O Menino de Cabul

O Menino de Cabul No inverno de em Cabul tudo o que Amir mais deseja no mundo ganhar um concurso de papagaios para poder impressionar o seu pai e Hassan o seu amigo insepar vel est determinado a ajud lo Mas

  • Title: O Menino de Cabul
  • Author: Khaled Hosseini
  • ISBN: 9789722351287
  • Page: 340
  • Format: Paperback
  • No inverno de 1975, em Cabul, tudo o que Amir mais deseja no mundo ganhar um concurso de papagaios para poder impressionar o seu pai, e Hassan, o seu amigo insepar vel, est determinado a ajud lo Mas, na tarde do concurso, um terr vel acontecimento vai destruir os la os que unem os dois rapazes para sempre E, mesmo quando a fam lia de Amir for ada a fugir do AfeganiNo inverno de 1975, em Cabul, tudo o que Amir mais deseja no mundo ganhar um concurso de papagaios para poder impressionar o seu pai, e Hassan, o seu amigo insepar vel, est determinado a ajud lo Mas, na tarde do concurso, um terr vel acontecimento vai destruir os la os que unem os dois rapazes para sempre E, mesmo quando a fam lia de Amir for ada a fugir do Afeganist o ap s a invas o sovi tica, Amir sabe que um dia ter de regressar sua terra natal em busca de reden o.

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    1. In 2012, when I was Mathematics teacher at a private high school in Iran, I had an Afghan student in my class. Sometimes, I discussed with my students about literature, and I told them of novels and poem. I found it very strange that my students had no interest in literature and even sometimes looked with hostility to this discussion. Days passed and much time was left to the end of school year. One day I saw Ali, Afghan student, came to me and had a booklet in his hand and I saw in his eyes sev [...]

    2. "For you, a thousand times over.""Children aren't coloring books. You don't get to fill them with your favorite colors.""tention shifted to him like sunflowers turning to the sun.""But even when he wasn't around, he was.""When you kill a man, you steal a life. You steal a wife's right to a husband, rob his children of a father. When you tell a lie, you steal someone's right to the truth. When you cheat, you steal the right to fairness. There is no act more wretched than stealing.""e had a voice [...]

    3. I became what I am today at the age of twenty-nine, on a frigid overcast day in the winter of 2008. What I am about to tell you about what I became is going to be very shocking. It is going to manipulate your emotions. It may include some random words in my native language for no reason whatsoever. It will teach you unnecessary things about my culture. It will not be smarter than a fifth grader. And it will include as many cliches and as much foreshadowing as is humanly possible. You are going t [...]

    4. This is the sort of book White America reads to feel worldly. Just like the spate of Native American pop fiction in the late eighties, this is overwhelmingly colonized literature, in that it pretends to reveal some aspect of the 'other' culture, but on closer inspection (aside from the occasional tidbit) it is a thoroughly western story, firmly ensconced in the western tradition. Even those tidbits Hosseini gives are of such a vague degree that to be impressed by them, one would have to have alm [...]

    5. Finished this book about a month ago but it's taken me this long to write a review about it because I have such mixed feelings about it. It was a deeply affecting novel, but mostly not in a good way. I really wanted to like it, but the more I think about what I didn't like about the book, the more it bothers me. I even downgraded this review from two stars to one from the time I started writing it to the time I finished.Let's start off with the good, shall we? The writing itself was pretty good [...]

    6. Check out more of my reviews at bookaddicthaven'The Kite Runner' had been sitting on my TBR list for years. I kept putting it off because while I was sure that it would be a fantastic book, it isn't the type of smutty romance that I usually read. I knew that I'd have to be in the right kind of mood to read it. Finally, I found myself wanting to read something a little different to break me out of a reading rut and I downloaded the Audible version of 'The Kite Runner' and started listening.As exp [...]

    7. The kite runner, 2003, Khaled HosseiniThe Kite Runner is the first novel by Afghan-American author Khaled Hosseini. Published in 2003 by Riverhead Books, it tells the story of Amir, a young boy from the Wazir Akbar Khan district of Kabul, whose closest friend is Hassan. The story is set against a backdrop of tumultuous events, from the fall of Afghanistan's monarchy through the Soviet military intervention, the exodus of refugees to Pakistan and the United States, and the rise of the Taliban reg [...]

