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A História de Meu Filho Epub A Hist Ria De Meu Filho Author Nadine Gordimer Oaklandjobs.co.uk Em A Hist Ria De Meu Filho, Nadine Gordimer Descreve Os Conflitos Com Que Uma Fam Lia Negra Sul Africana Se Depara Todos Os Dias O Pai, Sonny, Procura Encontrar Um Equil Brio Entre O Seu Compromisso Com A Liberta O Dos Seus Irm Os De Ra A E O Seu Amor Por Uma Mulher Branca Esta Representa Aquela Fac O De Cidad Os De Origem Europeia Que S O For Ados A Viver Num Sistema Que Acreditam Estar Errado Will, O Filho De Sonny E De Aila, A Esposa Negra, Tenta Compreender, Por Sua Vez, As Dif Ceis Rela Es Mantidas Por Aqueles Que O Rodeiam.Neste Livro, A Autora Retoma O Tema Do Apartheid, Presente Em Muitas Das Suas Obras, E Apresenta O Problema Racial Com Crua Veracidade E Sem Simplifica Es Tamb M A Hist Ria De Uma Fam Lia Cujos Membros Partilham Os Mesmos Ideais, Mas Apresentam Formas Diversas De Enfrentar E Resolver Os Problemas Sociais.

[Ebook] ↠ A História de Meu Filho  Author Nadine Gordimer – Hakkas.us
  • Hardcover
  • 253 pages
  • A História de Meu Filho
  • Nadine Gordimer
  • Portuguese
  • 10 September 2018
  • 8497891244 Edition Language Portuguese Characters

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  1. says:

    Will, playing truant, bumps into his father with a white woman at a movie theater A narrative unfolds of reflections enmeshed with aggressive personal bitterness and the political upheaval of the times in South Africa Nadine Gordimer s My Son s Story becomes the story of the son, the father, the mother, and the father s woman embedded in the interplay of race, gender, politics, family, love and commitmentIt was because of them whose pigments darkened the blood, procreated a murky dilution Will, playing truant, bumps into his father with a white woman at a movie theater A narrative unfolds of reflections enmeshed with aggressive personal bitterness and the political upheaval of the times in South Africa Nadine Gordimer s My Son s Story becomes the story of the son, the father, the mother, and the father s woman embedded in the interplay of race, gender, politics, family, love and commitmentIt was because of them whose pigments darkened the blood, procreated a murky dilution in the veins of the white town, disowned by the white town. The black and the real black what it is to have something of the white man in the veins It is not the same, of course It cannot be grasped together in one sweeping gesture of the arm The segregation exists not only from the white peo...


  2. says:

    The transition in South Africa, a long segregationist regime of oppression to a multiracial democracy, there was surprisingly peaceful and negotiated manner Thanks to the example of Nelson Mandela, who was released after 27 years in prison, and the moral conduct of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, as a bulwark of a new form of justice, the country did not disintegrate in new power struggles.Written with skill, although it should be said that some steps are not entirely successful, certainly leaves the The transition in South Africa, a long segregationist regime of oppression to a multiracial democracy, there was surprisingly peaceful and negotiated manner Thanks to the example of Nelson Mandela, who was released after 27 years in prison, and the moral conduct of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, as a bulwark of a new form of justice, the country did not disintegrate in new power struggles.Written with skill, although it should be said that some steps are not entirely s...


  3. says:

    Another wonderful book by Gordimer, I thought this was a seamlessly written gem Again Gordimer tells a riveting story, creates fully drawn characters, brilliantly uses interior monologue and descriptive writing, and at the same time inserts the insideousness of racism and the scars of apartheid between every line.Readers feel what it was like for blacks living in racist South Africa, and also an insightful look at the evolution of a marriage, a love affair, a father son relationship and a young Another wonderful book by Gordimer, I thought this was a seamlessly written gem Again Gordimer tells a riveting story, creates fully drawn characters, brilliantly uses interior monologue and descriptive writing, and at the same time inserts the insideousness of racism and the scars of apartheid between every line.Readers feel what it was like for blacks living in racist South Africa, and ...


  4. says:

    There is wisdom in this book, per usual for Gordimer She understands family and revolution But I tired of Will s ferocity towards his cheating father, and the father s fierce attachment to his lover Maybe another time.


