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!Download ♪ Der falsche Inder ☩ Ein Geheimnisvolles Arabisches Manuskript Im ICE Berlin M Nchen, Das Niemandem Zu Geh Ren Scheint Und Worin Acht Mal Auf Verschiedene Weise Die Lebensgeschichte Desjenigen Erz Hlt Wird, Der Es Zuf Llig Findet Und LiestDieses Romandeb T Handelt Von Der Flucht Eines Jungen Irakers, Der Unter Saddam Hussein Im Gef Ngnis Sa Und Vor Krieg Und Unterdr Ckung Flieht, Sich In Mehreren L Ndern Als Hauslehrer, Gelegenheitsarbeiter, Kellner Durchschl Gt Der Vom Ungl Ck Verfolgt Scheint Und Doch Immer Wieder Auf Wundersame Weise Gerettet Wird Auf Seiner Reise Durch Nordafrika Und Europa Trifft Er Viele Andere Fl Chtlinge Aus Aller Welt, Die Wie Er Auf Der Suche Nach Einem Leben Ohne Hunger Und Krieg Sind Und Daf R Sehr Viel Opfern Ihre Stimmen Und Schicksale Verbinden Sich In Khiders Roman Zu Einem Modernen Realistischen M RchenAbbas Khider Verbindet Das Tragische Mit Dem Komischen, Das Groteske Mit Dem Allt Glichen, Die Exotik Des Orients Mit Den Lebenserfahrungen Eines Fl Chtlings Er Beeindruckt Durch Seinen Ungesch Nten Blick Und Die Beil Ufigkeit, Mit Der Er Vom Elend Wie Von Wundern Erz Hlt Abbas Khider writes nicely, poetically, sadly, funny he is a complete writer his story must be read from all of us, it is a lesson of open mindness and antirassismus Very innovative construct of the novel Das Leben ist wie Wasser, das man nicht mit der Hand greifen und festhalten kann Du Kannst nur mittendurch tauchen Das Leben ist wie eine Wand Du musst mit dem Kopf dagegen schlagen, um zu verstehen, was die Wahrheit ist Die sch nsten Wege sind die, die ihr Ziel nicht erreichen Not sure what to think of this book Some parts were confusing . Check out my book blog forbook reviews and other bookish posts The Village Indian is written by Abbas Khider I had heard about the author while researching for my German Diverse Books project He was a refugee and is living in Berlin at the moment While planning my TBR for Asian Lit Bingo, I decided to read one of his books for the Asian Refugee MC square I read this book in German Unlike the other books that I ve read for this project, this book is available in German, Arabic and English.A manuscript is found on the train and read by one of the travellers It entails eight short stories, each describing the journey of the same refugee from Iraq to Germany in a different way.This book is ownvoices.The writing style was intriguing I was confused when the second short story started because I wasn t sure if it was detailing the journey of a new refugee or the same one However, I realised that it was the same refugee that was telling his story in eight different ways At the beginning, he explains that he doesn t always know when something happened or exactly what happened, and this was illustrated in the different focusses of each story It was interesting to see that his memories were mixed up and he couldn t remember exactly how he came from Iraq to Germany It showed how much stress and trauma a refugee has to deal with The different stories also portrayed the different experiences that refugees have had in real life, and that I, as a non refugee, hardly ever think about.The ending was amazing and certainly not what I expected I liked how it mirrored the beginning of the book and that we find out the identity of the traveller reading the manuscript.The writer character in one the stories is always only inspired to write after being inspired by the breasts or bottom of a beautiful woman It was just really boring for me to read about this, however I do know that some people are inspired by this.There was one parts that I disliked about this book The first is that the main character s father tells him that his mother is aZigeunerinZigeuner is a racial slur and means the same as gypsy And the main character kept using this word while talking about his ethnicity he himself is unsure as to who his mother is and about other Sinti and Roma If you re so interested in your ethnicity, wouldn t you realise upon educating yourself that the word you are using to describe that part of your family is a slur He also refers to Native Americans as Indians Another phrase I was unsure about is that when he referred to a group of prositutes aswomenwith quotation marks, which didn t make it clear if he was referring to transgender women, which would mean he was erasing their gender, or to men.The Village Indian is a story that uses its writing style to convey the confusion, difficulties and stress of refugees It has an intriguing concept and I liked the focus of the different stories, as it led to a well rounded picture of the situations of various refugees, even though the stories all focus on the same refugee.This review is part of the German Diverse Books project DeutscheDiversityB cher The book is available in German, Arabic and English.Trigger warning attempted suicide. Es fiel mir auf Grund der Chronologie sehr schwer in dieses Buch reinzukommen, ab der 60 Seite hat es mich dann aber richtig gepackt Es wird im zweiten Teil des Buches die Perspektive aus Sicht eines Fl chtlings mit allen H hen und Tiefen sehr gut veranschaulicht. Die Geschichte der Flucht, eine wahre Odyssee, wird wieder und wieder erz hlt Aus verschiedenen Blickwinkeln, mal ironisch, mal naiv, am Ende immer d sterer Manchmal wechselt die Perspektive in einem Absatz, oder sogar in einem Satz Auf den ersten Blick ein sprachlich einfacher Text, aber je genauer man liest, desto mehr Schichten der Dunkelheit kommen zum Vorschein Trotzdem nur drei Sterne, weil die Rahmenhandlung im Zug leider etwas konventionell daher kommt Au erdem rgerlich die Beschreibung der weiblichen Figuren Draller Hintern, kindliches L cheln, Frauen wie dicke K he oder d nne Ziegen Das ist nun doch etwas schlicht. Die deutsche Polizei hatte meine Fingerabdr cke genommen und erkl rte mir, diese w rden nun an alle Asyll nder weitergeleitet Deshalb k nne ich nun nirgendwo anders Asyl beantragen Nur in Deutschland Jeder Versuch, Deutschland zu verlassen, sei eine Straftat Seitdem hocke ich also hier. Abbas Khider s book is called a novel, rather than a fictionalized memoir or autofiction Autofiction seems to mefitting to structure and writing of the story a man s efforts to escape his homeland and to flee to safety in Europe, told eight times in variations of his failures and successes and the encounters with others he meets an route I found it interesting to read, rather than engaging but relevant in the current refugee crises focused on Europe. I liked the many little stories on racial and national crossings.