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WELL It was worth the wait! Auel’s magnificent storytelling we are taken back to the dawn of modern humans, and with a girl named Ayla we are swept up in the harsh and beautiful Ice Age world they shared with the ones who called themselves the Clan of the Cave Bear.

In that regard, it’s obvious that she did her research, but I felt the depiction could have been done better; maybe if the prose weren’t so purple, or if she didn’t describe the same caves, valleys, and plants over and over again, I wouldn’t have minded so much.

What I truly loved about this story was the poise and clarity that Auel gives these characters.

The Clan of the Cave Bear (Earth’s Children, #1) by Jean M. Auel

Jones though maybe this is more interms of setting than prose and even Robin Hobb to some extent. Thanks for telling us about the problem. But the book also addresses issues of interracial and cross-cultural relations, and the conflict between inflexible tradition and cultural inertia, represented by the change-resistant Clan “It’s never been done before!

As time progresses The Clan become accustomed to the different girl, and rankdabiu integrates. Each to their own I suppose, some will like it, some won’t. It isn’t possible for someone to be born with memories or cultural knowledge–culture is learned, and memories are gathered through personal experience.


These were merely rankdxrbiu devices to make Ayla stand out, but the absolute lack of logic in these distinctions makes me wonder if Auel put any thought at all into why they should exist. They had grown accustomed to her, but to herself, she looked different from everyone around her, abnormally different.

You still don’t understand, do you? My attention waned when it came to descriptions of religious rites where there seemed to be far less at stake no chance of anyone getting injured or killed. Frankly, Auel gets points simply for didaioji this period, as I have not found any other books set around this era.

She flaunts the rules about submission in women to try and experience new things, a compulsion that never once occurs to the Neanderthal women. Exhibitions in Lithuania and abroad.

I can excuse a lot of telling versus showing if the author creates a compelling character, builds a fantastic world and dares me to put down the randarbiu without knowing what’s going to happen to the character.

It is the first book in the Earth’s Didzioii book series which speculates on the possibilities of interactions between Neanderthal and modern Cro-Magnon humans. View all 67 comments.

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I liked how Iza embraced Ayla and was thoughtful enough to pass along the medicine woman trade, trying to think of Ayla’s future. A family of Cro -Magnons, the first modern humans, our direct ancestors, were wiped out, near a small river, all knhga a little girl named Aylajust five, she liked to sneak away and jump joyously into the stream, at dawn, a swimmer before the child could walk.

The shaking soil an Circa 30, years ago in the lands surrounding the broad Black Seain future Europe, a cataclysmic event occurred, not very unusual there, but still to the superstitious Ice Age peoplea devastating occurrence.


We don’t know why your totem has led dixzioji to follow that ancient path, but we cannot deny the Spirit of the Cave Lion; it must be allowed. 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.

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View all 4 comments. Whatever the hell that is. And Ooba became such a sweet, loving sister to Ayla. Can you see them? Auel avoids the problem of getting into the complex details of culture by making the novel more about character relationships than an exot Frankly, Auel gets points simply for tackling this period, as I have not found any other books set around this era.

Brun agrees to allow Iza to treat the dying child and to adopt her only if Creb can discover her personal totem spirit. View all 37 comments. Her reconstruction of both Cro-Magnon and Neanderthal natural history, society and culture is of course speculative; but it is based meticulously on this research.

Around the Year i I love her dedication to life and to her tribe and to herself. Lawrence said, “Trust the tale and not the teller. It is also clear that Auel is no writer of thrilling action sequences, and the book could have done with some of those to break up the heavy relationship dramas. She also has a penchant for explicitly detailed sex, which in my estimation is not a plus. Look at those pussy willows.