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eBook Abdellah Taïa Ë Ë L'Armée du Salut PDF ✓ L'Armée du PDF/EPUB or Abdellah Taïa is a Moroccan writer born in Salé in 1973 He grew up in a neighborhood called “Hay Salam” located between Salé and Rabat where his father Mohammed works at the General Library of the capital His mother M’Barka an illiterate housewife gives so much meaning to his days and accompanies his sleep with her nocturnal melodies This son of a working class district and second youngest o

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  1. Gerhard Gerhard says:

    eBook Abdellah Taïa Ë Ë L'Armée du Salut PDF ✓ L'Armée du PDF/EPUB or l'armée epub, salut book, L'Armée du pdf, L'Armée du Salut PDF/EPUBHaving Edmund White write the introduction to this autobiographical novel is uite ironic Taïa became the first openly gay Arab writer in 2006 expanding his repertoire to filmmaking


  2. Kirstine Kirstine says:

    eBook Abdellah Taïa Ë Ë L'Armée du Salut PDF ✓ L'Armée du PDF/EPUB or l'armée epub, salut book, L'Armée du pdf, L'Armée du Salut PDF/EPUBSalvation Army is autobiographical to an extent it’s based on Taïa’s own experiences growing up in an arab household with parents who fought and loved an older brother he and the whole family adored multiple sisters and be


  3. George K. Ilsley George K. Ilsley says:

    eBook Abdellah Taïa Ë Ë L'Armée du Salut PDF ✓ L'Armée du PDF/EPUB or l'armée epub, salut book, L'Armée du pdf, L'Armée du Salut PDF/EPUBA perplexing achievement The language used creates a distance between the text and the reader The story is fairly common yet the result in somehow mysterious The language is very straightforward yet Taia comes off as profound One wonders how much of this is the translation and how much is due to Taia's mother tongue So much of our thinking is shaped by language instead of thinking doing the shaping and yet this influence is all but invisible to most peopleI hope to have a chance to read this short autobiographical novel againUPDATE Read this again in November 2016 Saw the movie and then searched out the book only to realize I had already read it the movie is only loosely based on the book So perhaps everything seems straightforward now because I've read it twice and seen a screen adaptation


  4. Macartney Macartney says:

    eBook Abdellah Taïa Ë Ë L'Armée du Salut PDF ✓ L'Armée du PDF/EPUB or l'armée epub, salut book, L'Armée du pdf, L'Armée du Salut PDF/EPUBThree simple yet haunting intertwining tales of a boy turned young man who is an outsider no matter who he's with or where he goes whether he is home with his mother on travels with his brothers or in a foreign country abandoned by a former lover Taïa caught my attention with his emotional gutpunch of an essay in the New York Times about being a gay boy growing up in Morocco and this memoir cum novel holds just as much power and cas


  5. Amy Amy says:

    eBook Abdellah Taïa Ë Ë L'Armée du Salut PDF ✓ L'Armée du PDF/EPUB or l'armée epub, salut book, L'Armée du pdf, L'Armée du Salut PDF/EPUBThis short book is a coming of age story of a boy from Morocco He's gay and maybe first puts that together when observing and loving his brother Later he falls for a man from Switzerland but when he pursues his education in that country things go sour


  6. Brian Brian says:

    eBook Abdellah Taïa Ë Ë L'Armée du Salut PDF ✓ L'Armée du PDF/EPUB or l'armée epub, salut book, L'Armée du pdf, L'Armée du Salut PDF/EPUBSalvation Army by Abdellah Taia is not a complicated on the surface It tells the story of a young gay Moroccan boy who grows up in large family and later comes to Europe in


  7. Bill Bill says:

    eBook Abdellah Taïa Ë Ë L'Armée du Salut PDF ✓ L'Armée du PDF/EPUB or l'armée epub, salut book, L'Armée du pdf, L'Armée du Salut PDF/EPUBA coming out book in a culture where homosexuality is criminal this memoir is of interest from the comparative cultural point of view today or even in the '80s but I don't see that it offers much for those of us who grew up in the '50s and '60s It all sounds very familiar Taïa was about 33 when he published his memories of being a teen He comes off as being naive affectionate smart a nice guy I'd like to know He tells his story without shame I wonder h


  8. Neil Mudde Neil Mudde says:

    eBook Abdellah Taïa Ë Ë L'Armée du Salut PDF ✓ L'Armée du PDF/EPUB or l'armée epub, salut book, L'Armée du pdf, L'Armée du Salut PDF/EPUBThis was my first book by Abdellah Taia his name evokes in me the Casbah in Tangierswere many years ago I spent a New Years Eve The title of this book intrigued methat is why I picked it up and soon realized it had nothing to do with Soap Soup and Salvation it is a story of a poor young Moroccan in love with the mysteries


  9. Taylor Taylor says:

    eBook Abdellah Taïa Ë Ë L'Armée du Salut PDF ✓ L'Armée du PDF/EPUB or l'armée epub, salut book, L'Armée du pdf, L'Armée du Salut PDF/EPUBMy stodgy side reappears A memoir that ruminates for a long time on the author's giant crush on his older brother and doesn't really contain much other than that except his parents' fights and this Swiss guy he fucks for awhile and then doesn't There isn't much of substance here and I am willing to admit that the i


  10. Doug Reyes Doug Reyes says:

    eBook Abdellah Taïa Ë Ë L'Armée du Salut PDF ✓ L'Armée du PDF/EPUB or l'armée epub, salut book, L'Armée du pdf, L'Armée du Salut PDF/EPUBThis one can’t be read without context The author proclaimed the first gay writer from Morocco writes from the remove of both place and time both of which are important in understanding these storiesAt the time of publication he lived in Paris and this volume exhibits several hallmarks I’ve come to expect and love in modern French literature spare economic prose unemotionally recounting sometimes embarrassing and horrifying moments almost wistfully removed tone when doing so the blurring of fiction and autobiographyThe stories here do comprise a larger cohesive whole but I wouldn’t call this a novel The author doesn’t flinch in recounting the uncomfortable truths particularly when showing his love for and worship of his brother The examination of this life should be heartrending stuff but whether it’s the translation I don’t think so or the writing itself it failed to move me enough to be truly impressed by the artistr


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