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❴KINDLE❵ ✿ Pasardhësi Author Ismail Kadare – Stroyki.pro A new novel from the acclaimed winner of the inaugural Man Booker International Prize for achievement in fictionThe Successor is a powerful political novel based on the sudden mysterious death of the A new novel from the acclaimed winner of the inaugural Man Booker International Prize for achievement in fictionThe Successor is a powerful political novel based on the sudden mysterious death of the man who had been handpicked to succeed the hated Albanian dictator Enver Hoxha The man who died was Mehmet Shehu the presumed heir to the ailin.

G dictator The world was so certain that he was next in line that he was known as The Successor And then shortly before he was to assume power he was found dead Did he commit suicide or was he murdered?The Successor is simultaneously a page turning mystery a historical novel – based on actual events and buttressed by the author’s private.

pasardhësi ebok Pasardhësi PDFG dictator The world was so certain that he was next in line that he was known as The Successor And then shortly before he was to assume power he was found dead Did he commit suicide or was he murdered?The Successor is simultaneously a page turning mystery a historical novel – based on actual events and buttressed by the author’s private.

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Pasardhësi eBook ✓ ´ eBook stroyki.pro Ismail Kadare also spelled Kadaré is an Albanian novelist and poet He has been a leading literary figure in Albania since the 1960s He focused on short stories until the publication of his first novel The General of the Dead Army In 1996 he became a lifetime member of the Academy of Moral and Political Sciences of France In 1992 he was awarded the Prix mondial Cino Del Duca; in 2005 he wo

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  1. Lisa Lisa says:

    Pasardhësi eBook ✓ ´ eBook stroyki.pro pasardhësi ebok, Pasardhësi PDFScary And familiar“Dictatorship and authentic literature are incompatible The writer is the natural enemy of dictatorship”Dictatorship cannot accept the multifaceted truth of a writer and a writer cannot accept the empty propaganda words of personality cult When a writer starts a novel he puts himself into opposition to dictatorship by thinking for himself I wonder if that applies to readers as well?Many years ago I had a phase when I read almost anything by Ismail Kadare that fell into my hands I proceeded to put his works on my top favourite shelf in the living room and moved on thinking that his fiction has its perfect place in European history and his writing style i


  2. Daniela Daniela says:

    Pasardhësi eBook ✓ ´ eBook stroyki.pro pasardhësi ebok, Pasardhësi PDF35Paranoia is the currency of totalitarianism Couple it with fear and they are what turn the cogs of the machine In such a state you devour or are devoured There’s no middle ground no tolerance no spontaneous consensus nothing that can save you Ismail Kadare blends fiction with reality to explain how power is exercised under these circumstances The reality is the death of Mehmet Shehu the right hand man of Enver Hoxha who lorded over Albania for a good chunk of the 20th century Shehu died either by his own hand or by that of another on the 17 of December 1981 The most obvious explanation is that he was killed on Hoxha’s orders In his fiction Kadare endorses this version only to a point The Successor in the book dies because he lived under a dictatorship because even when he obeys his leader or when he comp


  3. K.D. Absolutely K.D. Absolutely says:

    Pasardhësi eBook ✓ ´ eBook stroyki.pro pasardhësi ebok, Pasardhësi PDFBased on real events The Successor tells the story of Mehmet Shehu who was considered as the successor to the office of Albanian dictator Enver Hoxha who many people hated However on the night of December 13 1981 Shehu was found dead inside his room with bolt in lock from the inside Despite the lock people did not believe that it was suicide but foul play His daughter an architect and the minister of interior told different versions of the story based on the last interactions with Shehu People also suspected the new successor Adrian Hasobeu because he was the automatic heir to the position But was it really not a suicide? You have to read up to the last page of the last ch


