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Delhi EPUB Delhi Khushwant Singh Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Narratore Dell Opera, Una Vera E Propria Saga Che Si Estende Per Circa Seicento Anni, Un Vecchio Sporcaccione Che Ama Delhi Come Ama La Sua Hijda, La Sua Prostituta Preferita, Bhagmati, Met Uomo, Met Donna Con L Energia E La Creativit Di Entrambi I Sessi Viaggiando Attraverso Il Tempo, Lo Spazio E La Storia Per Riscoprire La Sua Amata Citt , Il Narratore Si Imbatte In Una Miriade Di Personaggi Che Hanno Fatto Di Delhi Il Luogo Mistico Che Essa Un Viaggio Epico In Cui La Citt Dell Impero Viene Consegnata Per Sempre All Immortalit Della Letteratura.

10 thoughts on “Delhi

  1. says:

    The preface declares the injecting of a lot of seminal fluid into the book guaranteeing you the dirty old man his sobriquet experience, so what s not to like Through it you witness the 600 years of history that has shaped this city covering Mughals, War of 1857, 1984 Sikh pogrom, Untouchables, Timurids, Hazrat Nizamuddin and , some squalid, some divine His candid, sentimental and unapologetic outpourings reach orgasmic heights in the chapters devoted to the uncouth, rude, pock marked The preface declares the injecting of a lot of seminal fluid into the book guaranteeing you the dirty old man his sobriquet experience, so what s not to like Through it you witness the 600 years of history that has shaped this city covering Mughals, War of 1857, 1984 Sikh pogrom, Untouchables, Timurids, Hazrat Nizamuddin and , some squalid, some divine His candid, sentimental and unapologetic outpourings reach orgasmic heights in the chapters devoted to the uncouth, rude, pock marked, common sex worker and transvestite Bhagmati an allegory to his love for Delhi which withstands his occasional whoring of foreign shores Delhi is a lot like Bhagmati, she has been with many men, devotedly loved those who loved her, yet, she has the ability to spit them out like b...

  2. says:

    I was annoyed from the first to the last page The premise was very interesting Delhi s history from the Mughal Empire 1526 to the murder of Indira Gandhi 1984 Chapters alternate from present time in which we read above all about useless sex scenes among the main character and a hijra prostitute to ancient time where the past revives thanks to the first person narration of different characters.I couldn t understand which was the fictional part and which were real historical events, it wa I was annoyed from the first to the last page The premise was very interesting Delhi s history from the Mughal Empire 1526 to the murder of Indira Gandhi 1984 Chapters alternate from present time in which we read above all about useless sex scenes ...

  3. says:

    This book kept me up for several nights I never fell asleep while reading the book but the exhaustion I felt after reading about the bloody massacres that have dotted the pages of Indian history was tremendous This is an extremely powerful book From the invasion of Taimur to the Anti Sikh riots, to the personal accoun...

  4. says:

    a lot of sex a lot of it and a lot of death evendeath than sex after a while, the massacres began to bleed into each other, just one slaughter followed by another i m not faulting Singh for this at least, not yet because i haven t done enough historical readings on Delhi to be able to contextualise his fiction , because it does seem as though he s just plotting out the city s bloody history so if it seems like it s an excessively macabre novel, it s because that s what the city was a lot of sex a lot of it and a lot of death evendeath than sex after a while, the massacres began to bleed into each other, just one slaughter followed by another i m not faulting Singh for this at least, not yet because i haven t done enough historical readings on Delhi to be able ...

  5. says:

    Delhi is a wonderful book It tells the history of Delhi beautifully The narrative voice right at the start tells us that Delhi is vulgar, loud, dangerous and a damaged city, but once it is known intimately it reveals its charms, its seductions Every stone of this city tells a story digging of this city is an archeologist s delight Delhi has repeatedly been destroyed and rebuilt throughout its recorded history.In this book, the body of Delhi is compared with the body of a Hijra transgende Delhi is a wonderful book It tells the history of Delhi beautifully The narrative voice right at the start tells us that Delhi is vulgar, loud, dangerous and a damaged city, but once it is known intimately it reveals its charms, its seductions Every stone of this city tells a story digging of this city is an a...

  6. says:

    This was so horrendously bad that I had forgotten all about having read this book I guess my brain was trying to subconsciously suppress the memory of it However, my brain, being the way it is, just as well randomly popped this book up at me on a Monday evening, because that is the sort of thing my brain likes to do NOTHING about the book you might initially read, see or hear about would remotely suggest the level of bad ness this book entails I read this on a recommendation of a friend s, a This was so horrendously bad that I had forgotten all about having...

  7. says:

    Delhi History in the Garb of Erotica.History in the garb of Erotica or is it the other way round Would be an apt epithet for Delhi A Novel by Khushwant Singh.Synopsis A lecherous historian cum writer is in a bad phase of his career that he takes a part time job as a tourist guide in Delhi As a guide he ensures a perennial supply of foreign memsahibs for himself with whom he has innumerable flings He takes these tourists and his hijda mistress around Delhi for sightseeing thus visiting v Delhi History in the Garb of Erotica.History in the garb of Erotica or is...

  8. says:

    The world is the body and Delhi its life , said Asadullah Khan Ghalib Delhi is still as intriguing as ever, so old and yet so new, holding within its folds history, politics, love, violence, religion, destruction and countless other emotions and stories The city of dginns , by William Dalrimple helped stimulate my interest in this life of the world and Khushwant Singh s Delhi seemed to be an apt choice.I guess I was holding the wrong book for the wrong reasons It is only a birds ey The world is the body and Delhi its life , said Asadullah Khan Ghalib Delhi is still as intriguing as ever, so old and yet so new, holding within its folds history, politics, love, violence, religion, destruction and countless other emotions and stories The city of dginns , by William Dalrimple helped stimulate my interest in this life of the world and Khushwant Singh s Delhi seemed to be an apt choice.I guess I was holding the wrong book for the wrong reasons It is only a birds eye view and...

  9. says:

    If one can tolerate the excessively elaborate accounts of the protagonist s sexual encounters, the novel is a good read to understand Indian history in a different perspective Even if one is not familiar with the Indian History, the novel still appeals due to its accurate detailing of the location and structure of the monuments of Delhi No, the novel doesn t end at Red Fort and Qutub Minar The way K...

  10. says:

    Some day I will write a similar book about my beloved city I promise Don t ask which city But I will

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