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    PDF أولاد حارتنا أولاد حارتنا = Children of Our Alley = Children of Gebelawi, Naguib MahfouzChildren of the Alley, is a novel by the Egyptian writer and Nobel laureate Naguib Mahfouz. It is also known by its Egyptian dialectal transliteration, Awlad Haretna, formal Arabic transliteration, Awlaadu Haaratena and by the alternative translated trans literal Arabic title of Children of Our Alley.The story recreates the interlinked history of the thr

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    summary أولاد حارتنا PDF أولاد حارتنا Naguib Mahfouz ☆ 3 download Oh, the banality of human beliefs! Some years back, when I introduced Mahfouz to my eager son, who quickly made him one of his favourite authors, I told him that this parable on the development of human beliefs, societies and rituals is a quite simple, yet true tale. After he had read it, he agreed, and claimed other works by this versatil

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    summary أولاد حارتنا PDF أولاد حارتنا Naguib Mahfouz ☆ 3 download Our plague is forgetfulness.To think that an attempt was made on Naguib Mahfouz's life for writing this book is beyond ridiculous. It shows that those who want to shut up books aren't really bothered with

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    review ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Naguib Mahfouz PDF أولاد حارتنا Naguib Mahfouz ☆ 3 download Initially I was put off by the violence, the foreign ness of this novel but I'm very glad I persisted. This is a retelling of Biblical and Islamic stories of heroes and villains with the heroes occasionally victorious but the world eventually

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    summary أولاد حارتنا review ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Naguib Mahfouz Naguib Mahfouz ☆ 3 download I have read quite a few novels by Naguib Mahfouz and found this one weaker than what I have read before. The premise is a good one: to cover the spiritual history of mankind in terms of our efforts to improve our existence and society.Using the framework of key historical moments, he offers tales concerning the inhabitants dwelling in an Egyptian alley. All these people have a common ancestor and indeed exist to greater or less

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    PDF أولاد حارتنا Naguib Mahfouz ☆ 3 download Moses, Jesus, Mohammed, all portrayed as characters in an alley, as Children of their founder Gebelaawi. Fascinating, with some slow parts. But fascinating.

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    PDF أولاد حارتنا "آفة حارتِنا النسيان.""Our alley is plagued with forgetfulness."Forgetfulness, what a plague..And because of this forgetfulness, the same story is repeated over and over again, with different characters and at different times.We are before an extraordinary novel. Extraordinary in every sense of

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    Naguib Mahfouz ☆ 3 download review ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Naguib Mahfouz PDF أولاد حارتنا This is an allegory on the history of prophets of Abraham religions – Adam, Moses, Jesus, Mohammad represented as far as humanly possible. Gebelaawi, the creator of an alley, favored his son (from a servant) Adham over his other sons of higher birth including Idris (Iblis). Idris walked out on his father and later tricked Adham into the temptation of knowing G’s will causing G to throw him out. “Your mind stays in the place it's be

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    Naguib Mahfouz ☆ 3 download review ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Naguib Mahfouz PDF أولاد حارتنا (translated by Philip Stewart) Read By: Robert Blumenfeld Copyright: 1981 Audiobook Copyright: 2006 Genre: Fiction religion Total Duration: 13:23:38(view spoiler)[Book Description: Naguib Mahfouz guides us on a journey through the history of the tumultuous alley belonging to a delightful and sometimes diaboli

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    summary أولاد حارتنا Naguib Mahfouz ☆ 3 download review ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Naguib Mahfouz A masterpiece. One of the best books I read in my life. I think every Arab should read it.

