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They Who Do Not Grieve

Haar grootmoeder en overgrootmoeder haar tantes en oudtantes Allemaal sterke vrouwen die van onderaf tegen de wereld aanboksen – tegen het lot tegen de mannen Mal. I really enjoyed Sia Fiegiel s Where We Once Belonged this book seemed somewhat lackluster in comparison Maybe because the character Malu seems a lot less interesting than Alofa from Where We Once Belonged They Who Do Not Grieve is also a much linear book which does not seem to benefit Figiel s style very much

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Oe is ook de naam van een tatoeage die Samoaanse vrouwen op hun dij laten aanbrengen en die hen bescherming moet bieden Soms blijft een ‘maloe’ echter onvoltooi. Gotta give it up to Sia Figiel This book made me laugh and also gave me moments of pondering Raw and no sugar coating in this book

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Maloe de vertelster in Zij die niet treuren sprokkelt in deze roman de geschiedenis van haar Samoaanse familie bijeen en dan vooral van de vrouwen Ze schrijft over. An interesting cultural read that had me lose focus at times due to poetic and hectic writing style Something catchy about it that made me want to finish it but seemed like a literary university text than a text for pleasure My best friend adored it


About the Author: Sia Figiel

Sia Figiel was born in 1967 Author of novels plays and poetry she has traveled extensively in Europe and the Pacific Islands and has had residencies at the University of Technology in Sydney the East West Center in Hawaii the Pacific Writing Forum at the University of the South Pacific in Fiji and Logoipulotu College in Savaii She is also known as a performance poet and has appeared at se



10 thoughts on “They Who Do Not Grieve

  1. says:

    At nights I turned into the bird dog woman I ate the face of the girl I was during the day I tore at her eyes I tore at her flesh I

  2. says:

    Set in Samoa this is the story of two best friends a tattoo a betrayal and the reverberations that echoed down the generations There was adultery and domestic violence shame grief and judgement It was also a reminder of the emotional cost of secrecy🇼🇸This was not an easy read Partly it was the structure which means

  3. says:

    An interesting cultural read that had me lose focus at times due to poetic and hectic writing style Something catchy about it that made me want to finish it but seemed like a literary university text than a text for pleasure My best friend adored it

  4. says:

    tw rape and assault xenophobia racism and colourism self cesarean section

  5. says:

    I really enjoyed Sia Fiegiel's Where We Once Belonged this book seemed somewhat lackluster in comparison Maybe because the character Malu seems a lot less interesting than Alofa from Where We Once Belonged They Who Do Not Grieve is also a mu

  6. says:

    Growing up as a Samoan tama'ita'i myself I can understand the taboo and customs in this book I've read many books but not as deep raw and honest as this beautifully written novel Her poetic writing can be an indecipherable puzzle to read between at times but the poetic side of this story is also what enhances it's greatn

  7. says:

    Gotta give it up to Sia Figiel This book made me laugh and also gave me moments of pondering Raw and no sugar coating in this book

  8. says:

    Just finished re reading Even amazing than I remembered 1st woman novelist from Samoa

  9. says:

    Complex and sometimes confusing tale set in Samoa using the voices of 2 women and their descendents Well written narrative in which the local mythology is woven throughout Worth a read

  10. says:

    Followed the road signs read my map book phoned a friend even dusted off the sat nav still got lost

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