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Book Title: De Leraar|
The author of the book: Bart Koubaa
Date of issue: April 2009
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No No No. This book was disgusting. The only reason I finished it was because I had to read it for school, though I have no idea why they would let 16 year olds read this. The biggest part of the book is just incredibly boring. The main character is very boring and extremely annoying and racist and overall not a likeable or interesting person. I was expecting a major plot twist or something gross at the ending because they kept referring to 'the incident' but I had not expected this. The ending was so incredibly messed up and graphic and shocking. I thought that I had read some graphic and shocking things before and that I could handle them, but apparently not. I was reading this on the train and I really felt like throwing up. The writing style itself is actually pretty good, just a pity that it could not have been used for a more pleasant book.
I would not recommend this book. It's boring and very disturbing.
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Read information about the authorBart Koubaa, schrijversnaam van Bart Van den Bossche is een Vlaams zanger, dichter en schrijver.
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Bart Koubaa is the literary pseudonym for Bart van den Bossche. Born in Eeklo in 1968, he studied philosophy at the University of Ghent for a year before a move to the Royal Academy of Fine Arts to study film and photography. After living in Spain for a time, he returned to Ghent to study Arabic.
Koubaa's first novel Vuur ('Fire') explored the relationship between a boy and his tyrannical grandfather living in a gypsy camp. The book won the 2000 Flemish Debut Prize. When selected by the Flemish Minister of Culture for a project to encourage reading, 40,000 copies were distributed to the pubic free-of-charge.His second novel Lucht ('Air') spans the period in Japanese history from World War II to the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. The story revolves around a Japanese translator working for the FBI who makes a vital mistake that results in the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Upon returning to Japan the man resolves to represent the entire cosmos in the seventeen syllables of a haiku. In just 124 pages, Koubaa brings the life of an ordinary man into direct contact with historical events contrasting Eastern and Western philosophies of life.
His book Het gebied van Nevski takes the reader inside the mind of a professor suffering from aphasia after an accident. A neurologist advises him to write every day to aid his recovery. "Our brain is the battlefield of a constant Darwinian war," says Koubaa, "where everything is fighting, every word, every memory." In 2009 he published his fourth novel: De leraar ('The teacher')
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