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read & download Ali und Nino free download ß eBook or Kindle ePUB æ Kurban Said Kurban Said æ 3 review Om Baku through starkly beautiful deserts and remote mountain villages to the opulent palace of Ali's uncle in neighboring Persia  Ultimately the lovers are drawn back to Baku but when war threatens their future Ali is forced to choose between his loyalty to the beliefs of his Asian ancestors and his profound devotion to Nino  Combining the exotic fascination of a tale told by Scheherazade with the range and magnificence of an epic Ali and Nino is a timeless classic of love in the face of war. Ali and Nino would be a uite convential written love story apart from a few facts Firstly the book is set in Baku the capital of Azerbaijan oil reach trans Caucasian country which many people would not be able place on the map The time frame is the turbulent beginning of the last century the first oil boom the Russian revolution the Young Turks and the fall of Osman empire are just a few cataclysms affecting the region Secondly the author of the book is unknown The book is written from the perspective of Ali the young and rich Muslim Prince But the most likely author is a Jewish exile in Europe Lev Nisselbaum who has converted into Islam during his time in Germany and was known there as Essad Bey And lastly the book was first published in 1937 in Germany very unusual place and time for such a novelI would recommend to read this book if you are interested in the atmosphere and the history of the place The book is brilliant in describing the Caucasian region at the beginning of the last century I could not stop but feeling that the destiny of Caucasus falling under the Soviet rule was not inevitable at all Instead it was the one of the cruel cards served to the region in geopolitical games between the big powers Obviously a bit idealised but Baku is described as a cosmopolitan vibrant rich city where Muslims Christians and foreigners live together in a relative piece It was the fringe of the Russian Empire before the revolution However strong case for the independence of the region really existed when the Empire has started to crumble Apart from Azerbaijan the main characters take us to Iran Georgia and Dagestan The sense of place is always vivid Georgian hospitality Persian sleepiness at the time the simple life with the elements in a mountain village in Dagestan One can learn a lot of history in this slim novel There is also a powerful insight into a Muslim s male mind The main character is in love with the Georgian girl who is obviously Christian cosmopolitan and does not want to compromise her identity beyond a certain measure She for example refuses to cover her face He on the other hand is trying to understand better where are the limits of his faith This is very ancient enigmatic region Armenia and Georgia existed well before any concept of Europe There predated the Byzantine Empire as well and were the ones of the first places in the world adopting Christianity Azerbaijan was the part of Persia I believe That is why they are Shiite Muslims The book and the stories within it have resonated with me on personal level It reminded me the well forgotten trip of my youth The one of my first ever trips in fact When I was 16 the group from my school has travelled on the train from Kiev to Baku The train journey took 70 hours one way When we arrived in Baku I felt that the ground literally moved under my feet for a day after that train s vibration But before we arrived we experienced a lot of cultural shocks The group contained around 6 girls On the last day of our journey two things happened First we have seen the desert and proper caravan of camels travelling behind the windows of the train I had an impression the caravan was going uicker than we Secondly our group leader the young man of around 25 was approached by the group of Azerbaijani looking men with the business offer to sell us 6 girls for a good price Fortunately we did not know what the men were talking about But they look very amiable and smiling Again fortunately for us our group leader has rejected their proposition saying he needs us for other things The simple word of our leader seemed to be powerful than the legal aspect of the suggested proceedings So we were left alone at least for a time being The city when we arrived seemed empty the powerful winds were blown alone the streets So when Baku was mentioned as a city of winds in the novel it brought back a vivid memory We ve seen the Maiden tower beautiful medieval construction which is as well mentioned in the book We did not venture far enough without our sympathetic young local guide But he took us into very weird places like an illegal leather shop It was the time when the shelves of the proper shops were totally empty anywhere in the disintegrating Soviet Union So he probably wanted to please us But we did not have money anyway We ve also visited a Chikhana the place where men only were having tea from very small cups while biting sugar stones What was also striking how friendly the people were towards each other One might stop a trolleybus anywhere by just raising a hand It was the end pf 1989 I believe We left and in a few months Baku has become a centre of the bloody events Baku s pogrom I could not believe the news The last time something similar took place was the time of Ali and NinoOk back to the book The life story of its alleged writer Lev Nisselbaum was so dramatic that it was become the subject of the book itself The Orientalist Solving the Mystery