2084: La Fin du monde (PDF)


2084: La Fin du monde

Free read Î 2084: La Fin du monde å PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Istan Under their influence Ati begins to doubt He begins to think Now he will have to defend his thoughts with his life In 2084 Sansal dared to go much further than I did said Michel Houellebec the controversial novelist most recently of Submission 2084 is a cry of freedom a call to rebellion a gripping satirical novel of ideas and an indictment of the religious fundamentalism that with its hypocrisy and closed mindedness threatens our modern democracies and the ideals on which they are found. Should be compulsory in schools together with Orwell s 1984

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Free read Î 2084: La Fin du monde å PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free WINNER OF THE FRENCH ACADEMY GRAND PRIX A tribute to George Orwell's 1984 and a cry of protest against totalitarianism of all kinds Sansal's 2084 tells the story of a near future in which Islamic fundamentalists have established an oppressive caliphate where autonomus thought is forbidden It is the year 2084 In the kingdom of Abistan named after the prophet Abi earthly messenger of the god Yolah citizens submit to a single god demonstrating their devotion by kneeling in prayer nine times a day. I just read Ayoub El Mouza ne s take down of Chanson Douce and the Prix Goncourt generally on Arablit and it reminded me that I had intended to review 2084 at some point after abandoning it on my Southwest road trip Not even the clever coincidence of the title and my carrying around of this book around the Grand Canyon could encourage me to make it past the second section This book was garbage Native informant red meat for the people at Galligrasseuil such a passionless boogeymanning of Islam you d think it was ghost written by Pamela GellerI can barely bring myself to describe the plot It involves a single gimmick of high school fan fiction sophistication If two years ago it was all the rage for North Africans to riff off of classics like l etranger this year we get a terrible Orwell impression In the book Ati who has spent two years in a sanatorium meets an archaeologist Nas who has found evidence of a village in which men escape the power of the prophet Abi and his religion worshipping Y lah Y lah I believe this is breaking at least three fantasy fiction rules for naming characters Y lah is such a goddamn ridiculous fig leaf one assonant change from Allah it s almost too obvious to be satire In English it would be euivalent to saying the prophet shmohammed who preaches of Shallah Ati later goes on to reveal the lies which make up the ideology of Abistan aka Agraba city of wonder and enchantment Between that Hardy Boys level of narrative sophistication plot the authors describes a dystopian theocratic world in which independent critical thought is suppressed by the demands of religion enforced by technology Why would you want to read such a sloppy lazy allegorical attack on religion set in a desert dystopia when you could just read Dune The protagonist is somehow the victim of the horrors of theocratic denkverbot stranded at a sanatarium at the edges of an empire suffering from complete cultural amnesia but acknowledges as much using practically the same words An even remotely plausible narrator in this situation wouldn t realize the conditions of ideological oppression otherwise they would be about ready to collapse Even at the brink it would be likely that a person would still be living under the spell of the eternal nature of their life world what Alexei Yurchak describes in his book title on the last Soviet generation as Everything Was For Ever Until It Was No More There is no effort to portray the experiential depth of life under the hypnosis of theocracy just a bunch of fucking silly set pieces like electronic prayer monitors and invented languages Even those aren t introduced or used to any effect just there to make the reader mutter under her breath oh I get it it s like 1984 but with MuslimsThat is unless unless Boualem Sansal and the entire French literary establishment and I can t imagine Houellebec having the Andy Kaufman esue sense of humor to pull it off are all working together to pull off the greatest literary hoax of all time in which they all laud a book that is so obviously stupid written hastily like a prop in a movie you can only see in passing a book jacket with The Threat of Sh islam written on it A conspiracy whose aim is to ridicule the entire edifice of intellectual production and their completely predictable islamophobia all in the effort of once and for all making a meaningful statement on the lingering Vichy ist cancer deep in the heart of French culture using the power of irony The Angel and the Prince year 2084 In the kingdom of Abistan named after the prophet Abi earthly messenger of the god Yolah citizens submit to a single god demonstrating their devotion by kneeling in prayer nine times a day. I just read Ayoub El Mouza ne s take down of Chanson Douce and the Prix Goncourt generally on Arablit and it reminded me that I had intended to review 2084 at some point after abandoning it on my Southwest road trip Not even the clever coincidence of the title and my carrying around of this book around the Grand Canyon could encourage me to make it past the second section This book was garbage Native informant red meat for the people at Galligrasseuil such a passionless boogeymanning of Islam Cuckolded by the Futa Motorcycle Club you d think it was ghost written by Pamela GellerI can barely bring myself to describe the plot It involves a single gimmick of high school fan fiction sophistication If two Princess More Tears to Cry years ago it was all the rage for North Africans to riff off of classics like l etranger this The Princess of 8th Street year we get a terrible Orwell impression In the book Ati who has spent two The Complete Bostock and Harris years in a sanatorium meets an archaeologist Nas who has found evidence of a village in which men escape the power of the prophet Abi and his religion worshipping Y lah Y lah I believe this is breaking at least three fantasy fiction rules for naming characters Y lah is such a goddamn ridiculous fig leaf one assonant change from Allah it s almost too obvious to be satire In English it would be euivalent to saying the prophet shmohammed who preaches of Shallah Ati later goes on to reveal the lies which make up the ideology of Abistan aka Agraba city of wonder and enchantment Between that Hardy Boys level of narrative sophistication plot the authors describes a dystopian theocratic world in which independent critical thought is suppressed by the demands of religion enforced by technology Why would The Tailor and Ansty you want to read such a sloppy lazy allegorical attack on religion set in a desert dystopia when Hot Water Man you could just read Dune The protagonist is somehow the victim of the horrors of theocratic denkverbot stranded at a sanatarium at the edges of an empire suffering from complete cultural amnesia but acknowledges as much using practically the same words An even remotely plausible narrator in this situation wouldn t realize the conditions of ideological oppression otherwise they would be about ready to collapse Even at the brink it would be likely that a person would still be living under the spell of the eternal nature of their life world what Alexei Yurchak describes in his book title on the last Soviet generation as Everything Was For Ever Until It Was No More There is no effort to portray the experiential depth of life under the hypnosis of theocracy just a bunch of fucking silly set pieces like electronic prayer monitors and invented languages Even those aren t introduced or used to any effect just there to make the reader mutter under her breath oh I get it it s like 1984 but with MuslimsThat is unless unless Boualem Sansal and the entire French literary establishment and I can t imagine Houellebec having the Andy Kaufman esue sense of humor to pull it off are all working together to pull off the greatest literary hoax of all time in which they all laud a book that is so obviously stupid written hastily like a prop in a movie A Mother's Reckoning: Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy you can only see in passing a book jacket with The Threat of Sh islam written on it A conspiracy whose aim is to ridicule the entire edifice of intellectual production and their completely predictable islamophobia all in the effort of once and for all making a meaningful statement on the lingering Vichy ist cancer deep in the heart of French culture using the power of irony

