السجينة #2020

السجينة Malika Oufkir مليكة أوفقير

  • Title: السجينة
  • Author: Malika Oufkir مليكة أوفقير
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Hardcover
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      Published :2019-08-09T21:51:14+00:00

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    1. I expected to love this book because memoirs of people who have faced life s biggest challenges and survived are generally my favorite stories, but this one left me cold While I was sympathetic to this family s plight, I disliked the writer and would have preferred a less unbiased account Milika sounds, even at 40, like a spoiled child She takes credit for everything her family s escape, the children s education, the family s entertainment, maintaining their sanity is there anything Milika can t [...]

    2. Compelling true life events are told in a haphazard manner with no story telling ability Although I was intellectually horrified at what this family was subjected to and amazed at their determination to survive, the story was told with such detachment that I consequently felt emotionally detached I know it s nonfiction but I expected to FEEL something and the cold, disjointed litany of facts left me wanting Her descriptions of everything from people, to events, to material aspects of her world w [...]

    3. An amazing memoir of a family in prison for 20 years A story of courage and strength and the love that held them through the darkest times of their lives Emerging from a life in a palace for Malika Oukfir, to living in the squalor of the Moroccan gaols Tremendous dignity upheld by all throughout Unbelievable disturbing account of political injustice 4 stars.

    4. One night over a delicious dinner filled with literary conversation, my friend who had recently visited Africa gave me this book on the life of Malika Oufkir In America, the book is titled Stolen Lives and was an Oprah Book Club book, but as my friend was Canadian, my copy came from abroad and was titled Le Prisonnierre.Here s the horrible gist Malika Oufkir is the daughter of the King of Morocco s most trusted advisor When her father tries to depose the king, the entire family is punished Her f [...]

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