3 edition of Fann wa-al-adab found in the catalog.
Published 1970 by Administrator in Manshūrāt al-maktab al-tijārī lil-ṭibāah wa-al-nashr wa-al-tawzī
|Statement||Manshūrāt al-maktab al-tijārī lil-ṭibāah wa-al-nashr wa-al-tawzī|
|Publishers||Manshūrāt al-maktab al-tijārī lil-ṭibāah wa-al-nashr wa-al-tawzī|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 102 p. :|
|Number of Pages||98|
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The dialogues are among al-Hakim's most dramatic presentations of the tensions which he felt were at the root of all human encounters.
3, 1-3, 4; 5, 1-9, 2; 9, 4 1991, 1993-1997. Twelve of these fanciful stories have been translated into French in Part Two of Souvenirs d'un Magistrat-Poete, and one of them called "Mu'jizat wa Karamat" has been translated into English as "Miracles For Sale" in Denys Johnson-Davies' new collection, Modern Arabic Fann wa-al-adab Stories Oxford: Oxford Univ.
The difficulty of achieving this match is paralleled in the rise and fall of expectation, as Saniya first charms all who meet her including the reader, and then reverses herself and declines in the reader's estimation when she falls Fann wa-al-adab love with the indolent rich man, leaving the young protagonist in his misery.
Each of their stories involve new stories within the story. Hakim's Preference for Jahiz and Sheherazade. In the first chapter of the novel, the protagonist, Adham Sulayman Fann wa-al-adab a night club scene, and thinks about qalaq worry. The feeling of excitement and tension throughout this long encounter is a result of Hakim's artistry in developing the woman into a kind of intangible force which hovers over the story like a Sheherazade in the Thousand and One Nights.
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[United Fann wa-al-adab Emirates] : The Fund, [1979? The delight in reading Jahiz comes from letting the mind wander from one subject to another and succumbing to the humor and wittiness of the author. do you think we're dreaming?
The book gives accurate dates for time of writing of Hakim's early books. " "But no man loves a woman for anything but the woman in her.
Berolini : In aedibus Academiae Scientiarum, 1927. 1, 4-10, 233-668 1984, 1988-1999 Incomplete. This first essay will deal in his Easternism from an artistic standpoint. For example, the doctors doing the autopsy "squish about" with their fingers Fann wa-al-adab the brain tissue: The colloquial word, though used out of context, describes the action much better than a classical Arabic fabrication could have done.
There is a similar feeling for the patron saints of Cairene quarters in the modern novels of Najib Mahfouz. 36, 41, 43-45, 47, 51, 55-56 1983-1987. Article praising Hakim's new experiments in the theater of the absurd: "The Tree Climber" and "Journey of Spring and Fall. Both works tell much the same story. 1-2, 7-17, 22-23 1978, 1980-1986, 1991-1992 Incomplete.
It becomes a kaleidoscope of scenes and people.
Many of these plays have been translated into French.
Any discussion of the origins of a national literature has to be tenuous, of course; thus the drawing of parallels between the Thousand and One Nights and its modern descendants in the Egyptian novel is dangerous.
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