Real Men Keep Their Word: Tales from Kabul, Afghanistan

Real Men Keep Their Word Tales from Kabul Afghanistan This English translation of Akram Osman s collection of Dari short stories will help readers understand traditional Kabul culture The stories bring to life the popular folk culture of urban Kabul duri

  • Title: Real Men Keep Their Word: Tales from Kabul, Afghanistan
  • Author: Akram Osman Arley Loewen
  • ISBN: 9780195471144
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Paperback
  • This English translation of Akram Osman s collection of Dari short stories will help readers understand traditional Kabul culture The stories bring to life the popular folk culture of urban Kabul during the mid twentieth century.

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    244 thoughts on “Real Men Keep Their Word: Tales from Kabul, Afghanistan”

    1. Very interesting and insightful stories on life & family & community in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. Most the stories were written in the 1960/70s, so it was a little different time--but time in Afghanistan with regards to culture, community/family and values has not changed that much for many, many hundreds (or thousands) of years. Great job on the translation, Arley!


    2. A rare translation in English. Akram Osman's depiction of Kabul is vivid. The stories are rough and the translations need a little more Afghan-knowledge. But it is one of the only translations one can get by a popular Afghan short story writer.



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