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[PDF / Epub] ☁ باب الشمس By إلياس خوري – Salovehej.me في “باب الشمس” يمضي إلياس خوري بسرد مسيرة المطر والموت والوحل، تهجير ومخيمات وأناس يحلمون بالحياة يحلمون با[PDF / Epub] باب الشمس By إلياس خوري Salovehej.me في “باب الشمس” يمضي إلياس خوري بسرد مسيرة المطر والموت والوحل، تهجير ومخيمات وأناس يحلمون بالحياة يحلمون با? في “?.

?اب الشمس” يمضي إلياس خوري بسرد مسيرة المطر والموت والوحل، تهجير ومخيمات وأناس يحلمون بالحياة يحلمون بالوطن ولكن نهيلة تقول لن يكون هناك وطن قبل أن نموت جميعاً.

باب mobile الشمس epub باب الشمس Kindle?اب الشمس” يمضي إلياس خوري بسرد مسيرة المطر والموت والوحل، تهجير ومخيمات وأناس يحلمون بالحياة يحلمون بالوطن ولكن نهيلة تقول لن يكون هناك وطن قبل أن نموت جميعاً.

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باب الشمس Kindle ê Elias Khouryالياس خوري هو قاص وروائي وناقد وكاتب مسرحي لبناني، ولد في العاصمة اللبنانية بيروت عام كتب عشر روايات ترجمت إلى العديد من اللغات وثلاث مسرحيات وله العديد من الكتابات النقدية شغل منصب رئيس تحرير الملحق الثقافي الأسبوعي لجريدة النهار منذ العام حتى عام وكان مسؤولاً عن القسم الثقافي في جريدة السفير من عام حتى عام وعمل مديراً فنياً لمسرح بيروت بين عامي و ودرس في الجامعة اللبنانية والجامعة الأميركية في بيروت وجامعة كولومبيا في نيويورك، ويدرس حالياً في جامعة نيويورك مادة الدراسات الشرق أوسطية والإسلامية.

10 thoughts on “باب الشمس

  1. Kris Kris says:

    باب الشمس Kindle ê باب mobile, الشمس epub, باب الشمس KindleThis is a beautifully written novel in which Khoury draws inspiration from stories he heard from Palestinians in refugee camps The stories are told from the perspective of Khalil who is a close friend almost a son to Yunes a Palestinian freedom fighter who is in a coma a result of a massive stroke Although others have given Yunes up for dead Khalil sits vigil by his hospital bedside and recounts stories in an effort to make sense of their lives and to make some contact with YunesThe novel is written as stream of consciousness with Khalil often telling different versions of the same stories He goes back and forth over time and grapples with t


  2. Sue Sue says:

    باب الشمس Kindle ê باب mobile, الشمس epub, باب الشمس KindleHow to begin this review has been my uandry and has held me back til now This book is not an easy read for many reasons The story twists and turns moving back and forth through the years between 1948 and the establishment of the state of Israel and the simultaneous dislodging destruction of Palestinian lives and the late 1980s in displaced Palestinian camps in Lebanon It has been called a Palestinian OdysseyTo say it is not an easy read is not to say I didn't like this book or appreciate it In fact once I grew to understand it's style or process I think I began to appreciate it For me the moving back and forth through time along with the shifts in narrative voice began to represent the fractured lives of the Palestinians who once called Galilee homeThe principal narrator is Khalil a nursedoctor who is tending


  3. Tim Tim says:

    باب الشمس Kindle ê باب mobile, الشمس epub, باب الشمس KindleThere is a point where Elias Khoury speaks through his character Khalil about the difficulties of writing Khalil says to the comatose Yunis that words “come apart” when you write them down and revert to symbols cold and lifeless I encounter this all the time when I write and so recently it seems Language is an imperfect form of communication and at some level everything is symbolic no matter how definitive or specific we attempt to make our speech Receiving or interpreting symbols and language is a highly subjective process and the best forms of communication are those that are perhaps not so specific that leave some rounding of the edges parables myths stories Yunis is a symbol as K


  4. Declan Declan says:

    باب الشمس Kindle ê باب mobile, الشمس epub, باب الشمس KindleThe issue is war and war has no beginningI'm scared of history that has only one version History has dozens of versions and for it to ossify into one only leads to deathOn many occasions Gate of The Sun reminded me of a religious text The Bible or uran It has the weight rhythm and repetitions of a solemn text with its invoking of the antecedents; the litany of place names and its epic descriptions of Palestinian history although paradoxically it is not an epic in its conception indeed a lot of major events are referred to without even being described The structure of the novel is diffuse there is a loose framework the narrator Dr Khaleel addresses his stories and recollections to a


  5. Miriam Cihodariu Miriam Cihodariu says:

    باب الشمس Kindle ê باب mobile, الشمس epub, باب الشمس KindleI understand why this book has been called the first Palestinian epic and the enormous task which the author took upon himselfIt is full of stories and oral lore gathered from Palestinian refugee camps and all of this is doubled by a consciou


  6. David M David M says:

    باب الشمس Kindle ê باب mobile, الشمس epub, باب الشمس KindleThe great Palestinian novel From the Nakba to Oslo an Odyssey with no homecoming


  7. Tsung Tsung says:

    باب الشمس Kindle ê باب mobile, الشمس epub, باب الشمس KindleThis is a fascinating piece of work with attention to the style and philosophy than to the substance or politics While it was a pleasure to read in parts it was a chore getting through some long rambling sections in between It is a large book and if it were half its size


  8. Geoffrey Fox Geoffrey Fox says:

    باب الشمس Kindle ê باب mobile, الشمس epub, باب الشمس KindleUmm Hassan is deadThese are Dr Khaleel Ayyoub's first words to his only patient the legendary hero of a dozen failed wars for Palestinian liberation in Galilee Hospital in Shatila But this isn't


  9. Janosch Janosch says:

    باب الشمس Kindle ê باب mobile, الشمس epub, باب الشمس KindleI could not finish it It was not able to hold my attention nor to excite me In addition to that I think that the translation is awful I was never sure who was saying what and whose thoughts I was reading No idea what was going on


  10. Natylie Baldwin Natylie Baldwin says:

    باب الشمس Kindle ê باب mobile, الشمس epub, باب الشمس KindleWhat Elias Khoury was trying to accomplish with this novel was a noble undertaking to convey the experience of the Palestinians since The Nakba of 1948 the violent expulsion and displacement of the Palestinians from their land and villages to create the future state of Israel; literal translation the catastrophe There were parts of this book that were moving and parts that were thought provoking There were even pages I dog eared because they contained such insightful passages However by the second half the book was starting to collapse under its own weight Khoury's approach to telling the story of the Palestinian experience based on the numerous acco


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