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Anita Diamant, man, I wish she was my aunt or something, because she is a superb story teller. Her book The Red Tent was completely well rounded. Yes, there were parts that were very anylitical and really dragged (her Journalist ways cutting through I suppose), but Dinah's character and the rich plot and setting really salvaged the book! Mrs. Diamant also had some killer analogies. I would recommend this book to any woman, I couldn't see a man reading this book and really feeling for it and enjoying it the way we women can. Its a cruel, but true generalization for this book. This makes me see Judaism and the stories from the bible and the book of Genesis in a whole new light! (considering the fact I never considered the stories, I never touched a bible until I read this book) No, don't get the wrong idea, this book doesn't brain wash you. It makes you enthused because your enlightened by a more in- depth femenist take on a bible story. If you liked Memoirs of a Geisha, you'll love this book. I only wish I could read more books like The Red Tent that took religious text and mythology and made it beleiveable and wonderful.
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Par Pascale C MEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 31 décembre 2013
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Une histoire de femmes, aux premiers temps bibliques, dite par une femme. On entend la voix de celles qui sont trop souvent oubliées dans ces récits premiers. Une fille de Jacob raconte son histoire, et on découvre la vie des nomades de l'antiquité et les débuts du monothéisme. Un roman historico- biblique, avec un grand souffle épique. Magnifique.
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Par Un client le 9 janvier 2003
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Lire ce livre signifir s'évader au commencement de notre monde. On pourrait penser que les femmes n'étaient rien à cette époque mais c'est faux, elles avaient leur propre rôle, leur propre monde et c'est cela qu'Anita Diamant nous fait découvrir dans ce superbe roman. L'écriture est très douce. L'histoire de cette femme (voire ces femmes) est magnifique, simple mais très forte!
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Par Stephanie le 18 novembre 2015
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Rafraichissant, une histoire de femmes, du point de vue des femmes; et tant pis pour les adeptes du machisme! Ils n'ont qu'à se repasser les vieux clichés en boucle.
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HASH(0x99961408) étoiles sur 5 The red tent 6 février 2000
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It would appear that any book about interesting and perhaps unusual women generates much controversy among its readership ("Bitter Grounds" and "The Poisonwood Bible" come to mind). This book is no different. The Red Tent is loosely based on the Biblical story of Dinah, but it is a novel, not fact, even though it may be based in fact. Diamant even takes liberties with the Dinah story as it appears in Genesis in the Bible. However, it does appear to be thoroughly researched -- I found myself equally fascinated by descriptions of life during Biblical times as by the lives of the characters in the book. Unlike some of the other reviewers I didn't find this book to be anti-male. I and many women I know lead very different lives from our men and we too see them in a completely different light than they see themselves. We often laugh at them or paint them in an unflattering light, despite the fact that we love them. We are not, however, anti-male, just human and female. I suspect men amongst themselves discuss women in much the same way. I personally found this book full of thoughts and ideas that touched me deeply, especially since I am 40 years old, have had several children and have lived in foreign countries. Perhaps much younger people would have trouble identifiying some of the "human condition" scenarios in the book -- I don't know. Regardless, I have wholeheartedly recommended this book to several people and recommend it to you.
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HASH(0x99961870) étoiles sur 5 Astonishing tale! 3 janvier 2001
Par M. Desoer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is, by far, one of the best books I have read in a long time, leaving me sorry that it was over. The writing is beautiful in its depiction of life, from the women's point of view, about 4000 years ago. It was so incredibly moving that I found myself in tears at several times -- something that does not happen often!
This tale is a possible story of the life of Jacob's daughter, Dinah, who barely is mentioned in the Old Testament. It starts with a recounting of Jacob's marriages to Dinah's mother, and her mother's three sisters, the births of the resulting children, and Dinah's youth, learning at her "mothers'" sides. It continues with Jacob's departure with his family and flocks from the lands of his father-in-law, and follows Dinah through her death. I don't want to say any more, because it would ruin the story.
The author does not suggest that this is the "real" story, or a "supplement" to the Bible. It is not a religious book, per se, but does discuss the God of Jacob's father and, in contrast, the multitude of gods worshipped by other cultures of the time. The story is meant to provide a possible tale of an otherwise minor character, and affords a glimpse into the women's world of that time, not usually covered in the Bible.
I cannot recommend this book more highly.
