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تبدأ تلك القصة برجل فقير يعيش فى قرية صغيرة؛ وكان يعمل
بالأجر ليقتات هو وزوجته وأبناؤه، فلقد رزقهم الله بولدين صالحين
دفع بهما إلى التعليم حتى يتخلص من ذل العمل عند أغنياء القرية،
وكان قد تخير لولديه اسمين جميلين فسمى ابنه الأكبر إبراهيم
والأصغر سالم، وكان حب الرجل للحياة يزداد بنجاح ولديه.

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 José de Sousa Saramago

_The Noble Prize winning José de Sousa Saramago was born in Azinhaga, Portugal on November 16, 1922 Saramago grew up under difficult circumstances in Lisbon. He supported himself by working as a mechanic and metal worker before obtaining a job at a publishing company leading to becoming a translator and journalist

He was a Portuguese journalist, translator, novelist, playwright and poet . More than two million copies of Saramago's books have been sold in Portugal alone and his work has been translated into 25 languages he was an editor of a newspaper during 1974 to 1975 and also a member of the Portuguese Communist Party in 1969

Saramago was criticized by institutions such as the Catholic Church, the European _Union and the International Monetary Fund, with whom he disagreed on various issues

Saramago’s literary career saw the publishing of many poems, libretti, short stories, plays, novels, travelogues and diaries. His first novel, Manuel De Pintura e Caligrafia was published in 1977. In 1980, he published Levantado Do Chao followed by Viagem a Portugal in 1981. His best known novel, Memorial do convent, released in 1982 is the story of a handicapped war veteran and his lover who use a flying machine powered by human will to flee their difficult state of affairs set against the 18th century backdrop of Portugal. Among Saramago’s other noted works are O ano da morte de Ricardo Reis (1984), A jangada de pedra (1986, also filmed... إقرا المزيد