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G called Empty Crate which specializes in attacking schools Ndalu is mystified by the family servant Comrade Antonio who thinks that Angola worked better when it was a colony of Portugal and by his Aunt Dada who lives in Portugal and doesn't know what a ration card is In a charming voice that is completely original Good Morning Comrades tells the story of a group of fr. Ondjaki s writing style is very simple making it an easy read However the way that the narrator tells the story so simply is shocking when you realize the reality that he lives in and how normal it is This books has very well developed themes which make it a great book for discussion groups Letters from Africa, 1914-1931 you realize the reality that he lives in and how normal it is This books has very well developed themes which make it a great book for discussion groups

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Luanda Angola 1990 Ndalu is a normal twelve year old boy in an extraordinary time and place Like his friends he enjoys laughing at his teachers avoiding homework and telling tall tales But Ndalu's teachers are Cuban his homework assignments include writing essays on the role of the workers and peasants and the tall tales he and his friends tell are about a criminal gan. Do you feel nostalgia for a communist past that never existed Do you strongly miss your childhood even if it was lived in the midst of war Do you think that school days were the best days of your life even if you could barely stand getting up in the morning If this is your frame of mind then there is no better book than Good Morning Comrades for youThe debut novel of famous Angolan author Ondjaki Good Morning Comrades follows the daily life of Ndalu The schoolgoing boy lives with his middle class family and goes to a good school He and his friends are taught by Cuban teachers who garner great respect because of their dedication to the revolution There is also a visiting aunt from Portugal completely clueless in the ways of communism and AfricaIn many ways the novel is lighthearted depicting a portrait of life from the worldview of a child Though shortage and war are ever present in the background the story is not emotionally heavyhanded and puts its point across brilliantly The students are well fleshed out and school life in communist Angola was well depicted The ability to follow instructions without uestioning is deeply ingrained at school and this affects the way Ndalu and his friends experience the outside world Ndalu s school stories play a pivotal role in the narrative where misinformation rules The lack of awareness of his own purchasing ability is brilliantly shown by means of a Portuguese aunt who brings presents for everyone and has no clue why the President of Angola reuires a guard Of course this means that the aunt had to be made completely dumb but I feel I can forgive that in view of the otherwise amazing narrative The book brings out the strong influence of Cuba Russia and Portugal on Angola I have rarely been impressed with child narrators but this one was just perfect I think Good Morning Comrades would be a perfect addition to anyone s bookshelf Hasta La Proxima Vez/Till Next Time (Kristine Series, year old boy in an extraordinary time and place Like his friends he enjoys laughing at his teachers avoiding homework and telling tall tales But Ndalu's teachers are Cuban his homework assignments include writing essays on the role of the workers and peasants and the tall tales he and his friends tell are about a criminal gan. Do Palaces for the People: How Social Infrastructure Can Help Fight Inequality, Polarization, and the Decline of Civic Life you feel nostalgia for a communist past that never existed Do Cary Grant you strongly miss A Field Guide to the Plants and Animals of the Middle Rio Grande Bosque your childhood even if it was lived in the midst of war Do Cosmos you think that school days were the best days of Whats in a Surname? your life even if Cristiano Ronaldo: The Biography you could barely stand getting up in the morning If this is Forex For Ambitious Beginners: A Guide to Successful Currency Trading your frame of mind then there is no better book than Good Morning Comrades for Min-min Vol. 2 youThe debut novel of famous Angolan author Ondjaki Good Morning Comrades follows the daily life of Ndalu The schoolgoing boy lives with his middle class family and goes to a good school He and his friends are taught by Cuban teachers who garner great respect because of their dedication to the revolution There is also a visiting aunt from Portugal completely clueless in the ways of communism and AfricaIn many ways the novel is lighthearted depicting a portrait of life from the worldview of a child Though shortage and war are ever present in the background the story is not emotionally heavyhanded and puts its point across brilliantly The students are well fleshed out and school life in communist Angola was well depicted The ability to follow instructions without uestioning is deeply ingrained at school and this affects the way Ndalu and his friends experience the outside world Ndalu s school stories play a pivotal role in the narrative where misinformation rules The lack of awareness of his own purchasing ability is brilliantly shown by means of a Portuguese aunt who brings presents for everyone and has no clue why the President of Angola reuires a guard Of course this means that the aunt had to be made completely dumb but I feel I can forgive that in view of the otherwise amazing narrative The book brings out the strong influence of Cuba Russia and Portugal on Angola I have rarely been impressed with child narrators but this one was just perfect I think Good Morning Comrades would be a perfect addition to anyone s bookshelf

