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  1. The Sons

    By Franz Kafka

    “I have only one request,” Kafka wrote to his publisher Kurt Wolff in 1913. “‘The Stoker,’ ‘The Metamorphosis,’ and ‘The Judgment’ belong together, both inwardly and outwardly. There is an obvious connection among the three, and, even more important, a secret one, for which reason I would be reluctant to forego the chance of having them published together in a book, which might be called The Sons.”

  2. بين القصرين ثلاثية القاهرة ١

    لـ نجيب محفوظ

    يعنى بتصوير البيئة الاجتماعية في إطارها التاريخي في رواية واقعية تصور حياة الطبقة المتوسطة والشعبية، ويجعل بعض أحياء القاهرة وشوارعها القديمة مجال العمل القصصي ويرسم لهذه الأحياء صوراً مفصلة ويجعلها الإطار المكيف والمؤثر في حياة الأبطال الرافضين الاحتلال والمطالبين بالاستقلال. وهذا الرواية تحمل في ثناياها قصص عن أسرة لكل فرد فيها قصة تجعل منه رواية في حد ذاتهفي بين القصرين يقع منزل السيد أحمد عبد الجواد المكون من حرمه أمينة وابنه الأكبر ياسين وخديجة وفهمى وعائشة وآخر العنقود كمال. يمثل السيد أحمد عبد الجواد السلطة المطلقة في البيت فلا رأى فوق رأيه ولا قول يضاهي قوله، يطيعه أولاده طاعه عمياء حتى أنهم يفضلون الموت ألف مرة عند مواجهة أبيهم.

  3. Watchmen

    By Alan Moore

    In an alternate 1985 America, costumed superheroes are part of everyday life. When one of his former comrades is murdered, masked vigilante Rorschach uncovers a plot to kill and discredit all past and present superheroes.

  4. A Game of Thrones A Song of Ice and Fire 1

    By George R.R. Martin

    ‘When you play the game of thrones, you win or you die. There is no middle ground’. Summers span decades. Winter can last a lifetime. And the struggle for the Iron Throne has begun. From the fertile south, where heat breeds conspiracy, to the vast and savage eastern lands, all the way to the frozen north, kings and queens, knights and renegades, liars, lords and honest men… all will play the Game of Thrones.

  5. The Tempest

    By William Shakespeare

    Set on a remote island, where the sorcerer Prospero, rightful Duke of Milan, plots to restore his daughter Miranda to her rightful place using illusion and skillful manipulation. He conjures up a storm, the eponymous tempest, to cause his usurping brother Antonio and the complicit King Alonso of Naples to believe they are shipwrecked and marooned on the island. There, his machinations bring about the revelation of Antonio’s lowly nature, the redemption of the King, and the marriage of Miranda to Alonso’s son, Ferdinand.

  6. The Secret Garden

    By Frances Hodgson Burnett

    After losing her parents, young Mary Lennox is sent from India to live in her uncle’s gloomy mansion on the wild English moors. One day she learns of a secret garden in the grounds that no one is allowed to enter. Then Mary uncovers an old key in a flowerbed – and a gust of magic leads her to the hidden door. Slowly she turns the key…

  7. The Count of Monte Cristo

    By Alexandre Dumas

    In 1815 Edmond Dantès, a young and successful merchant sailor who has just recently been granted the succession of his erstwhile captain Leclère, returns to Marseille to marry his Catalan fiancée Mercédès. Thrown in prison for a crime he has not committed, Edmond Dantès is confined to the grim fortress of If. There he learns of a great hoard of treasure hidden on the Isle of Monte Cristo and he becomes determined not only to escape, but also to unearth the treasure and use it to plot the destruction of the three men responsible for his incarceration.

  8. If Beale Street Could Talk

    By James Baldwin

    Told through the eyes of Tish, a nineteen-year-old girl, in love with Fonny, a young sculptor who is the father of her child, Baldwin’s story mixes the sweet and the sad. Tish and Fonny have pledged to get married, but Fonny is falsely accused of a terrible crime and imprisoned. Their families set out to clear his name, and as they face an uncertain future, the young lovers experience a kaleidoscope of emotions-affection, despair, and hope.

  9. A Midsummer Night’s Dream

    By William Shakespeare

    A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a comedy written by William Shakespeare in 1595/96. It portrays the events surrounding the marriage of Theseus, the Duke of Athens, to Hippolyta. These include the adventures of four young Athenian lovers and a group of six amateur actors who are controlled and manipulated by the fairies who inhabit the forest in which most of the play is set.

  10. The Fall

    By Albert Camus

    Jean-Baptiste Clamence, a successful Parisian barrister, has come to recognize the deep-seated hypocrisy of his existence. His epigrammatic and, above all, discomforting monologue gradually saps, then undermines, the reader’s own complacency.

