Syngué sabourPierre de patience E–book/E–pub


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    characters Ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Atiq Rahimi Syngué sabourPierre de patience E–book/E–pub Atiq Rahimi ↠ 4 Read A nameless Afghan woman pours out her heart to her comatose husband who lies wounded from a skirmish The wounds were accidentally inflicted by his own troops She begins to think of him as her patience stone from a Middle Eastern fable which will lessen her troubles fears and guilt by telling it her stories Pointl

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    review Syngué sabourPierre de patience Atiq Rahimi ↠ 4 Read Syngué sabourPierre de patience E–book/E–pub It is a vexing fact that women are the most beleaguered members of Afghan society Long before the arrival of the Taliban Afghan women struggled for basic rights Outside of a few urban pockets the ironclad rule of patriarch

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    characters Ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Atiq Rahimi Syngué sabourPierre de patience E–book/E–pub This has got to be one of the most powerful and illuminating books I have ever read As Khaled Hosseini states in the introduction for this book It is a vexing fact that women are the most beleaguered members of Afghan society Long before the arrival of the Taliban Afghan women struggled for basic rights Outside of a few urban pock

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    Atiq Rahimi ↠ 4 Read Syngué sabourPierre de patience E–book/E–pub I found this book to be a horror storyRE READ 09212015Seriously this book could not be horrifying depressing and completely pointless If you want to read about how horrible life is for Muslim women in the Middle East and endless stories of how they are raped beaten abused spit on owned as property treated as lower than d

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    characters Ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Atiq Rahimi Atiq Rahimi ↠ 4 Read Syngué sabourPierre de patience E–book/E–pub There are some things I admit that I just don't get A woman a brain dead man a bullet torn street a battle being fought outside the doors so far so good Most of the novel takes place within this room between these two people though there are a few exceptions He is her husband they are in Afghanistan where women are treated as property and because he cannot hear nor react she tells him all her frustrations and her secrets The th

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    Syngué sabourPierre de patience E–book/E–pub Atiq Rahimi ↠ 4 Read characters Ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Atiq Rahimi This is a short but powerful novel well deserving of the 2008 Prix Goncourt Through the revelations of one nameless woman's secrets Ati Rahimi speaks for Afghan women down through the ages silenced and negated by religion and tribalism As you read you may be struck with wonder that the author is a man The legend of the patience stone the san

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    review Syngué sabourPierre de patience Atiq Rahimi ↠ 4 Read Syngué sabourPierre de patience E–book/E–pub First off this is one tight book The translator Polly McLean pulled a Hemingway with this one Every sentence is accounted for and ever word conveyed a specific mood feeling and image Kudos to a flawless prose Now t

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    Atiq Rahimi ↠ 4 Read Syngué sabourPierre de patience E–book/E–pub To the patience stone according to the legend everyone can talk about everything that weighs on him about his bitterness and suffering and it in a mysterious way will listen to him and offer him relief The corresponding stone of pat

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    Syngué sabourPierre de patience E–book/E–pub Atiq Rahimi ↠ 4 Read This is an extraordinarily powerful novella despite being compressed on some 120 pages The story is both personal even intimate and wide reaching in substance and relevance At the centre of all comings and goings is one room where a woman attends to her wounded husband In a language that is at the same time si

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  • Paperback
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  • Syngué sabourPierre de patience
  • Atiq Rahimi
  • French
  • 01 December 2018
  • 9782846822770

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Syngué sabourPierre de patience Read Ì 4 Atiq Rahimi ↠ 4 Read characters Ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Atiq Rahimi Re approche Et la langue de la femme se délie tisse le récit d'une vie d'humiliations dans l'espoir d'une possible rédemption Syngué sabour est le prem. I found this book to be a horror storyRE READ 09212015Seriously this book could not be horrifying depressing and completely pointless If you want to read about how horrible life is for Muslim women in the Middle East and endless stories of how they are raped beaten abused spit on owned as property treated as lower than dogs and murdered over and over and over and over again with no hope and no redeeming features I would suggest you read Khaled Hosseini s books instead of this At least they have a bit of a point and a tiny glimpse of a possible future I would only read this book if you really really really want to depress yourselfNot to mention that this is written as if it is a one room play all the action taking place in one room Avant garde perhaps but hella boring And the writing style is choppy and annoying She picks up the little rug unfolds it and stretches it out on the ground The morning prayer done she remains sitting takes the Koran and opens it at the page marked with a peacock feather which she removes and holds in her right hand With her left she tells the prayer beadsAfter reading a few verses she puts back the feather closes the Koran and sits thoughtfully for a moment gazing at the feather peeking out of the sacred book She strokes it sadly at first then anxiouslyThe whole book is like this Very boring alternating with extremely depressing and painful with the most HORRIFYING and DISGUSTING ending you could even possibly imagine There s just no upside to reading this just zeroOriginally published in French

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Syngué sabourPierre de patience

