Faïza Guène is a French writer and director. Born in Bobigny, France, in to parents of Algerian origin she is best known for her two novels, Kiffe kiffe demain and Du rêve pour les oufs. She has also directed several short films, including Rien que des mots. This Page is automatically generated based on what Facebook users are interested in, and not affiliated with or endorsed by anyone associated with the topic. in Faïza Guène’s Kiffe kiffe demain (), a novel about Faïza Guène, like Doria, her alter ego, feels like an anomaly mixed cultural identities who live in the banlieues de. Paris. resignation of kif-kif demain to embrace the novelty and.
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That title must also give those tight-arsed asshats at the French Academy nightm The title of this book, Kiffe kiffe demainmust give translators nightmares. Doria, the heroine, is as critical of her fellow residents with their sexism and narrow-mindedness as she is of French racism.
French-born Moroccan adolescent girl growing up in poor suburbs around Paris with her Moroccan mother and absent father. I loved watching her interact with a broad cast. I enjoyed this book a lot. He’s one of those people who think illiteracy is like AIDS. Consiglio vivamente di leggere questo libro anche solo per capire meglio la situazione in cui si trovano molti giovani che vivono nelle banlieue, soprattutto in quelle parigine, che alla fine sono quasi periferie come tante altre.
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It’s also an example of a popular trope of the 90s and 00s, the nerd gets the girl. Written in the no nonsense a bit rash style of a teenager the book grabs you from beginning to end.
Not technically published as YA, apparently, but I will be assigning it to dr class for its hella resonance. I don’t remember thinking this about more than one or two people and it’s not like I was having a great time socially or at homeand I can’t ever remember other kids saying it. If you like to look things up as you go, it means that this otherwise very straightforward book might not be the most convenient read for public transport.
The novel has sold overcopies and been translated into twenty-two different languages, and paved kif way for her following work, “Some Dream for Fools” and “Les gens du Balto” Open Preview See a Problem?
Kiffe Kiffe Tomorrow by Faïza Guène
She lives with her mother in a tower block on the outskirts of Paris. Nov 26, Drew rated it it was ok Shelves: Lists with This Book. Want to Read saving….
No wonder the French went gaga over this new Sagan, this new Salinger. Another copy I picked up at the office I wanna thank an old friend whose favorite book was the French version of this exquisite novel.
But they are balanced by humour, emotional ties, and a wonderful sense of community. A funny, heartfelt story from a wise guy who happens to be a girl. That title must also give those tight-arsed asshats daiza the French Academy nightmares. But the rich content, beautifully balanced with a great authorial touch, did balance that. Understandably Doria giene angry. Like seriously, this book–ugh, I love it so much. It’s an easy read and a fresh voice–I guarantee it’ll make you chuckle.
The story is clunky in places, and there were some unanswered questions, but the voice here is powerful, cheeky, and badass. Doria the teenaged narrator is witty; sarcastic; cyncical, yet a dreamer; funny, in a primarily ironic way; insightful; tender; irreverent; and swears brilliantly.
When her father leaves them and heads back to Morocco to find a woman who can give him a son, Doria and her mother must find a way to survive. I do know that while the novel has no beginning, middle and end, there is no main narrative, it does give you a slice of the pie and ask that you taste it and make up your own mind about how much you like it. I guess there even could be some Russian girls who have never laced up a pair of skates in their life.
I loved her and I believed in her completely. She femain a black demaih of humour, a strong moral compass, and wonderful powers of observation. To see what your friends guuene of this book, please sign up. View all demqin comments. The voice of the young girl is sometimes angry but it is an anger that is directed to the injustices that are commited around her, and to the people who treat her like an outsider and an unimportant entity, so the anger is very justifiable Je sais pas que je veux dire.
Les assistantes sociales de la mairie qui defilent chez elle parfaitement manucurees. And we see her at guenne end of the book change that attitude towards acceptance and love which is very refreshing. I read it in English, I’m sure the french version is even better. She just gets on with things. I honestly don’t know what to think about this book.