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Respected Sir

Respected Sir Author Najīb Maḥfūẓ
ISBN-10 9780385498364
Release 2001
Pages 454
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An omnibus edition of three acclaimed novels by the Nobel Prize-winning Egyptian writer includes Wedding Song, The Search, and Respected Sir, about a man of humble origins who dreams of holding the position of Director General of the governmental department where he works as an archives clerk, an impossible dream that supercedes all other interests or people in his life. Original.

The Search

The Search Author Naguib Mahfouz
ISBN-10 9780525431695
Release 2016-06-15
Pages 144
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A powerful story of lust, greed and murder. Unflinching, tough, and dramatic, The Search was most certainly intended to be a harsh criticism of Post-Revolution morality, but, on its most elemental level, it is a lurid and compelling tale.

Wedding Song

Wedding Song Author Naǧīb Maḥfūẓ
ISBN-10 UVA:X001704289
Release 1989
Pages 174
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Four characters--the leading man, the playwright, his father, and his mother--explain the genesis of a sensational new play, some interpreting it as a work of the imagination, others as a brazen confession of sordid family secrets

Adrift on the Nile

Adrift on the Nile Author Naguib Mahfouz
ISBN-10 9780525431619
Release 2016-06-15
Pages 176
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First published in 1966, Naguib Mahfouz’s Adrift on the Nile is an atmospheric novel that dramatizes the rootlessness of Egypt’s cosmopolitan middle class. Anis Zani is a bored and drug-addicted civil servant who is barely holding on to his job. Every evening he hosts a gathering on a houseboat on the Nile, where he and a motley group of cynical and aimless friends share a water pipe full of kif, a mixture of tobacco and marijuana. When a young female journalist—an “alarmingly serious person”—joins them and begins secretly documenting their activities, the group’s harmony starts disintegrating, culminating in a midnight joyride that ends in tragedy. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Nigerian Journal of the Humanities

Nigerian Journal of the Humanities Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105133283411
Release 2005
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Nigerian Journal of the Humanities has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Nigerian Journal of the Humanities also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Nigerian Journal of the Humanities book for free.

Thebes at War

Thebes at War Author Naguib Mahfouz
ISBN-10 9780307429674
Release 2007-12-18
Pages 256
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Known and loved throughout Egypt as a work that celebrates the national character, Nobel laureate Naguib Mahfouz’s Thebes at War tells of a high point in Egyptian history–ancient Egypt’s defeat of Asiatic foreigners who had dominated northern Egypt for two hundred years. With a visit from a court official and a provocative insult, the southern pharaoh’s long simmering resentment boils over, leading him to commit himself and his heirs to an epic struggle for the throne. Filled with the grand clash of armies, staggering defeats, daring escapes, and glorious victories, and written at a time when Egypt was again under the sway of foreign powers, Thebes at War is a resounding call to remember Egypt’s long and noble history. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Modern Arabic Literature in Translation

Modern Arabic Literature in Translation Author Salih J. Altoma
ISBN-10 UOM:39015060852913
Release 2005
Pages 166
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This indispensible guide to modern Arabic literature in English translation features not only a comprehensive bibliography but also chapters on fiction, drama, poetry, and autobiography, as well as a special chapter on Iraq's Arabic literature. By focusing on Najib Mahfuz, one of Arabic Literature's luminaries, and on poetry--a major, if not the major genre of the region-- Altoma assesses the progress made towards a wider reception of Arabic writing throughout the western world.


