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  • اللص والكلاب
  • Naguib Mahfouz
  • Arabic
  • 04 February 2015

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  1. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    اللص والكلاب El lis's wal kilab The Thief and the Dogs Naguib Mahfouz The Thief and the Dogs is one of the Egyptian author Naguib Mahfouz's most celebrated works He further developed his theme of existentialism using stream of consciousness and surrealist techniues It charts the life of Said Mahran a thief recently released from jail and intent on having his vengeance on the people who put him there The novel was published in 1961 and Said's despair reflects disappointment in revolution and new order in Egypt—as Said is not only a thief but a kind of revolutionary anarchist Naguib Mahfouz's haunting novella of post revolutionary Egypt combines a vivid psychological portrait of an anguished man with the suspense and rapid pace of a detective story After four years in prison the skilled young thief Said Mahran emerges bent on revenge He finds a world that has changed in ways than oneتاریخ نخستین خوانش نسخه فارسی سال 1978میلادیعنوان دزد و سگها؛ نویسنده نجیب محفوظ؛ برگردان بهمن رازانی؛ تهران، انتشارات زردیس، 1357؛ در یازده و 185ص؛ چاپ دیگر تهران، نگرش، 1367؛ در 185ص؛ چاپ دیگر تهران، ققنوس، 1380، در 159ص؛ شابک 9643112713؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان مصری سده 20معنوان دزد و سگها؛ نویسنده نجیب محفوظ؛ برگردان رضا عامری؛ تهران، افراز، 1394؛ در 160ص؛ شابک 9786003261761؛ دزد و سگ‌ها، داستان جوان ناداری و کم درآمدی به نام «سعید مهران» است، که در کشوری، با نظامی سوسیالیسی، از راه دزدی، زندگی خویش را می‌گذراند؛ نظام سوسیالیستی پس از تشکیل، برخلاف شعارهای برخی رهبرانش، با خیانت مواجه، و «سعید مهران» با کمک‌های فردی به نام «رؤوف علوان»، دانشجویی انقلابی می‌شود؛ «سعید» هنگام خدمتش در خانه دانشجویی، با «نبویه سلیمان» آشنا، و با وی ازدواج می‌کند؛ زمانیکه «سعید» مشغول سرقت است، با خبرچینی «نبویه»، و دوست خود «علیش سدره»، دستگیر، و به زندان می‌افتد؛ او پس از آزادی از زندان، با خیانت دوستان و دور و بریهای خود روبرو می‌شود و ؛ناقدان آثار‌ ادبی‌ در دنیای‌ «عرب‌»، رمان‌ «دزد و سگ‌ها» را نقطه‌ عطف‌ داستان ‌نویسی‌ معاصر «عرب‌» نام‌ داده‌ اند؛ این‌ کتاب‌، در مقام‌ قیاس‌ با دیگر نوشته‌ های‌ «نجیب‌ محفوظ‌»، حجم‌ کم‌تری‌ دارد، اما به‌ خوبی‌ نشان‌دهنده‌ دانایی‌ و آگاهی‌ نویسنده‌، در مورد اصول‌ و تکنیک‌های‌ داستان‌نویسی‌ است‌؛ داستان‌ با حرکتی‌ سریع‌ ـ چون‌ تولدی‌ ـ آغاز می‌شود؛ هر عبارت‌ داستان‌ آگاهی‌ تازه‌ ای‌ ست‌ که‌ در اختیار خوانشگر قرار می‌گیرد؛ هر رخداد، هر حادثه‌ و هر برخورد کوچک‌، وسیله‌ ای‌ دقیق‌ و بهنجار شمرده‌ می‌شود، تا نویسنده‌ قلم‌ موشکاف‌ خویش‌ را، در بخش‌ آگاه‌ یا ناخودآگاه‌ ضمیر قهرمان‌ داستان‌، به‌ کار اندازد؛ پرداخت‌ شخصیت‌ها در «دزد و سگ‌ها» موشکافانه، علمی‌ و عملی‌ است‌، و هیچ‌ رخداد و رویدادی‌ بی‌اسباب‌ و عللی‌ که‌ در ورایش‌ است‌، رخ نمیدهدتاریخ بهنگام رسانی 05071399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی

  2. Brian Brian says:

    This book is what I'd expect Dostoevsky to write if he was on crank listening to Blag Flag I loved the hatred that seethed through each page Revenge is the driving force of this book After spending 4 years in an Egyptian prison Said Mahran is freed only to find that his wife friend and mentor betrayed him He immediately plans revenge vowing to kill the dogs that let him downThe pace of the book is fast and developed differently from my expectations I did like the way Mahfouz gave us direct insight into Said's thoughts dark thoughts they were too Excellent bookFavorite passages What does a man need in this country Said? and without waiting for an answer he said He needs a gun and a book the gun will take care of the past the book is for the future What a lot of graves there are laid out as far as the eye can see Their headstones are like hands raised in surrender though they are beyond being threatened by anything A city of silence and truth where success and failure murderer and victim come together where thieves and policemen lie side by side in peace for the first and last time

