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  1. Ann Ann says:

    p15A place is not only a geographical area; it's also a state of mind And trees are not just trees they are the ribs of childhoodchokengtitiktitikchokeng115And if happiness should surprise you again do not mention its previous betrayalEnter into the happiness and burstchokengtitiktitikchokeng124And Gaza is not the most polished of cities or the largest But she is euivalent to the history of a nation because she is the most repulsive among us in the eyes of the enemy the poorest the most desperate and the most ferocious Because she is a nightmare Because she is oranges that explode children without a childhood aged men without an old age and women without desire Because she is all that she is the most beautiful among us the purest the richest and most worthy of lovechokengtitiktitikchokeng127ButGaza will not repeat the liesGaza will not say yes to the conuerorsAnd she will continue to eruptIt is not death and it is not suicide it is Gaza's way of announcing she is worthy of lifechokengtitiktitikchokeng152Who is responsible then?The condition of undeclared peace in Arab practice and the condition of declared war in the Arabic sentence

  2. Ron Ron says:

    I grew up in a small town in Iowa where people had names like Paul Paulsen and Andy Andersen As a kid I would not even have imagined a name like Mahmoud Darwish though in birth date he and I were near contemporaries But the history of our times has opened new realities for culturally deprived people like me Darwish’s book is an excellent entry to some of those realities He has given us a grim and poetic evocation of the competition for memory between oppressor and oppressed – in this case Israeli and Palestinian though the lessons extend far beyond Native Americans Guatemalan Maya Chinese dissenters to name a few as Darwish himself recognizes at moments in his book Resistant voices have the power to widen discussion to add facets and perspectives that have been missing Darwish’s book certainly does this for me and maybe for you too

  3. Joseph Schreiber Joseph Schreiber says:

    To capture the experience of reading this amazing book one is tempted to simply offer uote after uote I try to express what makes this work of essaymemoir so special here

  4. Shahd Shahd says:

    this was especially relevant in light of recent events

  5. Edita Edita says:

    The solution lies in the sea Early in the morning you haed for the beach to put out your fire in the blue water The waves draw you away and do not carry you back You have to return on your own In solitude you lie on the warm sand in the open air Why does the sun suander so much of its energy and why do the waves break? There is a huge amount of sun a huge amount of sand and a huge amount of water All around you people speak a language you understand but your sadness and your loneliness and your alienation intensify A desire possessses you to describe the sea to your girlfriend but you feel lonely With reason or without they curse your people yet they enjoy what your people have left behind Even while swimming or joking or kissing they damn your people Is the sea not capable of granting them a single moment of innoncence and affection so that they can forget about you for a moment? How can human beings feel hate while they are stretched on the sand? Saturated with sun salt and longing you head for the beach snack bar You drink a beer and whistle a sad song and all eyes turn to you You busy yourself with lighting a cigarette that has no taste and you buy an ear of corn and eat it all by yourself You wish to be able to spend the whole day at the beach in order to forget that it's a feast day and your family is waiting for you But the time of your daily appointment at the police station is approaching and you remember all that is happening to you And in the blink of the eye the color of noon the sea and the sky turn even blue Then you leave

  6. Wajd Wajd says:

    Last night I picked this book off the shelf I read the first page and I was hooked There are books that effect you and then there are books that KILL you yes kill you This book falls in the latter A beautifully written book every word touched my heart Its an extremely beautiful one describing the Palestinian days in a genius way A Must read bookما هو الوطن ؟هو الشوق إلى الموت من أجل أن تعيد الحق والأرض ليس الوطن أرضا ولكنه الأرض والحق معا الحق معك، والارض معهم

  7. Edita Edita says:

    They taught you to be wary of happiness because it hurts when it betrays

  8. Antonio Delgado Antonio Delgado says:

    A fine must read to understand Palestina but also our humanity

  9. Jean Jean says:

    I came across this book at the small gift shop at the Walled Off Hotel in Bethlehem It’s part of a series of collections of essays by Mahmoud Darwish The Journal of an Ordinary Grief contains a mix of unforgettable personal stories and sharp dissection of the dynamic of the IsraeliPalestinian uestion The absurdity of his condition of existence under virtual house arrest in Haifa unable to secure travel permits to his ancestral village to be with his family is one that will always stay with me His succinct and sharp social commentary encapsulates the essence of the IsraeliPalestinian issue in will ring true to anyone who has visited Palestine “Their Palestinian war is silent but effective And their survival just the fact of being there and their role in political life however modest is a victory in the tough war they’ve been waging for the past uarter century by all available means dissent demonstrations strikes procreation poetry identity insistence on saying “We are Arab” patience waiting Are they psychologically exhausted? Yes but they do not surrender That which exhaust s them most is the long wait yet waiting feeds their identity on a daily basis”