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HASH(0x99961894) étoiles sur 5 Rebuttal to May19th Review from Seattle 7 juin 2000
Par Sherry L. Ross - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I would like to take a moment to address some of the complaints made in the May 19th review. I did not experience THE RED TENT as male bashing. It's intent was to take a female view of the major women of the Old Testament and to breathe life into them. It is "over endowed" with a female viewpoint as a counterbalance to the bible's male view. Women in the BIBLE were often hardly more than property, so it is not too surprising that a fictionalized female character from this period might see men somewhat differently then we do. The BIBLE does portray Laban as a pretty disagreeable character, but in this book Jacob is portrayed as a tragic figure, not a negative figure. He is not the cause of the terrible massacre, but assumes the guilt of his tribe. Until then he is a respected male figure in the book. The women have their weak points as well. Rachel is vain, and the grandmother, Rebecca is a formidable figure of both arrogance and power. Isaac's trauma as a child, being nearly slaughtered by his own father, was treated with compassion. Diamant has Dinah speak of this trauma and how it left Isaac with a stutter for the rest of his life. Some of the women are weak in a way that makes them disagreeable. The carpenter husband of Dinah, Benia, is a truly admirable and loveable male figure and her young husband, the prince Shalem, slaughtered at the hands of her brothers, is as gentle and romantic a young man as you could want.
As to the continual reference to pregnancies and childbirth, I believe this had a deliberate intent. During biblical times, childbearing is what gave women power. It is natural to assume that women of that period would indeed be obssessed with their own ability to bring children into the world - especially women of strength who would be able determine ways to use that ability to some advantage. The very nature of the Red Tent, was that it bonded women in a way that as a group gave them more leverage. Their "mysterious" ways were kept from the men who were somewhat fearful of their rituals and knowledge of childbearing. This was a woman's main source of power in a life that was in many ways powerless. Being a mid wife was as close to a career as a woman could have and it commanded respect from everyone. You have to remember that men and women did lead very separare lives at that time. Another source of power, still "mysterious" to men, was the role of a priestess and ordainer. Rebecca had this role down to a science in order to insure her place of distinction in the ancient world. I present these ideas as a difference of opinion to the previous reviewer, who is of course entitled to her opinion. I had my book group meeting last night and our book of discussion was THE RED TENT, so these themes were very much on my mind and I felt compelled to respond.
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HASH(0x99961bb8) étoiles sur 5 I would give it many more than five stars 31 juillet 2000
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First of all let me say that I absolutely loved The Red Tent. It's based on a character, Dinah, who is mentioned in passing in the old testament. Diamant has created a wonderful story about the women of biblical times, our fore-mothers Rebecca, Sarah, Rachel, and Leah, from Dinah's point of view.
You do not have to be familiar with the bible to enjoy this novel, although if you are, you'll certainly recognize stories and characters. It's about the strength of women, their roles in a male dominated religious society, and their all important relationships.
Although I was eager to read this book, I didn't expect it to have such an impact on me, nor did I expect to love it as much as I did. Highly recommended.
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HASH(0x99961ce4) étoiles sur 5 A good book that may be too radical for some 10 mars 2000
Par Elisabeth Riba - Publié sur Amazon.com
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First of all, I am very disappointed that Amazon posted reviews that spoil the ending of the book. The great mystery this book purports to answer is what happened to Dinah after her rape. Did she ever find love and/or happiness, and if so how? Some of the reviews here give away those plot points, and diminished my enjoyment of the novel.
Second, comparisons to "Mists of Avalon" are very apt. This is a retelling of a classic story from a woman's point of view. However, unlike "Mists" or "Firebrand" the story being retold is central to major world religions. Readers have a lot more invested in the portrayal of Biblical characters than in Arthurian Britain or ancient Troy.
BE FOREWARNED. These are not the matriarchs you grew up with. They do not worship the G-d of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. In the Bible, Rachel & Leah's father worshipped idols, and the women in "The Red Tent" never convert to Jacob's faith. IF THIS DISTURBS YOU, YOU MAY WANT TO SKIP THIS BOOK. I think that's where many of the negative reviews are coming from. Compare Mists of Avalon with Sword & the Stone and earlier Arthurian stories -- this is just as radical a revision. If you're not prepared for that, stay away. Frankly, I'm still a bit bothered by the concept of non-Jewish matriarchs. But the fact that I'm still mulling over my reactions a week after I finished shows how powerful the book is.
The book presents a rich portrayal of the historical period. Diamant did a lot of research into daily life and paints a very vivid world. Frankly, I find Dinah a less interesting character than the matriarchs -- Rebecca, Rachel, and Leah. While Dinah is supposedly the focus, she was a minor character originally, so there's not much background. However, we already have a wealth of stories about the matriarchs, so those stories become all the more fascinating when compared to that background. [The motives behind the Leah/Rachel switch at Jacob's wedding, for example.]
It's a very good book. I won't say it's a great book, because I am still disturbed by parts, but it's definitely a powerful story.
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