of a Strange and Dangerous Life The american journalist Tom Reiss has followed the traces of Lev from Baku to Berlin and later to Italy were Lev died prematurely in 1942 Someone called Ali and Nino Azerbaijan s Doctor Zhivago There are certainly a lot of similarities However the Pasternak s book is much stronger work of literature Ali and Nino is a profound document to the time and place very moving but the storytelling is relatively straightforward and a bit of overdramatising sometimes However it contains a lot of interesting details about the cataclysms in the region and a moving love story I personally was also grateful for the opportunity of re living some moments of my 16 year old self which the book has dogged out from my memory Boys of Summer Volume 1 remote mountain villages to the opulent palace of Ali's uncle in neighboring Persia  Ultimately the lovers are drawn back to Baku but when war threatens their future Ali is forced to choose between his loyalty to the beliefs of his Asian ancestors and his 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Ali and Nino would be a uite convential written love story apart from a few facts Firstly the book is set in Baku the capital of Azerbaijan oil Attack of the Living Mask Choose Your Own Nightmare #17 reach trans Caucasian country which many people would not be able place on the map The time frame is the turbulent beginning of the last century the first oil boom the Russian Virtue revolution the Young Turks and the fall of Osman empire are just a few cataclysms affecting the Breaking Ground region Secondly the author of the book is unknown The book is written from the perspective of Ali the young and IBM's Early Computers History of Computing rich Muslim Prince But the most likely author is a Jewish exile in Europe Lev Nisselbaum who has converted into Islam during his time in Germany and was known there as Essad Bey And lastly the book was first published in 1937 in Germany very unusual place and time for such a novelI would Catholic Social Teaching recommend to Island of Fear and 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The city when we arrived seemed empty the powerful winds were blown alone the streets So when Baku was mentioned as a city of winds in the novel it brought back a vivid memory We ve seen the Maiden tower beautiful medieval construction which is as well mentioned in the book We did not venture far enough without our sympathetic young local guide But he took us into very weird places like an illegal leather shop It was the time when the shelves of the proper shops were totally empty anywhere in the disintegrating Soviet Union So he probably wanted to please us But we did not have money anyway We ve also visited a Chikhana the place where men only were having tea from very small cups while biting sugar stones What was also striking how friendly the people were towards each other One might stop a trolleybus anywhere by just Wild Man Creek raising a hand It was the end pf 1989 I believe We left and in a few months Baku has become a centre of the bloody events Baku s pogrom I could not believe the news The last time something similar took place was the time of Ali and NinoOk back to the book The life story of its alleged writer Lev Nisselbaum was so dramatic that it was become the subject of the book itself The Orientalist Solving the Mystery of a Strange and Dangerous Life The american journalist Tom Reiss has followed the traces of Lev from Baku to Berlin and later to Italy were Lev died prematurely in 1942 Someone called Ali and Nino Azerbaijan s Doctor Zhivago There are certainly a lot of similarities However the Pasternak s book is much stronger work of literature Ali and Nino is a profound document to the time and place very moving but the storytelling is Tremors of Fury The Days of Ash and Fury #2 relatively straightforward and a bit of overdramatising sometimes However it contains a lot of interesting details about the cataclysms in the Illustrated Workbook for Self Therapy for Your Inner Critic region and a moving love story I personally was also grateful 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There is a large genre of novels related to WWI that deal in the heartbreak of the last summer before the storm the coming death of the old world and the founding of the new Le Grand Meulnes which is still the uintessential French coming of age novel is one example The histories on this theme are scarcely less legionThis novel is both a part of that genre and so much than that It is told from the first person perspective of Ali Khan Shirvanshir who has turned a reuest from the town gossip to write down what a hero s feelings are into a personal diary Ali Khan is a Muslim growing up in Baku on the shores of the Caspian Sea in what is at the time a Russian possession He is in love with Nino Kipiani a Georgian Christian who becomes a Georgian Princess through the courtesy of the Czar If you re thinking that this will turn out to be a typical star crossed lovers meet at garden walls and ne er dare speak their love you d be wrong For this is a melting pot of a society an oil boom town where Georgians Armenians Westerners Persians and Muslims who interestingly are the group referred to by their religion not their nationality they are called Mohammedans all mix together Everyone does have a place but there are many factors which factor into deciding who matters who is where on the social scale schooling family money and family historyNo the book focuses on the much interesting task of how one makes a cross cultural life in a world that