الوقائع الغريبة في اختفاء سعيد

الوقائع الغريبة في اختفاء سعيد


الوقائع الغريبة في اختفاء سعيد أبي النحس المتشائل ❰PDF / Epub❯ ★ الوقائع الغريبة في اختفاء سعيد أبي النحس المتشائل Author إميل حبيبي – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk كتب إلى سعيد أبو النحس المتشائل قال أما بعد، فقد اختفيت ولكنني لم أمت، ما قتلت على حدود كما توهم ناس منكم، وما في اختفاء MOBI õ كتب إلى سعيد أبو النحس المتشائل قال أما بعد، فقد اختفيت ولكنني لم أمت، ما قتلت على حدود كما توهم ناس منكم، وما انضممت إلى فدائيين كما توجس عارفو فضلى ولا أنا أتعفن منسياً في زنزانة كما تقول أصحابك، صبراً صبراً، ولا تتساءل من هو سعيد أبو النحس المتشائل هذا؟ لم ينبه في الغريبة في اختفاء سعيد أبي PDF/EPUB or حياته فكيف ننبه له؟ إنني أدرك حطتي، وإنني لست زعيماً فيحس بي الزعماء، ولكن يا محترم، أنا هو الندل، ألم تضحك من الأضحوكة الإسرائيلية الوقائع الغريبة MOBI :å من السبع الذي تسرب إلى مكاتب اللجنة التنفيذية؟ ففي اليوم الأول افترس مدير التنظيم النقابي، فلم ينته زملاؤه، وفي اليوم الثاني افترس مدير الدائرة العربية فلم يفتقده الباقون، فظل السبع يخرج مطمئناً ويفترس مريئاً حتى أتى على ندل السفرة، فامسكوه فكيف تزعم أنك لم تسمع بي؟ أني إنسان فذ، فلا تستطيع صحيفة ذات إطلاع، وذات مصادر، وذات إعلانات، وذات ذوات، وذات قرون، أن تهملني، أن معشري يملئون البيدر والدسكرة والمخمرة أنا الآخرون، أنا فذاً بأسلوب نقدي ساخر يصور الغريبة في اختفاء PDF/EPUB ¾ اميل حبيبي الوضع الفلسطيني الذي ما زال ورغم دخول العقد الخامس في أزمته من غير حل حاسم، إنه واقع جسدته شخصية المتشائل التي يجمع اسمها المتشائم والمتفائل هي خليط من عناصر موجودة في الخرافة ومقامات الحريري، وكافكا ودوماس، ووالت ديزني، أحداثها مزيج في الهزل السياسي التهريجي والقصص العلمي والمغامرة والنبوءة التوراتية.

  • 209 pages
  • الوقائع الغريبة في اختفاء سعيد أبي النحس المتشائل
  • إميل حبيبي
  • Arabic
  • 07 May 2016