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أولاد حارتنا review ´ 103 القهر وشوق الناس إلى الخلاص من أنفسهم، وكيف ان المبادئ يمكن أن تتغير بتأرجح النفوس البشرية، وكيف ان الاعمال الخيرة تقع تحت يد الفساد والمفسدينتعد هذه الرواية من أشهر روايات اﻷديب الراحل وأكثرها إشكالية وقد نوهت اﻷكاديمية السويدية بها عندما منحت نجيب محفوظ جائزة نوبل للآداب. Our alley is plagued with forgetfulnessForgetfulness what a plagueAnd because of this forgetfulness the same story is repeated over and over again with different characters and at different timesWe are before an extraordinary novel Extraordinary in every sense of word It is a novel that was about to bring its author to his doom after being misinterpreted by a group of fascist Islamists who took it for being blasphemousLet s admit however that it s not a novel that is easy to decipherIn terms of language this is by far the most beautiful and artistic piece of art I ve ever read Each word is carefully chosen to fit in its place in order to create a beautiful painting of the alley We re almost able to live inside this alley for a while with fear striking our hearts at the sight of the bullies and bloodshed the smoke of hash penetrating our noses the rebab songs of the late heroes reaching our ears and hopes for a peaceful and just alley where love and peace prevail and injustice comes to an end fill our heads and chestsMahfouz s novel is timeless in than one sense It s timeless as it is really set outside any identifiable time frame We re completely at a loss when it comes to identifying which era this novel could be possibly set in It s an Egyptian probably alley and that s it Is this timelessness significant in itselfThere is a fact that cannot be ignored here The resemblance between the subseuent stories which represent 5 subseuent generations to the stories of creation Moses Jesus and Muhammad is undeniable and is unmistakably visible and this is what led extremists to attempt an assassination of Mahfouz However even though the book is symbolic the stories could by no means be representative of God and his 3 messengers peace be upon them all There is a freuent mention of and a clear reference to God Almighty by the different characters So if the three men Gabal Rifa a and Kassem do have similar stories to those of the 3 messengers one possible interpretation of this is that maybe such stories happen every day Maybe in every age and in every spot on earth there is one story about injustice in which the powerful treat the weak unfairly and steal their money in order to satisfy their insatiable greed being protected by their power and ruthlessness Amidst this darkness of lost hopes and cries of humiliation and agony there could appear a person who would call for justice and then they become the only ray of hope coloring the sky which has only known the color of blood It s only through supporting such heroes and uniting against injustice that people could seek a decent life a life that is only full of flowers and songs like the one Adham dreams of in Gabalawy s house a life like the one Adam was once given before Satan was able to deceive him and cause him to be doomed till the end of lifeThe fifth part of the book is slightly different This part is about Arafa the very name being derived from the Arabic word for knowledge This is when people start seeking Arafa s magical abilities rather than Gabalawy s teachings to protect them from the alley s governor and his bullies As Mahfouz himself says Arafa symbolizes knowledge and science and with the final disappearance of Gabalawy who is a symbol for religion and the rise of Arafa a uestion arises about the sufficiency of science to live and combat injustice And with this uestion comes the eternal conflict between science and religion With Arafa s collapse people start uestioning science and seek returning to Gabalawy and his teachings They no longer know what they need to live in peace and with dignity and this is one dilemma in real life which Mahfouz skillfully transfers on paperIt s an exceptional novel about the eternal fact of the eternal conflict between good and evil

