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دار النشر : مكتبة تكوين


عدد التقييمات 388 - عدد التعليقات 84
المؤلف : أرنولد بينيت
الناشر : منشورات تكوين

يقدم هذا الكتاب للقارئ خطة علاجية وتمريناً على القراءة الفعالة يمكن تطبيقها على الادب بشكل عام، وهو مرشد لشراء الكتب وتكوين مكتبة شاملة للادب الانجليزي. كما يمكن عده محاضرة لدق الاساس في مشروع لتشكيل الذائقة الادبية، فهو يقترح اعمالاً غاية في الابداع لكتاب لم يأخذوا مكانتهم من الاهتمام لدى القارئ الذي حولت مسار ذائقته الادبية كثرة الحديث عن ادباء بعينهم دون الالتفات الى اخرين لا يقلون عنهم ابداعاً ويمكن اعتماده لفهم كيفية قراءة النص الادبي بصورة مستندة على قيمته الابداعية لا الاخذ بنصائح الكتب الاكثر مبيعاً.
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عن المؤلف


Arnold Bennett

Enoch Arnold Bennett (always known as Arnold Bennett) was one of the most remarkable literary figures of his time, a product of the English Potteries that he made famous as the Five Towns. Yet he could hardly wait to escape his home town, and he did so by the sheer force of his ambition to succeed as an author. In his time he turned his hand to every kind of writing, but he will be remembered for Enoch Arnold Bennett (always known as Arnold Bennett) was one of the most remarkable literary figures of his time, a product of the English Potteries that he made famous as the Five Towns. Yet he could hardly wait to escape his home town, and he did so by the sheer force of his ambition to succeed as an author. In his time he turned his hand to every kind of writing, but he will be remembered for such novels as The Old Wives- Tale, the Clayhanger trilogy (Clayhanger, Hilda Lessways, and These Twain), and The Card. He also wrote such intriguing self-improvement books as Literary Taste, How To Live on 24 Hours a Day, The Human Machine, etc. ...اقرأ المزيد
عدد الصفحات 125
وزن الشحن 200 جرام
نوع المجلد Paperback
نوع المنتج كتاب
رقم التصنيف ‪ 905-TAKWEEN-0016
باركود 9789921723120
مجموعات التصنيف نوع - الآداب واللغات, كتب مختارة من دور النشر, كتب ومجلات أضيفت حديثا, الاداب - عام, الناشر - مكتبة تكوين
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القارئ S A R A H  
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. للقارىء المبتدىء كيف تمتلك تذوق أدبي ومهاره نقد للكتب، و ملكة لغوية؟ ما علاقة التذوق الأدبي بالشعر ؟هنا يكتب أرنولد عن الطرق التي تمكّن الشخص من أن يصبح قارئا نهما ومتمكنا من أختيار كتبه بعناية وتكوين مكتبته الشخصية."ادب انقليزي"‏١٢٥ص للقارىء المبتدىء كيف تمتلك تذوق أدبي ومهاره نقد للكتب، و ملكة لغوية؟ ما علاقة التذوق الأدبي بالشعر ؟هنا يكتب أرنولد عن الطرق التي تمكّن الشخص من أن يصبح قارئا نهما ومتمكنا من أختيار كتبه بعناية وتكوين مكتبته الشخصية."ادب انقليزي"‏١٢٥ص

القارئ قسمت خالد  
كتاب حلو وأعتقد كل قارئ لازم يقراه

القارئ Jose Martin C.G.  
Largely outdated in the references it makes, and in its language (though it – the language – is yet energetic and pleasing), the book is still a pleasing read, especially if you are the sort that finds intense pleasure in reading and is naturally attracted to anything about the subject of reading itself. The last chapter (XIV, Mental Stocktaking) is probably the best and the most likely to be the most useful – it lays out what one ought to achieve from devotion to literature and indicates how to Largely outdated in the references it makes, and in its language (though it – the language – is yet energetic and pleasing), the book is still a pleasing read, especially if you are the sort that finds intense pleasure in reading and is naturally attracted to anything about the subject of reading itself. The last chapter (XIV, Mental Stocktaking) is probably the best and the most likely to be the most useful – it lays out what one ought to achieve from devotion to literature and indicates how to read literature so that one-s life is actually, really, improved and enriched by it. I found Chapter IX, Verse also deeply inspiring (it kind of made me -urgently desirous of reading some poetry before [my] next meal- – to use Bennett-s own turn of phrase in another of his little gems, How to Live on 24 Hours a Day), as it could be to anyone to whom poetry is unpalatable and who dearly wished it weren-t so.Read it also to savour the charm of the English of the late Victorian era (or the Edwardian era, I don-t know – the book was first published in 1909).

القارئ Travis Standley  
This short book was referred to me by a trusted and thoughtful friend. I found this book a good mirror into why I’m not yet a “well-read” man in the realms of classic literature and all the topics, genres, authors there are to explore here. This author defines a classic, discusses the non-distinction between ideas and style. The style in which the idea is communicated is, indeed, the essence of the idea, the need we have for intentional plans and reading goals, and the charge to meditate and ref This short book was referred to me by a trusted and thoughtful friend. I found this book a good mirror into why I’m not yet a “well-read” man in the realms of classic literature and all the topics, genres, authors there are to explore here. This author defines a classic, discusses the non-distinction between ideas and style. The style in which the idea is communicated is, indeed, the essence of the idea, the need we have for intentional plans and reading goals, and the charge to meditate and reflect upon what we read just as much as we read so that our reading can truly be a transformational activity. Enjoy!

القارئ Hanan Sabt  
جيد، فيه بعض النصائح التي يمكن إسقاطها على القارئ العربي لكن في معظمه يتحدث عن الأدب الإنجليزي وكلاسيكياته.

القارئ Nullifidian  
Bennett is delightfully opinionated, but his opinions are founded on good sense. His chief issue is that literature is treated all too often as an adjunct to life that is to be pursued after the "serious business" is taken care of, while he tries with unremitting effort to drive home the point that literature is part of the serious business of life and an indispensable core element of a life well-lived. Not everyone will be in sympathy with his view, and even fewer will heed his call, but I for Bennett is delightfully opinionated, but his opinions are founded on good sense. His chief issue is that literature is treated all too often as an adjunct to life that is to be pursued after the "serious business" is taken care of, while he tries with unremitting effort to drive home the point that literature is part of the serious business of life and an indispensable core element of a life well-lived. Not everyone will be in sympathy with his view, and even fewer will heed his call, but I for one found it very energizing, especially considering I-m currently undertaking three reading projects to do with English literature: a year-long Shakespeare project, a Christopher Marlowe project from April to October, and a year-long Dickens project.


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