Akhenaten Author Naguib Mahfouz
ISBN-10 9780307481269
Release 2008-11-26
Pages 176
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From the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature and author of the Cairo Trilogy, comes Akhenaten, a fascinating work of fiction about the most infamous pharaoh of ancient Egypt. In this beguiling novel, originally published in Arabic in 1985, Mahfouz tells with extraordinary insight the story of the "heretic pharaoh," or "sun king,"--the first known monotheistic ruler--whose iconoclastic and controversial reign during the 18th Dynasty (1540-1307 B.C.) has uncanny resonance with modern sensibilities. Narrating the novel is a young man with a passion for the truth, who questions the pharaoh's contemporaries after his horrible death--including Akhenaten's closest friends, his most bitter enemies, and finally his enigmatic wife, Nefertiti--in an effort to discover what really happened in those strange, dark days at Akhenaten's court. As our narrator and each of the subjects he interviews contribute their version of Akhenaten, "the truth" becomes increasingly evanescent. Akhenaten encompasses all of the contradictions his subjects see in him: at once cruel and empathic, feminine and barbaric, mad and divinely inspired, his character, as Mahfouz imagines him, is eerily modern, and fascinatingly ethereal. An ambitious and exceptionally lucid and accessible book, Akhenaten is a work only Mahfouz could render so elegantly, so irresistibly. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Wedding Night

Wedding Night Author Yusuf Abu Rayya
ISBN-10 9789774166839
Release 2015-03-01
Pages 144
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In a small town in the Nile Delta lives Houda the deaf and mute butcher's apprentice. Revealing the town's private stories through public sign language, Houda articulates the unspoken and the forbidden, to unsettle the apparent quietude of rural society. But his own unrestrained desire threatens to scandalize the town and rock its codes of public behavior. When it is reported that he has violated the sanctity of his employer's own house, the whole town, with the butcher and Shaykh Saadoun, the pretending Sufi, in the lead, rises to avenge itself and publicly humiliate and ridicule Houda. The elaborate ruse planned by the butcher and the shaykh, playing on Houda' s hopes, dreams, and fantasies, is foolproof-but while Houda may be a dreamer, he is certainly no fool. This original, satiric novel, introducing the reader to every public and private corner in the life of a small town, is both a daring critique of contemporary Egyptian reality and a thoroughly good read, a remarkable novel of sustained carnivalesque suspense and wicked black humor that marks the arrival of a true literary talent.

Naguib Mahfouz

Naguib Mahfouz Author Pamela Allegretto-Diiulio
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105131654100
Release 2007
Pages 241
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Generally regarded as modern Egypt's leading literary figure, Naguib Mahfouz was the first Arabic-language author awarded the Nobel Prize in literature. Critics hail Mahfouz for his ability to capture the essence of Cairene culture and life. This book illuminates how Naguib Mahfouz has successfully used the elements of daily life to capture the reality of his generation amidst the political upheaval caused in part by the British occupation of Egypt. This study also goes beyond opening up the Egyptian world to the reader; it is a careful analysis of the major novels of Mahfouz's career from an ambiguous feminist perspective. The author selects the term ambiguous deliberately to signify the disparity between a Western and Islamic lens. By employing this approach, the author successfully shows how the characters are not only entrapped in cages of subservience, but also cleverly reveals how the reader of Mahfouz's work is often entrapped in cages of misunderstanding. As the first scholarly study on Mahfouz's work through a highly original interdisciplinary Western and Eastern feminist lens, this book is a critical addition for collections in Literature, Middle Eastern Studies, and Women's Studies.

Autumn Quail

Autumn Quail Author Naguib Mahfouz
ISBN-10 9780525431664
Release 2016-06-15
Pages 176
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Autumn Quail is a tale of moral responsibility, alienation, and political downfall featuring a corrupt young bureaucrat, Isa ad-Dabbagh, who is one of the early victims of the purge after the 1952 Revolution in Egypt. The conflict between his emotional instincts and his gradual intellectual acceptance of the Revolution forms the framework for a remarkable portrait of the clash between past and present, a portrait that is ultimately an optimistic one in which the two will peacefully coexist. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Nobel Laureates in Search of Identity Integrity

