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Summary ¾ Sinuhe egyptiläinen 102 Å [PDF] ✅ Sinuhe egyptiläinen By Mika Waltari – Horticulturetrader.co.uk The only Finnish novel adopted into a Hollywood film Mika Waltari's 1945 novel The Egyptian was turned into a DeLuxe Color epic film by 20th Century Fox in 1954 and was nominated for an academy award The only Finnish novel adopPhysician who tells the story in exile after Akhenaten's fall and death Apart from incidents in Egypt the novel charts Sinuhe's travels in then Egyptian dominated Syria in Mitanni Babylon Minoan Crete Mitanni and among the HittitesThe main character of the novel is named after a character in an ancient Egyptian text commonly known as The Story of Sinuhe The original story dates to a time long before that of Akhenaten texts are known from as early as the th DynastyMuch conc. A Captivating TaleIf you enjoy reading about Egypt during the 14th century you should find this a fascinating read For the most part I found it uite captivating and was totally immersed in the story especially the bond developing between the main character Sinuhe and his slave Kaptah Their story alone is well worth the read I did find some parts repetitive and lengthy which was to some extent disappointing But overall it was extremely well written with several strong characters throughout the book

Sinuhe egyptiläinenPhysician who tells the story in exile after Akhenaten's fall and death Apart from incidents in Egypt the novel charts Sinuhe's travels in then Egyptian dominated Syria in Mitanni Babylon Minoan Crete Mitanni and among the HittitesThe main character of the novel is named after a character in an ancient Egyptian text commonly known as The Story of Sinuhe The original story dates to a time long before that of Akhenaten texts are known from as early as the th DynastyMuch conc. A Captivating TaleIf you enjoy reading about Egypt during the 14th century you should find this a fascinating read For the most part I found it uite captivating and was totally immersed in the story especially the bond developing between the main character Sinuhe and his slave Kaptah Their story alone is well worth the read I did find some parts repetitive and lengthy which was to some extent disappointing But overall it was extremely well written with several strong characters throughout the book