About the Author: إميل حبيبي

في اختفاء MOBI õ Emile Habibyإميل حبيبي هو أديب وصحافي وسياسي فلسطيني من الفلسطينين الذين بقوا في أرضهم بعد النكبة ولد في حيفا في آب أغسطس حيث ترعرع وعاش حتى عام حين انتقل للسكن في الناصرة حيث مكث حتى وفاته في تفرغ للعمل السياسي في إطار الحزب الشيوعي الفلسطيني وكان من مؤسسي الغريبة في اختفاء سعيد أبي PDF/EPUB or عصبة التحرر الوطني في فلسطين عام بعد قيام دولة إسرائيل نشط في إعادة الوحدة للشيوعيين في إطار الحزب الشيوعي الإسرائيلي الذي كان أحد الوقائع الغريبة MOBI :å ممثليه في الكنيست البرلمان الإسرائيلي بين و عندما استقال من منصبه البرلماني للتفرغ للعمل الأدبي والصحافيفي حقل الصحافة عمل حبيبي مذيعا في إذاعة القدس ، محررًا في أسبوعية مهماز كما ترأس تحرير يومية الاتحاد، يومية الحزب الشيوعي الإسرائيلي باللغة العربية، بين في حقل الأدب، نشر حبيبي عمله الأول سداسية الأيام الستة عام وبعده تتابعت الأعمال الوقائع الغريبة في اختفاء سعيد ابي النحس المتشائل، لكع بن لكع ، إخطيه وأخيرًا، خرافية سرايا الغريبة في اختفاء PDF/EPUB ¾ بنت الغول وقد جعلت تلك الاعمال القليلة صاحبها أحد أهم المبدعين العرب وذلك لأسلوبه الجديد والمتميز في الكتابة الأدبية عام ، إثر انهيار المنظومة الاشتراكية، أعاد النظر في بعض المسلمات النظرية مما سبب له خلافات فكرية وتنظيمية مع الحزب الشيوعي، اضطر على ضوئها إلى الاستقالة من جميع مناصبه الحزبية بما فيها رئاسة تحرير الاتحاد لكنه بقي عضوا في الحزب الذي كان عضوا فيه منذ جيل عاما حتى عام خين استقال من الحزب في عام الغريبة في اختفاء سعيد أبي PDF/EPUB or اهدته منظمة التحرير الفلسطينية وسام القدس وهو أرفع وسام فلسطيني وفي عام منحته إسرائيل جائزة إسرائيل في الأدب وهي أرفع جائزة أدبية تمنحها الدولة في العام الأخير من حياته انشغل بإصدار مجلة أدبية أسماها مشارف رحل اميل حبيبي في أيار مايو وأوصى ان تكتب على قبره هذه الكلمات باق في حيفا.



10 thoughts on “الوقائع الغريبة في اختفاء سعيد أبي النحس المتشائل

  1. Brad Brad says:

    The Secret Life of Saeed The Pessoptimist is a sobering and often depressing look at Israel's conuering and occupation of Palestine wherein the roles of conueror and conuered are clearly delineated and deeply entrenched Although something seems lost in this English translation there are moments of absolute brilliance in Habiby's work that manage to break through Saeed Pessoptimist's entire world is a prison mental physical spatial and spiritual but through his great gift of pessoptimism he manages to escape to his own brand of freedom I wish I could read Arabic so that I could truly appreciate Emile Habiby's great work of art This is an important read for anyone interested in understanding a culture currently engaged in one of the saddest ongoing chapters in modern Middle Eastern history

  2. DubaiReader DubaiReader says:

    A strange readI read this book for a Book Group who read books publised in both English and ArabicIt was not an easy book to penetrate and I was not the only one who felt they would not have persevered if we hadn't been going to discuss itWhile a number of books have been written about the Israeli Palestinian problems this was a bit unusual in that it was written from the point of view of an Arab remaining in Israel after the occupation It was also written thirty five years ago without the benefit of the foresight that we now haveThe book is semi autobiographical the author was also an Arab who remained in Israel but whereas Habiby rose to hold a postion within the Israeli parliament his 'hero' was nothing than an informer for the state and not a very good one at thatAlthough the book is broken up into short chapters I found some of them made little sense in the early part of the book Eventually the pattern started to emerge of a young man who really just wants to live his life with the minimum amount of fuss He sees the Israelis as people who have invaded and who he must therefore obey he is their possession He does not favour revolutionary tactics it took 200 years to shake off the Crusaders and he seems ready for the long waitIt's uite a sad tale of a young man who loves and loses than once There is an element of comedy but it is irony than carefree humour He is an optimist and an pessimist hence the title looking on the bright side of the bad and the dark side of the good although there doesn't seem a lot of hope in his struggle with lifeThere is a 14 page introduction to the novel which I found made sense when read afterwards which explains some of the nuances and writing style but still left many uestions ananswered like why was Saeed voluntarily abducted by aliens and why was he sitting frozen and motionless on a stake?I am very glad I read this with the benefit of discussion afterwards I think the reader would have to have a lot of relevant background not just historical but also cultural to untangle it otherwise