Nobel Laureates in Search of Identity   Integrity Author Anders Hallengren
ISBN-10 9789812560384
Release 2004
Pages 266
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The Nobel Laureates are: Sir V S Naipaul (United Kingdom, born in Trinidad) Nadine Gordimer (South Africa) Derek Walcott (St Lucia) Naguib Mahfouz (Egypt) Patrick White (Australia) Ernest Hemingway (USA) Grazia Deledda (Sardinia, Italy) Amartya Sen (United Kingdom and the USA, born in India) Rabindranath Tagore (India) Nelson Mandela (South Africa)

Echoes of an Autobiography

Echoes of an Autobiography Author Naguib Mahfouz
ISBN-10 9780525431657
Release 2016-06-15
Pages 144
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From the Foreword by Nadine Gordimer: "These pieces are meditations which echo that which was, has been, and is the writer Mahfouz. They are--in the words of the title of one of the prose pieces--'The Dialogue of the Late Afternoon' of his life. I don't believe any autobiography, with its inevitable implication of self-presentation, could have matched what we have here." With more than 500,000 copies of his books in print, Naguib Mahfouz has established a following of readers for whom Echoes of an Autobiography provides a unique opportunity to catch an intimate glimpse into the life and mind of this magnificent storyteller. Here, in his first work of nonfiction ever to be published in the United States, Mahfouz considers the myriad perplexities of existence, including preoccupations with old age, death, and life's transitory nature. A surprising and delightful departure from his bestselling and much-loved fiction, this unusual and thoughtful book is breathtaking evidence of the fact that Naguib Mahfouz is not only a "storyteller of the first order" (Vanity Fair), but also a profound thinker of the first order.

The Time and the Place

The Time and the Place Author Naguib Mahfouz
ISBN-10 9780525431633
Release 2016-06-15
Pages 192
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Selected and translated by the distinguished scholar Denys Johnson-Daivies, these stories have all the celebrated and distinctive characters and qualities found in Mahfouz's novels: The denizens of the dark, narrow alleyways of Cairo, who struggle to survive the poverty; melancholy ruminations on death; experiments with the supernatural; and witty excursions into Cairene middle-class life.

The Dreams

The Dreams Author Naguib Mahfouz
ISBN-10 9780307455079
Release 2009
Pages 276
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The Nobel Prize-winning Egyptian author presents short vignettes based on his dreams, including ones featuring a neighborhood turned into a circus, friends who invoke the wrath of an ancient queen, women he loved, and characters from his novels. Reprint.

Introducing AutoCAD Civil 3D 2009

Introducing AutoCAD Civil 3D 2009 Author James Wedding
ISBN-10 9780470431696
Release 2008-10-03
Pages 504
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Introducing AutoCAD Civil 3D 2009 has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Introducing AutoCAD Civil 3D 2009 also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Introducing AutoCAD Civil 3D 2009 book for free.

The Theocrat

The Theocrat Author Bensalem Himmich
ISBN-10 9781617972027
Release 2009-07-01
Pages 224
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The Theocrat takes as its subject one of Arab and Islamic history's most perplexing figures, al-Hakim bi-Amr Illah ("the ruler by order of God"), the Fatimid caliph who ruled Egypt during the tenth century and whose career was a direct reflection of both the tensions within the Islamic dominions as a whole and of the conflicts within his own mind. In this remarkable novel Bensalem Himmich explores these tensions and conflicts and their disastrous consequences on an individual ruler and on his people. Himmich does not spare his readers the full horror and tragedy of al-Hakim's reign, but in employing a variety of textual styles including quotations from some of the best known medieval Arab historians; vivid historical narratives; a series of extraordinary decrees issued by the caliph; and, most remarkably, the inspirational utterances of al-Hakim during his ecstatic visions, recorded by his devotees and subsequently a basis for the foundation of the Druze community he succeeds brilliantly in painting a portrait of a character whose sheer unpredictability throws into relief the qualities of those who find themselves forced to cajole, confront, or oppose him.