Analyse av boka Bend it like Beckham, som også er blitt filmatisert. I am going to analyze a novel written by Narinder Dhami, based on a. Bend it like Beckham. Narinder Dhami. (Hodder Children’s Books). pp, , RRP £, Paperback, based on the original screenplay. Look at the following extract from the book ‘Bend it like Beckham’ and then The following words appear in the extract from Narinder Dhami’s book ‘Bend it like.
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Bend it like Beckham
One of the characters is going against her own culture, as it is not appropriate for a girl to be participating in the game of soccer and should be focused on her future as a wife and a law student. The story was based in England and it is about a girl who goes behind her family’s back to do what she loves and that is to play football.
Mar 14, Rebecca rated it liked it Shelves: But when Jess and her dha,i Jules join a ladies team and get spotted by a talent scout, it all dhamj off My library Help Advanced Book Search. Saw this at the library and thought, why not?
I’ve said before I’m not a sports fan, but I willingly did a book report in fifth grade on a Matt Christopher novel about basketball and got an A, so, I could still appreciate the soccer action.
Narinder Dhami Narinder Dhami is the author of popular fiction series The Beautiful Gameabout a girls’ football team, many books in the hugely successful Rainbow Magic series and the bestselling novelisation of the film Bend it Like Beckham.
Pinky is portrayed as a pretty young woman who is going to get married, and all she can think about is her wedding and what clothes to wear. It was super interesting to read about how Jess’ family lived and did dhamii, and all the differences between Indian culture and the other Londoners. Read it or don’t.
Now sometimes, reading the book is just like watching the movie: But for Indian women it is necessary to learn how to cook real aloo gobi and how to make round chapattis.
The bfckham was published inand the plot takes place in London. She lives with her husband in Shropshire. If you get to know the characters and you want things to be sorted out for them, you get a happy feeling when you read the last page, and that is most likely what the author wants to accomplish. The story itself wasn’t half-bad, and the dialogue was well-done.
I recommend this for anyone who might want to start reading something simple. Jesminder behaves and talks to her parents politely, and when she meets family members, she greets them in a traditional Indian way.
Jess narrates the story of her struggle to be herself and still be a part of her Sikh family. The author shows that if you don’t like a certain sport it doesn’t hend that you can’t enjoy a book about that sport.
Bend It Like Beckham by Narinder Dhami – Books – Hachette Australia
As Jesminder keeps playing football secretly, she falls in love with the game, and also with her coach, Joe, even though it contradicts her culture and her friendship with Jules. Of course, as bsckham Allen’s films, here the stereotyping is done by an insider – and only an insider is presumably allowed to send up a group, be it a religious, gender or racial one, with impunity. But because of her religion and the beliefs of her family she isn’t allowed narider play.
Children’s Books – Reviews – Bend it like Beckham | BfK No.
So it wasn’t so much her trying to free herself of ALL the ties, and more her trying to fit both together. It’s a teen mov So very mediocre. Dec 05, Angie Wong rated it it was amazing. I think they should not dbami swear words in it But because of her religion I chose this book after i watch the film.
Bend It Like Beckham
Open Preview See a Problem? That said, I enjoyed it since it was very true to the movie. Mar 08, Emma rated it really liked it Shelves: Jess just wants to play football, but her wedding-obsessed parents have other ideas so she hides it from them.
Basically this is the novelisation of the rather popular movie of the same name. Books by Narinder Dhami. But when Jess and her friend Jules join a ladies team and get spotted by a talent scout, it all kicks off The title can be interpreted in many ways, depending on the reader. Description If you’re 18, love Beckham and can bend a ball like him then the world must be your oyster, right? New Class at Malory Towers: Aug 09, Shaon rated it liked it. The Unfinished Novel and Other stories.
Firstly, she is a girl who wants to play football and secondly, her family not only expects her to become a little woman, learning to make aloo gobi and behave in a manner conducive to securing a nice Indian boy for a husband, but to become the modern version of that stereotype – a little woman with an education and a topnotch career as a solicitor.
Mar 27, Jerry rated it it was ok.