رأيت فيما يرى النائم

رأيت فيما يرى النائم Novel pdf

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Naguib Mahfouz: The pioneer of the Arabic novel, and the winner of the highest literary prize in the world.
He was born on December 11, 1911 in Al-Gamaliya neighborhood in Cairo, to a middle-class family. His father was a government employee. He chose the name of the doctor who supervised his birth, Dr. Naguib Mahfouz Pasha, so that his name would be compounded by Naguib Mahfouz.
He was sent to writers at a young age, and then enrolled in primary school, during which he learned about the adventures of "Ben Johnson", which he borrowed from a colleague to read, to be Mahfouz's first experience in the world of reading. He also experienced the 1919 revolution at the age of eight, and it left a profound impact on him that later appeared in his novels.
After high school, Mahfouz decided to study philosophy and joined the Egyptian University, and there he met the Dean of Arabic Literature, Taha Hussein, to tell him of his desire to study the origin of existence. At this stage, his passion for reading increased, and he was preoccupied with the ideas of philosophers, which had the greatest impact on his way of thinking.
After graduating from the university, he worked as an administrative employee there for a year, then held several government jobs such as his work as a secretary in the Ministry of Awqaf. He also held several other positions, including: Head of the Oversight Authority at the Ministry of Guidance, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Cinema Support Foundation, and Adviser to the Ministry of Culture.
Mahfouz had intended to complete academic studies and prepare for a master’s degree in philosophy on the subject of “Beauty in Islamic Philosophy,” but he fought a struggle with himself between his love for philosophy on the one hand, and his love for tales and literature, which began from his childhood on the other, and ended this internal conflict in favor of literature; He saw that philosophy could be presented through literature.
Mahfouz began to feel his first steps in the world of literature by writing stories, so he published eighty stories without payment. In 1939, his first creative experiments came to light. The novel "The Abatement of Destinies", after which he continued writing the novel and the short story in addition to the play, as well as press articles and scenarios for some Egyptian films.
Mahfouz’s novelist experience went through several stages, starting with the historical stage in which he returned to ancient Egyptian history, and issued his three historical trilogy: “The Absurdity of Predestination,” “Radopis,” and “The Good Struggle.” Then the realistic stage that began in 1945 AD, coinciding with the Second World War; At this stage, he approached reality and society, and published his realistic novels such as “New Cairo” and “Khan Al-Khalili”, reaching the peak of novelistic creativity with the famous trilogy: “Bain Al Qasrain”, “Qasr Al-Shouq” and “Al-Sukaria”. Then the symbolic or intellectual stage, whose most prominent works were: "The Road", "The Beggar", "Gossip over the Nile", and "The Children of Our Neighborhood" (which caused widespread controversy in religious circles, and its publication was banned for a while).
In 1994, Mahfouz was subjected to an assassination attempt, from which he survived, but it affected the nerves of the upper right side of the neck, negatively affecting his ability to write.
He received many international and local awards, most notably: the “Nobel Prize in Literature” in 1988, and the “Nile Necklace” in the same year.
The icon of Egyptian and Arabic literature “Naguib Mahfouz” passed away on August 30, 2006 AD, after a life full of creativity and giving, during which he presented many literary works close to humans and loaded with the philosophy of life, which is a great legacy that every Egyptian, every Arab, and every human celebrates.

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رأيت فيما يرى النائم novel pdf by Naguib Mahfouz

رأيت فيما يرى النائم هي مجموعة قصصية لنجيب محفوظ صدرت عام 1982. احتوت المجموعة خمس قصص قصيرة وقسما بعنوان "رأيت فيما يرى النائم" احتوى 17 حلما. وتعتبر هذه الأحلام أحلامًا روائية مؤلفة بعكس أحلام فترة النقاهة التي تعد ترجمة لأحلام واقعية. قصص المجموعة: أهل الهوى، من فضلك وإحسانك، قسمتي ونصيبي، العين والساعة، الليلة المباركة. وقد حوّلت قصة "أهل الهوى" لفيلم سينمائي بعنوان وكالة البلح.

تُمثِّل هذه المجموعة القصصية لَبِنةً مهمة في جدارية رؤية «نجيب محفوظ» للحياة؛ ففي قصة «أهل الهوى» قدَّم «محفوظ» الإنسانَ البِكْر ذا الصفحة البيضاء، وسلوكَه تجاه الدنيا، وتَعامُله معها؛ وفي قصة «قسمتي ونصيبي» عبَّر بحبكةٍ غريبة وفريدة عن الصراع الداخلي في الإنسان بين الخير والشر، ومأزق الإنسان في تقبُّل ذاته، فيكون مَصيرُه الألمَ لا الراحة؛ كما جاءت قصة «فيما يرى النائم» عبارة عن سبعة عشر حُلمًا، تَناوَل فيها مراحلَ حياة الإنسان من الميلاد حتى الموت.

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