  5. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here First off, I need to state this I am so happy to have had the good fortune to pick up this book For those of my friends who have heard of Blossoms bookshop, this is yet another reason why it s just SO awesome Second, please do not read the section between the spoiler marks unless a You ve already read this book or b You re not planning to read this bookNow, about the book itself, what struck me the most is the sheer intelligence of the writer Nadine Gordimer knows how to manip First off, I need to state this I am so happy to have had the good fortune to pick up this book For those of my friends who have heard of Blossoms bookshop, this is yet another reason why it s just SO awesome Second, please do not read the section between the spoiler marks unless a You ve already read this book or b You re not planning to read this bookNow, about the book itself, what struck me the most is the sheer intelligence of the writer Nadine Gordimer knows how to manipulate the minds of her readers and hold them captive in the world she paints around her characters The theme of this book seems commonplace enough an extra marital affair that gets found out But the backdrop against which it s set race tensions and uprisings for equality , combined with very complex characters, makes it anything but com...


  6. says:

    My Son s Story is a tough read The prose is gritty, but it is not evocative naturally it instead engages the reader to look for a connection With each paragraph, there is a feeling of discomfort The effort that goes to create and depict a unity between aspirations self of equality of freedom and context other of the anti apartheid movement in South Africa is distinctive The movement itself is not the highlight of the story It isa story of a transition from the innocence of adol My Son s Story is a tough read The prose is gritty, but it is not evocative naturally it instead engages the reader to look for a connection With each paragraph, there is a feeling of discomfort The effort that goes to create and depict a unity between aspirations self of equality of freedom and context other of the anti apartheid movement in South Africa is distinctive The movement itself is not the highlight of the story It isa story of a transition from the innocence of adolescence to the harshness of reality There came a point, not possible to determine exactly when, at which equality became a cry that couldn t be made out, had been misheard or misinterpreted, turned out to be something else finer Freedom The struggle is deeply personal for Sonny and his family, and it unfolds very differently for each member who becomes a part of it The magnetism of the fight I find is the essence of the resistance the felt voice of the collective The blacks were accustomed to closeness In queues for transport, fo...


  7. says:

    My dear friend Carrie lent me this book, which made me both elated I love getting book recommendations and nervous what if I didn t like it My fears were totally groundless though the book is awesome I had only heard of Gordimer in the context of a long New York Review of Books article about South African writers, which as is sometimes the case with the NYRB, made me...


  8. says:

    Full review at Smoke Mirrors Okay, finally done I get it I get the nuances, etc., of this narrative However, Gordimer s writing style did not endear her to me as an author However, with that said, I would like to read her Booker prize winning novel, The Conservationist This woman was awarded the Nobel in 1991 A white woman, she fought Apartheid, was raised and lived her life in South Africa, so I feel she is genuinely steeped in the culture Full review at Smoke Mirrors Okay, finally done I get it I get the nuances, etc., of this narrative However, Gordimer s writing style did not endear her to me as an author However, with that said, I would like to read her Booker prize winning novel, The Con...


  9. says:

    A young, black South African, who is playing hookey at a local cinema, runs into his father, a former school teacher and now an anti apartheid political activist, in the company of a blond woman who is obviously his lover Thus begins a tale, told primarily by the son, of complex political and familial entanglements Gordimer is an astute observer of the way lives, complicated enough already, become evenso in a treacherous and ever shifting political landscape like that which existed in he A young, black South African, who is playing hookey at a local cinema, runs into his father, a former school teacher and now an anti apartheid political activist, in the company of a blond woman who is obviously his lover Thus begins a tale, told primarily by the son, of complex political and familial entanglements Gordimer is an astute observer of the way lives, complicated enough already, become evenso in a treacherous and ever shifting political landscape like that which existed in her native South Africa for so many years She is also a master of shifting poin...


  10. says:

    Bu dokuz gen yolda m z ge en hafta vurup ld renler i in, bu l mler ger ekten anlams zd r Bunlar anlams z l mlerdir nk ka insan m z ld r l rse ld r ls n, insanlar m z n ezilmesi sonsuza dek s r p gitmeyecektir Bize kar giri ilecek hi bir iddet hareketi, BARI ve ADALET m cadelesini vurup ld rmeyecektir Sonny Tam da memleketimin tecr be etti i bar n ve adaletin ld r lme cabalar s recinde ok daha anlam ta yan bir kitap oldu Irk ayr m n n en sert muhaliflerinden Nobel Bu dokuz gen yolda m z ge en hafta vurup ld renler i in, bu l mler ger ekten anlams zd r Bunlar anlams z l mlerdir nk ka insan m z ld r l rse ld r ls n, insanlar m z n ezilmesi sonsuza dek s r p gitmeyecektir Bize kar giri ilecek hi bir iddet hareketi, BARI ve ADALET m cadelesini vurup ld rmeyecektir Sonny Tam da memleketimin tecr be etti i bar n ve adaletin ld ...

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