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La Nuit sacrée Dans L Enfant de sable, publi en 1985, 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. Free Read La Nuit sacrée [ author ] Tahar Ben Jelloun [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. 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 hisrecent 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 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 hisrecent 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 ...

  2. What a staggering novel

  3. La nuite sacr e, The Sacred Night the night of purge, the night of truth, the night of rebirth With this night, the 27th one of Ramadan, starts the Tahar Ben Jelloun s book a very promising beginning But what is next is just disappointing It is a tale about the role of woman in the Islamic world as a dark, dense, intricate, surrealistic, and almost unbearable story It is not only the mix between reality and hallucinations that disturbs, but also the blending of poetry and violence, and La nuite sacr e, The Sacred Night the night of purge, the night of truth, the night of rebirth With this night, the 27th one of Ramadan, starts the Tahar Ben Jelloun s book a very promising beginning But what is next is just disappointing It is a tale about the role of woman in the Islamic world as a dark, dense, intricate, surrealistic, and almost unbearable story It is not only the mix between reality and halluc...

  4. Worst book in ages Didn t manage to finish the last 20 pages.

  5. Great idea poor realization.

  6. This book was completely different from what I was expecting I ve read another book of his, La Remontee des Cendres couldn t find what the English title is , and I think I was expecting something similar sad and hard hitting And The Sacred Night is, but at the same time it really surprised me It s the sequel to The Sand Child, but I haven t read that and I completely understood what was happening in this book.I really liked how difficult it was to separate what was real and what was imagina This book was completely different from what I was expecting I ve read another book of his, La Remontee des Cendres couldn t find what the English title is , and I think I was expecting something similar sad and hard hitting And The Sacred Night is, but at the same time it really surprised me It s the sequel to The Sand Child, but I haven t read that and I completely understood what was happening in this book.I really liked how difficult it was to separate what was real and what was imaginary Zahra s story seems to always be wavering between the two, and what comes out of it, I think, is a story that is mysterious but also strangely satisfying, real, and easily relatable Don t get me wrong, what Zahra goes through is completely horrible and I would never say that I could understand how those events would affect something in real life, but I can connect to the emotions fear, horror, feeling lost, and like you don t know who you are, but also having...

  7. Nowhere near as good as the first book of this series THE SAND CHILD, which was absolutely brilliant, perhaps one of my favorite books of all time in fact Just read and taught the first one this semester There is no end to the magic and mystery of that slim novel But this sequel acts as a boring literal key to a lot of the charming mystery of the first And it loses all the multi vocal orality of the first as well A real disappointment But anyone who loves really complicated non linear, mul Nowhere near as good as the first book of this series THE SAND CHILD, which was absolutely brilliant, perhaps one of my favorite books of all time in fact Just read and taught the first one this semester There is no end to the magic and mystery of that slim novel But this sequel acts as a boring literal key to a lot of the charming mystery of the first And it loses all the multi vocal orality of the first as well A real disappointment But anyone who loves really complicated non linear, multi vocal na...

  8. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here A continuation of the story established in The Sand Child, this time from the perspective of the main character, a woman who has lived out her childhood years as a man, the book is the heart wrenching story...

  9. I was truly expecting a masterpiece and it did start wonderfully until the woman man weirdo started telling her his its life, and then it went downhill, was crude and made no sense at all.

  10. Somehow I didn t enjoy this book as much as the first book L enfant de sable and this book is supposed to be the true story I don t know what that says about me But still 4 stars because I loved the first one so much, I couldn t ever actually dislike this book, not as long as Zahra is there spoilers below I just kind of viscerally hate the Consul and I don t understand her relationship with him and I hate that it took over the book Or is the point of the book I don t know I know relatio Somehow I didn t enjoy this book as much as the first book L enfant de sable and this book is supposed to be the true story I don t know what that says about me But still 4 stars because I loved the first one so much, I couldn t ever actually dislike this book, not as long as Zahra is there spoilers below I just kind of viscerally hate the Consul and I don t understand her relationship with him and I hate that it took over the book Or is the point of the book I don t know I know relationship stuff is not the point of the book, it s not like this is a normal book with a clear narrative, that s not the point I m just disappointed because Zahra dese...

  11. Neither a woman s body full and greedy, nor a body of serene and strong man I was in between, that is, hell I can not be objective when i mtalking about Tahar Ben Jelloun.Whatever he says, I have the impression that the music of his words speaks directly to my soul.It was through him, that I ve discovered that the perception of time is linear in the West, and spiraled in the East Every time I finish a book by Tahar Ben Jelloun, I feel that I have gained humanity, because I let myself be car Neither a woman s body full and greedy, nor a body of serene and strong man I was in between, that is, hell I can not be objective when i mtalking about Tahar Ben Jelloun.Whatever he says, I have the impression that the music of his words speaks directly to my soul.It was through him, that I ve discovered that the perception of time is linear in the West, and spiraled in the East Every time I finish a book by T...