سینوهه، پزشک مخصوص فرعون نوشته میکا والتاری – The Egyptian by Mika Waltari

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سینوهه، یک رمان تاریخی-زندگی نامه ای به قلم میکا والتاری نویسندهٔ فنلاندی است که درباره وقایع دوران سلطنت آخناتون نوشته شده‌است. قهرمان داستان رمان شخصیت خیالی سینوهه، پزشک سلطنتی است که داستان تبعید، پس از سقوط و مرگ آخناتون، را روایت می کند. این رمان سفرهای سینوهه، در سوریه تحت سلطه مصر در آن زمان (شام) ، در میتانی ، بابل ، مینوسی‌ها و هیتی ها را ترسیم می کند.

نسخه انگلیسی کتاب سینوهه پزشک مخصوص فرعون نوشته میکا والتاری 

The Egyptian by Mika Waltari 

نویسنده:

میکا والتاری    Mika Waltari 

ترجنه از فنلاندی به انگلیسی:

نائومی والفورد        Naomi Walford

انتشارات:

جی. پی پاتنام سانز       G. P. Putnam

تاریخ انتشار اول:

۱۹۴۵


معرفی و دانلود کتاب سینوهه پزشک فرعون به انگلیسی-The Egyptian


معرفی نسخه انگلیسی کتاب سینوهه پزشک مخصوص فرعون میکا والتاری:

قهرمان داستان رمان شخصیت خیالی سینوهه، پزشک سلطنتی است که داستان تبعید، پس از سقوط و مرگ آخناتون، را روایت می کند. این رمان سفرهای سینوهه، در سوریه تحت سلطه مصر در آن زمان (شام) ، در میتانی ، بابل ، مینوسی‌ها و هیتی ها را ترسیم می کند.

شخصیت اصلی رمان، به دلیل حضور در مصر باستان ، مصری (The Egyptian) نامگذاری شده که معمولاً با نام سینوهه شناخته می شود. داستان اصلی به زمانی بسیار قبل از داستان آخناتون، یعنی از اوایل سلسله دوازدهم مربوط می شود.

از شخصیت های تاریخی مکمل در این رمان، می توان به فرعون پیر آمنهوتپ سوم و همسر محبوب او ، بانو تی ، نفرتیتی (همسر آخناتون) و توتانخامون جوان اشاره کرد.

دیگر شخصیتهای تاریخی عبارتند از: آزیرو (حاکم پادشاهی آمورو)، توتمس (مجسمه ساز) ، برنا-بوریاش دوم (پادشاه بابل) و زنانزا که قهرمان داستان با آنها رابطه مستقیم دارد.

سینوهه ، مردی با ریشه های مرموز که از اعماق نابودی ها برخاسته و به عنوان پزشک شخصی فرعون آخناتون درآمد.

 

توضیحات نسخه انگلیسی کتاب سینوهه نوشته میکا والتاری:

The Egyptian by Mika Waltari (Sinuhe egyptiläinen #1–۲)

 

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 a year later.

A 1940s #1 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 1949 and the years following.

The protagonist of the novel is the fictional character Sinuhe, the royal physician, 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 Hittites.

The 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 12th Dynasty.

Much concerned 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 Egyptologists.

Waltari had long been interested in Akhenaten and wrote a play about him which was staged in Helsinki in 1938. World War II provided the final impulse for exploring the subject in a novel which, although depicting events that took place over 3,300 years ago

جملاتی از کتاب سینوهه پزشک فرعون به انگلیسی نوشته میکا والتاری:

The Egyptian Quotes

“Even were the time to come when there would be neither poor nor rich, yet there will always be wise and stupid, sly and simple, for so there have ever been and ever will be. The strong man sets his foot on the neck of the weakling; the cunning man runs off with the simpleton’s purse and sets the dunce to work for him. Man is a crooked dealer and even his virtue is imperfect. Only he who lies down never to rise again is wholly good.”

از کتاب سینوهه پزشک مخصوص فرعون به انگلیسی


“I, SINUHE, the son of Senmut and of his wife Kipa, write this. I do not write it to the glory of the gods in the land of Kem, for I am weary of gods, nor to the glory of the Pharaohs, for I am weary of their deeds. I write neither from fear nor from any hope of the future but for myself alone. During my life I have seen, known, and lost too much to be the prey of vain dread; and, as for the hope of immortality, I am as weary of that as I am of gods and kings. For my own sake only I write this; and herein I differ from all other writers, past and to come.”

