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Safar Birlik سفر برلك
By: Alawi, Maqbul مقبول العلويShare

Language: Arabic

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‏سفر برلك :‏ ‏حكاية الفتى الخلاسي ذيب
Safar Birlik : Hikayat al-Fata al-Khilasi Dhib
اختيرت في القائمة الطويلة لـ"الجائزة العالمية للرواية العربية" 2020

يقع ذيب أسير الجنود العثمانيين مع اندلاع الثورة العربية الكبرى. يُرحّلُ إلى دمشق أسوة بأبناء المدينة المنورة الذين عانوا بطش الحاكم.

ذيب الذي سبق أن اختطف طفلاً من مكّة المكرمة وبيعَ كعبد، يجد نفسه في دمشق عاملاً في خان تملكه سيدة بانتظار رحيل العثمانيين.

رواية تسلّط الضوء على حقبة مهمّة من تاريخ الجزيرة العربية، مرحلة ما يعرف بـ «سفر برلك».


«Seferberlik: The Story of the Khalasian Boy, Dhib», a novel in the Arabic language by award winning Saudi author, Maqbul al-Alawi.

Longlisted for the International Prize for Arabic Fiction 2020 (Arab Booker)

Dhib is taken prisoner by Ottoman soldiers at the start of the great Arab uprising of 1916 and deported to Damascus, like other citizens of Medina, western Arabia, who suffered the tyranny of its Ottoman ruler. Previously, Dhib had been kidnapped from Mecca and sold as a slave. Now he finds himself in Damascus working in an inn owned by a woman, waiting for the Ottomans to leave the city.

The novel depicts an important period in the history of the Arabian Peninsula, known as 'Safar Barlik' (Seferberlik), or the mass deportation and forced conscription of Arabs into the Ottoman army during the First World War.

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Product Details
By:Alawi, Maqbul مقبول العلوي
Language:Arabic
Format:Softcover
Pages: 158 pp
Publisher:Dar al-Saqi, Beirut, 2019
Dimensions:14 x 21 cm
ISBN:6140320925
ISBN-13:9786140320925
Topic:Arabic Fiction - Historical Novel - Saudi Arabia

Safar Birlik  سفر برلك
US$12.95

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