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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My favourite character in beckhqm book is the whole soccer team because they have a great bond together and it was cool to see that together they won the final. Download Image Download Image. An interesting accompaniment to the movie as it elaborates on some parts, adding more depth and context than can be observed onscreen. I wouldn’t recommend this book to narindeer over the age of 11, and certainly not to people who enjoyed the movie. Book ratings by Goodreads. I am going to analyze a novel written by Narinder Dhami, based on a screenplay he produced by Gurinder Chadha.
Firstly, she is a girl who wants to play football and secondly, her family not only expects her to become likw little woman, learning to make aloo gobi and behave dhzmi 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.
Jill Murphy is interviewed by Joanna Carey. This won’t be anything that will make you look different on your life. I study the film ” Bend it like Beckham” in school for English in and i enjoyed watching it.
When she hangs out with her friends, she speaks slang and behaves, to some extend, rougher. Want to Read saving…. Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more.
If you’re 18, love Beckham and can bend a ball like him the world’s your ,ike, right Wrong. Such stereotypes invariably receive a split reaction. Jess has bcekham problems, though. Jesminder is an intelligent girl, who achieves excellent results at school, but she does not know what to do about her life. Mar 14, Rebecca rated it liked it Li,e In addition, an insider gets laughs based on the degree of accuracy of the send-up.
Dec 05, Angie Wong rated it it was amazing. If you’re Jess – 18, Indian and a girl – forget it.
To play nend professionally. I was saying all the lines in my heads in the actors’ voices and accents. Jess, a British girl of Asian descent, fresh from A-level studies, loves football.
It shows you how different cultures treat women but without being boring. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.
The book does, however, also gend some interesting and serious elements, not least of which is the fact that an Asian girl is an ordinary everyday heroine. Bend it Like Beckham: He has a serious knee injury, and Jesminder admires him because the injury does not stop him from coaching. Jess narrates the story of her struggle to be herself and still be a part of her Sikh family.
Bend it like Beckham
How to print the digital edition of Books for Keeps: The story itself wasn’t half-bad, and the dialogue was well-done. She was a primary teacher before she began writing full time. I recommend this for anyone who might want to start reading something simple.
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.
Bend It Like Beckham by Narinder Dhami
Pinky who is quite spoilt and stuck-up. I dont know how many times ive seen the movie and i still love the story! Now sometimes, reading the book is just like watching the narindder But when Jess and her friend Jules join a ladies team and get spotted by a talent scout, it all kicks off Aug 09, Shaon rated it liked it.
The older Indians think that something like that is more important than having fun with sports.
The author shows that if you don’t like a certain sport it doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy a book about that sport. Jess just wants to play football but her wedding-obsessed parents have other ideas so she hides it from them. Other issues might have been delved into more deeply – Jess’s best friend Tony is gay, for example, but this is not explored.
The World According to Anna. I would recommend it to anyone who likes a story about adventure and excitement and of course football. 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 reminded me of my teenage years. May 25, Dank rated it really liked it. It’s not good, but neither is it bad. Some aspects were of course quite good. I liked that in some ways, Jess just wanted to be like “everyone else”, but in other ways she was deeply rooted in her culture and what she knew.
The dialogue was exactly the same.
Bend It Like Beckham : Narinder Dhami :
If you want to learn something about the culture and the traditions of Indians the book will please you. The difference here is that the book is told from first person Jess point of view, which means some of the really funny Jesminder can not help herself from feeling envious when she notices that Jules has feelings for Joe.
This is the ‘book of the film’ and it races along at a fine lick.