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Iends who create a perfect childhood in a revolutionary socialist country fighting a bitter war But the world is changing around these children and like all childhood's Ndalu's cannot last An internationally acclaimed novel already published in half a dozen countries Good Morning Comrades is an unforgettable work of fiction by one of Africa's most exciting young writer. Fast short and fun A take from the eyes of a school boy the author of Luanda urban life during the civil war Personally I found amazing some piecesuotes on man s as in person duty towards society Although Ondjaki managed to create a good atmosphere of 80s Luanda for me it lacked the immersion to the child s vision and way of thinking as in The Cubs and Other Stories by Llosa or La noche de los alfileres by Roncagliolo Depth of story may seem initially shallow but over the course you come to realize that it is just magnificent through simplicity All in all I found very nice signs of writing and eagerly wait to read from Ondjaki in the futureBottomline A nice uick read to work as a entrance to the African literature Last Family Standing young writer. Fast short and fun A take from the eyes of a school boy the author of Luanda urban life during the civil war Personally I found amazing some piecesuotes on man s as in person duty towards society Although Ondjaki managed to create a good atmosphere of 80s Luanda for me it lacked the immersion to the child s vision and way of thinking as in The Cubs and Other Stories by Llosa or La noche de los alfileres by Roncagliolo Depth of story may seem initially shallow but over the course Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Submission Grappling Techniques you come to realize that it is just magnificent through simplicity All in all I found very nice signs of writing and eagerly wait to read from Ondjaki in the futureBottomline A nice uick read to work as a entrance to the African literature


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  1. says:

    Do you feel nostalgia for a communist past that never existed? Do you strongly miss your childhood even if it was lived in the midst of war? Do

  2. says:

    Good Morning Comrades is the delightful debut novel by Angolan author Ondjaki pen name for Ndalu de Almeida Published in 2001 in Portuguese and engagingly translated by Stephen Henighan 2008 it launched Ondjaki's

  3. says:

    Simple charming child’s eye view of life in Angola during revolutionary changes civil war in the 1990s The Afterword provides a lot

  4. says:

    Good morning ComradesWhat a profoundly funny yet sad first book by the Angolan writer Ondjaki Having been mesmeriz

  5. says:

    Ondjaki's writing style is very simple making it an easy read However the way that the narrator tells the story so simply is shocking when you realize the reality that he lives in and how normal it is This books has very well devel

  6. says:

    45 le petit nicholas thrown in a serious situation during civil war in Angola I was blown away

  7. says:

    Out of the mouths of babes Good Morning Comrades is set in Angola in the early 90s among civil war and supposed post colonialism spearheaded

  8. says:

    Fast short and fun A take from the eyes of a school boy the author of Luanda urban life during the civil war Personally I found amazing some piecesuotes on man’s as in person duty towards society Although Ondjaki managed to create a good atmosphere of 80s Luanda for me it lacked the immersion to the child's vision and way of thinking as in The Cubs and Other Stories by Llosa or La noche de los alfileres by Roncagliol

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    This is a simple but evocative story about a boy in Angola who is about to finish school structured around two big disruptions that threaten to come into his life The first is all anticipation but ultimately baseless as ru

  10. says:

    Read for office book clubI was really excited to read this one It takes place in Angola and it's uite rare for a fiction book out of Angola to be translated to English and it takes place on the cusp of the brief peace in angola's civil war Pluses it was meant to address what it was like to have Cuban teachers and living in a place where war was going on so long it was normalized The back cover made it sound greatWell it wasn't It was bor

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