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This is one of the best books I have ever read and I’ve read over 1, View all 4 comments. Intenso, introspettivo, coraggioso e illuminante. Mostly I felt as though I was getting a lecture about the very messy and complicated and, clearly, emotional landscape of the Middle East.
The Attack by Yasmina Khadra
Leave a comment Filed under French Culture Tagged as algeriealgerienbookclassfrancefrenchfrench vocabularyisraelkhadral’attentatlanguagelessonslivrepalestienpalestineseattlethe attackyasmina. Intense and humane, devoid of political bias, hatred, and polemics, it probes deep inside the Muslim world and gives readers a profound understanding of what seems impossible to understand.
attntat As Jaafie is forced to confront this fact he starts to search for reasons why and clues that he has missed along the way. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Some found it hard to understand why Sihem did what she did, and all of us speculated on the nature of day to day life in the Atttentat East when there seems to be little hope for a lasting peace.
The elderly lady is a bit of a reader; each time her daughter suggests something she’s already read it. Well, not so far, no, but package it right and it can only be a question of time. Does the job, fills the time, but I couldn’t quite see why it gave rise to wttentat enthusiasm. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here I have a lot to be thankful for.
If so, what were her motivations? I have to remember it. If you agree to take up arms, you have to agree that others may do the same. I appreciate that the author tried to show all sides khavra the Israeli-Palestinian conflict – no clear heroes, no out-and-out villains, but individuals doing their best to cope with violence and war and cultural “attack” as part of everyday reality.
French book “L’Attentat” (The Attack) de Yasmina Khadra | Vive La France
The problem was that although it made me think, it did not make me feel. There are no ‘right’ answers comfortably to be found, and this book never lets us forget that. There are tons of internal monologues from the protagonist about how he could have missed this and why his wife would do this.
Despite the publication of many successful novels in Algeria, Moulessehoul only revealed his true identity in after leaving the army and going into exile and seclusion in France. I shut you up in here so you could develop a taste for hatred and a desire to act on it. Ti resteranno sempre i tuoi sogni per reinventare il mondo che ti hanno negato.
Sei solo lo strumento delle tue frustrazioni. His life is shattered when his wife blows herself up in a suicide bomb attack that kills numerous children at a restaurant. The storyline was interesting, and it gave me some insight into the minds of suicide bombers.
Her hands were too white for the smallest stain to escape my notice. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. I feel this is the most memorable khadrz far. The way Islamic extremism was talked about in language like one would a dirty lover He develops certain theories that fit into its world outlook, but do not always represent the reality. You can afford your dreams. The opening chapter is incredibly powerful.
An Algerian author who took a woman’s pseudonym to avoid military censorship. The confusion, the silence; it all seems to happen in slow motion and we are no more clued up than those in amongst the devastation: The movie follows the book “close enough.
I have read most of Yasmina Khadra’s works and I have found them all very compelling. He also did a great job with point of view, sticking quite clearly and thoroughly to the husband’s perspective. Because the fanaticism is a threat for all, I contribute to the understanding of the causes and yaskina.
I just was not as swept away by this as I would have liked. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Elderly lady is especially enthusiastic about this thrilling story set in Khaera Aviv, irresistible she says, and you learn such a lot about the Palestinian conflict.
But the trite just overwhelms it a lot of the time. The Palestines refuse to listen to reason. A solid three stars. Il tutto condito dalla atetntat di un animo confuso e tradito.
But you have to know where to put your feet. Anyway, I manage to find the stack of paperbacks that aren’t all pink and girly or dark and grisly with the title embossed in silver, but there are still, ooh, at least twelve of them so I stand there humming an hah-ing for a bit. It really made me wonder if people will ever get along and how important it is to try. Being a Muslim, I suggest a new perspective on Afghanistan, on religious fanaticism and what I would call religiopathy.