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Bachtyar Ali – Wikipedia
Postmodernismmagic baxtjarliterary fiction. This page was last edited on 11 Novemberat Inhe published his first book, a poetry collection titled Gunah w Karnaval “Sin and the Carnival”; Kurdish: He could not have published most of his work before because of strict political censorship under Saddam.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Inhe received the Nelly-Sachs-Preis award, which is only given every other year. Ali finished his pre-university education in Slemani.
He is a Kurdish novelist and intellectual, a literary critic, essayist, and poet. This article is about the Kurdish writer. It contained several long poems, some which were written in the late s. He started to publish and hold seminars after the uprising against the Iraqi government, as the Kurds started to establish a de facto semi-autonomous region in parts of Iraqi Kurdistan and enjoy a degree of freedom of speech.
It was the alk time that the prize was awarded to someone who doesn’t write in a European language.
The same group in started publishing a philosophical journal, Azadi “Freedom”; Kurdish: His novels can baxtyag categorized as magic realism. Ali started out as a poet and essayist, but has established himself as an influential novelist from the mids.
For the Indonesian professor and ambassador, see Bachtiar Aly. The first Kurdish-language novel to be published in English, baxryar it was translated by London-based journalist and translator Kareem Abdulrahman. Retrieved from ” https: Views Read Edit View history. Along with several other writers of his generation—most notably Mariwan Wirya QaniRebin Hardi and Sherzad Hasan—he started a new intellectual movement in Kurdistan, mainly through holding seminars.