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Disclosure I get a copy of this nice piece of Arabic literature during my stay in the Kingdom of Morocco, I bought it from the Central library of Casablanca.My Plot In fact it was an amazing piece of art written in combination with Arabic and Moroccan standard Arabic Actually it was all about the hard life that the Author had lead during his live with the French people during the so called protectorate period In fact the description of the environment that the Author has practiced was all nega Disclosure I get a copy of this nice piece of Arabic literature during my stay in the Kingdom of Morocco, I bought it from the Central library of Casablanca.My Plot In fact it was an amazing piece of art written in combination with Arabic and Moroccan standard Arabic Actually it was all about the hard life that the Author had lead during his live with the French people during the so called protectorate period In fact the description of the environment that the Author has practiced was all negative People living in hunger, going around the dirt and rubbish, It was all going negative with the life of this Author, the story also contains some aspects of his adulthood, when he was working the Caf of this Rif Master There was a depiction of nuisance that the older leads toward the younger, the ignorance that lives inside the mind of every person, Actually I feel sorry for these people who lived in a hard condition.The story include some contradiction between the French people life and the Aborigines of the country, I would really enjoy the flow of the events but I don t believe actually the historical fact already I am not fun of History at all, because there is no truth in it.Positive and Negative aspects As already stated, there is no Truth inside the Arab history in General, everyone make history to his own attention and profit But it is worth enough to say that the story really amaze me It was realistic in all it s aspects with a portray of the writer going to the Brothel with his friend Tafartiti all these literary steps makes me live the same life of the Author But what annoys me was the true portray of something creepy like having a dead chicken from the rubbish or revealing the sexual intercourse that his father made with his mother during the pregnancy period My Personal reaction The book in fact made me feel sad, because these persons inside the story really taste a hard life even in there proper country In fact it was a nice attempt to portrays the life inside you, but all in all, it was amazing to the last extent As Americans say, it wasOK RecommendationsI recommend this book to persons who already have enough mind to look for the story and life of the novel s writer, I don t recommend it persons under 18 Years who would get excited with the nature of the events inside the book How messy An autobiographic type novel telling the life of Mohamed from the Rif mountains of Morocco during the late 40s and early 50s His father is a drunk, unemployed and viscous he kills one of Mohamed s brothers.Mohamed then lives a life on the streets He drinks, takes drugs and has a high sex drive which is relieved by various prostitutes.He earns money from labouring, petty crime and prostituting himself He only has his body, health and youth on his side.This is a brutal tale of a young man who An autobiographic type novel telling the life of Mohamed from the Rif mountains of Morocco during the late 40s and early 50s His father is a drunk, unemployed and viscous he kills one of Mohamed s brothers.Mohamed then lives a life on the streets He drinks, takes drugs and has a high sex drive which is relieved by various prostitutes.He earns money from labouring, petty crime and prostituting himself He only has his body, health and youth on his side.This is a brutal tale of a young man who sees no future, has little hope, few friends, no legal standing and is illiterate At the end of the book he decides to learn to read and write.How I wish I could have read the book in it s original Arabic form I can t finish this book It s not what I ve been expecting I don t see what is soo special about this book to make it that famous all I can see is a junkie talking about his sexual fantasies that can never endmaybe I should finish it before saying this I just can t do thatit s not worth the effort [ EBOOK ] ⚆ Hongerjaren ♖ Hongerjaren is het autobiografische verhaal van Mohammed Choukri dat met rauw realisme laat zien hoe het is om te leven aan de onderkant van de Marokkaanse samenleving Bij verschijning in Marokko zorgde dit boek voor een schandaal en werd het zelfs totverboden Wanneer werkloosheid en honger de familie Choukri uit hun geboortestreek drijft, moet Mohammed eenmaal in de grote stad aangekomen het gezin in leven houden Voor hem volgen jaren met honger, mishandeling, jongensprostitutie en diefstal In de strijd om te overleven is alles geoorloofd en bieden alleen drank, drugs en seks enige verlichting Mohammed Choukri heeft met Hongerjaren een indrukwekkend en onthullend verhaal geschreven over de verschrikkingen en beproevingen die hij in zijn leven heeft moeten doorstaan Hongerjaren zal de tand des tijds zeker nog enige decennia weerstaan als een unieke getuigenis van het leven aan de onderkant van de Marokkaanse samenleving in de jaren vijftig van de vorige eeuw Autobiography of Moroccan author Mohamed Choukri events are so real, painful and intense that leaves you baffled that it is a true story rather than a fiction Apparently, the book is a controversial one that was published in French and English before Arabic and which was banned in morocco for over 20 years and in Egypt banned from AUC curriculum by the former president Mubarak note that the author only learnt to read and write after age of 20 and became an author thereafter i finished this book in one setting, you cant really stop reading, from shocking event to another, the among of honesty in this book is scary, Mohamad speaks about things we cant even speak about them to ourselves Basically just a guy hanging out and getting laid Pretty cool in the words of the American playwright Tennessee Williams as A true document of human desperation, shattering in its impact. It s like Orwell s Down and Out on steroids The honesty of the brutal existence he lived in is masterfully narrated.