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  • Title: Bom dia, camaradas
  • Author: Ondjaki
  • ISBN: 9788535923766
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Ondjaki

Ndalu de Almeida born 1977 is a writer from Angola, writing under the pen name Ondjaki He lives in Luanda, the capital of the country, and has written poetry, children s books, short stories, novels, drama and film scripts.Ondjaki studied sociology at the University of Lisbon, and wrote his graduation paper about Angolan writer Luandino Vieira His literary debut came in 2002 with the novella O Assobiador The Whistler , which was followed up with the childhood memoir Bom dia camaradas Good Morning, Comrades in 2003 To date 2010 he has published four novels, three collections of short stories, two collections of poetry and three children s books His books have been translated to French, Spanish, Italian, German, English, Chinese and SwedishSource enpedia wiki OndjakiOndjaki was born in Luanda in 1977 He completed his degree in Sociology in Lisbon in 2002 with a study on the great Angolan writer Luandino Vieira A versatile young talent and a most promising writer of the Portuguese language in Africa, he has already had paintings exhibited, given public performances as an actor, as well as published his own poems and novels Ondjaki has been awarded the Grande Pr mio de Conto Camilo Castelo Branco 2008 by the Portuguese Writers Association for his novel Os da Minha Rua In 2008 he was distinguished with the Grinzane for Africa award, in the category of young writer, and recently, Ondjaki has won the prestigious Jabuti Prize 2010 with his juvenile book Av Dezanove e o Segredo do Sovi tico Source mertin litag authors_ht



Comments Bom dia, camaradas

  • Kavita

    Do you feel nostalgia for a communist past that never existed? Do you strongly miss your childhood even if it was lived in the midst of war? Do you think that school days were the best days of your life even if you could barely stand getting up in the morning? If this is your frame of mind, then there is no better book than Good Morning Comrades for you.The debut novel of famous Angolan author, Ondjaki, Good Morning Comrades follows the daily life of Ndalu. The schoolgoing boy lives with his mid [...]


  • Stacia

    Simple & charming child’s-eye view of life in Angola during revolutionary changes & civil war in the 1990s. The Afterword provides a lot of good historical context about Angola's history, as well as the various changes that were going on in the 1990s. Even though the book is fiction, the author has said that it is semi-autobiographical, based on his own childhood in 1990s Angola.Recommended, especially for those who enjoy books from around the world.


  • Friederike Knabe

    Good Morning Comrades is the delightful debut novel by Angolan author Ondjaki (pen-name for Ndalu de Almeida). Published in 2001 in Portuguese and engagingly translated by Stephen Henighan (2008), it launched Ondjaki's writing career that has brought him recognition and several international literary awards. For this novel, which tells the coming of age story of Ndalu and his school friends, Ondjaki mined his own memories of childhood and experiences while growing up in Luanda (the capital) duri [...]


  • carpe librorum :)

    Há algum tempo que não me ria tanto com um livro! Após o almoço, esplanada nesta bela tarde de Verono, ri a bom rir, feita parva com a "camarada professora-foguete", o "Bruce Lin", "vox vágen", "ché kingue" o glossário no final deu um certo jeito no início, se bem que há muito calão que também existe por cá e outro que reconheço do Brasil. Lembra-me "Capitães da Areia", num outro tempo, outro continente, é certo, mas mesma temática. Ignorante como sou da história angolana, fique [...]


  • Sofia

    Ondjaki's writing style is very simple, making it an easy read. However, the way that the narrator tells the story so simply is shocking when you realize the reality that he lives in, and how normal it is. This books has very well developed themes which make it a great book for discussion groups.


  • Bjorn

    Out of the mouths of babes Good Morning Comrades is set in Angola in the early 90s, among civil war and supposed post-colonialism spearheaded by the liberating comrades from Cuba and the Soviet Union, with roving gangs of bandits and political unrest. And all witnessed through the eyes of a 12-year-old boy who's never known anything else and is just as cheerfully proud of it all as you'd expect of a good citizen. I'm always a bit worried when I stumble upon a novel written by a poet; there's alw [...]


  • Kevin Pedersen

    This is a simple but evocative story about a boy in Angola who is about to finish school, structured around two big disruptions that threaten to come into his life. The first is all anticipation but ultimately baseless, as rumors and lies about a local gang causes a panic in the protagonist's school one afternoon. The second comes as a surprise but has more lasting consequences as the Cold War suddenly ends, sending Angola into a period of rapid change (a change that, it's not mentioned in the n [...]


  • AJ P

    Read for office book club.I was really excited to read this one. It takes place in Angola (and it's quite rare for a fiction book out of Angola to be translated to English) and it takes place on the cusp of the brief peace in angola's civil war. Pluses, it was meant to address what it was like to have Cuban teachers, and living in a place where war was going on so long it was normalized. The back cover made it sound great.Well it wasn't. It was boring, there was zero plot, and beyond even that, [...]


  • Ailyn Vidal

    ¿Qué puedo decir? Es la pregunta que siempre me hago al escribir estas mini reseñas que a nadie le interesan. Quizá las hago más para mí, para recordar cómo me sentí o qué de importante tuvo el libro. Me llevo de este en particular conocimientos, pocos pero nuevos, sobre Angola. Me llevo un sentido de patriotismo bello, un amor verdadero por tu país que solo puede ser inculcado desde la infancia. Y la estupenda sensación de una infancia vivida de nuevo, esta vez en Luanda en los años [...]


