The Bookseller of Kabul

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Two weeks after September 11th, award-winning journalist Asne Seierstad went to Afghanistan to report on the conflict there. In the following spring she returned to live with an Afghan family for several months. For more than twenty years Sultan Khan ...Continua
Mati
Ha scritto il 18/07/16
Freddo

Il tema e' molto interessante e affascinante leggere come viva una famiglia a Kabul, ma la scrittura e' fredda, molto giornalistica, che mi ha colpito poco al cuore.

LaMarzia
Ha scritto il 20/08/15

Suggestiva fotografia di una realtà sconosciuta. Interessante e ben scritto.

Clauds
Ha scritto il 20/08/12

An essay on how to bite the hand that feeds you...

krin5292
Ha scritto il 11/04/10
My thoughts
This was an interesting look at the lives of people in Afghanistan during and after the Soviet occupation in the 1980s and the Taliban rule in the 1990s. One scene that has stayed with me is when the women in the burqas have to know what shoes each i...Continua
Ebony Rose
Ha scritto il 16/01/10
Repetitive
It seems to go on about how marriage is for women in afganistan and repeats the same trials but different women go through which was a little boring, there are a couple of good chapters in it ( the carpenter being one). I didn't really connect with t...Continua

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