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رسائل من الحرب العالمية الأولى

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كونينجسبي داوسن 1882-1959, ولد في انجلترا, وهو روائي وجندي أنجلو أمريكي في سلاح المدفعية الكندية, كتب ثلاث روايات وقصص قصيرة وقصائد

من مقدمة والد المؤلف ويليام جيمس داوسن: لم تكتب هذه الرسائل للنشر, إنها خطابات حميمة وخاصة إلى أعلى مراتب الخصوصية. لم تكن هذه الخطابات لتنشر من قِبل الذين أرسلت إليهم, لولا شعورهم أن روح الكاتب وطباعه من الممكن أن تسهم في تقوية وتنشيط من هم مث
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Paperback, 216 pages
Published November 2014 by دار الهلال -القاهرة. كتاب الهلال #764 (first published April 1st 2005)
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Norhan Abdelrahman
May 17, 2016 Norhan Abdelrahman rated it really liked it
Shelves: مكتبتى
يُصبح هلاك الرجل أماناً*
حين يتحتم عليه أن يموت
*من أجل الحقيقة

عندي تعلق زائد بأدب الرسائل في العموم , ورسائل (كون) من أصدق الرسائل اللي قرأتها
غريبة جدا الأزمة اللي ممكن تخلي الشخص يوصل لفهم لذاته وللمحيطين بيه بالشكل الكبير والجميل ده !

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Coningsby Dawson was an Anglo-American Novelist and Soldier, Canadian Field Artillery, born at High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England.

He graduated at Merton College, Oxford, in 1905. He spent a year taking a theological course at Union Seminary but decided on a career as a writer.

In the same year he went to America, where he did special work for English newspapers on Canadian subjects, traveling w
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