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10 thoughts on “Sweet and Sour Milk Variations on the Theme of An African Dictatorship #1

  1. says:

    Intense and captivating I am conflicted The characters are so endearing and believable that the thought of them being made up is heartbreaking

  2. says:

    This is your secret entrance into daily life in Somalia Tea drinking reuired

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    I read this book as the first in our Around the World in 80 Books book club and I really enjoyed it It's the first work by a Somali author that I've read and I hope to continue on with the rest of this book series There i

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    Africa for nearly a century was governed with the iron hand of European colonial economic interests these ran Africa as though it were a torture chamber Africa has known the iron rod the whiplash thumb screwing and removing of testicles Afric

  5. says:

    Brilliantly written with a fascinating plot Sweet and Sour Milk is the first novel in Farah's Variations on the Theme of an

  6. says:

    Excellent lite

  7. says:

    Gripping intense yet slow

  8. says:

    A little too repetitious and self conscious to be completely engaging but still a fascinating read It is dated dealing as it does with Soviet influence across Africa and yet sadly still uite timely in recounting the overwhelming damage done by a self aggrandizing African dictator to ordinary people who love their country More importantly its exploration of the bonds between brothers and sisters husbands and wives lovers and trib

  9. says:

    An interesting book but the writing style wasn't my cup of tea I don't like poetry and it seemed overly poetic t

  10. says:

    Sweet and souer milk covers the dictatorship and resistance in Somalia

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review Õ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Õ Nuruddin Farah

Winner of the 1980 English Speaking Union Literary AwardThe first novel in Farah's universally acclaimed Variations on the Theme of an African Dictatorship trilogy Sweet and Sour Milk chronicles one man's search for the re. Intense and captivating I am conflicted The characters are so endearing and believable that the thought of them being made up is heartbreaking Nevertheless it is an excellent book Social roles mothers sisters brothers fathers uneducated educated religious secular conservative liberal rich poor tribal national They re all subtley woven together This book is a work of art

review Sweet and Sour Milk Variations on the Theme of An African Dictatorship #1

Sweet and Sour Milk Variations on the Theme of An African Dictatorship #1

Asons behind his twin brother's violent death during the 1970s The atmosphere of political tyranny and repression reduces our hero's uest to a passive and fatalistic level; his search for reasons and answers ultimately bec. Brilliantly written with a fascinating plot Sweet and Sour Milk is the first novel in Farah s Variations on the Theme of an African Dictatorship trilogy It chronicles the uest on the reasons behind the mysterious death of the main character s twin brother However this book shall not be read with the end goal in mind who killed the brother For it is not a crime novel rather it is a poignant commentary of Somalia s social religious and political realities in the 70s Somalia is a prison We are the prisoners the Security the Green Guards are the jailers and the General the Grand Warder of them all p 210 Sweet and Sour Milk

review Õ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Õ Nuruddin Farah

Omes a search for meaning The often detective story like narrative of this novel thus moves on a primarily interior plane as Farah takes us deep into territory he has charted and mapped and made uniuely his own Chinua Ache. A little too repetitious and self conscious to be completely engaging but still a fascinating read It is dated dealing as it does with Soviet influence across Africa and yet sadly still uite timely in recounting the overwhelming damage done by a self aggrandizing African dictator to ordinary people who love their country More importantly its exploration of the bonds between brothers and sisters husbands and wives lovers and tribesmen is beautiful heartbreaking and timeless Not an easy novel to get through but largely enjoyable

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