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Du rêve pour les oufs Read & Download Ì 109 Ò Ahlème a young woman living on the outskirts of Paris is trying to make a life out of the dreams she brought with her from Algeria and the reality she faces every day Her father lost his job after an accident at his construction site Her mother was lost to a massacre in Algeria And her broAhlème a young woman living on the outskirts of Paris is trying to make a life out of the dreams she brought with her from Algeria and the reality she faces every day Her father lost his job after an accident at his construction site Her mother was lost to a massacre in Algeria And her brother Foued. Definitely worth reading Even though the book has no concrete plot Guene provides an amazing insight into the lives of immigrants raising a variety of emotions along the way In a few pages the book explores multiculturalism without giving in to popular or romanticised beliefs Coming from an immigrant herself it's much believable The characters seem real and their feelings relatable PS if a plot is the first thing you look for you might not enjoy it so much Read it for the experience not for the story

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Boils with adolescent energy and teeters dangerously close to choosing a life of crime As she wanders the streets of Paris looking for work Ahlème negotiates the disparities between her dreams and her life her youth and her responsibilities the expectations of those back home and the limitations o. This loosely structured novel uses lots of slang non seuiturs and some outrageous imagery all from the tongue of twenty something narrator Ahleme to illuminate the adaptation of struggling Algerians to their new lives in France Woven between Ahleme's criticisms of the boys she meets to date the friends whose spending outpaces her income and the family she struggles to help adapt to their lives in Paris' outskirts are subtle reminders of the xenophobia and outright prejudice that confront immigrants in a world still focused on a nebulously defined 'War on Terror' The heavier aspects of Some Dream for Fools however easily give way to accessible stories of family loyalty and economic struggleIn fact the novel succeeds because it is much a universal coming of age story than it is an attempt to write a political novel Ahleme shares a voice with a long literary line of uestionably educated but wholly spirited angst ridden young adults struggling as Holden Caufield did in Cather in the Rye with the phonies and frauds that can seem the only representatives of an uncaring and insincere adult worldSome Dream for Fools has a freshness to its voice an easy and enjoyable humor and an unvarnished sincerity in Ahleme's narration that may not uite elevate the novel to literature but certainly create an engaging world that is accessible enjoyable and eye opening to those whose existence the reader might otherwise ignore

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Du rêve pour les oufsF life in France With the same laugh out loud razor sharp humor that made Kiffe Kiffe Tomorrow an international hit Some Dream for Fools shows Faïza Guène’s evolution as a novelist and reminds us of her extraordinary talent as she explores what happens to people when a lid is put on their dreams. I'm not sure if this was actually a better novel or just a better translation but I liked it so much than Kiffe Kiffe Tomorrow If you don't read both at least read this one; in vague terms it's the Parisian narrative that you never hear about; in specific terms it's the snarky slangy story of a teenage Algerian immigrant girl living in the Paris projects that was actually WRITTEN by a former teenage and not even that much former I think she was 23 when this was published Algerian immigrant girl living in the Paris projects Both the author and her protagonist are pretty badass And the book is short enough that you can knock it out in an afternoon Just do it