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An Arab thinker, one of the generation that led the intellectual and cultural renaissance, the latest awakening, and led to renewal, and the Arab Library assigned him a great place for what he wrote and what was written about him. He is a poet, short storyteller, playwright, critic, essayist, and philosopher of life and the human soul. He was born in Baskinta in Mount Sannine in Lebanon in October of 1889 and completed his school studies at the Palestinian Society School there, followed by five university years in the Ukrainian Poltavia between 1905 and 1911, where he was able to undertake the Russian literature, then completed the study of law in The United States of America (since December 1911) and acquired American citizenship. He joined the Pen Association founded by Arab writers in the diaspora and was a deputy to Gibran Khalil Gibran in it. He returned to Baskinta in 1932 and his literary activity expanded. Nicknamed "The Hermit of Al-Shakhroub", he died on February 22, 1988. Naima published his first collection of stories in 1914, entitled “Her New Year.” He was at that time in America continuing his studies, and in the following year he published the story “The Barren” and apparently stopped writing fiction until 1946 until the top of his tagged stories entitled “Merdad” was published in 1952. And it contains a lot of his personality and philosophical thought. Six years later, in 1958, he published "Abu Batta", which became a school and university reference for the globalizing Lebanese/Arab fiction literature, and in 1956 he published the "Akaber" collection, "which is said to have been placed against the book of the Prophet by Gibran." In 1949, Naima wrote a single novel entitled "The Diary of Al-Arqash" after a series of stories, articles and poems that did not seem sufficient to express Naima's expanding taste for literary criticism and other genres of literature. The play “Fathers and Sons” was written by Naima in 1917, and it is his third work, after two short stories. He did not write again in this section except the play “Ayoub” Sader / Beirut 1967. Between 1959 and 1960 Naima put his life story in three parts in the form of an autobiography titled "Seventy", thinking that the seventy was his last turn, but he lived until the ninety-nine, and thus two decades of his life remained outside this biography. Among his books: In studies, articles, criticism and letters, Mikhail Naima put his writing weight (22 books), we list them in chronological order: What Was 1932. The Stages, Paths 1934. Gibran Khalil Gibran 1936. Zad al-Ma’ad 1945. Bayader 1946. Generosity on the Path of Idols 1948. The Voice of the World 1949. Light and Delight 1953. Into the Wind 1957. Far From Moscow and Washington 1963. The Last Day 1965. Margins 1972. In the New Sieve 1973. Miscellaneous Articles, Son of Adam, Najwa Sunset 1974

الآباء والبنون
الآباء والبنون
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سبعون - المرحلة الثانية
سبعون - المرحلة الثانية
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