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Unformatted text preview: Roshni Sheth HY 265 April 7, 2010 The Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years Review Chigniz Aitmatov’s The Day Last More Than a Hundred Years follows Burannyi Yedigei’s journey to the Ana-Beiit cemetery to bury Kazangap, who encourage Yedigei to move to Boranly-Borranyi junction and was the eldest man there at the time of his death. Throughout his journey, Yedigei remembers the important moments of his life, including the development of a close personal relationship with Kazangap. Yedigei moves to Boranly-Borranyi junction after his service in the army during World War II. There, Kazangap gives Yedigei a camel named Karanar who becomes a strong asset to Yedigei throughout his life. Abutalip and Zaripa Kuttybaev move to the junction because of Abutalip’s war experiences, and his family becomes very close with Yedigei’s family. Abutalip is arrested for writing about his war experiences, and Yedigei and his wife take care of his family. After hearing the news of Abutalip’s death, Yedigei Yedigei and his wife take care of his family....
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This note was uploaded on 06/28/2011 for the course HY 265 taught by Professor Dr.georgeliber during the Spring '10 term at University of Alabama at Birmingham.
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