  • Fabiane Mendes

    Tudo depende dos homens e de seus corações, da firmeza com que lutam por seus ideais, a simplicidade que colocam em suas ações, do respeito que sentem pelos companheiros.Palavras do camarada Professor Ángel.Livro narrador pelo menino Ondalu que vivencia na escola as amizades e as saudades das despedidas. Vemos uma sociedade angolana independente e com muitos problemas que são suavizados pela criança, que mostra a naturalidade em comentar crimes e situações precárias como o cartão de a [...]


  • Keith Carr

    Gostei bastante. Historia bonita sobre como era ser uma criança durante as mudanças grandes da Angola nas 70s. Temas de medo, classe e liberdade são revelados pelos olhos do narrador, mas parece que ele não enxerga bem o situação do país dele.


  • Rachel

    Reading the World: Angola. The afterword was the only part that I found to be interesting, unfortunately.


  • Céline Morais

    Bien aimé cette histoire qui raconte une période politique de l'Angola dont je ne me rappelais pas. Le ton est touchant et contient un humour fin.


  • Mariaelena Di Gennaro

    "La guerra è una malattia voglio vedere dove vai a pescare la medicina per curarlati sto avvisando, se ti prendi la guerra, tu tutti i giorni muori un po'. può metterci un po' di tempo, ma tu cominci a cadereLa guerra è ciò che fa rimanere un paese con il pruritotu ti gratti, ti gratti e poi comincia a uscire sangue, sangue. guerra è quando smetti di grattarti ma esce ancora sangue"Ondjaki non delude mai. Questa volta la sua scrittura semplice e allo stesso tempo brillante e coinvolgente po [...]


  • Luís Nuno Barbosa

    At he same time, a simple story about the life of an Angolan child, and a portrait of Angola during its communist years.


  • Moisés

    Pode ser feliz un neno en tempo de guerra? É posible, supoño que porque a infancia é o tempo no que nos empeñamos en ser felices con maior obstinación. Non sempre se consegue, pero é posible. Os nenos e as nenas de Luanda, o narrador de "Bom dia camaradas" entre eles, non están na fronte de batalla, pero si no contexto da violencia dun país no medio dun enfrontamento civil. É esa infancia, a súa, a que narra Ondjaki neste libro. Ten un bo feixe de anécdotas para contar, porque esa pri [...]


  • Hetal

    A quick look at the political landscape of Angolia through the eyes of a school-going child. Easy to read, unpretentious, and subtle.


  • Arthur

    Um livro com o cheiro saboroso da infância. E os cheiros são importantes. Os cheiros das brincadeiras, do abacateiro no quintal de Ndalu, do café da manhã preparado pelo simpático camarada António, o cheiro do mar, verdazul. É nesse embalo nostálgico que Ondjaki, jovem autor angolano, nos brinda com essa gostosa obra. Bom dia camaradas traz de volta uma infância de fim dos anos 1980 em um país que enfrentava uma crise e uma guerra. Mas na mente das crianças isso são realidades distan [...]


  • Doriana Bisegna

    Reading about a young boy's life in Luanda, Angola's capital is one thing. Reading about a young boy's life in Luanda when the narrator is the young boy himself is quite another. His innocence and curiosity about the world around him adds this magical quality to the story. An adult narrator would not have seen life in quite the same light. We learn about the school system, his parents, the different social classes and the political situation of that time. This was a human/political/history lesso [...]


  • Colin

    I can't remember where I heard about this bloke,but he sounded interesting and sure enough, this book is an engagingly told story of a young boy growing up at a pivotal moment in the history of the region - between independence, the war with Apartheid South Africa and the establishment of a more stable government. The sense of lawlessness is strong, as is the sense of living in a one-party state in the midst of poverty, but the children themselves are just like children anywhere. They joke, they [...]


  • Rita

    "Se, quando me acordavam, eu me lembrasse do prazer do matabicho assim de manhãzinha, eu acordava bem-disposto. Matabichar em Luanda, cuia! Há assim um fresquinho quase frio que dá vontade de beber leite com café e ficar à espera do cheiro da manhã. Às vezes mesmo com os meus pais na mesa, nós fazíamos um silêncio. Se calhar estávamos mesmo a cheirar a manhã, não sei, não sei."Opinião completa no blog:clarocomoaaguaspo/o


  • Nicole Gervasio

    Meh. Good Morning Comrades was fine. It was neither particularly moving nor at all irritating. I'm not upset for having read it, and it's very quick. I loved the Empty Krate subplot and the window Ondjaki gave us into a band of post-war Angolan kids' warped imaginations, but in the end, I just wasn't sure what the novel had been about.


  • Lois Ann

    This was the second book by Ondjaki that I read after hearing an interview with him on CBC radio. I did find it interesting, especially as I knew nothing of his home country, and interesting to see what such a nation in turbulence looks like from the perspective of children.


  • Maria Carmo

    Mias um belo livro de Ondjaki em que a voz infantil e fresca conta o dia a dia e as aventuras na escola e com os colegas de turma. Mais uma vez, reencontramos várias personagens às quais já fomos ganhando amizade noutros vários livros A ler.Maria Carmo.Lisboa 09 Janeiro de 2012.


  • Ana

    Ondjaki is a very interesting writer. He writes about his life in Angola (probably during 90´s) when the country was comunist and lived under the soviet control. As he was young his memories are fun although sometimes violents.


  • Ana Olson

    My review (in Portuguese)analeuisso.wordpress/2012/


  • Samantha

    For HIST 130.Touching, well-written (and translated). Would recommend.


  • Linda

    Ondjaki has an lovely way of putting an ordinary spin on life in frightening times. Set in Angola after the revolution just as the Cubans are leaving. Narrator is a 12 year old boy.


  • Andreia

    PT - d311nh4/2012/07/onENG - d311nh4.wordpress/2012/08/


  • Leila

    I would have liked this more if I had read it in the original - the translation I read was not very good.


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