  11. محطة الرمل

    لـ أحمد سلامة

    عندما يسيطر الحزن العميق على الجميع، فيسعى كل طرف للبحث عن لحظة للوصول تهدأ فيها روحه ولو قليلاً. إلا أن نور تتضاعف أزمته رغماً عنه كلما سعى إلى السكينة، ويتعرض منير لاتهام خطير يهرب بسببه فترة طويلة حتى يصل به الشك والترقب حد الجنون فيعود إلى سابق عهده القديم أو أشد سوءاً، وتبقى زُهرة تعاني مرارة الوحدة والخيانة وأمنيات الثأر والانتظار. لكن الخيوط كلها ترفض ان تتضح، فتبقى الجريمة غير كاملة والقتل لم يحدث. تظل الحقيقة مستترة حتى اليوم المرتقب، يوم سفر حبيبة، ذلك اليوم الذي تنكشف معه أغلب الحقائق، ليسيطر الحزن من جديد.

  12. The Arab of the Future A Childhood in the Middle East, 1978-1984

    By Riad Sattouf

    The Arab of the Future, the #1 French best-seller, tells the unforgettable story of Riad Sattouf’s childhood, spent in the shadows of 3 dictators—Muammar Gaddafi, Hafez al-Assad, and his father.

  13. The Prince

    By Niccolò Machiavelli

    The original blueprint for realpolitik, The Prince shocked sixteenth-century Europe with its advocacy of ruthless tactics for gaining absolute power and its abandonment of conventional morality. For this treatise on statecraft, Machiavelli drew upon his own experience of office under the turbulent Florentine republic, rejecting traditional values of political theory and recognizing the complicated, transient nature of political life. Concerned not with lofty ideals, but with a regime that would last, this seminal work of modern political thought retains its power to alarm and to instruct.

  14. Purple Hibiscus

    By Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

    Fifteen-year-old Kambili and her older brother Jaja lead a privileged life in Enugu, Nigeria. They live in a beautiful house, with a caring family, and attend an exclusive missionary school. They’re completely shielded from the troubles of the world. Yet, as Kambili reveals in her tender-voiced account, things are less perfect than they appear. Although her Papa is generous and well respected, he is fanatically religious and tyrannical at home—a home that is silent and suffocating.

  15. ليس هناك ما يبهج

    لـ عبده خال

    هذه القصص لا تدعي البحث عن إجابات جاهرة سلفا بل تكتفي بطرح الاسئلة لكنها أسئلة تضرب بجذورها في أعماق النفس الإنسانية بحثا عن الجوهر النفيس المختبئ فى القاع ، والمطمور بفعل واقع يومي شرس. أنها كتابة تبحث عن هويتنا الضائعة وسط واقع مكرس للرداءة.

  16. Daring to Drive A Saudi Woman's Awakening

    By Manal Al-Sharif

    A ferociously intimate memoir by a devout woman from a modest family in Saudi Arabia who became the unexpected leader of a courageous movement to support women’s right to drive.

  17. I Am Malala The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban

    By Christina Lamb, Malala Yousafzai

    I AM MALALA is the remarkable tale of a family uprooted by global terrorism, of the fight for girls’ education, of a father who, himself a school owner, championed and encouraged his daughter to write and attend school, and of brave parents who have a fierce love for their daughter in a society that prizes sons. I AM MALALA will make you believe in the power of one person’s voice to inspire change in the world.

  18. Julius Caesar

    By William Shakespeare

    The Tragedy of Julius Caesar is a history play and tragedy written by Shakespeare based on true events from Roman history. Although the play is named Julius Caesar, Brutus speaks more than four times as many lines as the title character; and the central psychological drama of the play focuses on Brutus’ struggle between the conflicting demands of honor, patriotism, and friendship.

  19. A Christmas Carol

    By Charles Dickens

    With A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens created a modern fairy tale and shaped our ideas of Christmas. The tale of the solitary miser Ebenezer Scrooge, who is taught the true meaning of the season by a series of ghostly visitors and given a second chance, was conjured up by Dickens during one of his London night walks, who “wept and laughed” as he composed it.

  20. The Communist Manifesto

    By Friedrich Engels, Karl Marx

    One of the most important and influential political theories ever formulated, The Communist Manifesto is a revolutionary summons to the working class-an incisive account of a new theory of communism that would be brought about by a proletarian revolution. Arguing that increasing exploitation of industrial workers will eventually lead to a rebellion in which capitalism will be overthrown, Marx and Engels propose a vision of a society without classes, private property, or a state.