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Dear Zari

E given as payment to end of a family feud to a life spent in a dark dusty room weaving carpets from a young girl being brought up as a boy to a woman living as a widow shunned by society Intimate emotion. I thought this book was going to be about women all over the Middle East and their different stories Where this was present it was also A LOT about the author herself All You Need Is Less payment to end of a family feud to a life spent in a dark dusty room weaving carpets from a young girl being brought up as a boy to a woman living as a widow shunned by society Intimate emotion. I thought this book was going to be about women all over the Middle East and their different stories Where this was

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Moving enlightening and heartbreaking Dear Zari gives voice to the secret lives of Afghan women For the first time Dear Zari allows these women to tell their stories in their own words from the child brid. This book is disappointing because it could have been And that is the heart of the issue Without a doubt Zaraghunna Kargar deserves acclaim simply for her work on th

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Al painful and uplifting these stories uncover the suffering and strength of women in this deeply religious and intensely traditional society and show how their courage is an inspiration to women everywhe. This collection of stories of the lives of women in Afghanistan deserves to be read by a wider audience Despite the traumatic lives that these women have lived their


10 thoughts on “Dear Zari

  1. says:

    I received a free copy of this book through Goodreads First ReadsKnowing relatively little about modern Afghanistan other than what little I've heard on the news I was interested to hear accounts of what life is really like for Afghan women Kargar gathered the stories presented in this book while working for the BBC and producing a radio p

  2. says:

    One thing I loved about this book is that some of these interviews were done by women Zari trained to do interviews What this means is that the lives and stories of the women in the book are ones not usually covered by the Western press Some

  3. says:

    This book is disappointing because it could have been And that is the heart of the issue Without a doubt Zaraghunna Kargar deserves acclaim simply for her work on the BBC’s Afghan’s Woman’s Hour Yet The central problem with this book why it doesn’t live up to the promise is that it doesn’t know what it wants t

  4. says:

    I don't know how to properly rate a book that is so unpleasant in its honesty and its bleakness The book itself is well written poignant approachable and important The subject matter is depressing hopeless infuriating and incomprehensible It leaves the reader wondering is there a normal Afghan experience Is there an Afghan family unit with ties of loyalty fidelity and love? Because after reading these stories you are le

  5. says:

    I thought this book was going to be about women all over the Middle East and their different stories Where this was present it was also A LOT about the author herself I did not want to read a memoir but different stories I actually got tired of the author interrupting the other women's stories to talk about her

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    ‘The son who was going to sleep with me was also very young; he was fifteen years old He would also sometimes beat me while telling me that I was soon going to be his wife but he didn’t beat me as much as the others did”Zarghuna Kargar was born in Kabul in 1982 When civil war erupted across Afghanistan she and her

  7. says:

    This is an incredible book A must read The women who bravely came forward and told their stories deserve all our

  8. says:

    An amazing book of women of Afghanistan Portrayals of women who are locked in a world where they are neither valued nor respected These women were treated as property and with suspicion and having almost no freedom of movement The book raised several uestions for me including how typical are these portrayals? why are women so unfeeling towards other women? and what lasting impact has the Afghan Women's Hour had on the lives of women in the

  9. says:

    This collection of stories of the lives of women in Afghanistan deserves to be read by a wider audience Despite th

  10. says:

    Book 83 Week 44Dear Zari by Zarghuna KargarRating 45I bought this book many years back but just hadn't gotten around to reading it Especially having received a Kindle 2 years ago has affected my paper book reading drastically I'm glad I finally picked up a book and it was this oneDear Zari is an anthology of real life experiences of Afghani women from across the country hailing from different towns and family backgrounds Unfort

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