Bachtyar Ali Muhammed, also spelled as Bakhtiyar Ali or Bakhtyar Ali (Kurdish: Bextyar Elî -بەختیار عەلی), was born in the city of Slemani in Iraqi Kurdistan in 1960. He is a Kurdish novelist and intellectual. He is also a prolific literary critic, essayist and poet. Ali started out as a poet and essayist, but has established himself as an influential novelist from the mid-1990s. He has published six novels, several poetry collections as well as essay books. He has been living in Germany since the mid-1990s (Frankfurt, Cologne and most recently Bonn). In his academic essays, he has dealt with various subjects, such as the 1988 Saddam-era Anfal genocide campaign, the relationship between the power and intellectuals and other philosophical issues. He often employs western philosophical conce

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  • بختيار علي محمد هو روائي وصحفي وكاتب مقالات و ناقد أدبي وشاعر كردي عراقي ولد في سنة 1960 في مدينة السليمانية في العراق، هاجر في عقد 1990 إلى ألمانيا وإستقر في مدينة بون، أصدر 6 روايات (رمانة الدنياالأخيرة، موت الوحيد الثانى، مساء الفراشة، مدينة الموسيقيون البيضاء، شاعر الغزل و حدائق الخيال، غيوم دانيال، قصر الطيور الحزينة، سفينةالملائكات) و ثلاثة مجموعات شعرية (حتى مأتم الورد حتى دم الملائكة، الإشتغال فى أدغال الفردوس، يا مرفأ الصديق أيا سفينة العدو) وأشتهرت أعماله عن محاكاة الوضع السياسي الكردي في العراق وعن قضية حملة تهجير الأنفال بالخصوص. (ar)
  • Bachtyar Ali Muhammed, also spelled as Bakhtiyar Ali or Bakhtyar Ali (Kurdish: Bextyar Elî -بەختیار عەلی), was born in the city of Slemani in Iraqi Kurdistan in 1960. He is a Kurdish novelist and intellectual. He is also a prolific literary critic, essayist and poet. Ali started out as a poet and essayist, but has established himself as an influential novelist from the mid-1990s. He has published six novels, several poetry collections as well as essay books. He has been living in Germany since the mid-1990s (Frankfurt, Cologne and most recently Bonn). In his academic essays, he has dealt with various subjects, such as the 1988 Saddam-era Anfal genocide campaign, the relationship between the power and intellectuals and other philosophical issues. He often employs western philosophical concepts to interpret an issue in Kurdish society, but often modifies or adapts them to his context. (en)
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  • بختيار علي محمد هو روائي وصحفي وكاتب مقالات و ناقد أدبي وشاعر كردي عراقي ولد في سنة 1960 في مدينة السليمانية في العراق، هاجر في عقد 1990 إلى ألمانيا وإستقر في مدينة بون، أصدر 6 روايات (رمانة الدنياالأخيرة، موت الوحيد الثانى، مساء الفراشة، مدينة الموسيقيون البيضاء، شاعر الغزل و حدائق الخيال، غيوم دانيال، قصر الطيور الحزينة، سفينةالملائكات) و ثلاثة مجموعات شعرية (حتى مأتم الورد حتى دم الملائكة، الإشتغال فى أدغال الفردوس، يا مرفأ الصديق أيا سفينة العدو) وأشتهرت أعماله عن محاكاة الوضع السياسي الكردي في العراق وعن قضية حملة تهجير الأنفال بالخصوص. (ar)
  • Bachtyar Ali Muhammed, also spelled as Bakhtiyar Ali or Bakhtyar Ali (Kurdish: Bextyar Elî -بەختیار عەلی), was born in the city of Slemani in Iraqi Kurdistan in 1960. He is a Kurdish novelist and intellectual. He is also a prolific literary critic, essayist and poet. Ali started out as a poet and essayist, but has established himself as an influential novelist from the mid-1990s. He has published six novels, several poetry collections as well as essay books. He has been living in Germany since the mid-1990s (Frankfurt, Cologne and most recently Bonn). In his academic essays, he has dealt with various subjects, such as the 1988 Saddam-era Anfal genocide campaign, the relationship between the power and intellectuals and other philosophical issues. He often employs western philosophical conce (en)
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