سینوهه پزشک مخصوص فرعون به انگلیسی


“Sinuhe, my friend, we have been born into strange times. Everything is melting – changing its shape – like clay on a potter’s wheel. Dress is changing, words, customs are changing, and people no longer believe in the gods – though they may fear them. Sinuhe, my friend, perhaps we were born to see the sunset of the world, for the world is already old, and twelve hundred years have passed since the building of the pyramids. When I think of this, I want to bury my head in my hands and cry like a child.”

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“So foolish is the heart of man that he ever puts his hope in the future, learning nothing from his past errors and fancying that tomorrow must be better than today.”


“For I, Sinuhe, am a human being. I have lived in everyone who existed before me and shall live in all who come after me. I shall live in human tears and laughter, in human sorrow and fear, in human goodness and wickedness, in justice and injustice, in weakness and strength. As a human being I shall live eternally in mankind. I desire no offerings at my tomb and no immortality for my name. This was written by Sinuhe, the Egyptian, who lived alone all the days of his life.”
 از کتاب سینوهه پزشک فرعون به انگلیسی

“He who once drunk of Nile water will forever yearn to be by the Nile again.”


 

“My spirit welled up in its joy because I asked myself “why?” The dread key to all true knowledge is “why?”

 دانلود نسخه انگلیسی کتاب سینوهه


“Turn, O you years_roll again, you vanished years_sail, Ammon, from west to east across the heavens and bring again my youth! Not one word of it will I alter, not my least action will I amend. O brittle pen, smooth papyrus, give me back my folly and my youth!”


“…her eyes green as the Nile’s water in the heat of summer.”

― The Egyptian by Mika Waltari


“A woman will always accept such talk, however false she knows it to be. The older and uglier she is the more readily will she do so, because she desires to believe it”


“She shook a slim finger before my face, and her eyes laughed as she said, “And remember to beware of women whose loins burn worse than fire!”

از کتاب سینوهه پزشک فرعون به انگلیسی


“With the approach of age the soul flies like a bird back to the days of childhood. Now those days shine bright and clear in my memory until it seems as if everything then must have been better, lovelier than in the world of today. In this rich and poor do not differ, for there is surely none so destitute but his childhood shows some glint of happiness when he remembers it in age.”


“There is no difference between one man and another, for all are born naked into the world. A man cannot be measured by the colour of his skin, or by his speech, or by his clothes and jewels, but only by his heart. A good man is better than a bad man, and justice is better than injustice–and that is all I know.”

از نسخه انگلیسی کتاب سینوهه پزشک مخصوص فرعون


“The seamen lowered a jar and brought up in it water that was not salt; it was Nile water and tasted of the mud of Egypt. No wine ever tasted so delectable to me as this muddy water, hauled up so far from land.
Kaptah said, “Water is always water, even in the Nile. Have patience, lord, until we find an honest tavern where the beer is clear and foaming, so that a man need not suck it through a straw to avoid the husks of grain. Then and then only shall I know that I am home.”
His godless talk jarred on me, and I said, “Once a slave always a slave, even when he is robed in fine wool. Have patience, Kaptah, until I find a flexible cane—such a one as can be cut only in the reed swamps of the Nile—and then, indeed, you shall know that you are home.”
He was not offended, but his eyes filled with tears, his chin quivered, and he bowed before me, stretching forth his hands at knee level.
“Truly, lord, you have the gift of hitting upon the right word at the right moment, for I had already forgotten how sweet is the caress of a slender cane on the legs and backside. Ah, my lord Sinuhe, it is an experience that I wish that you also might share. Better than water or beer, better than incense, better than wild duck among the reeds—more eloquently than these does it speak of life in Egypt, where each fills his proper place and nothing changes. Do not wonder if in my emotion I weep, for only now do I feel that I am coming home after seeing much that is alien and perplexing and contemptible. O blessed cane that sets each in his proper place and resolves all problems, there is none like you!”

“…it is not your words that persuade me. They are as the tedious buzzing of flies in my ear.”
 
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