Shafīq Maqār

egyptian writer


Non-Fiction

الاغتـراب في عالم ألبيــر كــامي (‘Alienation in Albert Camus’) Cairo, 1970.

العبـث في عــالم ألبيــر كــامي(‘The Absurd in Camus’  ‘L’etranger) Cairo,1971.

التمرّد عبـر تصوّفجنسيّ في كتبات ديفيد هربرت لورنس(Rebellion via a ‘Mysticism’ of Sex in D. H. Lawrence’s Writings) Cairo, 1971.

الغنائيـّة والتمرّد في شعتر برسي شلـي(‘Lyricism and Rebellion  in Shelley’s Poetry”) broadcast by the Second Programme Cairo, 1971

رينيـه شــار، غرّيد الحريــّة (‘René Char, Freedom Songster’) broadcast by the Second Programme Cairo, 1971, published in Kuwait, 1972.

أراجـون يقــولAragon Parle,” broadcast by the Second Programme Cairo, 1971, published in Kuwait 1973.

ويليم وردزورث (On William Wordsworth) a number of literary studies on the poet, broadcast by the Second Programme, Radio Cairo, 1971, published in Cairo, 1971, in Kuwait, 1973, broadcast by the BBC 1971 and published in London, 1981.

قضيـة الإيمان بين كيرجارده ونيتشـه(“To be an ‘Authentic’ or Aspiring Unbeliever: Modern Thought between Kierkegaard and Nietzsche’) the Second Programme, Cairo, 1972.

ويليـم بليـك(On William Blake) a number of studies on the poet, broadcast by the Second Programme, Radio Cairo, 1972 and published in Kuwait, 1973.

لقاء متخيـّل مع بـكـت (‘Imagined Rencounter with Beckett’) a critical study of Beckett’s views on man and his world in radio-drama form: Broadcast by the Second Programme, Cairo, on various dates, starting from 1972. The script included in the material of Book (9) “Studies in Modern European Literature.”

ألجرنون سوينبرن (On Algernon Swinburne) broadcast by the Second Programme, Cairo, 1972 and published in Kuwait, 1974.

فاوست حليف الشيطان (‘Faust and the Devil’s Embrace’) broadcast by the Second Programme, Cairo, 1972 and published in Kuwait, 1974.

ويليم بليـك، الشاعر كأليف للملائكة والشياطين (‘William Blake, the Poet as Familiar of Demons and Angels”) broadcast by the BBC, 1980 and published in London, 1981.

صــدع في الصــرح(‘A Crack in the Megalith: Dissidence in the Soviet Union’) articles on Solzhenitsyn’s conflict with the Soviet Union serialized in ‘Beirut 1974:

هكـذا تكـلـّم سولجنتسين (‘Thus Spake Solzhenitsyn’)al-Adab,’ July 1974.

عــود إلى سولجنتسين (‘Yet Again, Solzhenitsyn’)al-Adab, ’August, 1974.

سولجنتسين: وبعدنــا الطوفــان ” “ (‘Solzhenitsyn: après nous, le déluge!’) September, 1974.

خيـارات سولجنتسين في منازلته مع النظام السوفييتي (Solzhenitsyn’s Options in his Tussle with the Soviet System) broadcast by the BBC and published in London.

Graham Greene, Walking on the Dangerous Outer Edge of Things, celebrating Greene’s 75th Birthday.

Thomas Hardy, the Poet-Novelist as Professional Pessimist.

George Eliot: Epitome of Middle Class Smugness.

Jane Austen, a Placid but Deep River.

Walter Scott, a Panoramic View of History Skating on Very Thin Canvas


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