The Girl from Nowhere: trafficked by my mother to save my life: A Romani Ghetto Life
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Drovane was worse than prison: at least in prison there are guards, and even the worst prisons on earth have some semblance of control and protection. But in Drovane the government and police left us to our own devices, and rarely ventured inside the borough unless it was to raid us for some stupid reason (I’m convinced they used Drovane as a training ground for new police officers), or when they had an unsolved crime and needed a random Gypsy to fill the role of suspect. This happened too many times to count as I was growing up. R.F. Kuang, Sue Lynn Tan, Rebecca Ross, Kate Heartfield, N.E. Davenport, Saara El-Arifi, Juno Dawson and Sunyi Dean
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History Makers: Female Writers Dominate the 2023 William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award Shortlist To Eliska Tanzer, it means being rented out to dance for older men. It means living without running water. It means not being allowed a job or an education. It means being stuffed into a bare room with all your aunts and cousins, fighting over the thin, stained blanket the way you fight over the last piece of half-mouldy bread.Myslím, že každý si príde na svoje v tejto knihe. Je to taký dobrý mix, kde isté momenty vás chytia za srdce, rozosmejú, potešia, inšpirujú, ale aj rozosmútia. A možno vám tento príbeh aj otvorí oči. Best Books Set in the 1920s — from Stories That Shimmer with Champagne and Social Change, to Rip-roaring Reads Covering Crime, Colonialism and Beyond. ELISKA TANZER is a writer and a dancer, not always at the same time. She completed a degree in creative writing at the University of Wolverhampton. This is her first book. She spends her time in the Midlands with an uncomfortably large collection of notebooks and sequins.
Eliska Tanzer The Girl from Nowhere: A Romani Ghetto Life by Eliska Tanzer
The RRP is the suggested or Recommended Retail Price of a product, set by the publisher or manufacturer. There are parts where I cringed at how Tanszer would minimize or explain away the terrible things her parents did to her. In the end, I got the impression she was articulating her feelings at the time because by the end of the story we have a very good picture of her relationship with them. I really appreciated how she articulated the complexities of her relationship with her family. It is so toxic, but she seems to always hold out hope that they truly care.V istom momente som sa zamyslela nad tým, či táto kniha nie je príliš pokroková na Slovensko. Či sú Slováci pripravení na také zrkadlo (aspoň čo sa týka prvej polovice a doslovu). Áno, samozrejme, už prešie