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You can t always get what you want, and if you try sometimes you don t get what you need, either Sigh I just wanted from this I think I ll go eat some chocolate. Trouxe este livro da biblioteca municipal, porque gostei da capa e por ter sido escrito por uma mulher rabe, as minhas expetativas era de entrar num mundo mu ulmano e compreender um pouco melhor esta cultura, pelos olhos de uma mulher Estava muito longe do que iria encontrar.Ao fim de uma d zia de p ginas pensei em abandonar, o livro apenas versa sobre o sexo, e a escrita demasiado ordin rio e cruel Mas questionei me o que leva uma mulher rabe a escrever pormenorizadamente sobre a sua vida sexual Por isso continuei a leitura para ver onde iria embocar esta narrativa.Ap s concluir a leitura do livro, o que tenho a dizer que o livro n o pretende apenas versar sobre o sexo em si, mais um grito de socorro para que o mundo compreenda de facto o que sente uma mulher quando o seu corpo n o lhe pertence, quando o seu sexo n o lhe pertence quando os homens de um pa s legislam para o seu exclusivo bem, quando as mulheres desse pa s s o submissas e aceitam que assim seja porque desconhecem outra realidade e porque s o os homens que mandam, ent o, que assim seja, cumpre se tal como a minha m e, a minha av e a minha bisav Badra uma jovem mo a e curiosa tal como todas as jovens mo as e curiosas que existem em qualquer pa s A m e de Badra vigia a filha para que a mesma nunca se desvirtue e fa a um bom casamento, por outras palavras, vigia com muito rigor a virgindade da filha Um homem quarent o, casado com duas mulheres, observa Badra no trajeto at escola, decide bater porta da fam lia e diz que quer casar com a jovem A m e d pulos de contente, Badra abandona os estudos e dedica se ao enxoval, ainda uma crian a pueril e ignorante, mal sabia o que lhe esperava.Decorreu o casamento, era a terceira vez que a jovem via o seu verdugo A cerim nia da noite de n pcias teve lugar, Nedjma descreve o ato em si, algo repugnante, onde as mais ntimas partes do corpo de uma jovem mo a exposto sob os olhares de terceiros Brada amarrada de m os e p s.Nedjma fala sobre a dor, a ang stia, o medo, o sofrimento de uma jovem, ela pr pria, que violada constantemente por um homem ao longo de v rios anos, como ela refere, ele fez sexo todas as noites com o meu cad ver Badra infeliz, mas com a ajuda da sua irm consegue fugir da aldeia e refugia se em Tanger, na casa de uma tia vi va que a acolhe Driss um m dico famoso, rico, que vive no mundo da alta burguesia, um mundo parte dos homens comuns, onde o dinheiro tudo compra e o desvario e os mais requintados desejos s o satisfeitos Conhece Badra que est a servir bebidas numa das festas de gente muito rica.Brada tem 22 anos quando se apaixona por Driss, tem medo da rela o sexual, tem medo de tocar e ser tocada Driss compreende a e espera, tem paci ncia e d lhe imenso prazer Brada passa a ser mais uma das suas amantes, mas ela quer mais, quer o homem apenas para ela, n o o quer dividir com mais duas l sbicas e um homem com quem Driss mant m relacionamentos sexuais, contudo Driss n o aceita ser exclusivo de algu m, livre, rico e faz o que bem entende, gosta de sexo e isso tudo, mas por outro lado n o aceita que Brada tenha outros homens e torna se violento para ela quando ela o tenta abandonar.Tal como todas as hist rias, esta tamb m tem um final, a hist ria continua, mas n o vou relatar mais, sen o perde o interesse.Nedjma, pseud nimo, relata a sua hist ria sexual, uma hist ria de sofrimento atroz e de um amor incondicional, conheceu ambas e luta para mudar as leis do seu pa s, para que as mulheres tenham a possibilidade de conhecer o amor incondicional, a possibilidade de dizer aos homens que n o querem ser violadas, querem ser amadas Em Magrebe e, um pouco por todo o lado, o dinheiro um bem que compra quase tudo, com dinheiro os homens compram os corpos das meninas virgens, mas destr i seres humanos Alguns homens deveriam de ler Nedjma para compreenderem o quanto s o odiados pelas mulheres que s o obrigadas a abrir lhes as pernas e regurgitam ap s o ato, sendo espancadas por n o quererem fazer a bem, o que eles querem que lhes fa am As mulheres n o s o feitas de borracha, nem s o robots A vida dos homens e das mulheres n o se cinge apenas ao ato sexual, o corpo transforma se ao longo da vida, existem sentimentos e emo es, existem valores que mais cedo ou mais tarde nos faz aproximar ou afastar das pessoas O amor mais, muito mais O menos bom do livroDemasiado ordin rio, a escrita demasiado cruel, as descri es do ato sexual de fazer corar as pedras da cal ada Creio que a tradu o esteja fiel ao original, contudo n o gostei, apesar de perceber que o intuito chocar o leitor, para que este compreenda os sentimentos da autora. Met Gevaar Voor Eigen Leven Ontvlucht De Twintigjarige Badra Haar Geboortedorp, Waar Zij Tegen Haar Zin Is Uitgehuwelijkt Aan Een Oudere Rijke Man In Tanger Neemt Zij Haar Intrek Bij Haar Mondaine TanteSelma En Leert Het Grote Stadsleven Kennen, Dat In Schril Contrast Staat Met Het Benauwende Traditionele Leven Op Het Marokkaanse Platteland Door De Kennismaking Met Driss, Playboy En Succesvol Hartchirurg, Gaat Een Ongekende Wereld Van Seks En Erotiek Voor Haar Open Hij Is Het Prototype Van Een Moderne Arabische Casanova Erudiet, Libertijns En Imel De Leergierige Badra Laat Zich Verleiden Tot Steeds Verdergaande Seksuele Experimenten, Totdat