PDF or EBOOK The Black Coat Æ Neamat Imam

He is working on something several somethings After finishing reading this book I couldn t find anything to say about it it seemed surreal and crazy and violent and then suddenly verything calms down It is fascinating what is going on in the book and it s very well written and I ll be is going on in the book and it s very well written and I ll be it again and will write a longer review after I ve done so What to say about a book that says in its cover A dark dystopian portrait of Bangladesh under Prime Minister Sheikh MujibThe thing to learn from this line is that there is a very high probability of getting hurt if you are a Sheikh Mujib fan but may find it intensely pleasing if you psyche is the other way around Now that I ve read it I have a lot of uestion about the authenticity of some of the data I came to know Let me see the book through the ye of a foreigner the way I read books about Cold War Second World War Vietnam War Ira War mostly written by an American writer Although the incidents I mentioned are all wars this book is not about Bangladesh Liberation War but about the vents That Followed The WarThe followed the warThe born nation has formed its government almost one year after the liberation But but a famine struck the country before very sector of the administrator became stable According to the legen In the guise of politics it is one man s personal philosophical battle While the premise and the starting of this historical fiction was very good sadly the writing slowly gets sloppier up to the point where it this historical fiction was very good sadly the writing slowly gets sloppier up to the point where it xcruciating At the beginning I was genuinely intrigued by the lead characters but by the middle of the book they become incomprehensible and I could not care less for any of them Kudos to the writer for having chosen a subject which is generally considered taboobetter forgotten and sensitive I will also recommend this book over Tahmima Anam s Golden Age anyday. To whom he bears some resemblance When the masses begin flocking to him the authorities take notice with shocking results Neamat Imam's debut is an intense tale told by a born storyteller animated by humour as dark as the iconic outerwear that gives the novel its title The tortured origins of modern Bangladesh are brought to life vividly and provide a poignant backdrop to a central drama that Dostoyevsky and Kafka would have applaud. A Dystopian Masterpiece South Asian Euivalent to 1984 of GEORGE ORWELL THIS NOVEL IS ABOUT ORWELLIAN DICTATORSHIP OF Orwell This Novel is about Orwellian dictatorship of Rahman the founding father of Bangladesh After liberating his is about Orwellian dictatorship of Rahman the founding father of Bangladesh After liberating his people from Punjabi colonial rule getting independence for his land by a civil

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war with pledge to make it a secular democracy Mujib broke his promise and convert himself into a power hungry authoritarian despot Mujib raped democracy banned all political parties left right center And maintain only one political party which is his own He ruined the Cinderella Unmasked (Fairytale Fantasies economy by nationalizing all private financial institutions all industries He push the country towards a disastrous famine which took the lives of 10 million Bengali Because of this famine Amartya Sen started his research on poverty and food scarcity which brought Nobel prize to him in 1998 Because of this death of 10 million people Dr Muhammad Yunus founded Grameen Bank toradicate poverty which also brought Nobel prize for him in 2006 Mujib who became an vil Machiavellian tyrant cruel dictator ruthless despot heartless autocrat cold blooded murderer of his own subject merciless absolute ruler authoritarian oppressor stablished a totalitarian government and create a culture of fear anxiety and oppression This novel from political perspective is comparable to 1984 and One Hundred Years of Solitude While reading it you will get the flavor of 1984 it will give you a feel that you are reading a Bangladeshi counterpart of 1984 It s a Dystopian Orwellian Machiavellian Anarchist Masterpiece An absolute triumph The story revolves around the birth of Bangladesh as a nation and its first leader Sheik Mujib It is told through the yes of a journalist Biswas who loses his job on the Freedom Fighter newspaper and has to find another way of making money in an increasingly desperate countryT. In the aftermath of Bangladesh's bloody war of independence in 1971 as thousands of migrants from the countryside flood the capital journalist Khaleue Biswas begins to feel the stirrings of disillusionment The revolutionary spirit that had filled the air and united the people under the leadership of Sheikh Mujib the Father of the Nation seems to be dissipating The government's response to the crisis is inadeuate and the country's sl. .

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He story gets progressively surreal as Biswas takes in Nur Hussain and finds a truly bizarre line of work for them to make money His relationship with Nur is the line of work for them to make money His relationship with Nur is the of the story as it bbs and flows as does his sympathy for the ver totalitarian governmentThe story is described as dystopian and it is that It was very njoyable and well written and covered a period of history I knew nothing about The characters are without xception unlikeable although it takes a while to realise
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in some It is not an asy read but is worth sticking with A promising plot but the writing left much to be desired It meanders but it s an interesting world to meander in Politics is nearly depoliticized treated like a job in a place and time where jobs are scarce Also on chaptersca Very thankful this was assigned for class don t think I would have read it otherwise and it was a very compelling portrayal of political idolatry morality and nationalism in a setting I do not read often from a psychological narrative of post independence bangladeshi politics the personal as political although i was very much intrigued by the trajectory of Khaleue and Nur both as individuals and within their relationship the lack of place and at times plot left me wanting for it was a slow read and the dialogue too felt burdensome What an intriguing read This parody andor morality tale critiues the father of Bangladesh I thought I had known a good amount about Bangladesh and the war for its independence but I appreciated reading this book to stretch or revise some notions I had heldThe book creates an innovative tool or springboard from which to reveal some history As I read this the story crept up slowly and then grabbed me Its hold was solid and assured The writing is confident and very clever I would definitely read other works by this author and I hope. Ow slide into political corruption seems inevitable Uncompromising and undiplomatic Khaleue soon loses his job Then Nur Hussain turns up a simple young man from a remote village his welfare has been ntrusted to Khaleue by a passing acuaintance Unable to turn Nur away Khaleue sets out to secure him a job but discovers that the placid fellow has no skills whatsoever nor much ambition He seems adept only at impersonating Sheikh Mujib.
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