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I have rarely been impressed with child narrators, but this one was just perfect.

Nov 13, Kavita rated it really liked it Shelves: It was boring, there was zero plot, and beyond even tha Read for office book club. Life is childishly full for Ndalu, every day a new day, with little carry-over from one to the next.

A major event in the book is the visit of his Aunt Diz from Portugal — who brings not just chocolate for the kids, but even potatoes.

Seeing the world through the eyes of a camadadas boy, daily life, however, is preoccupied with school, games, friends and family. Ondjaki has already been awarded a number of important prizes, among them the prestigious Jabuti Prize.

On the Sunday he bewitches the priest and the people in the church to such an extent, that they fall in a state of ondjali and unimagined sensuality and zest for life. Livro narrador pelo menino Ondalu que vivencia na escola as amizades e as saudades das despedidas. But the world is changing around these children, and like all childhood’s Ndalu’s cannot last.


Me llevo de este en particular conocimientos, pocos pero nuevos, sobre Angola. But contrary to their agreement, the Lion does not share the feast cqmaradas leaves the Rabbit only the skins and bones.

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Apr 24, Friederike Knabe rated it really liked it Shelves: Lo scrittore riserva ampio spazio alla odjaki, alle avventure camarada Ndalu e dei suoi amici di cui impariamo presto a conoscere i nomi, le loro storie e le loro caratteristiche peculiari e soprattutto al rapporto meraviglioso che si instaura tra gli alunni e i maestri cubani che insegnano loro anche l’importanza della ribellione, della rivoluzione, del coraggio di seguire le proprie idee.

Good Morning Comrades – Canada. What if we all had the gift of changing our bodies throughout our lives? Reading about a young boy’s life in Luanda when the narrator is the young boy himself is quite another.

Good Morning Comrades

For instance, there is the very old man who invents words and the very old woman who destroys words. Childhood is a former time that will always returnsays the author. Eia ser feliz un neno en tempo de guerra? Tragically, Africans were crippled with colonization, and have struggled with the afterward.

Ndalu is invited with some other Youth Pioneers to appear on a National Radio broadcast, giving a testimony for the workers: After studying sociology, he now works on various cinema and film projects. A versatile young talent and a most promising writer of the Portuguese language in Africa, he has already had paintings exhibited, given public performances as an actor, as well as published his own poems and novels. Amazon Inspire Digital Onddjaki Resources.


On her journey with the little man, Ynari discovers that war is part of the world: The book brings out the strong influence of Cuba, Russia, and Portugal on Angola.

Ndalu reports what happens, and in this way Ondjaki does provide a lot of information about conditions physical, political, etc. Pretty breezy read, too, which doesn’t hurt. Good Morning Comrades is set in Angola in the early 90s, among civil war and supposed post-colonialism spearheaded by the liberating comrades from Cuba and the Soviet Union, with roving gangs of bandits and political unrest. Refresh and try again. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics.

Retrieved from ” https: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. He liked to play, to swim, to smile. Bomm is sick of seeing so much suffering around and gets so light that his wife has to tie him down to stop him floating away.

The Cuban teachers will be heading home, for example, signaling a fundamental change. Anyway, major disappointment here with the story if not the subject.