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Free read Î 2084: La Fin du monde å PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Autonomous thought has been banned remembering is forbidden and an omnipresent surveillance system instantly informs the authorities of every deviant act thought or idea The kingdom is blessed and its citizens are happy filled with a sense of purpose and piety Those who are not the heretics are put to death by stoning or beheading in city suares But Ati has met people who think differently; in ghettos and caves hidden from the authorities exist the last living heretics and free thinkers of Ab. Boualem Sansal often writes about the power of religion in north Africa In 2084 his seventh novel which won the Grand Prix du Roman from the Acad mie Fran aise the political domination found in Orwell s novel is replaced by a religious domination While these adventures are told in some detail much of the novel is based on explanations of the force of the religion and its power over the inhabitants with little description of characters or events Adele KingThis book was reviewed in the January 2016 issue of World Literature Today magazine Read the full review by visiting our website

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    2084: La Fin du monde (PDF) Longest 250 page book ever Countless brilliant lines interspersed amid long rambling prose Better suited as a 150 page novella

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    2084: La Fin du monde (PDF) A very interesting book A sort of prophecy which projects the agenda of the Totalitarian Dictatorships of the Twentieth Century in the future in a time after a nuclear total war shaping the world to be as a dist

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    2084: La Fin du monde (PDF) The suspense in this masterful novel is cerebral than is generally the case particularly with recent dystopian novels Sansal explores how unfreedom feels how it constricts the imagination and limits the emotions

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