[BOOKS] ✭ Tätt intill dagarna: berättelsen om min mor By Mustafa Can – Varanus.us

Tätt intill dagarna: berättelsen om min morG Ll Can D De P Sk Vde Sygehus I Januar 2005.Hun Blev F Dt I Kurdistan En Gang I Slutningen Af 1930 Erne, F Dte Syv B Rn, Der D De, Og Otte, Der Overlevede Udvandrede Til Sverige I 1970 Erne.Hvem Var Denne Kvinde, Familiens Kraftfulde Midtpunkt Som Hverken Kunne L Se Eller Skrive, Og Som Mustafa Som Barn Skammede Sig Over Under Morb Rtr Ets Skygge Er Mustafa Can Fors G P At Forst Sin Mor, Og Han N R Frem Til En Verden Af Indest Ngte F Lelser Og Ensomhed, Men Ogs Af Betingelsesl S K Rlighed Og Menneskets Evne Til At Rejse Sig Fra Nederlag.

[BOOKS] ✭ Tätt intill dagarna: berättelsen om min mor By Mustafa Can – Varanus.us
  • Paperback
  • 297 pages
  • Tätt intill dagarna: berättelsen om min mor
  • Mustafa Can
  • Swedish
  • 16 September 2018
  • 9789172320604

    10 thoughts on “[BOOKS] ✭ Tätt intill dagarna: berättelsen om min mor By Mustafa Can – Varanus.us


  1. says:

    How can you love a stranger This is the question Mustafa Can tries to answer while watching his mother slowly die from a liver disease Because who is this woman who has given birth to 15 children and watched 7 of them die, who has moved from Kurdistan to Sweden, who couldn t read or write and in spite of never learning to speak Swedish, was the centre of the family in both Kurdistan and Sweden Mustafa Can tries to get his mother to tell him about herself while she slowly fades away and after her death and her burial in the home village, he talks with his father, his extended family and the people in the village.Everybody tells about this self sacrificing woman who lived for her husband and especially her children, who understood what it is to be a mother and who always struggled to give the best to her children Only negative thing anybody says is that she maybe loved her children too much but she always believed that you can never love too much or be loved to much.Can struggles with his guilt over feeling ashamed of his mother when she showed up in his Swedish school and looked so different from the other women in the way she dressed and how she always covered her hair They share a beautiful moment when he begs for her forgiveness and she tells him that she knew he was ashamed, that she maybe even knew it before he himself did, th...


  2. says:

    I mina gon r det fr mst en bok om utvandringen Gulli Can r en av de m nga kvinnor som l mnat sitt hem och p gott och ont skapat ett nytt liv i ett fr mmande land Mest f r sina barn, f r att hon alltid f rblev en fr mling Boken r skriven med s mycket k rlek som v ger upp all sorg i Gullis liv.


  3. says:

    I can t think of words strong enough to describe this book and how it has touched me Gullu Can was born in Kurdistan, lost 7 of her children, moved to Sweden and is now spending her final days surrounded by her family ...


  4. says:

    Guilt drives Can s quest to learn who his mother really was The answer is one of redemption the kind that only a mother can provide As one grows older and learns through experience the often difficult choices your parents had to make to make a life for themselves and their children, it is difficult not to feel guilt Guilt over having taken so many things for granted, including your own parents It is hard to see the woman in your mother What this book ultimately teaches you is that parents make sacrifices to that their children will not have to question the love they receive It is OK to take our parents for granted to some degree At the same time the book teaches you to pause and consider the choices your parents had to make to fully appreciate those choices This book makes you want to pick up the phone and call your mother, talk to her, apologize for ever taking her for granted I hope this book will eventually be released in English so people can experience this fantastic ...


  5. says:

    Detta r inte en roman, snarare ett detaljerat reportage fr n en d dsb dd, med inslag av h gkomster Emotionellt jobbigt att l sa om den l ngdragna d dsprocessen R rande var skildringen av moderns bes k i Stockholm, f rs ken att ...


  6. says:

    Insiktsfullt och med vackert spr k ber ttat om att l mna ett hemland och priset som betalas, om sorg, fattigdom, kulturkrockar och vad inneb r det att vara en god m nniska En bok som inrymmer allt det stora.


  7. says:

    Mor, r inte bara en person Mor r en hel plats i den h r v rlden.


  8. says:

    Ja, nej, ja, nej, ja, nejHemma blir borta, borta blir hemma I Sverige s ger jag hemma i byn Och i byn hemma i Sverige Jag kan inte f l nderna att byta plats Jag vill flytta Sveriges sociala trygghet och fria, ppna samh lle till byn, eller flytta byns m nniskor, sedv njor och dofter till Sverige Arbetet blir nd en vilopunkt fr n sorgen, ngesten och saknaden som din d d f rde med sig Dessutom slipper jag oroa mig f r hur du m r Hur mycket jag...


  9. says:

    Can ble k ret til rets svenske forfatter for denne boka, som i utgangspunktet handler om hans mor Ja, n har jeg lest denne flotte boka, og er glad for det Dette er en sterk og f lsom bok Den gir en sjeldent god innsikt i f lelser og opplevelser familier enkeltpersoner som m utvandre bli innvandrere i et nytt land, opplever Jeg tror dette er en bok som kan treffe de fle...


  10. says:

    Vet ikke om jeg kan gi denne en femmer, til det renner boken ut i sanden de siste hundre sidene Men fortellingen om ns d d, fram til farene erindringer er ferdige, er sterk kost Det er en bok om elske en fremmed, om at vi er fremmede for hverandre, men like mye om det v re innvandrer og outsider.

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