their lives miserable all written in a form of letters A novel composed of letters I dare say I didn't believe it could work in this century Certainly not for this theme Certainly not as a way of telling a story For there is a story with a beginning middle and an end It is not just monologue or dialogue even if characters travel back and forth in past If you like unreliable narrators this is a novel of you Here you have a number of unreliable narrators This novel doesn’t have that wonderful ambiguity Henry James was famous for nor the complexity of Kazuo Ishiguro but it comes pretty close Back to the novelMaking an epistolary novel about a broken modern family work is uite an accomplishment Turing it into a story with a plot not a terribly unexpected one but still a plot now that's just insane yet he pulled it off It is not my favourite book of his but it is fascinating and exceptionally well written I would call it a psychological novel and say its chief literary merit lies on the success of the characterization which is nothing short of brilliant I would also say that it reads uite well as a story Perhaps I would even go so far as state it can also be read a love story A surprisingly tender oneHere we have a divorced couple two exes that exchange long letters full of hate and resentment The woman has a new husband and another child by him but now she is writing to her first husband concerning the problems she has with her first child their child Her new husband also writes some letters to her old one Is she happy in her new life? Is he? After a lot of twists and turns you’ll see that nothing is as it seems Who is the victim? In love it is hard to tell Perhaps they are all victims of love Of themselves Of each other We all tend to put guilt on others each of us has its own version of truth Is truth ever universal? Or is there than one truth? There certainly is than one reading of this novel The setting is well developed and so are the characters The story felt realistic enough but still I had this feeling that the real emphasis is and should be on charactersA very good novel There is a great deal of detail in the way the characters are portrayed and it really translates well into the narrative The story itself was easy to follow and at times even entertaining There is a lot of bitterness in this novel and just a splash of insanity but it never feels overwhelming or out of place wasn't too crazy about the ending Sure it served it point and enabled something that would otherwise be unrealistic but still it left me unsatisfied Perhaps there could have been a different way to work it all out perhaps not All in all I would say this one is a success


  3. says:

    Amos Oz transports us to a land full of sorrows conseuence of a failed marriage In this place created in his brilliantly written epistolary style we face bitterness disappointments humiliations and even some cruelty engendered by words In this apparently dry landscape however the author also presents us with understanding compassion and above all some remaining love even after the painful divorce even after whatever life has brought An amazing piece of work of Amos Oz highly recommended to anyone who knows how hard relationships can be After all what matters remains in the end even if we don't know what it is or how to name it it'll stay for sure alive inside us I know this ending is kind of cliché but I couldn't write it differently


  4. says:

    Even if my rating is not very high I think it was a book worth readingWritten as an array of letters offering different perspectives on the events it slowly unfolds its layers of plot and reveals the nature of the characters


  5. says:

    I picked up this book with little enthusiasm Based on the summary I was convinced that I would not care for it The GoodReads summary was as follows “examines the lives of a contemporary Israeli couple whose marriage has ended in disaster” My initial reaction was “that sounds boring and depressing” Boy was I wrong about the boring part it is not exactly uplifting I loved this book The Black Box is an epistolary novel told through a series of letters memos notes between a formerly married couple their son the wife’s current husband her sister and the ex husband’s lawyer Oz takes us the reader on a journey of a marital breakdown that has so many twists and turns that you never uite know where you are going to end up Each new letter adds to the jigsaw puzzle and contributes to an almost complete picture of how each character ends up in their current situation Your heart breaks for these flawed and emotionally damaged people This book is about so much than the disintegration of a relationship It is in many ways a book about fanaticism All characters are extreme or fanatics in different ways Alec the ex husband is the secular rationalist often cruel seemingly emotionless Michel the current husband is the religious fanatic Ilana the seductress all emotion desire etc Boaz the son is naturalist with no faith Oz clearly has little positive regard for fanaticism and he constantly points out the flaws in his characters I would describe this book as a commentary or observation on the human condition one that is set in a complex political setting Oz captures the voices of each character so well The letters are at times funny at times bitter and cruel and at other times filled with a sense of sadness and desperationI have lots to say about this book but fear that my comments will give too much away So instead I’ll just say that the book is complex beautifully written and engaging My only criticisms and thus the reason for not giving it a 5 are 1 Ilana remains somewhat elusive We are given a lot of information behind what drives many of the other characters their childhood history etc but little background about Ilana and her flaws; 2 some of the letters don’t uite read like letters since the characters will rehash in great detail exactly what they had said to the recipient of the letter something that would be needless if you had actually had the conversation with that person to begin with Favorite uotes “as after a plane crash we have sat down and analyzed by correspondence the contents of the black box”“there is happiness in the world Alec and suffering is not its opposite but the narrow passage through which stooping crawling among nettles we reach the silent clearing in the forest bathed in lunar silver”“our love had filled with hate Which consumed everything yet continued to masuerade as love”


