La Nuit sacrée

La Nuit sacrée Dans L Enfant De Sable, Publi En , Ahmed Tait La Fille D Un Homme Humili De Ne Pas Avoir D H Ritier M Le, Et Qui Avait D Cid , Dans Le Secret De La Maison, Que Celle Ci En Serait Un Elev E En Gar On, Habill E En Gar On, Son Histoire Tait Dite Par Un Conteur Incertain, Fabulateur Peut Tre Dans La Nuit Sacr E, Ahmed Devenu Vieux Ou Vieille Prend Son Tour La Parole Et Livre Sa Propre Version Des V Nements La Vraie , Son Autobiographie En Somme Le R Cit, Comme Embo T Dans Le Pr C Dent Peut Cependant Se Lire Isol Ment

Tahar Ben Jelloun Arabic is a Moroccan writer The entirety of his work is written in French, although his first language is Arabic He became known for his 1985 novel L Enfant de Sable The Sand Child Today he lives in Paris and continues to write He has been short listed for the Nobel Prize in Literature.

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  • Paperback
  • 188 pages
  • La Nuit sacrée
  • Tahar Ben Jelloun
  • 17 June 2017
  • 9782020255837

10 thoughts on “La Nuit sacrée

  1. says:

    This is the second novel that I ve read by famed Moroccan author Tahar Ben Jelloun I must confess that I wasn t quite a fan of his recent novel, Le Bonheur conjugal However, La Nuit sacr e , his 1987 Prix Goncourt winning novel is a completely different story For me, Le Bonheur conjugal and La Nuit sacr e are two worlds apart I critiqued Le Bonheur conjugal for being conventional, slow moving and repetitive La Nuit sacr e , however , I found incredibly bold, gripping and out of the ordinary But perhaps I m getting ahead of myself This novel is about a young woman she is not named in the novel, which is in itself significant who strives to begin life anew after her young life is ruined due to a horrible and secret family tragedy.Now the way that she endeavours to break with her past is in itself very interesting We follow her through a series of hallucinatory scenes which could either be fantasy or reality In fact, throughout the novel, the woman is constantly dipping between reality and fantasy, life and death, and she tries to break away from the chains of her past and present circumstances.Along the way, she meets with tragedy, and one incredibly beautiful and poignant love story There is also a horrific scene towards the end of the novel that was difficult for me to read through so reader discretion is advised there is a lot of disturbing violence against women in the novel.This novel is complex and merits a second reading One of the novel s themes seems to be how women are so undervalued in the society where this women comes from They are even referred to at one point as nothing than a hole between legs.I loved the dreamy, hallucinatory feel of this novel and the love story The closest novel that I could compare to this one is Marcus Malte s Le Gar on , which is also about the main character s dream like journey through life As was the case for Le Gar on , I think this novel merits a full five stars.

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    Ti p n i a tr c t , m thi ng k v h nh tr nh c a Amed Zhara sau m nh m nh m i v i c ch m d t v i ng i n y nh ng gi i tho t cho k kh c C ti p t c i t m l i b n th n v gi i t nh th c c a m nh khi n b giam h m qu l u trong cu c i c a m t ng i n ng C th t i ng ng kh ng ti n ho n kh ng l t x c, n t l i kh i b x y v kh ng c m th y g h t n ch ng ph i l m t c th n b y n v ham mu n, c ng ch ng ph i l m t c th n ng thanh th n v kho m nh t i ng gi a c hai, ngh a l a ng c T n gi o v nh ng suy ngh c h c th hu ho i cu c i con ng i m t c ch v nh vi n, d h c c t do th b ng ma qu kh v n kh ng th bu ng tha.

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    Uhhhh Jedna od onih neponovljivih prica koje ti nedaju da ispustis knjigu dok je ne procitas, osjetis, dok te slova ne tetoviraju Predivno napisana, beskrajno prepuna emocija, prica o borbi sa onim sto jesi i nisi, lincovanje svojih zelja zarad ljubavi Potpuni masakr od zadovoljstva procitanog

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    sono incapace di dirvi se si trattasse di una visione, di un incubo o della realt Il silenzio stanca nell animo e pu diventare un sacco di sabbia.La storia della ragazza Ahmed comincia nel romanzo Creatura di sabbia dove vicende concentriche s intrecciano dando molteplici versioni su quello che successe Un finale aperto dove io personalmente avevo gi collocato delle immagini come se avessi davanti un puzzle da ricostruire Ma cosa accadde veramente solo la diretta interessata pu raccontarlo E una storia che sa di magia e di sogno E una storia che fa assaggiare il bene ed il male e nessuno di quelli che ha voluto raccontarla ne uscito bene chi folle, chi senza memoria.Premetto che non sono d accordo sulla lettura di questo romanzo senza aver letto Creatura di sabbia perch se vero che Jelloun tratteggia ci che era stato allo stesso tempo c un filo conduttore emotivo che ha senso solo con le due letture.In Notte fatale il sogno diventa un incubo in cui c un alternarsi di realt e stati allucinatori e preveggenti.La 27 notte del mese di Ramadam la notte in cui si suggellano i destini La notte della confessione di un padre sul letto di morte La notte di una figlia che deve perdonare.La notte fatale.Dopo questa notte, a 20 anni, Ahmed si sveste degli abiti maschili e rinasce un altra volta donna Il padre le impartir una sorta di nuovo battesimo Zahara.Da qui un viaggio dentro e fuori di s.Un bagno in una mitica fonte dell oblio per cancellare il ricordo di una vita passata non voluta La conquista della libert da costrizioni sociali, religiose e familiari, tuttavia, non cosa facile e soprattutto non gratuita E sufficiente allontanarsi perch il ricordo non faccia pi ombra sull anima

  7. says:

    J ai pas trop aim ce livre

  8. says:

    What a staggering novel

  9. says:

    Quel beau voyage entre le r ve et la contr e insoumise des dunes et de l amour 4,5 5

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