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Scenes of the Father

Scenes of the Father By Amir Hafizi Ong Chee Yang Scenes of the Father We often remember our loved ones through rose tinted glasses The soft pink tint of the memories would sometimes reveal ludicrous details and anecdotes of humour and heartbreak perhaps some hints at l

  • Title: Scenes of the Father
  • Author: Amir Hafizi Ong Chee Yang
  • ISBN: 9789671296868
  • Page: 371
  • Format: Paperback
  • Scenes of the Father By Amir Hafizi Ong Chee Yang We often remember our loved ones through rose tinted glasses The soft pink tint of the memories would sometimes reveal ludicrous details and anecdotes of humour and heartbreak, perhaps some hints at longing and love.In this story, a man who was the pillar of his community is remembered for his stories and the stories he tells These are facets that hope to form a semi cohWe often remember our loved ones through rose tinted glasses The soft pink tint of the memories would sometimes reveal ludicrous details and anecdotes of humour and heartbreak, perhaps some hints at longing and love.In this story, a man who was the pillar of his community is remembered for his stories and the stories he tells These are facets that hope to form a semi coherent collage of what makes a person Artist Chee takes on Amir Hafizi s text and presents these facets of a man, a teacher, a farmer and a storyteller as they have never been seen before.
    Scenes of the Father By Amir Hafizi Ong Chee Yang

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    One thought on “Scenes of the Father

    1. Najibah Bakar on said:

      I love nostalgic books, especially on fathers Maybe because I lost my own father at the age of 16, when I was head over heels in love with him So, I read this comic book voraciously and I love the story about the opening of the new village very much until I reached the page where the author joked inappropriately about Anwar Ibrahim on pretext it was his father s joke I am at the other side of the fence, so I found it harsh and felt a bit bitter Still, I try to reason with myself this is how peop [...]

    2. Sooraya Evans on said:

      OK aje Not exactly a graphic novel More like illustrated book.

    3. Anis Suhaila on said:

      You know the book is a keeper when you feel a tinge of sadness nostalgia as you laugh over absurd random stories in it.

    4. Tamara✨ on said:

      This was a sweet little comic memoir about Amir Hafizi reflecting on his father Could be summed up as daddy issues and that wouldn t really be wrong either Although it s not as DRAMA filled as you might think if someone said daddy issues , in my opinion I dunno, I didn t feel much while reading it Not that it s bad hercommonplaceblog.wordpress.

    5. Eman on said:

      Short but sweet Love the nostalgic feeling of the story It is also a bit melancholic.

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