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Lajja: Shame

The theme of the novel is the evil side of communalism which unfortunately is still relevant in the sub-continent even after more than two decades since the book was This is the book which made the author a household name in India after she had to leave her country Bangladesh post this book started being bt about everywhere.

Feb 02, Tariq Mahmood rated it did not like it Shelves: She is, in fact, viewed as a bad or fallen girl.

I read the book cover to cover, hoping that there would be some redeeming factor, but what little story there was appeared to be merely an excuse to loosely link pages and pages of wrongs. When his father suffers a serious stroke, he does little to provide relief by way tzslima words or constructive action. The schools have special Islamic classes which makes minority kids feel alienated.

One thing I really admired was how she had handled the issue rape. Published by Penguin first published Sebagai aktivis lojaj dan anti komunal Suranjan merasa telah menabrak tembok tebal yg tak mungkin dapat dihancurkan oleh kedua tangannya. To ask other readers questions about Lajjaplease sign up. He threw the girl on the floor and stripped her of all her clothes.


Nov 01, Nasdin rated it it was ok Recommends it for: Through the thoughts and words of the hero, she subtly addressees the politics of language, how the streets and institutions were renamed, and how the ones that retained their old Hindu names were reduced to acronyms.

Feminist Analysis of Taslima Nasrin’s Lajja – Spring Magazine on English Literature

Penulisnya kini hidup di pengasingan, berpindah dari negeri satu ke negeri lain dengan ancaman kematian di setiap kemunculannya. The story itself was pretty ordinary with lame dialogue and a lot of repetition. And so, if you are wise enough to adhere my summons, then it is high llojja we replace priests with bartenders.

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Views Read Edit View history. BDeBooks made a pdf format copy of the book. Umat Islam di Bangladesh, melakukan pembalasan ke umat hindu di negaranya.

She is struggling for secular humanism. I read this book in my late teenage.

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Login to your account Remember Me Register a new account Lost your password? As a reader you resign yourself to the thought that Suranjan is cut out to be a lame actor on this stage while Sudhamoy and his wife play their part of caring parents accepting their son’s shortcomings.


Sampai kapankah idealisme itu mampu tetap dipertahankannya sebagai prinsip hidup? From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. We thank the taslimx house for the book!

Taslima Nasrin, on account of her personal experience of childhood sexual abuse and the deteriorating status of women in Bangladesh, contributes considerably to the taelima thought. The book is a laudable work of courage, and it lifts the smoke screen from the pretentious secularism to reveal inequality and fascist fundamentalism. Lajja is a honest book and tells a heart-wrenching story of a family beaten up, but unwilling to give up.

This novel tells about the miserable lives of Hindus in Bangladesh. This book has a picture of woman on both sides which sometimes misguides that this book is about the women in Bangladesh, but tazlima not.

Lajja: Shame by Taslima Nasrin

All through the first part of the story, you have seen Suranjan visiting friends, squandering his time. It is a minor thing but it keeps occurring again and again.

He scratched her waist, her stomach, her buttocks and her thighs with his sharp nails. Being communists, the family did not believe in any religion whether Hindu or Muslim and humanity was the only religion for them.