The Palace Of Shattered Vessels by David Shahar

The book is a rich tapestry of life in Jerusalem during the British Mandate period, weaving together the stories of a diverse cast of characters, from a young Jewish boy to an aging British consul. Set against the backdrop of a city steeped in history and conflict, the narrative explores themes of love, loss, and the complexities of human relationships. As the characters' lives intersect in unexpected ways, the novel delves into the cultural and political tensions of the time, painting a vivid portrait of a society on the brink of monumental change. Through its lyrical prose and intricate storytelling, the book captures the essence of Jerusalem's enduring mystique and the fragile beauty of human experience.

The 7193rd greatest book of all time


Published
1962
Nationality
Israeli
Type
Fiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Hebrew

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