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review “Muslim” ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB î ❮Reading❯ ➺ “Muslim” ➲ Author Zahia Rahmani – Connecfloor.co.uk Muslim A Novel is a genre bending poetic reflection on what it means to be Muslim from one of France's leading writers In this novel the second in a trilogy Rahmani's narrator contempSonal relationship of language within the fraught history of Islam Drawing inspiration from the oral histories of her native Berber language the Koran and French children's tales Rahmani combines fiction and lyric essay in to tell an important story both powerful and visionary of identity persecution and violence.

review “Muslim” ñ PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB Zahia Rahmani an author and art historian at the National Institute for Art History in France was born in Algeria during the Algerian War of Independence Her father was an accused Harki who was imprisoned as a traitor by the Algerians after the war He escaped prison and fled with his family to France in Rahmani now lives in Paris and Oise France.

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  • Paul Fulcher

    review “Muslim” ñ PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB “Muslim” Not even for those close to me I wouldn’t be just an exile an immigrant an Arab a Berber a Muslim or a foreigner but something Despite all they might do to force me back into these categories I wouldn’t return to those places I would strive to find in these words whatever they had of the universal of the beautiful of the human of the sublime The rest the dark flipside of the particulars I would leave for those starving for identity politics I would continue to love my mother tongue and I would see how it linked me to Arab people to Semetic peoples to “Muslim” and to “Jewish” I wanted to learn everything that had been kept from me about these people and their languagesZahia Rahmani's 2005 Muselman Roman was the second in a loose trilogy of novels about the dispossessed In 2019 it has been translated from French into English by Matthew Reeck who rather impressi


  • Marina

    review “Muslim” ñ PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB “Muslim” Books 69 2019 37 of 5 stars Why this books is really saaaad why we cannot live without borderies of religion country and accusations I feel really depressed when reading this books especially most of it about an heart voice from an women who just wanna be a wanderer without being noticed as one of kinds terorrism part The open ending is left me an speechless moment view spoilerShould i assume she will be dead TT hide spoiler


  • Melissa

    review “Muslim” ñ PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB “Muslim”Muslim is a book that I ran across by accident while curating a selection of Muslim writers for a display at the bookstore Which in the most ironic way plays into the central tenet of Rahmani's novel that Muslim is used as a monolith a label tha


  • Brittany

    review “Muslim” ñ PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB “Muslim”There were moments where I really appreciated the writing style but this just isn’t a book for me There were too many different types of writing going on and no real story Which works in poetry but this was presented as some kind of novel I don’t know I appreciate it somewhat for what it was but not for me


  • Kukasina Kubaha

    review “Muslim” ñ PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB “Muslim”Finally a book about the existential crises I’ve been having for most of my life Finally a book about “Muslim” and its dangers as a monolith; about denying the spectrums of peo


  • Jonathan

    review “Muslim” ñ PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB “Muslim”A very well written fantasy novellanot a novel An academic creatives a narrative voice for the generalized pain and horror of displacement and war Her narrative voice lashes out at the other be it unnamed westerners or Arabs She wants place identity and comfort the privilege of a life free from the categorization imposed by others Then she wanders East to seek its antithesis Like some sort of fellow suffering sojourner in a refugee camp In the 80s 90s 00s or nowDid you know they find fossil whales in the desert


  • Rachel Atakpa

    review “Muslim” ñ PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB “Muslim”“‘If you await the real’ the soothsayer said ‘it’s because it’s already shown you what it is’ — What foolishness that the engines of war ignore the force they’re trying to mime”


  • Ida

    review “Muslim” ñ PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB “Muslim”I actually did not finish it I could not I just could not relate with the book It is translated from French there is a possibilty that the translation does not “fully covered” the original version aka it is a bad translation Or my English is worse than I thought


  • Noah Skocilich

    review “Muslim” ñ PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB “Muslim”This is one of those books that even though I couldn’t necessarily tell you what it was about I could still tell you how it affected me And I’m glad to have listened to Zahia Rahmani for the hour or so it took to read this book


  • Seema Yasmin

    review “Muslim” ñ PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB “Muslim”A love letter to us the outcasts the hyphenated others those who have lost tongues and gained dialects Zahia Rahmani speaks to the religious fairy tales of my girlhood the Muslim lore we listened to while learning the Arabic alphabet Muslim challenges the borders of genre much like Rahmani pushes up against the boundaries of multiple overlapping identities investigating imposed definitions and complicating what it means to be colonized woman Muslim