  3. Tsung Tsung says:

    The elders of Zikhron Yaub disagreed about the following problem Is it lawful for a man to sleep with his wife on the Sabbath or is it the act of a kind of work and therefore not lawful on that day? They went to the rabbi for a decision as to whether it was work or pleasure The rabbi thought long and hard and then he ruled that it was pleasure They asked him for his reasoning He replied “If I had ruled it to be work you would have given it to the Arabs of Fraydis to perform”This satirical work is uite a mixed bag The writing within the book ranges from outstanding to nonsensical mundane to outlandish inspired to uotidian But for the most part it holds together It is also very reminiscent of a number of other literary works and none so than “Good Soldier Svejk” Unlike Svejk who is perhaps vexatious than endearing Saeed commands sympathy and respect than the Czech buffoon Despite being a simpleton Saeed comes across as noble and loyal His character does grow and mature as he transits from the time of the Palestine Mandate 1948 to the Arab Israeli War 1967Apart from Svejk there are small similarities with other well known booksauthors There are Vonnegut like fantastical elements and escapism There are different generations of people with the same name like “One Hundred Years of Solitude” Some parts even read like magical realismSaeed always seems to be on the move constantly crossing borders but somehow never getting back home perhaps reflective of the Palestinian people with no place to call home He yearns for his true love Yuaad Yet he settles for a practical marriage with Baiyya producing a revolutionary son in the processIt was a bit difficult to follow the rather disjointed story at the start But the middle section was better connected and enjoyable to read Then it got a bit weird at the end Overall not brilliant but a decent read

  4. Emily Emily says:

    I highly recommend this book I found it mentioned in the book I recently read about the Nakba the 1948 expulsion of the Palestinians It did not disappoint Interestingly I had just finished Slaughterhouse Five when I picked this one up and there are some striking similarities in the tone of the two books Both authors highlight the absurdity of their situations in a concise matter of fact attitude And both main characters are visited by aliensSaeed eventually leaving the world with the aliens he meets throughout his life writes a series of letters describing his experiences as a young man in 1948 and as a Palestinian in the newly formed state of Israel This book really conveys the everyday humiliations and absurdities of life in the new state He befriends the Israelis and works as part of the Palestinian worker's movement Try as he might to be loyal to the state to be uiet and not offend anyone he is constantly in trouble losing his son to the revolutionary movement and ending up in jail Woven through his narrative are the stories of many villages and people the uprooting and sorrow of their situation

  5. Kobe Bryant Kobe Bryant says:

    It is cool conceptually

  6. Basel Basel says:

    So this is it folks my all time favorite novel I don’t even know how many times I’ve reread it and every time it feels so fresh and I keep on learning new things Emile Habibi published it in 1974 and it’s usually referred to in English translations as “The Secret Life of Saeed The Pessoptimist” but a accurate translation would be “The Strange Events Behind the Disappearance of Saeed The Pessoptimist” In a way similar to Voltaire’s Candide the novel chronicles the life and and downward spiral of Saeed a naive young man from Haifa from the period where Israel was founded the fall of his city Haifa and all the events that happened to him He ends up meeting aliens fish that talk becomes the leader of a workers’ union in Haifa Habibi mixes fantasy with history satire and black humor irony and sarcasm to show us the ill fated life of Pessoptimist But why is he called the Pessoptimist? Because he like his family throughout history cannot distinguish between optimism and pessimism There are so many ways to interpret this novel I can’t begin to count them all Essentially though it is an insight into the lives of those Palestinians who ended up remaining in what is now the State of Israel They are usually referred to as the Palestinians of the inside or the Arab Israelis Saeed becomes extremely loyal to the newly founded Israeli government he even as he states exaggerates with his loyalty But in the end it is the attempt of someone to do everything he can to remain in his beloved city Haifa even if that meant at times that he’d sell his soul to the devil It the story of those who remained also Habibi gives us a deep yet profound insight into the lives of those who remained They didn’t choose to be born there and be who they are yet they are persecuted for being born there and being who they are Habibi doesn’t try to give us solutions this is just the situation Further the novel was groundbreaking for its time as Habibi used sharp satire and dark humor to allow his readers to understand what happened to Palestine from a Palestinian’s perspective and the invasion which took place and its aftermath He used simple language employing many times local expressions to make it a lot accessible to the read instead of long historical lessons Symbolism is also a key element in the novel as different expressions different puns different words can have various meanings Different events are a lot profound that what they might seem In the Arabic version of this book I know it’s also translated to English French and German it’s about 230 pages Yet each time I read I keep on discovering new things The character of the Pessoptimist might just be my all time favorite character in literature and I’ve read a lot of literature This to me isn’t just one of the greatest novels to ever come out in Arabic but in literature period Sure I might seem like I’m very biased But what can I do towards the work that I’ve reread the most in my life? If you ever like reading or if you want to learn about Palestine in an unorthodox way just do yourself a favor and get a copy

