Wine, Paperback Book, By: Enam Kja Je
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Three characters, two women and a man, but including her voice and her own story, meet in a novel in which love combines with music, poetry with espionage, the crown of kings Abdul Majeed, the freelance journalist and owner of Al-Rehab magazine, which was sponsored by Nuri Al-Saeed in the forties of Baghdad.
Mansour Al-Badi, her Palestinian colleague in Radio Karachi who immigrated to Venezuela and became an advisor to its president Hugo Chavez, and Widyan Al-Mallah, a violinist in the Iraqi Symphony Orchestra, whose ears are heavy with deafness, was punished for rebelling against the "master's" whims.
Salve Following a precedent, the wine spins the threads of facts with the spindle of imagination, when human destinies are diverted from their natural paths, passing through eighty years of the history of a tortured and tormented country.
One cloudy morning in the early forty-nine, and from Karachi’s Arabic-speaking radio, Taji Abdul Majeed broadcast the news of the execution of the Iraqi communist Salman Yusuf, known as Fahd. A gallows, she pecked her tears after the microphone went out, wiped her before leaving the studio, affected by the suspicion and suspicions of her, she went to the sink and soaped her hands several times from blood that is not visible to the naked eye.
- Books Author: Enam Kja Je
- Number Of Pages: 325
- Language: Arabic
- Publisher: Dar El-Gded
- Books Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
- Book Format: Paperback
- Books_ISBN: 9789953111353
- Other Feature 1: Edition: 1
- Publication Date: March 20, 2019