[PDF] De dood van Murat Idrissi by Tommy Wieringa



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    He is not only a stranger now he is an enemy He has nothing left in common with the nice boy she saw yesterdayThe final book from the Man Booker International longlist and a shortlist contender for meThe Death of Murat has been translated by Sam Garrett from Tommy Wieringa's 2017 Dutch original De dood van Murat IdrissiGarrett is t

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    45★s“Thouraya’s hair was blowing wildly in the wind They smoked one cigarette after the other in silence Ilham admired her her independence and her fearlessness – she took what was coming to her she was bellicose in everything including her desires Thouraya – and this was what she admired most – had t

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    Let me start with the positive feedback You can read this booklet in little than an hour and it really captivates you As the title and the blurb immediately give away it’s based on a true story of a Moroccan migrant who was smuggled over the Strait of Gibraltar Wieringa brings this story in a swirling style w

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    This novella is a relentless compulsive driven and desperate story of two young women whose good intentions lead them to make ever terrible choices The way I experienced reading this novel reminded me of reading Of

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    There is an amazingly well written prologue And then there is basically the dead body of a boy and two women wondering how

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    Thank you scribepub for sending me a copy of The Death of Murat Idrissi to review in my uest to read the Man Boo

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    It’s safe to say without spoiling the plot that Tommy Wieringa’s very short novel The Death of Murat Idrissi translated from the

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    Another reminder of the perils people face in trying to reach a country with supposedly better opportunitiesThe book has a great prologue which to me was probably the highlight The two young women in the story show all the smarts of preschooler They travel on a whim to Morocco with little money and one with her sisters passport they met up with a local lad who convinces them to help another local lad to hide i

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    A very short but griping story Two women with Maroccon roots but Dutch by nationality smuggle someone illegaly into Europe But things go completely wrongThe migration theme ie escaping your destiny fleeing your country not belonging anywhere is the major theme in this novel Some people escape their fate and got to Europe because their parents made the right choice When going back to their roots they feel like not belonging ther

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    This short 100 page novella really packs a punch I was invested in the decision making of these two young women during their whole journey and i

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