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I am way hotter than people give me credit for, probably. I’d be horrified at my mother if she had kept it from me until I was 17 just because of sex, because this is still one of my favourite books of all time.
Creb is this group’s “Mog-ur” or shamandespite being deformed as a result of the difficult birth resulting from his abnormally large head and clsn later loss of an arm and eye after being attacked by a clqn bear.
Gender roles are the most obvious; against the backdrop of the male- dominated Clan, Ayla makes a lived-out case for a genuine feminism of the equalitarian rather than male-bashing sort that argues for social roles based on demonstrated ability and interests, not gender.
I did eventually pick it up on one of my many book hauls. I joked with friends that I didn’t even want to live in right now.
I really enjoyed the creativity and ingenuity Auel bought to the Clan and their magic, and I feel like it worked really well as a vital part of the story and culture for this world. She was a fine narrator and I became very used to her reading for Ayla and the other characters. As a child born to the Others a Cro Magnon group living in another areaAyla’s differences csvernario always apparent to everyone else, but she grows to be a respected and integral part of the Clan.
The ultimate in creative, imaginative story telling. I loved everything about Ayla and much about her new tribe as well. Broud continues to assault Ayla multiple times daily, sinking her into a depression that leaves her despondent and disinterested, and she soon becomes pregnant.
El Clan del Oso Cavernario by Jean M. Auel (5 star ratings)
I loved how she learned to hunt with a sling, and I liked how she became a good medicine woman, how she would drop everything to try to save someone’s life. Showing of 4 reviews. She is an inquisitive, logical tall and blond while her new family is survival oriented, ingrained, short and squat. The sex scenes didn’t corrupt me.
So of course it’s full of all kinds of horrible treatment of women, and of course it’s going to make a modern reader a bit frustrated, but as in my case completely fascinate them as well.
El Clan del Oso Cavernario
I actually went out and purchased the next book when I was half way through this first one. Pages to import images to Wikidata All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from August Books by Jean M. Of course the magic described by Auel is certainly imagined more than researched, but there may well be grains of the truth scattered in.
Drl nice to be able to so firmly identify myself as being on a character’s side from the first few chapters in a book. Buddy read with Caught Between Pages. For me, this story explores a time that I have never explored or read and I have basis for comparison.
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She’s known nothing but the stricture I find it sad that this story could have been staged in any period of history. I’ll tell those who haven’t read it.
I hope I get to read the rest of the series. First and foremost, she has a capacity to create fully alive, three-dimensional characters whom the reader can relate to positively or negatively just like real people –Iza, Creb, Brun, Broud, even several of the minor characters; and above all Ayla herself, de, we watch her grow from a scared, traumatized child into a strong, highly competent and intelligent woman.
Are the locations in this book real?
It is definitely appropriate for a teen. Ayla was a great character; she grows so much throughout the book. Not only have I re learned loads of stuff about cavemen and “cave ways,” I’ve also rediscovered Ayla, the main character, and found myself really liking her and caring for her. I liked how Iza embraced Dell and was thoughtful enough to pass along the medicine woman trade, trying to think of Ayla’s future. I sobbed at the end of the book, not just because it was emotional, but I remember the sadness that I would never again be able to read this book with new eyes.
It’s a thick book. The minimal dialogue feels natural and comfortable.