  3. Hákon Gunnarsson Hákon Gunnarsson says:

    This novel begins with the thief Said being released from prison He’s angry because he feels the people next to him have betrayed him His wife has left him for another man His six year old daughter is afraid of him His life is not what he thinks it should be and he wants revenge This all sounds like it could be a genre novel a revenge thriller but that’s not what it is It’s not really driven by suspense It’s much about the character and his situation than about creating excitement Mahfouz writes it in the stream of consciousness style and I read somewhere that it is actually the first novel to do that in Arabic Said is angry He is furious And he wants the world or at least three men in it to pay for his misfortune This anger colors almost everything else in the novel The stream of consciousness style manages to express that rather well The reader feels it on every page but one also sees that he is too angry to make good decisions He thinks he is alone fighting the world but the moments he is truly alone are the moments he feels the worst And the thing is he does have people that care for him view spoilerNor who loves him Tarzan who is a good friend to him and Sheikh who keeps trying to steer him onto the right path hide spoiler

  4. Stephen Durrant Stephen Durrant says:

    This novel from the pen of the 1988 Nobel Prize winning Egyptian writer Naguib Mahfouz 1911 2006 is a study of an obsessive and self destructive search for revenge The desire for revenge results from two types of betrayal political betrayal as exemplified by Raul Ilwan who has changed along with a shift in the political winds; and second the personal betrayal of a beloved wife Since this novel alternates between a third person narrative with the focalization suarely upon Said the main character and the first person narrative of Said himself everything is essentially seen from his perspective and that perspective struck me as terribly naive Said is absolutely incapable of accepting the changes others can undergo however despicable those changes might seem from the point of view of the betrayed But such change like it or not is common to humanity and the purist like Said is thus condemned to an absurd course of action throwing away his own life to strive to destroy those who have harmed him The Thief and the Dogs is a brilliant study of this type of mentality It also presents an interesting but somewhat disturbing image of a spiritual dichotomy where obsessive self absorbed revenge occupies one pole and a mysterious but irrelevant at least to this reader sufi mysticism occupies the other The Sheikh in this novel was for me an intriguing character and I suspect we are supposed to admire him as someone who lives in an entirely different and higher world If however we expect a professional religious to provide a perspective that on some level connects with a troubled human soul then the Sheikh clearly fails Mahfouz is a terrific writer who certainly knows how to tell a story and this particular story intrigues as a study of a certain type of psychological pathology But I want to read Mahfouz perhaps Children of Gebelawi should be next? in part because I would like to understand better how Islam shapes his own writing I know that he was a faithful Muslim who always stood against Islamic fundamentalism but it is as yet unclear to me as to how his Muslim voice is reflected in his work

  5. Sincerae Sincerae says:

    A reverse who done it but the reader knows who did it Said Mahran is an ex con fresh out of prison a thief and now a murderer with still a degree of humanity left For those who know him personally and some of the working classes he's both admired as something of a hero against the system and also feared He had the potential to be a good man but life has left him betrayed by those he loved and trusted the most The only one left who might can save him from himself his bitterness and intense desire for revenge is his old flame Nur which means light in Arabic For some brief days Nur does bring some light into his life which manages to soften the rock that he has become I enjoyed this novella This is the second book by Naguib Mahfouz that I've read A number of years back I read the first novel in his Cairo Trilogy I hope to finish up the trilogy and read of his work

  6. Ben Ben says:

    Not an impressive good start for a well known and renowned author as Naguib Mahfouz The story seems flat and all over the place It is meant to be a thriller of some kind but it adds nothing to the genre I couldn't feel any sympathy for the protagonist In fact he was uite obnoxious and he seemed to be angry for no rational reason The prose is of no beauty whatsoever I was surprised that a well famous Arab writer possessed no real flow to his writing It was jumpy apprehensive and it added nothing to an already typical revenge plot A rather disappointing read from an author from whom I expected a lot I will certainly though give one of his big books a chance and I would appreciate some recommendations

  7. Loren Loren says:

    From ISawLightningFallcomStories remind me of people Something in their style calls to mind the mannerisms of family and friends Self important historical epics make me think of a lumbering middle school teacher The upper crust comedies of PG Wodehouse take me back to a certain night out on the town with my little black dress clad then future wife Having just finished Naguib Mahfouz’s The Thief and the Dogs I find myself thinking of the Florida redneck who taught me to handle a gun a man as hard and direct as the bullets he shotThe years Said Mahran spent in an Egyptian jail did little to cure him of his affinity for burglary Instead they gave him a new vice revenge Newly free he wants the lives of his ex wife and her lover the two people who turned him over to the police And when an overture to a former revolutionary friend turned nouveau riche falls flat Said adds another name to his murderous list He gets a gun from the owner of a less than reputable café and love from a faithful whore but a fatal mistake uickly turns everyone else against him A stray slug can take than a life; it can kill a man’s most cherished plansMahfouz’s slim little novel is less interested in the niceties of vengeance than in examining the conseuences of an ill aimed life Said soon moves beyond mere retribution and starts striking out at anyone and everyone who gets in his way A gentle Sufi mystic chides him yet Said is so wrapped up in bitterness that he can’t grasp the ruin that envelops him It doesn’t matter how hot your rage burns when the whole world is nipping at your heels

