Taslima Nasrin- Amar Meyebela – Download as Word Doc .doc), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. Autobiography Taslima Nasrin- Chap1. Meyebela, My Bengali Girlhood is a autobiographical book by Bangladeshi doctor, turned feminist writer Taslima Nasrin. Free download Amar Meye Bela (আমার মেয়ে বেলা) Taslima Nasrin Bangla, PDF File Small Size Ebooks Mediafire, Rapidshare, , Amonshare.

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Refresh and try again. Her father is described by Nasrin as rude and tyrannical. However, she could have modified some vulgar words.

May 05, Shibangi Roy rated it really liked it. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

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As I started reading the book, I did not enjoy the first couple of chapters about the war but, as the book progressed I was could not stop reading! I read the book before she came, and was in awe of her when we met. I didn’t mind this too much because you could never know how and when the story was going to progress.

amar meyebela by taslima nasrin

ama Meyebela, My Bengali Girlhood is a autobiographical book by Bangladeshi doctor, turned feminist writer Taslima Nasrin. Her mama was sad that a bull was sacrificed for Eid festival so as her Mama did not touch the meal with meat, her mother also did not eat the meal.

Over all, I feel sad for her and the experience she has had with Bengali society. This controversial yet jeyebela book leaves a strong impression on the reader’s mind.

Her growing awareness of the class discriminations, gender disparities, and growing religious amar meyebela by taslima nasrin and intolerance in her family and her rural village parallel the broader social and cultural upheaval emerging amar meyebela by taslima nasrin the new nation, and foreshadow the growth of a feminist dissident courageous enough to defy the fundamentalist Muslim clerics. The narration would rewind and fast-forward so many times that sometimes it would be difficult to decipher at which time in Nasrin’s upbringing it was occurring.

Taslima Nasrin revisits her early years — from her auspicious birth on a Muslim holy day to the threshold of womanhood at fourteen — in a small rural village during the years East Pakistan became Bangladesh. Other books in the series. Taslima Nasrin’s Autobiography 6 books.

I want to read the rest of her autobiography but, since I am only limited to the language of English I can’t read all of her works. It is worth reading autobiography.

Jul 15, Martha rated it it was ok. I hope people who read this autobiography do not think that Bangladesh, the people of Bangladesh and its customs are horrible.

This page was last edited on 16 Januaryat But she is so frank and blatantly open about certain topics that it’s surprising she is writing through a Bengali’s perspective.

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The book has been banned in Bangladesh because “its contents might hurt the amaf social system and religious sentiments of the people. Lists with This Book. Because it seemed so choppy, othertimes I wasn’t sure if a character was new or previously mentioned.

In the West, there meyebelz too many eloquent apologists working to convince people of the fiction that women are not discriminated against in Muslim countries or that, if they are, it has amar meyebela by taslima nasrin to do with religion. Situation of poor men and women servants has been well written. Dec 05, Sams is currently reading it.

Meyebela: My Bengali Girlhood by Taslima Nasrin

Jan bh, Amar meyebela by taslima nasrin rated it liked it. I thought this book was very well done. Biased by extreme feminism. This is a masterpiece. I think she has lost her relationship with many of her family members because she has spoken out about how she has felt as a child growing up.