أحلام مستغانمي (Pdf epub) ذاكرة الجسد

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?ن يرسم ما تراه عيناه، جسر ميرابو ونهر السين، وجد أن ما يرسمه هو جسراً آخر ووادياً آخر لمدينة أخرى هي قسنطينة، فأدرك لحظتها أنه في كل حال لا يرسم ما نسكنه، وإنما ما يسكنناوهل كانت أحلام مستغانمي تكتب ذاكرة الجسد أم أنها تكتب ذاكرة الوطن؟ الأمر سيّان فما الجسد إلا جزء من الوطن وما الوطن إلا هذا الجسد الساكن فيه إلى الأبد تتقاطر الذكرى مفعمة بروح الماضي الذي يأبى إلا الحضور في كل شيء متجسداً ال. What I love most about her novels is the way she writes Simply captivating But the problem with Ahlam as an author is the repetitions I ve read two of her novels and It s always the same story same characters same ending I was bored half way through Hence the rating of three stars

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ذاكرة الجسد

في حضور الوجدان تتألق معاني أحلام مستغانمي، وفي ذاكرة الجسد تتوج حضورها، حروفاً كلمات عبارات تتقاطر في حفل الغناء الروحي موسيقاه الوطن المنبعث برغم الجراحات مليون شهيد وثورة ومجاهد، وجزائر الثكلى بأبنائها تنبعث زوابع وعواصف الشوق والحنين في قلب خالد الرسام الذي امتشق الريشة بعد أن هوت يده التي حملت السلاح يوماً، والريشة والسلاح سيّان، كلاهما ريشة تعزف على أوتار الوطن ففي فرنسا وعندما ك?. Read this novel couple of years ago and it s one of the finest books I ve ever readI remember how I marked like hundreds of pages cause of the many uotes I just lovedAhlam Mostaghanmi has her uniue writing stylein her novels it feels like it s not about the story it s about her way of telling the story the language she uses the way she describes it magicalI remember how she described Khaled s injury how he felt abt his lost arm so touching and I remembered her description specifically after the Jan25 revolution as many Egyptians have lost their eyes in the rev they became marked w this war injury as Khaled in the novel recalling this specific part of the book in these days made the effect of the revolution and the sacrifice made in it even deeper A brilliant Novel a must read

أحلام مستغانمي Û 5 characters

سي طاهر التي كما عرفها خالد طفلة رجل قاد خطواته على درب الكفاح؛ عرفها أنثى كانت من الممكن أن تكون حبيبته، زوجته، ولكنها باتت زوجة في زواج لم يحضره، تلف الذكرى الصفحات، وتتهادى العبارات ممسكة بتلابيب الذكريات دون أن توقظ النفس ملل الحضور الوطن والحبيبة يجتمعان، والثورة والحب ينصهران في بوتقة واحدة، ومزيجهما عطاء فكري، بعيد عن الخيال، للواقع أقرب، وللإنسان في صدق مشاعره وأحاسيسه أقرب وأقر?. Once the protagonist was a fighter in the Algerian war for independence but now he s an ex pat and an artist disgusted by the corruption in the country he left behind obsessed with the daughter of his old commander whom he once loved as a daughter Historical romance is a genre new to me and Algeria was a country new to me It s hard to rate this as a book It was hard for me to get really engrossed in the story and the prose didn t flow easily but I m not a big fan of romance and there might have been translation issues The writing felt very modern in sensibility and rather purple It s hard to parse what if any of that was a uniuely Algerian attitude fatalistic dramatic obsessive I m reading a book from every country and it s been a challenge to separate the universal from the sp


10 thoughts on “ذاكرة الجسد

  1. says:

    Read this novel couple of years ago and it's one of the finest books I've ever readI remember how I marked like hundreds of pages cause of the many uotes I just lovedAhlam Mostaghanmi has her uniue writing stylein her novels it feels like it's not about the story it's about her way of telling the story the language she uses the way she describes it magicalI remember how she described Khaled's injury how he felt abt his lost arm so touching

  2. says:

    Wow I have not read a book like this in a long time It reminded me of the nostalgic elements of the kite runner which was a book that I loved It’s about an old ex Algerian revolutionary fighter who moved to Paris and becomes an artist There h

  3. says:

    The writing is very poetic and the reflections on Algeria and Constantine over a 50 year period is fascinating Hi

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    ما زلت ارى ان اسلوب احلام اكبر من حجم فكره الروايات نفسها و على الرغم من الامور المتضاده في شخصيات كل من ذكر هنا الا انها اع

  5. says:

    What I love most about her novels is the way she writes Simply captivating But the problem with Ahlam as an author is the repetitions I've read two of her novels and It's always the same story same characters same

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    There are bridges which we cannot burn down after crossing them because they stay inside us like a memory There are countries which we live and countries which live in us so says Khaled The one he lives in is France against whom he fought in order the break her chains from Algiers which is the one living in him His language is French the manacle he cannot free himself after all those years while Arabic is almost forgotten Even his mistres

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    Once the protagonist was a fighter in the Algerian war for independence but now he's an ex pat and an artist disgusted by t

  8. says:

    Straight to my 'Favorites list'Ahlam Mosteghanemi you're brilliantYour words are intoxicating I highlighted so many passagesThe storyline though it went in a slow pace your words poems and dialogues made up for itI went through an emotional turmoil reading it by the time I was finishedI was emotionally and mentally exhausted and I enjoyed every second of itThe first novel I read by you definitely not the last

  9. says:

    in terms of language proficiency A Mostaghanmi is undistributed a multi layered trilogy that deals with some unfolded realit

  10. says:

    One of the best and most sensual Arabic books I have ever read I read it over 9 years ago and is still stuck in my head