  4. Tony Tony says:

    Pasardhësi eBook ✓ ´ eBook stroyki.pro pasardhësi ebok, Pasardhësi PDFIt is typical in a work of fiction to start with a disclaimer something which includes the caveat “Names places and incidents either are the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously and any resemblance to actual persons living or dead events or locales is entirely coincidental”No such disclaimer here Instead Kadare promises “Any resemblance between the characters and circumstances of this tale and real people and events is inevitable”The eponym in The Successor is Mehmet Shehu a Communist leader in 20th Century Albania known for his brutality and later his suicide He could be inspirational I suppose in an Al


  5. Gumble& Gumble& says:

    Pasardhësi eBook ✓ ´ eBook stroyki.pro pasardhësi ebok, Pasardhësi PDFStory about to the long appointed number two “The Successor” to the country’s dictator “The Guide” who just as the dictator’s health and sight are failing is found dead after being denounced by the Guide in a party committee Initially the death is reported as suicide and the impression given that the Successor was going to be pardoned by the Guide after presenting his self criticism the next day We follow the story thr


  6. Adam Adam says:

    Pasardhësi eBook ✓ ´ eBook stroyki.pro pasardhësi ebok, Pasardhësi PDFAnother great book by Albanian author Ismail Kadare It deals with the 'disappearance' of Mehmet Shehu Enver Hoxha's right hand man When I visited Albania in 1984 Enver Hoxha was still alive but Shehu's face had been airbrushed out of photographs on display in museumsThe weird frightening atmosphere of Albania until recently the last bastion of Stalinism in


  7. Jan Jan says:

    Pasardhësi eBook ✓ ´ eBook stroyki.pro pasardhësi ebok, Pasardhësi PDFWe are fortunate that Albania’s Ismail Kadare won the first Man Booker International Prize in 2005 because it resulted in his works being translated into over thirty languages and introduced to the world By the way he faced serious competition for the award as the finalists included Gabriel García Máruez Milan Kundera Margaret Atwood Saul Bellow Gunther Grass Naguib Mahfouz Doris Lessing Kenzaburō Ōe Stanisław Lem Ian McEwan Philip Roth Muriel Spark and John Updike I count six Nobel Prize winners in this groupThe Successor follows events from 1981 in Tirana about the unexplained death of Prime Minister Mehemt Shebu the designated successor to dictator Enver Hoxha who ruled for 40 years and is referred to in book as The Guide Kadare interviewed many eyewitnesses including Shebu’s son The story unfolds thr


  8. Alta Alta says:

    Pasardhësi eBook ✓ ´ eBook stroyki.pro pasardhësi ebok, Pasardhësi PDFThe Successor is one of those rare books that can be read with eual pleasure by lovers of psychological or analytical writings and by readers looking for “action” Written in the form of a thriller the novel manages in some miraculous way to go to the essence not only of Communism but of all dictatorships revealing with unusual psychological finesse how throughout history there are some archetypal dramas that keep repeating themselves from Greek myths to Macbeth to the history of the Balkans Here too Kadare’s most powerful gift resides in inserting a “regional” story within a universal model in finding mythologi


  9. Dave Dave says:

    Pasardhësi eBook ✓ ´ eBook stroyki.pro pasardhësi ebok, Pasardhësi PDFFascinating This is a novelization of the last days and death of Mehmet Shehu the anointed successor of Enver Hoxha the Stalin like dictator of Albania The names were changed to protect the guilty? and I don’t know of any evidence that things played out as Kadare describes A fast but not easy read it would be rewarding to readers who are curious about Albania life among the elite in a Communist dictatorship or dystopias in general Kadare uses several narrators and a jumbled chronology to tell the tale My appreciation benefited from several google searches of names and events in Albanian historyI expect to read of Kadare’s work


  10. MJ Nicholls MJ Nicholls says:

    Pasardhësi eBook ✓ ´ eBook stroyki.pro pasardhësi ebok, Pasardhësi PDFRead this to help clear my desk Interesting Albanian thriller with a clever structure I wasn’t that thrilled The writer looks like a sinister KGB Eric Morecambe


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