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What follows is his attempt at understanding how he could have been so blind at not seeing the signs that led to this horrific tragedy.
The Attack by Yasmina Khadra
But my attention is drawn to an elderly lady and her daughter who are sifting through the yasmmina stacks. Great discussion tonight with my book group. Move too fast, and you wind up back in the ditch.
Well, not so far, no, but package it right and it can only be a question of time.
My one complaint with the book may be down to the translation – I never felt that Jaafie seemed quite angry, grief-stricken or confused enough, he didn’t drag me through his emotions alongside him. Does the job, fills the time, but I couldn’t quite see why it gave rise to such enthusiasm.
He has a nice home in a nice part of the city, he and his wife Sihem attend dinner parties with their Israeli friends and are happy. Anonymity was the only way for him to survive and avoid censorship during the Algerian Civil War. Want to Read saving…. Khadra does an excellent job of giving everyone their due, making all sides compelling and tragic, right and terribly terribly misguided. Dr Amin Jaafari is an Israeli Arab. Il tutto condito dalla sofferenza di un animo confuso e tradito.
E ora, il film. Feb 02, Christie rated it did not like it Shelves: How his friends rally around him and how others condemn him. I feel this is the most memorable so far. Isn’t anything we say about war going to come back to the same few ideas in the end? Did she do it? You love and are loved. The beginning opens up with him operating on victims of a suicide bomber, who turns out to be his wife!
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French book “L’Attentat” (The Attack) de Yasmina Khadra | Vive La France
Jun 30, Denise rated it really liked it. This kuadra, in places, does the best it can to put us in their shoes. What kind of life did they have before we met them?
Strained similies, hackneyed metaphors, heavy handed symbols are dotted through out. Tel Aviv, giorni nostri: Our discussion was wide-ranging and we veered away from the book frequently, but that just shows how many universal issues Khadra’s work touches upon.
I have to remember it. He shows us th This is a very complicated book to rate. He uses his skills to repair the damage caused by the conflict surrounding him and to keep himself distanced from involvement in events. I still think it is worth reading, but to anyone expecting the emotional character study that I was- It’s there, and can be quite poignant, but be aware that you’ll have to tolerate some other baggage coming along with it.
I really appreciated the easy and carefree life I am living in comparison to those in the book. Attentat you start from the principle that your worst enemy is very person who tries to sow hatred in your heart, you’re halfway to happiness. To ask other readers questions about The Attackplease sign up.
View all 5 comments. I just was not as swept away by this as I would have liked. This takes us all on an eye-opening khadta into Bethlehem and Jerusalem, where his views and pacifism place him on the ‘wrong side’.
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: Just like this reader, Dr Jaafari finds this hard to believe, and I don’t know that either of us was much the wiser at the end. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Vivi nel limbo, a caccia di uri e liocorni. It just didn’t ring right to me. The problem for me is that the character of Sihem is never humanzied.
There are no ‘right’ answers comfortably to be found, and this book never lets us forget that.