Syngué sabourPierre de patience Read Ì 4 Atiq Rahimi ↠ 4 Read characters Ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Atiq Rahimi En Afghanistan peut être ou ailleurs une femme veille son mari blessé Au fond ils ne se connaissent pas Les heures et les jours passent tandis ue la guer. It is a vexing fact that women are the most beleaguered members of Afghan society Long before the arrival of the Taliban Afghan women struggled for basic rights Outside of a few urban pockets the ironclad rule of patriarchal tribal law has long denied women their right to work education adeuate health care and personal independence all of this made infinitely worse by three decades of war displacement and anarchy Afghan womanThough there have been some improvements in recent years far too many women continue to languish under the unuestioned absolute domination of tribal customs that deprive them of meaningful participation in societal life For far too long Afghan women have been faceless and voiceless Khaled HosseiniIn Afghanistan in a small rectangular room with turuoise walls and two curtains patterned with migrating birds frozen mid flight against a yellow and blue sky lies a comatose man on a red mattress on the floor He has been shot in the neck in a trivial brawl over honour He has a beard pepper and salt He is thin too thin His nose is hawk like His eyes have retreated into his sockets His arms lie passive along his sides Beneath his translucent skin the veins twine around the jutting bones of his body like sleeping worms A tube drips clear liuid into the crook of his arm from a plastic pouch attached to the wall just above his headA hand a woman s hand is resting on his chest over his heart rising and falling in time with his breath The woman is seated Knees pulled into her chest Head sunk between her knees In her other hand the left she holds a long string of black prayer beads Within reach open at the flyleaf and placed on a velvet pillow is a book the Koran The woman murmurs Al ahhar The man has been sick for sixteen days and the sixteenth name of God is Al ahhar the Dominant She repeats Al ahhar each time the man takes a breath And with every repetition one of the prayer beads slips through her fingers There are ninety nine beads Ninety nine times Al ahhar Only then is one cycle of the prayer beads complete The woman s passage of time is measured by the cycles of the prayer beads and the breaths of the manAll around them in the city and in the neighbourhood bombs explodeThe man is the woman s husband They have been married for ten years the first three while he was away fighting Not having attended his own marriage it was finally consummated at the end of the third yearThe woman asks Allah to make her husband well again so that he can return to her and their two small daughters She tenderly cares for him night and day changing the intravenous tube placing drops in his eyes and bathing him washing his feet his belly his genitals The woman tends to her husband After a while his enforced silence frees the woman to speak Your breath hangs on the ceiling of my secrets she says savouring the reversal of power I can talk to you about anything without being interrupted or blamed The supine object of her dramatic monologue becomes her sang e sabur the patience stone of Persian lore to which you confess everything in your heart everything you don t dare tell anyone The magic stone listens absorbing all your words all your secrets until one fine day it explodesAnd on that day you are set free from all your pain all your suffering During this process the woman becomes increasingly aware of the enormity of the injustices she has suffered In the monologues that follow the reader listens in on her tirades lamenting a life of misery in a society marked by brutality and neglectThis book contains crystal clear prose which completely captivates the reader Every word counts in short sentences redolent with symbolism An example of such prose is detailed below A fly sneaks into the heavy hush of the room Lands on the man s forehead Hesitant Uncertain Wanders over his wrinkles licks his skin No taste Definitely no taste The fly makes its way down into the corner of his eye Still hesitant Still uncertain It tastes the white of the eye then moves off Nothing chases it away It resumes its journey getting lost in the beard climbing the nose Takes flight Explores the body Returns Settles once on the face Clambers on to the tube stuffed into the half open mouth Licks it moves right along it to the edge of the lips No spit No taste The fly continues enters the mouth And is engulfed The story s suspense undoubtedly comes from the unresolved situation at the bedside of the woman s half dead husband in whom the woman confides and of her innermost thoughts and most intimate secrets while continuing to care for him In the end it all unexpectedly comes to a head in a catastrophe that can not be revealed hereThe author Ati Rahimi Born in Afghanistan in 1962 Ati Rahimi fled to France in 1984 There he made his name as a writer film and documentary maker of exceptional note Since 2001 he has returned to Afghanistan many times to se up a Writers House in Kabul and offer support and training to young writers and film makersHe was the winner of the Goncourt Prize 2008 for The Patience StoneBy spotlighting the civil strife under Taliban rule the novel tells in its discreet way the hopeless plight and underserved oppression of the women in Afghanistan It is also testimony to Rahimi s literary skills how vividly the war on the streets is depicted even though the entire tale unfolds within the confines of a single roomThe Patience Stone is a deceptively simple book written in spare prose but is a rich read with exploration of honour love sex marriage and war It is an important and courageous book giving voice to those who suffer most and cry out the least Women who have been objectified marginalised scorned beaten ridiculed and silencedHighly recommended

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Syngué sabourPierre de patience Read Ì 4 Atiq Rahimi ↠ 4 Read characters Ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Atiq Rahimi Ier livre d'Ati Rahimi directement écrit en français A la uestion pouruoi il repond «Il me fallait une autre langue ue la mienne pour parler des tabous?. To the patience stone according to the legend everyone can talk about everything that weighs on him about his bitterness and suffering and it in a mysterious way will listen to him and offer him relief The corresponding stone of patience for the protagonist of the story is her husband who is in a coma due to a clash in war torn Afghanistan He of course does not respond and nothing shows that he listens to everything his wife tells him but this also means that he cannot stop her or argue with her for daring to talk about things she should not So our heroine as she takes care of him with the few means she has speaks freely to him about all that torments her and did not dare to take it out of her about her worries about her life that offered her only sorrows about the position of women and the mentality of men that leads them to violent acts for his behaviour and the lack of tenderness that she so desperately needed for her deeply hidden secretsThrough this wonderful sometimes tender and sometimes intense but always moving monologue many things are revealed that I dare say that in many cases go beyond the experience of a Muslim woman and reach things that are universal I feel that the author opens a window to the female soul to the soul of this creature who longs for tenderness and understanding and asks for little things to be happy At the same time however there is a lot for men who constantly want to fight for great or small ideas that are never satisfied and are in a constant struggle to prove their manhood forgetting along the way what is really important These are not of course things that are limited to any part of the planet they are all around us and the author manages to highlight them in the best way inviting perhaps in some way men to really listen and women to speak and so that there may be a real unity of souls and bodies that leads to essential happiness