  8. Shane Shane says:

    The principal character in this short novel is one dimensional bent on revenge after being betrayed by friends and family Mahfouz articulates a strong message that vengeance is the Lord’s and those who embark on that trail are destined to an inevitable and early grave And yet there is a countervailing defeatist message bad guys who exercise guile and restraint win in the end and you can’t change a corrupt system on your ownSaid Mahran is a modern day Robin Hood programmed by his journalist mentor and his social condition to rob the rich and feed the poor When the political winds in Egypt change he is betrayed by his mentor and sent to jail His mentor joins the nouveau riche embracing all they fought against Said’s wife marries his best friend and his daughter disowns him His only allies are a shady cafe owner who provides him with a gun and a faithful prostitute who provides him shelter The stage is set for the Revenge of Said And yet our anti hero proves to be an inept burglar and an even clumsier assassin always botching the jobs he sets out to do He seeks the advice of his Sufi master who advises Said to “wash and read” but Said is too corroded with hatred to heed the wise man’s advice In the fast paced plot the thief who hunts the dogs is in turn hunted like a dog down to his inevitable endThe novella is remarkably short in depth for if you take out the pre occupation with and the destructive nature of revenge there is little else to ponder other than the weakness of human nature both in the thief and among the dogs Cairo serves as a good backdrop with its labyrinthine darkness and shifting political sands And there is nothing to redeem Said In his hatred he is also self righteous “I am the hope and dreams the redemption of cowards” hard to feel anything for this deluded guy other than pity I was left wondering why Mahfouz wrote this novel Was he moralizing in a literary way or was he making a strong statement to those who take Said’s path “Don’t tread here it’s a straight drop down this mountain into to hell with no outcrops of rock to hang onto”

  9. J.M. Hushour J.M. Hushour says:

    If you're like me and you often find yourself frustrated with the obsession of Middle Eastern literature connoisseurs with Mahfouz to the detriment of scads of other fantastic often not translated Arabic authors of the 20th century look no further than here Whafuck you might ask this is a g'damn Mahfouz novel Whyyesyes it is But it's not like the other ones This is a straight out noir introspective crime thriller that you'd expect to see coming out of New Wave France starring Jean Gabin or something It is Mahfouz as we want to see him as part of a desperate and dark and overlooked literary substrata of Middle Eastern literature of which he himself was a part Not as the demigod of a literary pantheon of which he is the only memberThe novel is sparse sinister and emotionally trying A thief just out of prison finds that pretty much everyone he knew including his wife and daughter have abandoned andor betrayed him So what does he do? He shacks up with one of the few sympathetic to his plight a prostitute and wanders the Cairo night trying to exact his often inexact revenge by killing everyone he knew Or trying to at least This is punctuated by his repeated visits to an elderly Sufi fellow who knew his father and who offers him sanctuary both spiritual and physicalA minimalist tale of desperation and blindness to faith and the paths offered by both Highly recommended

  10. Sportyrod Sportyrod says:

    Revenge sweet bloody revenge The story is fairly simple A man is released from prison in Egypt with one goal To eliminate those who betrayed him The mindset of the released prisoner is an interesting character study He has the passion and determination to plot this clever revenge but lacks the skills I have read that alot of deviant criminals believe they are smarter than the police and this character has that very essence You can also see the warped sense of justice through his actions He credits the linear actions of his revenge however is completely unfeeling and unempathetic about those who are harmed in the crossfire so to speak The story is short and sets a good scene uickly so it is easy to read There are several forks in the road that offer potential options and it is fascinating to see why he chooses the direction he does I would recommend this to anyone who likes revenge stories and police pursuit types of stories If you like Kill Bill you may enjoy this book

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اللص والكلاب❮Ebook❯ ➨ اللص والكلاب ➩ Author Naguib Mahfouz – Thomashillier.co.uk Naguib Mahfouz's haunting novella of post revolutionary Egypt combines a vivid pychological portrait of an anguished man with the suspense and rapid pace of a detective storyAfter four years in prison Naguib Mahfouz's haunting novella of post revolutionary Egypt combines a vivid pychological portrait of an anguished man with the suspense and rapid pace of a detective storyAfter four years in prison the skilled young thief Said Mahran emerges bent on revenge He finds a world that has changed in ways than one Egypt has undergone a revolution and on a personal level his beloved wife and his trusted henchman who conspired to betray him to the police are now married to each other and are keeping his six year old daughter from him But in the most bitter betrayal his mentor Rauf Ilwan once a firebrand revolutionary who convinced Said that stealing from the rich in a unjust society is an act of justice is now himself a rich man a respected newspaper editor who wants nothing to do with the disgraced Said As Said's wild attempts to achieve his idea of justice badly misfire he becomes a hunted man so driven by hatred that he can only recognize too late his last chance at redemption.

About the Author: Naguib Mahfouz

نجيب محفوظ was an Egyptian writer who won the Nobel Prize for Literature He published over novels over short stories dozens of movie scripts and five plays over a year career Many of his works have been made into Egyptian and foreign films.