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Almout آلموت
By: Bartol, Vladimir فلاديمير بارتولShare

Language: Arabic

Softcover

من روائع الروايات العظيمة، رواية "حشّاشين" إن صحّ القول في وصفها..

في ربيع العام 1092، شهدت طريق الجيوش القديمة، والتي كانت تتوغل ابتداءً من سمرقند وبخارى وصولاً إلى سفح جبل الإيلبوزر شمالي خراسان مرور قافلة على درجة من الأهمية، غادرت بخارى مع بداية ذوبان الثلوج, وغذت فالسير منذ بضعة أسابيع. كان قادة القافلة يلوحون بسياطهم، ويحثون بصراخهم الصاخب البهائم المنهكة تقريباً. كانت الجمال الوحيدة السنام، والبغال، والجمال ذات السنامين، تتقدم في رتل طويل، ورجال الموكب الذين امتطوا خيولاً صغيرة ذات شعر طويل، يتأملون سلسلة الجبال التي كانت تنتصب في الأفق بحالة من السأم من طول الانتظار.

Translated to Arabic, 'Alamut' a novel written by Italian-Slovenia writer Vladimir Bartol (1903- 1967).

Alamut takes place in 11th Century Persia, in the fortress of Alamut, where self-proclaimed prophet Hasan ibn Sabbah is setting up his mad but brilliant plan to rule the region with a handful elite fighters who are to become his 'living daggers.'

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By:Bartol, Vladimir فلاديمير بارتول
Language:Arabic
Format:Softcover
Pages: 624 pp
Publisher:Al-Kamel Verlag, Beirut, 2011
Dimensions:14 x 21 cm
ISBN-13:9789933351946
Topic:Selected Translation - Novel - Italy - Slovenia

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Alamut takes place in 11th Century Persia, in the fortress of Alamut, where self-proclaimed prophet Hasan ibn Sabbah is setting up his mad but brilliant plan to rule the region with a handful elite fighters who are to become his 'living daggers.' By creating a virtual paradise at Alamut, filled with beautiful women, lush gardens, wine and hashish, Sabbah is able to convince his young fighters that they can reach paradise if they follow his commands. Alamut tells the story of how Sabbah was able to instill fear into the ruling class by creating a small army of devotees who were willing to kill, and be killed, in order to achieve paradise. Believing in the supreme Ismaili motto 'Nothing is true, everything is permitted,' Sabbah wanted to 'experiment' with how far he could manipulate religious devotion for his own political gain through appealing to what he called the stupidity and gullibility of people and their passion for pleasure and selfish desires.

The novel focuses on Sabbah as he unveils his plan to his inner circle, and on two of his young followers — the beautiful slave girl Halima, who has come to Alamut to join Sabbah's paradise on earth, and young ibn Tahir, Sabbah's most gifted fighter. As both Halima and ibn Tahir become disillusioned with Sabbah's vision, their lives take unexpected turns.


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