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Sinuhe egyptiläinen Ì The only Finnish novel adopted into a Hollywood film Mika Waltari's novel The Egyptian was turned into a DeLuxe Color epic film by th Century Fox in and was nominated for an academy award a year later A s Bestseller and a Historic Novel All Time Favorite A historic novel all time favorite after its translation in English from Swedish The Egyptian topped the bestseller charts in and the years following The protagonist of the novel is the fictional character Sinuhe the royal. The Egyptian Sinuhe egyptiläinen #1–2 Mika WaltariThe Egyptian is a historical novel by Mika Waltari It was first published in Finnish in 1945 and in an abridged English translation by Naomi Walford in 1949 apparently from Swedish rather than Finnish So far it is the only Finnish novel to be adapted into a Hollywood film which it was in 1954 The Egyptian is the first and the most successful of Waltari's great historical novels It is set in Ancient Egypt mostly during the reign of Pharaoh Akhenaten of the 18th Dynasty whom some have claimed to be the first monotheistic ruler in the worldعنوانها سینوحه؛ سینوهه؛ سینوهه پزشک مخصوص فرعون؛ سینوهه کاهن اعظم مصر؛ سینوهه مصری؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش در ماه اکتبر سال 1998 میلادیعنوان سینوهه پزشک مخصوص فرعون، جلد دوم؛ نویسنده میکا ولتاری؛ مترجم و مولف ذبیح الله منصوری؛ تهران، زرین، 1366؛ در دو جلد؛ چاپ پنجاه و هشتم 1387؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان فنلاندی سده 20 مسینوهه، عنوان رمانی تاریخی، به قلم «میکا والتاری»، نویسنده ی فنلاندی ست، که براساس رخدادهای دوران فرعون «آخناتون»، نوشته شده است فیلمی هالیوودی نیز، براساس همین کتاب، در سال 1954 میلادی ساخته شده است کتاب در ایران، توسط جنابان آقایان ذبیح‌ الله منصوری، احمد بهپور، احمدسادات عقیلی، و محسن باطنی، به فارسی ترجمه شده است، گرچه سبک روانشاد ذبیح‌ الله منصوری ترجمه تألیف بوده است در مقدمه ی جناب دکتر احمد بهپور می‌خوانیم «در مورد اینکه سینوهه شخصیتی است واقعی، یا افسانه‌ ای، چیزی دانسته نشد، شاید او نیز همانند یل سیستان باشد؛ که فردوسی بزرگ، از ایشان رستم دستان را ساخته است»؛ جناب آقای محسن باطنی، به دلیل آشنایی با ریشه‌ های زبانهای اسپانیایی، ایتالیایی، انگلیسی، و ترکی استانبولی، برای ترجمه ی کتاب سینوهه، به پژوهش جامعی پرداخته، و متن بسیار کامل، و روانی را با ترجمه ی همزمان، از هر دو نسخه ی انگلیسی، و اسپانیایی، ارائه داده است همچنین تصاویری جذاب از متن، و نسخه اصلی همین کتاب، که به زبان هیروگلیف است، در متن ترجمه ی کتاب آورده است داستان، درباره ی شخصیتی است، که در هنگام تولد، او را در یک سبد دستباف گذاشته، و به رود نیل سپرده‌ اند؛ و خانواده‌ ای فقیر، او را یافته، و به فرزندی بزرگ می‌کنند سینوهه در ادامه، به مقام کاهنی، و پزشکی پزشک ویژه ی فرعون می‌رسد، و سفرهایی را به بابل، سوریه، و کناره ی دریای مدیترانه، می‌کند در طول سفر، با رخدادهای گوناگون، روبرو می‌شود در میانه‌ های داستان، او به هویت راستین پدر و مادرش، پی می‌برد یکی از ویژگی‌های بارز این کتاب، توصیف نحوه ی زندگی، و اوضاع اجتماعی کشورهای مصر، سوریه، بابل، هیتی، میتانی، در دوران آخناتون است؛ که در میان سال‌های 1351 تا سال 1334 پیش از زادروز حضرت مسیح، می‌زیسته است ا شربیانی Read ¸ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Æ Mika Waltari

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Mika Waltari Æ 2 Read Erned about the historical accuracy of his detailed description of ancient Egyptian life forced the author to carry out considerable research into the subject The result has been praised not only by readers but also by EgyptologistsWaltari had long been interested in Akhenaten and wrote a play about him which was staged in Helsinki in World War II provided the final impulse for exploring the subject in a novel which although depicting events that took place over years ago. A remarkable historical novel set in ancient Egypt mainly during the reign of the pharaoh Akhenaton who tried to bring monotheistic worship of Aton to Egypt His reign was marked by internal conflict and he and his descendants in the 18th dynasty were later denounced by Horemheb and their names were erased in the Egyptian records The worship of Aton is speculated to be a precursor of JudaismThe book is in the form of autobiography of Sinuhe a physician who rises to become an advisor and friend of pharaohs and kings His travels take him from Egypt to Syria Babylon Mitanni Hattusa and Crete at the end of Minoan civilization Albeit set in the 14th century Egypt the travels of Sinuhe paint a timeless human story in all its foibles and follies It reveals the brutal reality of human civilization where ultimately the strong oppress the weak and it is the poor who always sufferAkhenaton is portrayed as a utopian dreamer and visionary who is completely out of touch with the reality All his best intentions lead to death and disaster Sinuhe isn’t exactly a very likable character He often comes off as cowardly self centred and arrogant but also as one who tries to do good but only at the price of losing everythingThe novel is thoroughly researched and historically accurate for its time There are some inaccuracies like Tutankhamen was the son of Akhenaton and Rameses was not the son of Horemheb but I’m guessing these weren’t known at the time the book was written