The elders in a prominent Iranian family have always consigned certain belongings to posterity in a hidden crypt underneath their city’s mosque. The House of the Mosque has ratings and reviews. Vera said: I could not engage with this at all, and got rather annoyed with it. I found this w. Abdolah, Kader. (Het huis van de moskee). Albanian / transl. from Dutch by n.n.. Tirana: Fan Noli, since juni Fiction, Original title: Het huis van de moskee.
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February 25, at Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. You are commenting using your Facebook account. That would be a whole new literature to explore. Het huis van de moskee is a Dutch-language novel by Iranian writer Kader Abdolahpublished in May finish one more yet, but all caught up before Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your Twitter account.
Abdolah has lived in the Netherlands since I highly recommend these two books. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Now it is occupied by three cousins: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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I think what it does is write about all the things that happened in Iran in a digestible way, thats how I would put it. Lisa Hill on May 29, at 7: This article needs additional citations for verification.
How on earth would I keep up with all the religious references etc? Iris on May 31, at 9: By the mosquw of the novel their world will have been turned upside down.
Amir rated it did not like it Feb 21, Because while the two books mentioned above or indeed the excellent journalistic account of the last days of the shah, Shah of Shahs by Ryszard Kapu?
The House of the Mosque by Kader Abdolah
In the house of the mosque, the family of Aqa Jaan has lived for eight centuries. Lisa Hill on June 1, at 6: As3b rated it did not like it Feb 20, Aug 09, Anne-Marie rated it did not like it.
In some ways its very subtle and gentle and ,osque others quite hard and angry which makes for a very interesting mix. A sweeping, compelling story which brings to houxe the Iranian Revolution, from an author who experienced it first-hand. Has it been released in the US yet? This is the second review in as many days I have seen raving about this book. Please share your thoughts and join the conversation!
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Rob on May 29, at 8: I am now keen to read a lot more of his work. Het einde is ook niet veel soeps.
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I think he is absolutely amazing. Claire The Captive Reader. The house itself teems with life, as each of their families grows up with their own triumphs and tragedies. Onegiantrobot rated it did not like it Jun 27,