is becoming ever divided along every line possible religion politics economics and of course the powerful new god of NationalismThis is than anything else a meditation on definitions explanations lines and musings on Who I Am and Who I Am Not and perhaps importantly for geopolitics Who We Are and Who We Are Not Ali visits many towns around his area and they all have some great story of their background a legend that makes where they live the best place on earth and no one seems to mind that the next town over also claims that they re the best ever Not in this melting pot of an area Everything that everyone does seems to have to be attributed to some part of their background or heritage such as there s a moment where Ali goes wild with fury after a friend of his kidnaps his fianc e after seducing her with the idea of living in Europe and escaping the Asia that scares her and he kills the man while taking a bite out of his throat and afterwards says I am an Asiatic not a European I never mastered the art of hitting below the belt I can only go mad like the desert wolf In this charged atmosphere every action is a statement every minute one chooses sides in this meeting place of Asia and Europe Everyone judges those actions to determine which side you are on Ali is a man caught by this transformative moment in time 1914 He is a man who is Asiatic in his blood and yet is in love with a woman who loves Europe and by extension does many things that might make him seem to lean towards Europe for the sake of putting the smile back in Nino s eyes and yet and yet He cannot let go of the desert and freaks out at the possibility of being posted to Paris where he cannot ride out into the desert or stand on top of his roof looking over the sandThere are many uotes here where people try to philosophize their way to a solution to what makes people so different and how this Asia and Europe is divided People at the time weren t uite sure what to make of it where the line was And so conversations like these happened What have you against trees To me they are the embodiment of life fulfilled Ali Khan is afraid of trees the way a child is afraid of ghosts said Nino It s not as bad as that But what you feel for trees I feel for the desert I repliedDadiani s childish eyes blinked The desert he said fallow bushes and hot sand The world of trees perplexes me your Highness It is full of fight and mystery of ghosts and demons You cannot look ahead You are surrounded It is dark The sun s rays are lost in the twilight of the trees In this twilight everything is unreal No I do not love he trees The shadows of the wood oppress me and it makes me sad to hear the rustling of the branches I love simple things wind sand and stones The desert is simple like the thrust of a sword I lose my way in the woods your Highness Dadiani looked at me thoughtfully You have the soul of a desert man he said Maybe that is the one real division between men wood men and desert men The Orient s dry intoxication comes from the desert where hot wind and hot sand make men drunk where the world is simple and without problems The woods are full of uestions Only the desert does not ask does not give and does not promise anything But the fire of the soul comes from the wood The desert man I can see him has but one face and knows but one truth and that truth fulfills him The wood man has many faces Maybe that is the main difference between East and West The example there would seem to have uite the Western interpretation but there s just as many conversations the other way And I wonder if I only see the representative of the East coming off worse there because of my own Western or modern biases about tolerance I don t know But if this all seems too much just remember this was written in 1937 by a man who was born in Baku in 1904 and who therefore must be presumed to know what he is talking about He gives all sides a voice lets everyone express both their superiority and their shortcomings in or less eual measure no one group is allowed to be pure For instance our hero repeatedly thinks about killing Westerners for looking at his wife s shoulders or and is shocked by them asking about her in conversation interest in another man s wife being indecent in his society While at the same time he is the man who gives up the most of himself for love tries his best to do whatever makes Nino happy even at the cost of his own identity and is generally the most honest kind and reflective character in the book Characters representing the West are often shown to have the most drive the most passion and the clarity to see the way the world works and yet they re also shown to be hypocritical and of course the horror of WWI Sadly the author only has to conjure up the image of the machine gun or say the word trenches to condemn what all the civilization of Europe has come to The fact that he wrote this on the eve of yet another world war is even poignant I ve heard that this is considered the Azeri national novel I d believe that It gives a visceral picture of the history culture and every day life of the area at the time and than that deals with the larger conflicts that still plague the region today And not only the region elsewhere in the world as well The story of the author ties in to the theme of this work As fascinating as the novel really He was born a Ukranian Jew converted to Islam and became Essad Bey and published under the name of Kurban Said He lived in Baku left for Berlin after the Russian Revolution Berlin until Hitler Austria and Italy There is evidence actually that the Austrian