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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It shows you how different cultures treat women but without being boring. I could not understand why she has to quiet football just because she is a girl.
Pretty much the average pre-teen novel you can find on pretty much every shelve. I am going to analyze a novel written by Narinder Dhami, based on a screenplay he produced by Gurinder Chadha.
I’ve seen the film and enjoyed it, and this was a very quick and fun read. The final of the tournament. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. If you’re 18, love Beckham and can bend a ball like him then the world must be your oyster, right? As for the other character, her mother is discriminating against women athletes as she stereotypes them in a way that portrays every woman athlete in the wrong way. I enjoyed this book because i watched the movie first and really enjoyed that.
It’s a very good book. Very good storyalthough there are swear words in it Her mother tells her not to show her bare legs in short football trousers like her friend Jules does.
Other editions – View all Bend it Like Beckham: She lives with her husband in Shropshire. Jesminder is the main character and the narrator, which means that we see the story through her eyes.
Her desire clashes with tradition and of course there is the token best friend and token maybe or maybe not boyfriend. It’s a good, quick read and the characters are lively and real as they are in the film.
At times a bit too quick – I’d have liked a bit more depth, but oh well. If you’re Jess – 18, Indian and a girl – forget it. The story-line was good, it could have been deeper on cultural differences and given the story some depth but it was a good quick read that dhani me of my teenage years.
Bend It Like Beckham by Narinder Dhami
The Unfinished Novel and Other stories. I am not saying the story is bad, just, in this case, the movie is better.
Therefore, she decides not to tell them. I loved the storyline and the book was as good as the movie.
Conflicts and misunderstandings occur and increase, as they are getting closer to the end: Doubtless many young people who read this novel will already have seen the film on which it is based. But when Jess and her friend Jules The book does, however, also have some interesting and serious elements, not least of which is the fact that an Asian girl is an ordinary everyday heroine.
This book was okay not the best or the narknder.
Mar 14, Rebecca rated it liked it Shelves: 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 befkham career as a solicitor.
No trivia or quizzes yet. Interestingly enough, it’ Saw this at the library and thought, why not? So it wasn’t so much her trying to free herself of ALL the ties, and more her trying to fit both together. Refresh and try again.
“Bend It Like Beckham” by Narinder Dhami
By reading this book, I have become more aware about disparities between the Indian and the West-European culture. Jess just wants to play football but her wedding-obsessed parents have other ideas so she hides it from them.
It was super interesting to beeckham about how Jess’ family lived and did everything, and bexkham the differences between Indian culture and the other Londoners. In case English isn’t your native language this will help you to expand your vocabulary without making you look up every word. Like the social commentary on being a girl living in a traditional Indian household in England.