    8. i really wanted to like this novel. judging from its thousands of 'five-star reviews' hailing it as the one of the 'best books ever written,' i'm in the minority when i state that this novel, while well-intentioned, just left a little bit of sour taste in my mouth. my problems with the novel are as follows: first of all the writing itself is so ham-fistened, heavy-handed, distracting and otherwise puzzling that by the midway point, i seriously considered chucking the book against the wall. each [...]

    9. I'm really mad at myself for taking so long to read this. SUCH a good book, and while it may not be worthy of 5 stars for me, I really did love it and it broke my heart a hundred times. I look forward to reading Hosseini's other books, most likely this year.

    10. I liked this book a lot. Due to the uncomfortable nature of the story told, I'll probably never read it again, but I'm glad that I did read it once. I saw it as the story of one not very likeable boy growing up in a soon to be war torn region and his eventual struggle for redemption. I was quite surprised to see how popular some of the negative reviews of this book were and I'd like to comment on a few of the comments they contained. One condemnatory critic said "This is the sort of book White A [...]

    11. "لاجلك الف مرة ومرة "الامل ,الفرح ,الحزن .اليأس ,الحرب .الظلم , الخوف ,التوبة ,القوة , الضعفكل هذا مجتمع في هذه الروايةاتحداك ان تنسى هذه الرواية .هل تعرف الروايات التي تبقى عالقة في ذهنك ولا تنساها ولو قرأت فوقها مليون كتاب؟انها منهاهل تعرف الروايات التي يدق قلبك فيها بشدة وانت [...]

    12. I found this book a failure of courage and imagination -- all the more upsetting for the author's astute sense of detail and wonderful psychological depth. But ask yourself this: if the Taliban are real humans than why are they not represented as such? No doubt we will all love the movie as well.If you want to read a book on Afghanistan, I recommend Jason Elliot's An Unexpected Light.Below is my complete review:I started out loving this book. Hosseini is dead on target in his depiction of childr [...]

    13. After pondering long and hard, I'm going to try now to articulate just what it was about this book that sucked so much, why it has offended me so greatly, and why its popularity has enraged me even more. This book blew so much that I've been inspired to start my own website of book reviews for non-morons. So let us explore why. First, let's deal with the writer himself. Hosseini's father worked for Western companies while in Afghasnistan. While daddy (who I am guessing, from Hosseini's tragic ac [...]

    14. ”For you, a thousand times over.”We are currently experiencing some expressional difficulties. Should be back in business once emotions are in full functioning mode.

    15. Before I started this book, I distinctively remember running my hands over the cover, over the embossed letters that read, The Kite Runner, with not a thought spared but just a sense of hope and anticipation.Now, after I've finished it, I'm once again running my hands over them.Those letters that read, The Kite Runner. Those letters that mean a lot more than what they seemed to a few days ago.Yes.Oh. No.Yes.Oh.Oh.This is just a tiny fraction of "Oh"s that I felt during my journey through this be [...]

    16. آرامش پیچاندن پیچ زندگی در پایین ترین حد استسکوت خاموش کردن آن پیچ است.بستن آن است،بستن تمام آنتمام ستارگان آسمان برای کتاب هایی مثل بادبادک باز ، همسایه ها و که از واقعیات زندگی مردم و دردهایشان می گویند کم است و توهین آمیزاین پنج ستاره هم به سرنوشت من دچار شده اند و از پس تعر [...]

    17. Amir, a little boy growing up in the early 1970's in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, has the idyllic life, a wealthy father Baba, a widower, the mother died giving birth to Amir, he believes, the father hates him for that, in the most beautiful house some say in the city, a great friend Hassan, the son of Ali, a servant and loyal to the family. Baba and Ali had been friends too in childhood, strange since Hassan's father is just a Hazara (Mongol), Hassan's promiscuous mother, had left them to [...]

    18. This is a wonderful, moving novel set in the Afghanistan of the early 70’s and of today, about a young boy and his friend growing up in Kabul. Amir desperately wants his father’s approval, but Baba is not quick to give it. He is a rich man, brimming with macho vibrancy, while his son is a different sort altogether. Amir is fast friends with Hassan, the son of his father’s servant. They are as close as brothers. But, beset by bullies, an event occurs that changes Amir’s life. There is muc [...]

