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How to Live the James Bond Lifestyle: The Complete Seminar kThis is the original Russian version of the world famous novel The First Teacher most of our Sinhala readers maynow this novel as GURUGEETHAYA I have only read the novel s Sinhala translation And it is because that Goodreads does not only read the novel s Sinhala translation And it is because that Goodreads does not an English or Sinhala translation the novelI decided to add its Russian version Hope this won t much confuse you The power of a little guy Good regular people doing their regular jobs well out of the spotlight with no expectation of acknowledgment Play your little part *and move on without much noise I got a copy of Chingiz Aitmatov *move on without much noise I got a copy of Chingiz Aitmatov Duishen novel as an e book through the Facebook Group I read the 35 page e book within a day It was easier to read as I had already read its Sinhala translation Aitmatov s Duishen is basically a soviet propaganda novel but it allures any reader irrespective of race or creed as its theme the emotional bond of a hardworking teacher and a talented student is universalDuishen an ex revolutionary comes to his village after the revolution and the revolutionary Soviet government has entrusted him with the task of starting a new school without providing any facility except a meager salary for him He explains the importance of educating the children in the village to their parents but fails to convince them They are ignorant busy farmers and don t understand the value of education as the only option they see to succeed in life is farmingHaving been snubbed by the villagers for his reuest to help him build a school he embarks on a solitary task of converting an abandoned stable into a school His only admirer is a teenage girl called Altynai who helps him dropping cow dung as fuel in his stable in secret one day It is from this girl s perspective that the book has been written She becomes an immediate beneficiary of the school as she is very smart in learning But her guardian aunt and uncle Altynai is an orphan loath the school and only let her go to school after Duishen uses force with the revolutionary government to school after Duishen uses force with the revolutionary government documentsAfter becoming a great admirer of young teacher Duishen Altynai almost falls in love with him but he treats her only as a loyal student His only dream is to see Altynai succeed in education and become a big academic one dayIn the meantime Altynai s guardians sell her to a middle aged rascal of a man who has daughters older than Altynai He already has a wife and Altynai is raped by him in his hut while she was only 15 She becomes a concubine of this cad Before being rap. Amazing Kindle, Первый учитель. .
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Ingle book on education which will make you weep this is it Ah what a lovely novella This small novel contain a lot power than many robust novels I would strongly recommend this book to any book lover who is open to world literature It s magnificence lies in it s fluency humanity nostalgia and celebration of ordinary people s
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It is of the rare gems one can always cherish and look back to it again and againThis story is about a young girl Altynai who lives in Kirghiz and wants to go to school Duishen is a young man and communist who decides to start a school and educate the children He goes to their houses and collects them and brings them to school every day He becomes very special to Altynai and a special relationship develops between themThe story revolves around this illiterate teacher Duishen his student Altynai and the two poplar trees standing tall like forming a link between the past and the presentI love how this story of between the past and the presentI love how this story of 35 pages read the English translated version off a downloaded PDF has made a lasting impression on my mind There were passages which pierced my heart Beautiful Yes there will be winter there will be cold there will be snowstorms but then there will be spring againWhy can t we leave our footprints forever in places filled with precious memories for usThe memories of childhood are particularly preciousChildren if only you More scary stories for sleep-overs knew what a beautiful future awaits youThere at their foot I left my childhood like a broken piece of green magic glass A must read for Pakistani readers about the education of girls and forced marriage I don tnow to which genre this short story belongs I was tempted to label it romance but then I didn t And why bother It can belong to any genre that doesn t make any difference The crucial thing here is I read it and I liked it for no clear reasonIn fact the story is too predictable too short too simple The ending the painter s talking to the readers was awkward Still I liked it It s funny that I didn t like the excerpt in our textbook back in secondary school I was 14 or 15 I remember sitting in the next to last row thinking of everything but the lesson while pretending that I was listening to the teacher very closely I hated the description parts the most The maple trees I didn t see why they re soooooo special to play a role in a story Now at 20 I could never have guessed that the parts I now enjoy most are the description about those same boring maple treesHow greatly one can change. Ite book with over 821 readers online here.. Ed Duishen fights this man and his helpers to save Altynai but he fails as he is overpowered by the groupI think I have told you than enough The rest rests in your hands now Download or have told you than enough The rest rests in your hands now Download or the book and read it for yourselfThere is also a movie based on this book called The First teacher but it is extremely rare to find And may you find happiness in learning A deeply moving and haunting tale It s better to read this story without nowing much about it and experience it yourself Duishen or The first teacher a devotee of the Russian leader Lenin Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov embarks on a mission of opening a school and teaching children in a village where people are illiterate they mock him sneer at his ambitions Still he dreams of a bright future for his studentsAnd there s a young orphan girl Altyani She "cherishes Duishen s indness loves and respect her first teacher Duishen " Duishen s Heads of the Colored People kindness loves and respect her first teacher Duishen of sending her to a town to acuire education He fights for her and sacrifices whatever he hasAitmatov is a master of creating deep human relationships that have no particular name but felt with heart nurtured with selflessness and compassion There s a glimmer of hope and even even amidst hope there lies sadness and longing There s regret and things left unsaid One is not alway Chingiz Aitmatov s Duishen is a famous read in Sri Lanka It s translated to both Sinhalese and Tamil Couple of months ago I saw the En Thr painter in The story is someone who s sensing buds which were irrigated by blood of unfinished Love The main character represents determination and passionHis respect for Vladimir Lenin urged me to read about him His passion for his leader is enviableI had read it in Urdu translation in old world literature magazine called SabrangAll Colours Digest in my adolescent years This is why here s no desire to read it again as this will ruins the impact it had left on that innocent mindSo in short a life changing story Certainly it made a bitter patriot aggressive Pakistani communist Another little story that touched me deeply I don tnow what category this will fall if ever it comes to that but I like to think of it as untold emotions Altheenai managed to disappoint me and pissed me off at the end but before it came to that this tiny book touched so many other aspects such as love compassion selflessness and deep rooted emotionsForget everything about the communism the core is relevant even for today I think we need people like Duishen today than ever If there is one By Chingiz Aitmatov This is the best favor. ,

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