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I went to Enrichment a church women’s meeting about years ago, and they were having a book sharing activity. For me, when it comes to rating what I deem to be Historical Fiction, 5 stars are a rarity.
El Clan del Oso Cavernario
I was never bored. I love these books and have read some in the Earth’s Children series many times because I love the detailed descriptions of their way of life. This story was a Wow!
A natural disaster leaves the young girl wandering alone in an unfamiliar and dangerous land until she is found by a woman of the Clan, people very different from her own kind. I hadn’t been happy with the last several books ,ibro the last one did not surprise me at all. A weakness of Auel’s writing is the converse of her strong research: I said, “Oh, really?
And a few times it got pushed back on a shelf and I forgot I owned it and that it existed at all. Needless to say, this was difficult for me to finish. Ayla, Creb, Brun – I remember them all. After finishing the book, I sought out interviews with Mrs.
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. After being mauled by a cave lion, she is found by a group of Neanderthals and her life is saved. As a nother side note, I believe I mentioned on here in a recent book review that I have never belonged to a real life book club, I just talk about books on here.
I don’t know how this book escaped my clutches for so long! This is the story of a young child called Ayla who is born over 35, years ago during Neanderthal and Cro-Magnon times. You still don’t understand, do you? Family lived in caves without wall or rooms and sex was not hidden and was a daily and open reality. Iza, the medicine woman of the Clan of the Cave Bear, stumbles upon her and takes her under her wing, but Broud, the proud son of the clan leader, Brun, takes an immediate disliking to the young non-Clan girl.
For me, this story explores a time that I have My 7 Favorite read of A Unique and Entrancing 5 Stars When I am rating a book, I am internally comparing that book to other similar books in the genre and asking myself if it is on par with the best I have read.
I wonder, though, how far it is into the series before her turn to Mary Sue-ism comes is complete. Ayla, Cre I’ll never forget the first time I read this book. Ayla is about 5 years old when a massive earthquake leaves her motherless and alone.
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I also loved that Ayla was an innovative and strong woman, and I enjoyed learning about botany and medicinal uses for plants as she became a medicine woman. The Bad I have very little to say that is negative. She receiv Jean M.
The libgo is a bit simplistic and kind of gets in the way at times. Honestly, I could go on for quite some time with all the things I completely loved about this book but I think I’ll finish by saying it’s great and you should read it for yourself.
Around the Year i Clan of the Cave Bear [Jan 15, ] 64 58 Jan 29, She manages to impart an incredible amount of information but it is done in such a way that I didn’t once feel bored when reading in fact I loved learning about the medicinal uses for plants, the tools they use and how they were made. Language – 1 There was not use of adult language.
Iza and Creb are both fantastic characters, they have taken in a young child despite her differences and do their best to love her and keep her safe.
Some cavernafio advanced themes for a 5th grader, as my teacher Mr. The idea of gods and Totem animals as guiding factors for life certainly seem plausible as belief systems for societies like this one, and even the rituals and strange occurrences could relate to magic. I think all of these authors share something about the quality and unique authenticity of their writings, and it just registers with me really well.
Ayla is not only a cavernarlo learner, but an inuitive one.
Csvernario truly loved and enjoyed everything about this book. Though none of them have reviewed it, a dozen of my Goodreads friends have given it ratings, ranging from one star to five. This is something that I’ve never thought about before Jean Auel is masterful in her ability caevrnario create a story that has you transported in time and live vicariously in Ayla’s world.
This is the story of her culture clashing and melding with theirs. This book is ultimately one girl’s fight to fit in and her journey towards a greater equality than what she’s been told she has the right to.