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About the Author: Banine

Umm El Banine Assadoulaeff Umm l Banu s dullayeva was a French writer of Azeri descent a granddaughter of two famous Azeri millionaire Musa Nagiyev and Shamsi Assadullaev, a daughter of Azerbaijani businessman and politician Mirza Asadullayev She wrote under the penname of Banine.



10 thoughts on “Jours caucasiens

  1. says:

    Many memoirs are of tough upbringings and poverty, but for Azeri migr Banine, her s was of luxury and wealth Also though, this is the story of a city, which was little know to me, and the close by Caucasus mountains Banine s father was one of Baku s ove


  2. says:

    A great book describing the realities, cultural and traditional framework alongside with political events in Caucasus, especially in Baku in 1910 1920s The book is full of unexpected events and views of people, as a reader who lived in Baku for ages, I didn t ex


  3. says:

    The Great Book written by azerbaijani novelist


  4. says:

    Cruelly honest, smartly cynical and neat writing offering an extremely intimate glimpse into the lifestyle of the families of the two famous Azerbaijani oil magnates Musa Nagiyev and Shamsi Asadullayev , as seen through the eyes of their grand daugher The parts describing how a d


  5. says:

    I loved the brief two weeks I spent in the Caucasus Georgia and I love this book It is an interesting glimpse into the life of millionaire women of my grandmother s generation in pre Soviet Azerbaijan.


  6. says:

    Beautiful and honest.


  7. says:

    Maybe it is due to poor translation, but most of the episodes of this novel make impression that the author didn t have any devotion to her motherland as well as her family and people around Banine actually confirms that at some point saying she s never had a feeling of attachment neither to the customs an


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