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المهاجرون

(The Emigrants #1)

4.19  ·  Rating details ·  4,464 ratings  ·  293 reviews
كتاب فيلهلم "المهاجرون" هو قصة ملحمية تحكي قصة هجرة السويديين إلى أمريكا الشمالية
وفي روايته يصور موبيرغ تلك الانتقالة المفصلية في حياة المهاجرين، ويتعقب بحساسية هائلةتناوب مشاعر الأمل والحنين، والظروف التي ترغم الانسان على اختيار المنفى.
وتحدث فيها عن أكبر هجرة في حياة السويديين حتى بلغت أكثر من مليون مهاجر يمثلون ربع السكان آنذاك، كما أنها وصفت بالكارثية.

وتمكن موبرغ من بيع
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Hardcover, 432 pages
Published 2014 by دار المنى (first published January 1st 1949)
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Mjög skemmtileg frásögn af þessu tímabili. Bókin er frekar hæg, en mér finnst það ekki löstur, maður nær að lifa sig vel inn í tíðarandann og tilfinningar fólksins sem lagði í þessar svakalegu breytingar á lífi sínu.
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Play Book Tag: The Emigrants (Book 1) by Vilhelm Moberg - 3 stars 2 13 Jan 03, 2019 06:07AM  

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Vilhelm Moberg was a Swedish author, best known for his Emigrant series of novels about Swedish emigrants to America. He also wrote other novels and plays and also participated in public debates about the Swedish monarchy, bureaucracy, and corruption.

Other books in the series

The Emigrants (4 books)
  • Unto a Good Land (The Emigrants, #2)
  • The Settlers (The Emigrants, #3)
  • The Last Letter Home (The Emigrants, #4)
“أينما تذهب سوف أذهب، وحيث تموت سأموت، وهناك سيكون مدفني” 3 likes
“Besides the 254 peasants and cotters who owned and lived on assessed land, there were 39 persons listed as artisans and apprentices, 92 squatters, 11 enlisted soldiers, 6 innkeepers, 5 horse traders, 3 house-to-house peddlers. There were also 274 farm servants, 23 bedesmen and bedeswomen, 104 “ordinary poor,” 18 sick and crippled, 11 deaf and dumb, 8 blind, 6 nearly blind, 13 almost lame, 4 lame, 5 near idiots, 3 idiots, 1 half idiot, 3 whores and 2 thieves. On the last page of the church book, under the heading “End of the Parish,” were listed 27 persons who had moved away and never been further heard from.” 1 likes
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