Hun Relatie Op Dramatische Wijze Explodeert While the story is an erotic tale of Muslim woman escaping her oppressive marriage to find freedom, sexual and otherwise in Tangiers, it reads much like a political commentary It reveals what happens when a society is restrictive against our natural sexual urges Do they disappear Of course not They just emerge in other ways, some healthy and some not so healthy, but always in secret Overall, a decent read Not quite erotica, but close enough The writing did not feel luxurious and lyrical, but rather blunt and jabbing which could possibly be attributed to being translated from French Something always gets a little lost in translation.I ll be releasing this in the Food Glorious Food Book Box headed my way. It is an excellent book Being a Muslim, i was fascinated by the author s view on sexuality It s chilling in its realism and implied conclusion that following one s whims and desires actually enslaves you It does not set you free Read through the lines and see that woman s disappointment and disillusionment in men and feelings and love and life She has become cruel It seems like there s no redemption This book affected me. Then I heard his voice, this time filled with disdain Aren t you ashamed of what you have just written Without budging I answered, all you had to do was not read it An unusual glimpse into the sexuality of a moslem woman in a culture that you don t traditionally think of as being blatantly sexual It is reportedly semi autobiographical, in which case it is quite intriguing A tale of a woman who escapes the confines of her small town and an arranged marriage who winds up seduced into a relationship with a wealthy lover He is a doctor in tunisia who helps her release her sensuality in a vaguely exploitative relationship that nonetheless liberates her If you enjoy erotica, this is an unusual example. As with any book of erotica attributed to a pseudonymous author, I am a bit suspicious of its origins and the circumstances concerning its publication certainly it was marketed promoted for all the wrong reasons when first it came out The feminist political commentary of this narrative is far prominent than any titillating value the novel may have Badra, the narrator of The Almond, is a contemporary Scheherazade But her stories are not fairy tales Instead, she tells us about her life, to dispel all myths concerning her feminine self Badra s stories, told in a forthright and explicit manner, expose the real ogres for who they are social conformity and the oppression perpetuated by her own sister, mother, mother in law, ultimately even her liberal minded aunt In her youth she listened to the stories shared by womenfolk at home and in the communal bathhouse she even confesses her yearning for the gossip of women in the village once she s escaped from there And yet those secret tales, and the formalized erotica of the Perfumed Garden which presumably she read later in life that she discredits in her Prologue, as well as the literature of Europe and the West including the works of foreign writers living in Morocco that she mentions by name none of these revealed to her the actual circumstances of human physicality and the power exchange between men and women, as she experienced it firsthand during her forced marriage to an older man, and later in the illicit affair with her urbane lover.There is anger and disillusionment, but also an almost perverse celebration of her physicality, as the means to revolt against the ogres The concluding scene with the ghost reader is a particularly touching moment, where Badra continues to write, attempting to outwit the consummate ogre of fairy tales Death In one scene, a girl is playing Rimsky Korsakov s Scheherazade on the piano, during a social gathering where the upper class of Tangiers have come together to flirt and pass the time. This book is kind of amazing I think the subtitle is slightly misleading to Western audiences, though It is about the sexual awakening of a woman in a culture very different from ours, and she happens to be a Muslim woman However, the sensory and experientially descriptions in the book are incredible I highly recommend it. I m sorry, but there was too much sex for me, and the book simply broke TOO many Muslim taboos for me I m a rather liberal minded Muslim, but I m not a fan of Muslim written books that seem to think taking on the roles of western women will somehow solve all of their problems rather than simply create different ones in many cases This book fits that type too much for me abused Muslim woman escapes to big, urban city embraces western concept of sex without defined relationship liberation and happiness I just find this kind of sad depressing to read. What was most disturbing about this book was how the other women in the village demanded that the narrator adhere to the social expectations of the marriage bed, to which she is committed shortly after hitting puberty.What follows is a story about how she is a slave to her husband and to her mother in law When she tries to escape, she is ostracized from her family The only course left to her is a cosmopolitan existence with an aunt who escaped years ago But even then, in the end, she only has a burnt out hollow self, after chasing a man who, though he liberated her from an archaic definition of woman self where the woman is the maker of children and keeper of homes , enslaved her in obsession.