  6. says:

    Before starting to read this book I read some very few comments on it Most of them talked about a love story and about humor Maybe it's me but I didn't find anything funny in this book And I would hardly call it a love story I would rather say it's a book about death and violence A sad book about death and violence It only gets 3 stars from me because I found the beginning tiresome and naive full of clichés and superficial I found the end uite exuisite though boring sometimes As an overall feeling this book puzzled me which I guess means it's a good book I would assume this is what the author meant all characters are generally speaking defined as to overline the duality of the human being the almost fanatic husband that shamelessly asks for money from the ex husband is a kind man that tries to protect everyone even if the ways he chooses to do so are a bit tyrannic; Ilana is a weak woman and lousy mother driven by her sexual pleasures but capable of tenderly taking care of her dying ex husband and renewing in the same time the relationship with her almost abandoned son; Alexander is a violent man that used to savagely beat up his wife but he's capable of an out of measure generosity just to have things cleared up in his mind before his death Not to speak about the lawyer who seems the most balanced character but meanwhile the one that you really cannot trust and understand Or the old tzar with a whole life of splendor and treason and cruelty behind himI wonder what I will be thinking about this book in a few weeks from now when things will be a bit clear in my head


  7. says:

    A heartcrushing family drama unfolds through letters This book makes me want to buy a set of waterman stationery and start a correspondence with friends enemies and ex lovers


  8. says:

    There's nothing that annoys me than having to give up on a book especially when it comes recommended by someone who knows me very well but I'm halfway through and I've had enough I HATED Black BoxThe story is told as a collection of letters notes telegrams etc which illustrate the relationships between all the characters I despised every one of them a lot of the letters seemed way too contrived therefore implausible and so the book failed miserably in keeping my interestAs I mentioned previously I only got to the halfway mark but I feel absolutely no desire to find out what happens to them or how the story in its loosest sense ends The way I see it once the mere thought of picking up a book starts to feel like a chore rather than enjoyment it's time to cut your losses and part ways


  9. says:

    At first I thought this was a weaker novel than Oz's My Michael The form of the story told mainly through written letters the characters sent to one another felt clunky and inappropriate for the type of story Amos Oz it seemed was trying to tell To an extent these initial failings still persist in the rating for the book But oddly enough Black Box succeeds in areas where My Michael did not The characters here feel human in that they not only fall but are simultaneously cognizant and in denial of their shortcomings unlike My Michael where every character including Hannah Gonen the narrator is enshrouded in a blithe atmosphere of apathy and subtle at times not so subtle contemptA good read all in all


  10. says:

    I rank it as one of the best books I've read An epistolary novel it explores the relationships between four people a woman her ex husband their son and the woman's current husband The letters exchanged by the ex spouses reveal a psychopathological relationship of passion and lust twisted into abuse manipulation and betrayalIt's a book about pain but there are also moments of humor tenderness and beauty It offers a deep detailed analysis of a relationship between a man and a woman and how it went awry