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[PDF / Epub] ✐ Samarcande ☃ Amin Maalouf – Blackswantea.co.uk کتاب سمرقند، رمانی نوشته ی امین معلوف است که نخستین بار در سال ۱۹۸۸ وارد بازار نشر شد نیمه ی نخست داستان این رم[PDF / Epub] Samarcande Amin Maalouf Blackswantea.co.uk کتاب سمرقند، رمانی نوشته ی امین معلوف است که نخستین بار در سال ۱۹۸۸ وارد بازار نشر شد نیمه ی نخست داستان این رم? کتاب سمرقند، رمانی نوشته ی امین معلوف است که نخستین بار در سال ۱۹۸۸ وارد بازار نشر شد نیمه ی نخست داستان این رمان فراموش نشدنی ?.

?ر ایران قرن یازدهم می گذرد و به دانشمند، فیلسوف و شاعر بزرگ ایرانی، عمر خیام می پردازد ماجرای خلق اثر ارزشمند خیام یعنی رباعیات، تعاملات او با چهره هایی تاریخی همچون خواجه نظام الملک و حسن صباح، و رابطه ی عاشقانه ی این شخصیت با بانویی شاعر، در طول تاریخ امپراطوری سلجوقی در این بخش ب.

samarcande mobile Samarcande PDFEPUB?ر ایران قرن یازدهم می گذرد و به دانشمند، فیلسوف و شاعر بزرگ ایرانی، عمر خیام می پردازد ماجرای خلق اثر ارزشمند خیام یعنی رباعیات، تعاملات او با چهره هایی تاریخی همچون خواجه نظام الملک و حسن صباح، و رابطه ی عاشقانه ی این شخصیت با بانویی شاعر، در طول تاریخ امپراطوری سلجوقی در این بخش ب.

HardcoverÌ Samarcande ePUB ↠ أمين معلوف; alternate spelling Amin Maluf is a Lebanese journalist and novelist He writes and publishes primarily in FrenchMost of Maalouf's books have a historical setting and like Umberto Eco Orhan Pamuk and Arturo Pérez Reverte Maalouf mixes fascinating historical facts with fantasy and philosophical ideas In an interview Maalouf has said that his role as a writer is to create positive myths Maalouf's works written with the skill of a master storyteller offer a sensitive view of the values and attitudes of different cultures in the Middle East Africa and Mediterranean world.

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  • Ahmad Sharabiani

    HardcoverÌ Samarcande ePUB ↠ samarcande mobile, Samarcande PDFEPUBSamarcande ‎Samarchande SamarKand‬ Amin MaaloufSamarkand is a 1988 historical fiction novel by the French Lebanese writer Amin Maalouf The first half of the story is set in Persia present day Iran and Central Asia in the 11th century and revolves around the scientist philosopher and poet Omar Khayyám It recounts the creation of his Rubaiyat throughout the history of the Seljuk Empire his interactions with historical figures such as Vizir Nizam al Mulk and Hassan al Sabbah of the order of the Assassins and his love affair with a female poet of the Samarkand court The second half of the story documents the efforts of a fictional American named Benjamin O Lesage to obtain the fictional original copy of the Rubaiyat witnessing Persian history throughout the Persian Constitutional Revolution of 1905 1907 only to lose this manuscript in the sinking of the RMS Titanicتاریخ نخستین خوانش روز شانزدهم ماه آگوس


  • Hend

    HardcoverÌ Samarcande ePUB ↠ samarcande mobile, Samarcande PDFEPUBone of the best historical novel that i have readan extraordinary onei really admire itthe passionate love story of Omar Khayyam and Jahan the poet at the court of Samarkand and this nine years love that end in the most tragic waybefore reading this novel i only thought that Omar Khayyam was only a great persian poetand surprisingly i discovered he w


  • Kristen

    HardcoverÌ Samarcande ePUB ↠ samarcande mobile, Samarcande PDFEPUBI wrote down 12 uotes from this book when I read it back in 1999 clearly I loved it Of course I am sure that a great deal of that love came from being in Central Asia at the time and having been to Samarkand It's a fictional story about the Rubiyaat and Omar Khayyamchokengtitiktitikchokeng 26Time has two dimensions its length is measured by the rhythm of the sun but its depth by the rhythm of passionp 81the ualities needed to govern are not those which are needed in order to accede to power In order to run things smoothly one must forget oneself and only be interested in others particularly the most unfortunat


