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➥ نزيف الحجر Ebook ➫ Author Ibrahim al-Koni – Beechesgardenservices.co.uk The moufflon a wild sheep prized for its meat continues to survive in the remote mountain desert of southern Libya Only Asouf a lone bedouin who cherishes the desert and identifies with its creatures نزيف الحجر Ebook Author Ibrahim al Koni Beechesgardenservicescouk The moufflon a wild sheep prized for its meat continues to survive in the remote mountain desert of southern Libya Only Asouf a lone bedouin who cherishes the desert an

D identifies with its creatures The moufflon a wild sheep prized for its meat continues to survive in the remote mountain desert of southern Libya Only Asouf a lone bedouin who cherishes the desert and identifies with its creatures knows exactly where it is to be found

نزيف pdf الحجر epub نزيف الحجر PDFD identifies with its creatures The moufflon a wild sheep prized for its meat continues to survive in the remote mountain desert of southern Libya Only Asouf a lone bedouin who cherishes the desert and identifies with its creatures knows exactly where it is to be found

MOBI نزيف الحجر Kindle ´ Ã beechesgardenservicescouk إبراهيم الكوني is a Libyan writer and one of the most prolific Arabic novelistsBorn in in Fezzan Region Ibrahim al Koni was brought up on the tradition of the Tuareg popularly known as the veiled men or the blue men Mythological elements spiritual uest and existential uestions mingle in the writings of al Koni who has been hailed as magical realist Sufi fabulist and poetic novelistHe spent his childhood in the desert and learned to read and write Arabic when he was twelve Al Koni studied comparative literature at the Maxim Gorky Literature Institute in Moscow and then worked as a journalist in Moscow and WarsawBy al Koni had published than books and received numerous awards All written in Arabic his books have been translated into languages His novel Gold Dust appeared in English in .

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  • Nancy Oakes

    MOBI نزيف الحجر Kindle ´ Ã beechesgardenservicescouk نزيف pdf, الحجر epub, نزيف الحجر PDFThe Bleeding of the Stone is the work of Libyan author Ibrahim al Koni who has won several awards among them the S


  • Nada Elfeituri

    MOBI نزيف الحجر Kindle ´ Ã beechesgardenservicescouk نزيف pdf, الحجر epub, نزيف الحجر PDFThis book is my first foray into the body of Al Koni's work though I feel a pang of guilt that as a Libyan I read the translated English version rather than the original Arabic Libya is a large country and oftentimes the inhabitants of different regions hardly know about each other For most of those who live on the Northern coastal cities Fezzan the Southern province is something of a mystery We know that there's large expanses of desert and a slightly different culture but there's no real interaction With Al Koni's works we get a chance to experience a taste of life in Libya's deserts and The Bleeding of the Stone offers a great look into the environment the people and the challenges present there The novel presents the life and fate of Asouf the goat herder Unlike the other nomads of the desert Asouf lives alone and understands better than most the mysteries of the desert giving him an almost legend


  • Rajab

    MOBI نزيف الحجر Kindle ´ Ã beechesgardenservicescouk نزيف pdf, الحجر epub, نزيف الحجر PDFI'm very happy to find one of my all time favorite writer in the library of Goodreads Ibrahim Al Koni is brilliant writer and if like to know about Lib


  • Aubrey

    MOBI نزيف الحجر Kindle ´ Ã beechesgardenservicescouk نزيف pdf, الحجر epub, نزيف الحجر PDFA decent read Very good metaphor for animal extinction caused by man's reckless slaughter Some good descriptive passages but otherwise nothing of special note here


  • Ekul

    MOBI نزيف الحجر Kindle ´ Ã beechesgardenservicescouk نزيف pdf, الحجر epub, نزيف الحجر PDFI will start off by saying that I absolutely loved this book I had never read a piece of Libyan literature let alone Saharan literature before this piece and I was blown


  • Hamza El Moussaoui

    MOBI نزيف الحجر Kindle ´ Ã beechesgardenservicescouk نزيف pdf, الحجر epub, نزيف الحجر PDFMagical


  • Jenny (Reading Envy)

    MOBI نزيف الحجر Kindle ´ Ã beechesgardenservicescouk نزيف pdf, الحجر epub, نزيف الحجر PDF I tell you Be patient How can you live in the desert without patience? The man who was never granted its contentment will never be happy there I tell you Use patience and cunning they're the secrets of the desertAsouf is a Bedouin living alone with his sheep in the cave laden mountains of Libya This novel tells his story and also stories of several surrounding characters while also dipping into magical realism and mysticismThere is a fair amount of description of gazelles vs waddan I wasn't sure the waddan exists but it does I think it would be best to stay away from them if you believe the lessons in this story


  • Aziza

    MOBI نزيف الحجر Kindle ´ Ã beechesgardenservicescouk نزيف pdf, الحجر epub, نزيف الحجر PDFThis novel has all the ingredients that should have made it one of my favorite novels –the Sahara Tuaregs spirituality and a reverence for nature Set in Southern Libya in the 1930s the story starts with the very shy Asouf a lonely goat herder who is at home in caves with ancient paintings or among animals than in the modern world of men While empathizing with Asouf the reader is also made keenly aware of the conseuences of not being able to connect with the outside world when he lets several caravans go by which should have provided him and initially his mother before she dies with much needed staple foods and supplies When two hunters arrive who want him to slaughter many gazelles as well as find the waddan – a moufflon a kind of wild sheep with enormous horns that symbolizes the ancient way of life – he the animals and ultimately the entire eco system come under threat The flashbacks and confusi


  • Harry Rutherford

    MOBI نزيف الحجر Kindle ´ Ã beechesgardenservicescouk نزيف pdf, الحجر epub, نزيف الحجر PDF The Bleeding of the Stone is a Libyan novel about Asouf a Bedouin man living a hermit like existence out in the desert herding goats and occasionally guiding foreigners to see the rock paintings on the walls of the wadisAsouf has a spiritual relationship with the desert and particularly with an animal called the waddan the Barbary Sheep that lives in the mountains Two hunters arrive who want him to find the waddan for them and the book intercuts the story of their interaction and flashbacks to Asouf’s earlier lifeSo it’s a book about deserts and man’s relationship with nature and spirituality and religion and environmentalism and the effects of solitudeApart from getting slightly confused by the order of events — careless reading on my part meant I thought something was a flashback when it wasn’t which made the endin


  • Edith

    MOBI نزيف الحجر Kindle ´ Ã beechesgardenservicescouk نزيف pdf, الحجر epub, نزيف الحجر PDFIt's nice to read a modern Arabic work that for once revolved around themes other than religion and politics This particular story focused on environmentalism especially the delicate balance of desert ecology where in the absence of civilization man and beast depended directly on one another for survival The story incorporates 'magical realism' in the form of North African Sufi folk spirituality to give explanation for the events It's a little like a Bedouin folk tale version of the 'Old Man and the Sea except with a solitary old man heroically guarding the last vestiges of the desert values and spirituality against the encroachment of greed and technology The hipster American Marine who shallowly dabbled in eastern spirituality and came to join in the slaughter of wild animals to get a taste of what he called 'spiritual food' is a veiled political reference perhaps But I also see it as a diatribe against the foodie who de


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