|Title||আধো ঘুম ক্যাস্ট্রোর সঙ্গে|
|Edition||1st Published, 2014|
|Number of Pages||70|
Every empire, every country, every society in the world has a history of establishment. And those histories are written by the hand of a person of that country or society. One such name is Fidel Castro, the leader of the Cuban revolution, the name of a humble spirit who has created the thrilling history of Cuba. When the revolutionary Fidel Castro presents his statements to the reader, it is undoubtedly the craft of the author’s writing.
Fidel Castro began to narrate the question of a young man from Bangladesh, a small country in the Third World, from Cuban history, geographical location, telling stories like Castro was sometimes taken to Spain during that colonial period, sometimes in the war of America’s mischievous attempt to occupy Cuba. Castro recalled the Algiers Non-Aligned Movement conference with Bangabandhu. Fascinated, the young man listens to Castro’s father about whether he comes to Cuba to fight against Jose Marti, Castro’s inspiration. Castro recounts how Simon Bolivar, Josি Martি Cuba, first fought against class discrimination in Latin America, inspired by the ages. Although Castro was the son of a landlord’s father, he witnessed the class discrimination around him from his childhood. At some point in his life, Castro discovered himself as a utopian communist. After reading Marx, find a structural picture of your own thinking, see the way to the liberation of the exploited people of Cuba. In this way, another historian, the famous revolutionary Che Guevara, joined Bivore Castro in his dream of building a socialist country. Being a doctor was a revolution with blood in its blood. The various stories of the life of the revolutionary Castro, the ups and downs, the stories of the struggling life have all come up in the book. In the book, the author tells the story of Fidel from an ordinary Fidel to the history of a nation, a country.
# Lesson Response: The book, written in the form of a document, is arranged in such a way that the whole story of the Cuban Socialist Revolution is told in a chat with Fidel Castro, as well as the story of the extraordinary ups and downs of this revolutionary leader. In the book, it will never seem that the author has told the story of a revolutionary nation of history and the history of their leader in the form of fiction.
# Some lines to like the book:
* You can kill us but you cannot kill our faith, ideology, revolution.
* It doesn’t take too many people to change the world, to change history. Need a few authentic people.
* The key word of democracy is to listen to the voice of the people, to have a continuous dialogue with the people.
* I am not a person to give advice, there is no reason to think that my advice will be useful in other countries; everyone has to find a way to save him.