baroness he became friends with in the 1930s deserves co authorship of this book it is certainly based on his interactions with her as is the other novel published under his name The Girl From the Golden Horn This was a man who was used to trying on different identities and seeing what became him what came closest to his Self and a man who would know what it was like for someone to tell you what you were when you didn t consider yourself to be anything of that kind Reading this I often had to remind myself that it was written in 1937 All of these things are still immediately important now East v West the answer to the uestion What is Europe the balance between preservation of culture and the natural progress of society societal structures in a mixed religious society the problem of what identity one really wants to fix one s Self to The uestions of the twentieth century aren t over yet not by a long shot and it is truly amazing how far we have not come from the days of this novel The Couette and the Boarding School recently the subject of a feature article in the New Yorker which has inspired a forthcoming biography Out of print for nearly three decades until the hardcover Imagimorphia re The Book of Beginnings It's Just Us Here release last year Ali and Nino is Kurban Said's masterpiece It is a captivating novel as evocative of the exotic desert landscape as it is of the passion between two people pull. There is a large genre of novels The Homelanders The Homelanders #1 4 related to WWI that deal in the heartbreak of the last summer before the storm the coming death of the old world and the founding of the new Le Grand Meulnes which is still the uintessential French coming of age novel is one example The histories on this theme are scarcely less legionThis novel is both a part of that genre and so much than that It is told from the first person perspective of Ali Khan Shirvanshir who has turned a Burning Attraction reuest from the town gossip to write down what a hero s feelings are into a personal diary Ali Khan is a Muslim growing up in Baku on the shores of the Caspian Sea in what is at the time a Russian possession He is in love with Nino Kipiani a Georgian Christian who becomes a Georgian Princess through the courtesy of the Czar If you The Numbers Game Baseball's Lifelong Fascination with Statistics re thinking that this will turn out to be a typical star crossed lovers meet at garden walls and ne er dare speak their love you d be wrong For this is a melting pot of a society an oil boom town where Georgians Armenians Westerners Persians and Muslims who interestingly are the group Tall Man Riding referred to by their The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory religion not their nationality they are called Mohammedans all mix together Everyone does have a place but there are many factors which factor into deciding who matters who is where on the social scale schooling family money and family historyNo the book focuses on the much interesting task of how one makes a cross cultural life in a world that is becoming ever divided along every line possible Wild Man Creek religion politics economics and of course the powerful new god of NationalismThis is than anything else a meditation on definitions explanations lines and musings on Who I Am and Who I Am Not and perhaps importantly for geopolitics Who We Are and Who We Are Not Ali visits many towns around his area and they all have some great story of their background a legend that makes where they live the best place on earth and no one seems to mind that the next town over also claims that they Tremors of Fury The Days of Ash and Fury #2 re the best ever Not in this melting pot of an area Everything that everyone does seems to have to be attributed to some part of their background or heritage such as there s a moment where Ali goes wild with fury after a friend of his kidnaps his fianc e after seducing her with the idea of living in Europe and escaping the Asia that scares her and he kills the man while taking a bite out of his throat and afterwards says I am an Asiatic not a European I never mastered the art of hitting below the belt I can only go mad like the desert wolf In this charged atmosphere every action is a statement every minute one chooses sides in this meeting place of Asia and Europe Everyone judges those actions to determine which side you are on Ali is a man caught by this transformative moment in time 1914 He is a man who is Asiatic in his blood and yet is in love with a woman who loves Europe and by extension does many things that might make him seem to lean towards Europe for the sake of putting the smile back in Nino s eyes and yet and yet He cannot let go of the desert and freaks out at the possibility of being posted to Paris where he cannot Illustrated Workbook for Self Therapy for Your Inner Critic ride out into the desert or stand on top of his A daddy for Christmas repliedDadiani s childish eyes blinked The desert he said fallow bushes and hot sand The world of trees perplexes me your Highness It is full of fight and mystery of ghosts and demons You cannot look ahead You are surrounded It is dark The sun s Banned in Britain rays are lost in the twilight of the trees In this twilight everything is unreal No I do not love he trees The shadows of the wood oppress me and it makes me sad to hear the Hour of the Beast rustling of the branches I 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  • Ali und Nino
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  • 10 July 2018
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