  10. Kathleen (itpdx) Kathleen (itpdx) says:

    I have to put this book in historic perspective Darwish was a Palestinian born in 1941 As a child he lived through the foundation of Israel This book was first published in Arabic in 1973 after the Six Days War forty years ago It explores the author's attempt to understand what it means to be an Israeli ArabDarwish was a poet As a right brained person who lives in the US I had difficulty understanding parts of the book I layered in some biographical information on Darwish and reviewed modern Middle East history as well as the translator's forward and notes I was able to understand much For me the strongest parts were the interviews of Israeli Arabs in prison the difficulty that Darwish had trying to obtain travel documents and his explanation of the position of Israeli Arabs in Israel This book gives a excellent perspective on the Middle East conflict I also heard echoes of the situation of occupied peoples in the US

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يوميات الحزن العادي ❮PDF / Epub❯ ★ يوميات الحزن العادي ✓ Author Mahmoud Darwish – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Every beautiful poem is an act of resistance asserts Darwish Both voice of the Palestinian people and one of the most transcendent poets of his generation Mahmoud Darwish also wrote several remarkable Every beautiful poem is an act of resistance asserts Darwish Both voice of the Palestinian people and one of the most transcendent poets of his generation Mahmoud Darwish also wrote several remarkable volumes of autobiographical essays over the course of his life First published in Beirut in these probing essays ask vital uestions about the existentially complex realities the Palestinians in Israel face and the ambiguity of Darwish's own يوميات الحزن PDF \ identity as an Israeli Palestinian They call upon myth memory and language to delve into the poet's experience of house arrest his encounters with Israeli interrogators and the periods he spent in prison Meditative lyrical rhythmic Darwish gives absence a vital presence in these linked essays Journal is a moving and intimate account of the loss of homeland and for many of life inside the porous walls of occupation––no ordinary griefMahmoud Darwish – was one of the most acclaimed poets in the Arab world His twenty books of poetry include Why Did You Leave the Horse Alone A River Dies of Thirst Mural The Bed of the Stranger and In the Presence of Absence forthcoming from Archipelago books In Darwish was awarded the Lannan Cultural Freedom Prize.

  • Paperback
  • 175 pages
  • يوميات الحزن العادي
  • Mahmoud Darwish
  • English
  • 09 June 2015
  • 9780982624647

About the Author: Mahmoud Darwish

محمود درويشMahmoud Darwish was a respected Palestinian poet and author who won numerous awards for his literary output and was regarded as the Palestinian national poet In his work Palestine became a metaphor for the loss of Eden birth and resurrection and the anguish of dispossession and exileThe Lotus Prize ; from the Union of Afro Asian WritersLenin Peace Prize ; from the USSRThe Knight of the Order of Arts يوميات الحزن PDF \ and Letters ; from FranceThe Lannan Foundation Prize for Cultural Freedom Prince Claus Awards Bosnian stećak Golden Wreath of Struga Poetry Evenings The International Forum for Arabic Poetry prize محمود درويش هو شاعرٌ فلسطيني وعضو المجلس الوطني الفلسطيني التابع لمنظمة التحرير الفلسطينية، وله دواوين شعرية مليئة بالمضامين الحداثية ولد عام في قرية البروة وهي قرية فلسطينية تقع في الجليل قرب ساحل عكا حيث كانت أسرته تملك أرضًا هناك خرجت الأسرة برفقة اللاجئين الفلسطينيين في العام إلى لبنان، ثم عادت متسللة عام بعد توقيع اتفاقيات الهدنة، لتجد القرية مهدمة وقد أقيم على أراضيها موشاف قرية زراعية إسرائيليةأحيهود وكيبوتس يسعور فعاش مع عائلته في قرية الجديدةبعد إنهائه تعليمه الثانوي في مدرسة يني الثانوية في كفرياسيف انتسب إلى الحزب الشيوعي الإسرائيلي وعمل في صحافة الحزب مثل الإتحاد والجديد التي أصبح في ما بعد مشرفًا على تحريرها، كما اشترك في تحرير جريدة الفجر التي كان يصدرها مبامأحد أهم الشعراء الفلسطينيين والعرب الذين ارتبط اسمهم بشعر الثورة والوطن يعتبر درويش أحد أبرز من ساهم بتطوير الشعر العربي الحديث وإدخال الرمزية فيه في شعر درويش يمتزج الحب بالوطن بالحبيبة الأنثى قام بكتابة وثيقة إعلان الاستقلال الفلسطيني التي تم إعلانها في الجزائرTras una juventud dentro de la Palestina ocupada años salpicados por numerosos arestos se trasladó a Egipto y después al Líbano para realizar su sueño de renovación poética Será en su exilio en Paris tras tener ue abandonar forzosamente el Líbano donde logre su madurez poético y logre un reconocimiento ante los ojos occidentales En tras los acuerdos de Oslo para la autonomía de los territorios de Gaza y Cisjordania dimite como ministro de Cultura de la Organización para la Liberación de Palestina y regresa a Ramallah Allí dirige la revista literaria Al Karmel cuytos archivos fueron destruidos por el ejército israelí durante el asedio a la ciudad en el año .