The Moor's Account by Laila Lalami Details
< strong > nominated for the Man Booker Prize in 2015 </strong > < br > < br > in 1527, the Spanish conquistador Pánfilo de Narváez arrived on the…Check it in Amazon
< strong > nominated for the Man Booker Prize in 2015 </strong > < br > < br > in 1527, the Spanish conquistador Pánfilo de Narváez arrived on the Florida coast from modern-day with hundreds of settlers and claimed the region for l' Spain. Almost immediately, l 'expedition was decimated by a combination d' navigational errors, disease, famine and fierce resistance of the native tribes.
"Less d' one year remained only four survivors: three Noblemen and a Moroccan slave called "Estebanico. The record official, fixed after a meeting with Spanish forces in 1536, contains only the accounts of the three freemen.
The fourth, which reference the title of the masterful novel by Laila Lalami, is l'Estebanico. Lank gives us Estebanico as l 'history book' has never done: as Mustafa, dynamic Azemmur trader forced l' slavery and a new name and that the first black Explorer of the Americas, discover and be unmasked by various hostile tribes and compassion.
Estebanico said the survivors' crossing of large parts of the new world transforms conquerors potentials humble servants and fearful pariahs in the faith healers. There are always attentive, ingenious and full d 'only hope' he may one day find his way back to his family, even if he feels (if ambiguous) unexpected camaraderie with his masters.
Moor brother account ' illuminate the ways what stories can transmigrer in l' history, and how storytelling can offer a chance at redemption, reinvention and survival. < br > < br > ""Tell a story is like planting a seed,"Estebanico warnings, "vous always l' hope to see it become a beautiful tree, with the firm of roots and branches that brother ' rise upwards into the sky.
". But c' is a special seedlings, because you will never know if your seed nozzles or dies.
"Mighty oaks from acorns tiny grow and history of Lank is a fertile mixture of fact and fiction. "The Financial Times < /em > - < em > .
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