  • Sue

    HardcoverÌ Samarcande ePUB ↠ samarcande mobile, Samarcande PDFEPUBI learned of this book through the MiddleEastNorthAfrica group here at Goodreads Otherwise I would have missed out on a very interesting and fascinating trip t


  • Ilhem

    HardcoverÌ Samarcande ePUB ↠ samarcande mobile, Samarcande PDFEPUB “At the bottom of the Atlantic there is a book I am going to tell you its history Six years after the event I am still obsessed by this object of flesh and ink whose unworthy guardian I was“ Benjamin Omar LesageAmin Maalouf said about his work as a novelist that he tried to build positive myths That describes Samarkand so wellIn this book he gave Omar Khayyam’s Rubaiyat a long lost manuscript with Persia’s history in its marge found by his fictional narrator Benjamin O Lesage only to be lost again and become a priceless sunken treasureLike Vartan the Armenian who annoted Omar’s poems Amin Maalouf imagined a biography as if the uatrains had revealed a secret from now on known by him only and intertwined it with the fates of Nizam al Mulk 'Order of the Kingdom' and Hassan Sabbah the 'Old Man of the Mountain' who founded the order of the A


  • Chrissie

    HardcoverÌ Samarcande ePUB ↠ samarcande mobile, Samarcande PDFEPUBThis went over my head I did learn about the Sufi poet sage astronomer mathematician Omar Khayyam 1048 1131 of 11th century Persia and his famed Rubaiyaat about life during the Seljuk empire before the Mongol invasion about Nizam ul Mulk Hassan Sabbah the founder of the Order of the Assassins and later about the Persian democratic struggle for a constitutional government That is why I am giving this book two stars I did learn something but I also had to spend uite a bit


  • Bob Newman

    HardcoverÌ Samarcande ePUB ↠ samarcande mobile, Samarcande PDFEPUBThe Red Violin meets Omar Khayyam on board the Titanic Well OK maybe my title is stretching things a little but not by much This is a very original novel which risked getting out of control but did not Only a very skilled writer could pull things to


  • Sidharth Vardhan

    HardcoverÌ Samarcande ePUB ↠ samarcande mobile, Samarcande PDFEPUB Omar Khayyam mourned his disciple with the same dignity the same resignation and the same discreet agony as he had mourned other friends ‘We were drinking the same wine but they got drunk two or three rounds before me’ Among other things this book has among its motifs Omar Khayyam Hassan i Sabbah Persian liberation efforts at the beginning of 20th century Titanic Mongols etcHave you ever detests the 'x' of algebra during your math classes well Omar Khayyam is the source of th


  • Czarny Pies

    HardcoverÌ Samarcande ePUB ↠ samarcande mobile, Samarcande PDFEPUBSamarkand is a reflection on the role of Islam in the modern world written by a member of the Académie française which is one of the great bastions of world civilization The author who believes that sex and literature are the only true good things in life believes that Islam is a positive force only on the rare occasions when it encourages both As he was writing Maalouf was likely thinking of the civil war that was ongoing in his native Lebanon However he chose to set his novel in Uzbekstan roughly 3500 kilometres from Lebanon Maalouf begins with a biography of the 11th century Persian poet Omar Khayyam Omar Khayyam was a scien


  • Krista the Krazy Kataloguer

    HardcoverÌ Samarcande ePUB ↠ samarcande mobile, Samarcande PDFEPUBI actually want to give this 3 12 stars 4 stars for the first half of the book 3 stars for the second halfThis my second novel by Maalouf and I have to say that I liked The Rock of Tanios better With Samarkand I felt like I was reading two different novels It was divided into four books the first two of which were a fictional life of the 11th century Persian poet Omar Khayyam narrated in the third person It was fascinating as I had no idea he was an astrologerastronomer philosopher and scientist as well as a poet I loved the


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