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الأجنحة المتكسرة [PDF / EPUB] الأجنحة المتكسرة This is the exuisitely tender story of love that beats desperately against the taboos of Oriental tradition With great sensitivity Gibran describes his passion as a youth for Selma Karamy the girl of This is the exuisitely tender story of love that beats desperately against the taboos of Oriental tradition With great sensitivity Gibran describes his passion as a youth for Selma Karamy the girl of Beirut who first unfolded to him the secrets of love But it is a love that is doomed by a social convention which forces Selma into marriage with another man Portraying the happiness and infinite sorrow of his relationship with Selma Gibran at the same time probes the spiritual meaning of human existence with profound compassion Lightning Print On Demand Title.

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  1. says:

    الأجنحة المتكسرة The Broken Wings Kahlil Gibran The Broken Wings is a poetic novel written by Khalil Gibran and first published in Arabic in 1912 It is a tale of tragic love set in turn of the century Beirut A young woman Selma Karamy is betrothed to a prominent religious man's nephew The protagonist a young man perhaps even Gibran himself falls in love with this woman They begin to meet in secret however they are discovered and Selma is forbidden to leave her house breaking their hopes and heartsتاریخ نخستین خوانش ماه نوامیر سال 2006 میلادیعنوان بالهای شکسته ؛ نویسنده جبران خلیل جبران؛ مترجم مهدی مقصودی؛ تهران، نشر گل آفتاب؛ 1376؛ در 88 ص؛ چاپ دوم 1377؛ شابک 9649120823؛ در 126ص؛ چاپ دیگر 1384؛ در 160ص؛ همان شابک؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان عرب سده 20ممترجم لاله صفدرخان؛ تهران، شیوه، 1380؛ در 111ص؛ شابک ایکس 964721412؛ مترجم رضا ابوترابی؛ مشهد، آیین تربیت، سنبله، 1384؛ در 120ص؛ شابک ایکس 964721412؛ مترجم لفته مولایی؛ تهران، سپر ادب، 1384؛ در 128ص؛ شابک 9649627839؛ مترجم بهروز حسن نژاد؛ تهران، معرفت، 1384؛ در 194ص؛ شابک 9649627839؛ مترجم جعفر ابطحی، در 106ص؛مترجم حورزاد صالحی؛ تهران، پل، 1384؛ در 191ص؛ شابک ایکس 964693563؛ مترجم حیدر شجاعی؛ تهران، دادار، 1384؛ در 88ص؛ چاپ دوم 1384؛ شابک 9648097186؛ چاپ چهارم 1386؛ پنجم 1387؛ چاپ پنجم 1387؛ مترجم محمد ابراهیمی کاوری با همکاری لفته مولایی؛ تهران، نیک فرجام، 1385؛ در 127ص؛ شابک 9649627766؛ چاپ ششم 1387؛ چاپ دیگر تهران، آسو، 1394؛ در 132ص؛ شابک 9786007228531؛ در 132ص؛مترجم محمد ریحانی، هانی ورده؛ قم، امام عصرعج، 1388؛ در 159ص؛ شابک 9786005323078؛ مترجم شهریار وقفی پور؛ تهران، مروارید، 1388؛ در 121ص؛ شابک 9789648838756؛مترجم شهرزاد بیات موحد؛ تهران، ماهی، 1393؛ در 96ص؛ شابک 9789649971414؛ مترجم مرضیه صادقی زاده؛ تهران، آلوس، 1394؛ در 132ص؛ شابک 9786008129417؛ مترجم جعفر نوعخواه؛ اردبیل، هفت گنج، 1394؛ در 148ص؛ شابک 9786009601455؛ مترجم مصطفی طباطبائی؛ تهران، ؟، ؟؛ در 192ص؛چکیده ای از متن هجده ساله بودم، که عشق چشمانم را با اشعه سحرآمیز خود، باز کرد، و با انگشتان آتشین خود، برای نخستین بار جانم را لمس نمود، و سلمی کرامه، نخستین زنی بود، که با کارهای نیک و زیبای خود، روحم را بیدار نمود، و آنجا که روزها، همچون رویاها، سپری میشوند، و شبها همچون شبهای عروسی، میگذرند، پیشاپیشم به سوی بهشت عواطف علوی، حرکت کرد؛ سلمی کرامه، همان کسی ست، که با زیبایی خود، پرستش زیبایی را، به من آموخت، و با مهربانی خویش، عشق پنهان را به من یاد داد؛ او کسی ست، که نخستین بیت، از قصیده ی زندگی معنوی را، در گوشم نواخت؛ ا شربیانی

  2. says:

    This book gave me cancer

  3. says:

    I haven't read many awful books but for sure this is one of them I regret not being able to give this book zero or minus something stars The thing that bothered me the most was the story's apparent agenda an abhorrent claim to be presenting a perfect love story The book pretends to be highly ualified by the incessant use of a poetic style including a gazillion metaphors similes and borrowing from Bible and classic literature To tell you the truth all those in this context seemed really ridiculous to me while actually turning out to be uite stupid and inept by using all those beautiful images at the service of a highly comic love story For the starters the plot is stupid A love at first sight story played by the depressed masochistic dude who has partially no agency It's the girl who starts the whole thing and a submissive and again masochistic girl Funny enough we are told she is intelligent who is unable of any action But the funniest character is the daughter's dad He is very wealthy and in fact a very good guy but he has a small flaw in his character he sees no fault in marrying his daughter to a guy she doesn't love The Bishop guy is purely evil and acts as a member of mafia like he sends one of his guys with an order for the old guy Marry your daughter to my dear relative or else I guessed all this from the old guy's dejected faceAnd the ambition behind the godfather's action is money As if he already doesn't have money and the only way to get it is through a marriage as we all know the circulation of money happens between two affluent families The relative guy is a non person Actually he doesn't seem to be present there at all Well I think Gibran thought one bad guy is enough for his perfect story A uestion haunted me while I was reading the book Why didn't Gibran write a piece of poetry or a short short story to save the reader the pain of reading a shallow portrayal of love? When I was done with the book I read what was written on the back of it Khalil Gibran the revered author of The Prophet and The Voice of the Master reveals this word shocked methe poignant secrets and sorrows of first love in this mystical I would say stupid masterpiece The thing is that to me it was of a masterpiss in love and its complexities The characters are all stupid in one way or another The narrator seems mostly like a hallucinated lonely guy who has nothing to do but to imagine things does he do anything else? He tells and tells and tells He explains things to the reader In fact it seemed to me that this is Gibran expressing his partial hatred of traditionOriental beliefs male societyand treatment of women he is again repeating the same objectifying of women but well in a covert way as if this is his manifestoIn sum Gibran's book comes up very short even as a mediocre love story I like some of gibran's uotes as I find them witty and nice While reading this book I couldn't stop thinking this is a really extended one

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    Rating 375 stars This was ROMANTIC AF I can't find any other word for it Imagine every dramantic YA fantasy female MC ever and get her to write her love story It would be this book BUT this had really good writing Like awesome writing With some feminism here and there Your usual life uestions Aaaand a massive asshole With a tragic love story thanks to that assholeAs a conclusion If you can read in Arabic And you like tragic love stories And you want some high uality writing in your life And you're falling behind on you Gr's reading challenge Congrats this book is for youIf you know how serious this book was you will think of my review as a jokeLow self esteem It already is a joke with a British accent Thanks for reading this and I hope you get a pet

  5. says:

    A very emotional novel by an amazing author It recounts the tale of two soulmates who were broken apart by destiny Two souls who endured and suffered love and sadness Two spirits who were destined to be apart until death took its part

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    “Ay that tomb grows Gibran's sorrow together with the cypress trees and above the tomb his spirit flickers every night commemorating Selma joining the branches of the trees in sorrowful wailing mourning and lamenting the going of Selma who yesterday was a beautiful tune on the lips of life and today is a silent secret in the bosom of the earth”The Broken Wings written by Gibran in 1912 is a poetic novel It is filled with friendship love power struggle and pain and suffering that comes along with any human relationship I consider it to be a very personal book by Gibran Much like his “Spirit Rebellious” which was banned and burned in public in Lebanon The reader will find in this book Gibran’s strict stance on oppression carried out under the hand or in the name of Religion Gibran in no sense is against religion but he hates those who use religion as a tool to fulfill their personal desires In this book many issues are highlighted Such as social issues of the time in the Eastern Mediterranean including religious corruption the rights of women and lack thereof and the weighing up of wealth and happiness Gibran used one of his own true life experiences in this book Detailing his first love and how he lost his beloved Salma to the cruel doctrines of our society The fact that it is from a true experience of the author makes it all the haunting and beautiful

  7. says:

    why sad n broken hearted people are always the most romantic ones? and they are sensitive and creative when they are at the lowest

  8. says:

    It's a beautiful love story which will surely break your heart What human being is he who has never sipped the wine from the cup of love?

  9. says:

    The Broken Wings is a poetic novel written by Khalil Gibran This novel follows the tragic love story of an eighteen years old boyGibran himself who falls in love with Selma Karamy a beautiful nobel girl in her twenties from the very first sight Selma awakened Gibran’s soul to the feelings of love and passion by her purity and grace and her manners Since the moment they met both of them shared an inexplicable magnetic spiritual connection towards each other But unfortunately this love was doomed by society’s strict and thorny conventions and norms that forced Selma into marrying another manThrough his modernist writing style Gibran can transcend the reader into the realms of beauty nature and love His descriptions were so vivid and the imagery he used so astonishing which added a certain depth to his work and deepened the understanding of his words Gibran also pointed out the hypocrisy of social heads and false social values and the nature of spiritual love above all which caused him some trouble at the time of publishing this bookThe only negative aspect of this book is the excessive use of metaphors and similes and the lack of suspense because from the start the reader can predict the outcome of the storyLong story short this is a must read book

  10. says:

    This book welled me up I'm not sure but I strongly think that this book relates to Gibran's own story since he has mentioned his own name in the book for the guy who falls in love with the soul of a girl named Salma The book talks about society's thorny rules and norms that are adopted against one's own will This book talks about a woman's value and respect This book is filled with emotions and I really liked reading it

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