    19. عانيت كثيرا من ضيق فى التنفس أثناء قراءتى لهذه الرواية , و خصوصا الجزء الأول, الأمر الذى كان له أثر على معدل قراءتى لها حتى اكتشفت أن ما اعترانى لم تكن حالة مرضية و إنما من فرط حبس أنفاسي خلال القراءة لهفة و شوقا إلى متابعة الأحداث **حدث بالفعلملاحظاتى العامة عن الرواية كانت فى [...]

    20. So I started Kite Runner two nights ago after finishing Blink. It took me a week or so with Blink since I wasn’t very enthralled, making it easier to put it down at night when it was my bed time.Kite Runner, I started over a long weekend and could not for the life of me put it down. I was so hooked I even found myself reading Bing’s copy when I was over at Deesh and Bing’s this weekend playing an invigorating (and might I add victorious) game of girls vs. boys Cranium and then Cheez Geek ( [...]

    21. This is one strain of the virus we call Middlebrow Literature. Issuetastic fiction that turns up-to-date, politically loaded topical material into powerful works of stating the obvious whose aim is to educate the Uninformed or Casually Interested Westerner in the ways of another culture at a time when that culture or nation is under scrutiny, or has the western gaze upon it and needs to answer for itself in an accessible and heart-tugging manner. Now and then we will accept literature from far-o [...]

    22. I read this novel five years ago and I confess, at that time, It was my best read for some time.I enjoyed this book.Amir the narrator of novel has narrated it beautifully.The sense of insecurity in the father-son relation has been woven nicely and the sense of redemption and guilt is main theme in the psyche of narrator.I found entire story heart wrenching and the scenes and plot around the friendship of two boys from two different and opposite strata of the society were perfectly written and co [...]

    23. هل تعلم يا صديقى هذا النوع من الروايات التى لا تستطيع الفرار منها ؟ كلما حاولت الابتعاد ، تدنو هى منك تحاول نسيانها ، فتتدافع كل تفاصيلها فى ذاكرتك ، كما قرأتها . " إنها قصة لا تنسى ، تظل معك لسنوات إنها قوية لحد جعل كل ما قرأته بعدها ، ولفترة طويلة ، يبدو بلا طعم " إزابيل أللين [...]

    24. ”When you kill a man, you steal a life. You steal his wife’s right to a husband, rob his children of a father. When you tell a lie, you steal someone’s right to the truth. When you cheat, you steal the right to fairness. There is no act more wretched than stealing.”I’m going to be honest with you. To read this book was a constant struggle, not because I didn’t like the writing style, not because it was bad and not because it was boring. No, if anything “The Kite Runner” was so ha [...]

    25. I must admit that although I had heard plenty of people mention The Kite Runner, I hadn’t actually paid much attention to what was said about it other than, “It was wonderful!” So, a few days ago and several years after the book came out, I heard a couple of people discussing the “wonderful” book I decided to read it.The first day, I read about a third of the novel (Hassan is raped, Amir feels bad, well sort of, he feels bad that Hassan is raped yes, but even worse because Hassan’s r [...]

    26. I AM SO EMOTIONAL DON'T TOUCH ME.This story was beautiful and I learned so much from it and man. Just so good.I also read this for #diversathon (even though I'm finishing it about a week later) and I really feel like I learned so much about a culture that I really knew nothing about. It was eye opening and interesting and so educational. The characters were beautifully written and Amir was fantastically developed. Overall the plot was engaging though the pacing lacked at times. The message was b [...]

    27. I loved this book. Annoyed with myself for not reading it sooner esp after I read & loved A Thousand Splendid Suns.Totally heartbreaking. Although it was not worthy of 5 stars for me due to the predictability of the story but I still loved this book to bits. Such an amazing story/journey. The film was so bad though.

    28. “There are a lot of children in Afghanistan, but little childhood.”I’ve read books before with an unreliable narrator and also read accounts of cowardice and shame. Amir, the first-person protagonist and narrator from Hosseini’s 2003 novel, filled me with such disgust and loathing that I almost put the book down at 25%.My doctor would say that Amir suffered from AWDD – Ass whooping deficiency disorder and I would enthusiastically second that diagnosis.That said, I invite everyone to re [...]

    29. lovely book,specially use of metaphor and hyperbole.Just loved way of writing."“When you kill a man, you steal a life. You steal his wife's right to a husband, rob his children of a father. When you tell a lie, you steal someone's right to the truth. When you cheat, you steal the right to fairness.”"

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