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أولاد حارتنا review ´ 103 روايةيجلس الجبلاوي في بيته الكبير المحاط بالحدائق واﻷسوار العالية ومن حوله أحفاده الذين يتنازعون للحصول على وقفه، ويقوم الفتوات بابعاد هؤلاء عن جنته اﻷرضية، حيث استقرت ذريته خارج أسوار البيت الكبير، وبالرغم من فقرهم الا انهم لم يكفو عن الدعاء بأن ينزل الجبلاوي اليهم ويترك ?. Our plague is forgetfulnessTo think that an attempt was made on Naguib Mahfouz s life for writing this book is beyond ridiculous It shows that those who want to shut up books aren t really bothered with actual offensive material but react to perceptions of insult to their ideology in a world in which they are becoming increasingly outdated and irrelevant hence all this mindless sensitivenessAs to the novel itself I had a hard time with its two dimensional characterisations and insufficient conflict We have a brutal world headed by Gebelaawi the timeless arch ancestor of the human settlement who fathered and brought into world various tribes and who lives in seclusion in the grand house shielded by everyone and everything ruling his estate the world in absentia God in other words or the Abrahamic idea of it The story revolves around the struggle between his succeeding generations modeled on various Biblio uranic figures such as Abel and Cain Moses Jesus Muhammad who were chosen to be sent to their tribes when the human condition became intolerably dark Mahfouz leaves us in ambiguity as to whether the prophets were actually chosen by Gebelaawi or whether they came to believe in their station by some extraordinary natural agency that set them apart from the sheepleThe same story repeats itself like a broken record Every reform movement descends into the chaos as soon as the leader of the tribe turns his back on the temporary abode that is the world It is as though Mahfouz is saying that nothing ever changes things do not get better for ever evil overpowers good at the first opportunity One prophet comes fixes things gives people a simulacrum of justice and happiness only for them to go back to fighting killing pillaging and the oppression and injustice that comes with the abuse of power Might the implied failure of various leaders have caused offence to the deranged extremists living in a perfect golden age of their imagination Who knows ehI mentioned its lack of subtlety above but I m tempted to see the narrative voice as imitating the uranic storytelling told in dry exhortative repetitive fear inducing tones for maximum effect The good and evil are portrayed in absolute terms even though the prophets are brought down from their infallible station in myth to the level of humanity with their personal flaws We do have room to see it as ironical This is a promising idea for a story superimposed on the historico mythical children of Abraham only if Mahfouz had handled it with tact But there s no mistaking what he s getting at I myself have seen this wretched state of affairs in our own day a faithful reflection of what people tell us about the past As for the bards they tell only of the heroic times avoiding anything that could offend the powerful singing praisesand celebrating a justice we never enjoy a mercy we never find a nobility we never meet with a restraint we never see and a fairness we never hear of February 16

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أولاد حارتنا review ´ 103 ?زلته ويوزع تركته ويخلصهم من بطش الفتوات فيسود الخير على الجميع، ويظهر في كل جيل هذا المخلص والذي يتعلق به الناس وينتفضو معه ضد الفتوات، ولكن الجشع والجهل يرجعهم في اخر المطاف الى ما كانت عليه الاوضاع ويبقى الفقر والمعاناة مصيرهم الذي لا مفر منهيصف محفوظ في هذه الرواية الرائعة. I have read uite a few novels by Naguib Mahfouz and found this one weaker than what I have read before The premise is a good one to cover the spiritual history of mankind in terms of our efforts to improve our existence and societyUsing the framework of key historical moments he offers tales concerning the inhabitants dwelling in an Egyptian alley All these people have a common ancestor and indeed exist to greater or lesser degrees by the whim of their patriarch In each period covered throughout the novel some sort of exceptional always male person arises from the masses of people and attempts to resolve the conflicts and sufferings of his fellowsOne of these is similar to Adam from Genesis Another pair of brothers are reminiscent of Cain and Abel one is Christ like Each of them has a special connection with Gabalawi the ancestor who dwells in a big manor house and owns all the area around and including the alley These potential heroes or saviors feel they are fulfilling the wishes of the old man who seems to live forever They often better conditions but eventually die after which the population of the alley regresses to their old ways Greed oppression envy competitiveness and other ills are never conueredThe means applied by each of these reformers vary from non violence to the use of force from enlightenment to magic I was kept reading because Mafouz seemed to be following a progression of spiritual evolution and because each section has intriguing plots counter plots and relationshipsIn the end however progress has not been made Man is incorrigible and carries on telling the old tales while hoping that magically all will come right if only one is patient I was left confused Is Mahfouz saying that hope is the key Or is he mocking our irresponsible habit of waiting for some god or hero to solve our problems for us

  • Paperback
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  • أولاد حارتنا
  • Naguib Mahfouz
  • Arabic
  • 20 July 2020
  • 9789770915349