  7. Margot Margot says:

    Absurd Surreal Unreliable narrator I seem to be attracting books like this lately I think I will have to read this again before fully absorbing it Saeed Pessoptimist is a bumbling fool who sells his soul to the devil In this case he is an Arab in the employ of the Israeli state and informs on Communist doings before inadvertently landing himself in jail We see the colonizing Israeli state through his eyes as he traverses the two worlds he must inhabits simultaneouslySome tastesThey directed me to the headuarters of the military governor I entered it still riding the donkey It proudly mounted the three steps at the building's entrance Soldiers rushed toward me amazed11This then is a family characteristic to be looking always for money that some passerby has dropped hoping always we might discover some treasure that might transform the regular pattern of a monotonous life28How I yearn for those days For now not only the village of Tanturah but also its girls are gone And the people of Jisr al Zara have changed as well They put their clothes back on left the sea and joined their neighbors who work the land the people of Fraydis Now none of them go down to the river or stand where it joins the sea except for children playing truant and old men trying to escape the burdens of their age And had it not been for the Nature Conservation Committee and the laudable campaign it conducted which succeeded in preventing the authorities from building an electric power station at the mouth of the river my name Saeed would not remain carved on that limestone rock where Tanturiyya use to rest while we wove with our glances the fabric of our future84

  8. Suad Shamma Suad Shamma says:

    I was disappointed with this book I had heard so much about Emile Habiby and this book in specific and when I found it I was uite excited to start reading it It started out interestingly enough I actually found myself smiling and laughing I was curious about this strange Saeed individual and his journey As the story progressed though I felt like it had lost the plot I was losing interest and I was finding it hard to keep going Saeed's journey was a bit surreal but not in a good way It just felt like one very long endless dream that he was having I understand that the idea of the book is its humor and sarcasm but I didn't really think that Emile Habiby delivered the wit and comic relief that he may have intended It was a chore to read it and that alone was a disappointment for me On the other hand it has to be said that this book is translated from Arabic and I think a lot of the messages and the jokes conveyed could have been lost in translation I found Saeed to be boring uninteresting naive and I hate to say this but stupid Not a book that I would normally recommend but I do believe in supporting the Palestinian cause and as such all Palestinian literature no matter the uality

  9. Christine Christine says:

    When it comes to Arabic literature I have learned that there isn't really style consistency When reading great novels of the Western world you are often able to see an overarching style and mood but with Arabic lit each and every one seems uniue and unlike others I've read The Secret Life of Saeed proves to be no exception While the other three were serious Habibi adapted a lighthearted ironic type of tone compared to the serious tone of the previous Arabic novels I've read From the class discussion it seems like a lot of people did not like this novel but I thought this book was actually really great Yes probably a lot of it was lost on me for example the little details that reuire historical and contextual knowledge like the man who died of heart attack due to the fall of the inter bank and it was a bit difficult to read with its fluidity in time and flashbacks but it was all in all wonderfully written witty funny yet very thought provoking A highly recommended largely unread book

  10. Allie Allie says:

    Interesting book to read as someone who knows relatively little about Middle Eastern politics specifically IsraelPalestine My edition had an introduction that was helpful to read after reading the book otherwise the whole plot would be given away For such a critically acclaimed book in the Arab literature world it's kind of surprising to me that I hadn't heard of this book before It definitely reminds me of many Western modern classics that I've read but it seems to be kind of a secret Would definitely recommend reading this one

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