Imtilak Sirr al-Bahjah امتلاك سر البهجة
By: Walker, Alice (1944-) آليس ووكرShare

Language: Arabic


بعد رائعة اللون الأرجواني للكاتبة آليس ووكر، تقدم لنا رواية امتلاك سر البهجة. في هذه الرواية استخدمت الكاتبة بعض شخوص الرواية الأولى، لأنها لم تتمكن من التخلص منها، وظلت تلح عليها. ولم تطمئن كاتبتنا إلا بعد أن حاكت خيوط هذه الرواية ذات الموضوع الحرج.

لكن اطمئنان أليس ووكر كان نسبيا. فبعد صدورها اتهمت بمعادة القبيلة الإفريقية ومحاولة تزوير المقدسات، فنال آليس ما نالها من الأذى النفسي والبدني.

Translated to Arabic, ''Possessing the secret of Joy'', a novel by American novelist, short story writer, poet, and social activist, Alice Walker (b. 1644). This novel follows the character Tashi, an African woman, and Adam, an American man, characters first glimpsed in Walker's famous Pulitzer Prize–winning novel 'The Color Purple'. This searing novel covers the controversial subject of FGM surgery and its aftermath in the characters life.

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By:Walker, Alice (1944-) آليس ووكر
Pages: 217 pp
Publisher:Dar al Mada, Beirut 2018 Arabic Edition
Dimensions:14 x 20 cm
Topic:Translated African-American Fiction

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About the Author:Alice Walker is one of the most prolific and important writers of our time, known for her literary fiction, including the Pulitzer Prize–winning The Color Purple (which was also a major Broadway play), her many volumes of poetry, and her powerful nonfiction collections. She is the author of We Are the Ones We Have Been Waiting For, Possessing the Secret of Joy, The World Has Changed (edited by Rudolph P. Byrd), The Chicken Chronicles, The World Will Follow Joy, and The Cushion in the Road, all published by The New Press. Some of her other bestselling books include In Search of Our Mothers’ Gardens, The Temple of My Familiar, By the Light of My Father’s Smile, and The Way Forward Is with a Broken Heart. Her advocacy on behalf of the dispossessed has spanned the globe. She lives in Northern California.

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