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De parte de la princesa muerta (1987)

by Kenizé Mourad

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Even knowing that the ending is going to be tragic and even knowing that the tone of the book has to change, I just can't stand reading about the period of the Golden Age all of these rich spoiled people. ( )
  FourFreedoms | May 17, 2019 |
Even knowing that the ending is going to be tragic and even knowing that the tone of the book has to change, I just can't stand reading about the period of the Golden Age all of these rich spoiled people. ( )
  ShiraDest | Mar 6, 2019 |
jedna bolna prica o turskoj princezi Selmi koja udajom postaje rani od Badalpura, a zadnje dane provodi u ratu unistenom Parizu, iza sebe ostavlja malu kcerku Kenize koja je i autorka ovog romana... ( )
  ceca78 | Apr 10, 2016 |
It smells like a Barbra Cartland's novel, too much of everything, gowns, perfumes, birds, flowers, blood, wounds, tears, and so little of what could have been a great historical saga. But what upset me the most is the constant denial of the 1915 Armenian genocide. ( )
  Replay | Mar 28, 2007 |
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Ceci est l'histoire de ma m re, la princesse Selma, n e dans un palais d'Istanbul... Ce pourrait tre le d but d'un conte; c'est une histoire authentique qui commence en 1918 la cour du dernier sultan de l'Empire ottoman.Selma a sept ans quand elle voit s' crouler cet empire. Condamn e l'exil, la famille imp riale s'installe au Liban. Selma, qui a perdu la fois son pays et son p re, y sera la princesse aux bas repris s .C'est Beyrouth qu'elle grandira et rencontrera son premier amour, un jeune chef druze; amour t t bris . Selma acceptera alors d' pouser un raja indien qu'elle n'a jamais vu. Aux Indes, elle vivra les fastes des maharajas, les derniers jours de l'Empire britannique et la lutte pour l'ind pendance. Mais l , comme au Liban, elle reste l' trang re et elle finira par s'enfuir Paris o elle trouvera enfin le v ritable amour. La guerre l'en s parera et elle mourra dans la mis re, vingt-neuf ans, apr s avoir donn naissance une fille: l'auteur de ce r cit.… (more)

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