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God's Little Acre is a 1933 novel by Erskine Caldwell about a dysfunctional farming family in Georgia obsessed with sex and wealth. The novel's sexual themes were so controversial that the New York Society for the Suppression of Vice asked a New York state court to censor it. Although controversial, the novel became an international best seller with over 10 million copies sold, and was published as an Armed Services Edition during WWII. God's Little Acre is Caldwell's most popular novel, although his reputation is often tied to his 1932 novel Tobacco Road, which was listed in the Modern Library 100 Best Novels. God's Little Acre was later adapted as a 1958 film starring Robert Ryan.

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  • أرض الله الصغيرة (بالإنجليزية: God's Little Acre)‏ رواية شهيرة ألفها الكاتب الأمريكي إرسكين كالدويل عام 1933 عن مزراعي التبغ في ولاية جورجيا الأمريكية. ترجمت الرواية إلى العربية. كانت الرواية مثيرة للجدل فحاولت بعض الجهات الأدبية في نيويورك منعها، واعتقل كالدويل وقدم للمحاكمة إثرها. أصدرت هيئة المحلفين حكماً ببرائته فأفرج عنه. تتحدث الرواية عن العمال في مصانع النسيج في جنوب الولايات المتحدة (ولاية كارولينا الشمالية) وتظهر حرمان هؤلاء العمال من الانضمام لاتحاد عمالي. (ar)
  • God's Little Acre is a 1933 novel by Erskine Caldwell about a dysfunctional farming family in Georgia obsessed with sex and wealth. The novel's sexual themes were so controversial that the New York Society for the Suppression of Vice asked a New York state court to censor it. Although controversial, the novel became an international best seller with over 10 million copies sold, and was published as an Armed Services Edition during WWII. God's Little Acre is Caldwell's most popular novel, although his reputation is often tied to his 1932 novel Tobacco Road, which was listed in the Modern Library 100 Best Novels. God's Little Acre was later adapted as a 1958 film starring Robert Ryan. (en)
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  • 813/.52 20
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  • PS3505.A322 G6 1995
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  • 30624122
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  • First edition (en)
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  • PS3505.A322 G6 1995 (en)
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  • أرض الله الصغيرة (بالإنجليزية: God's Little Acre)‏ رواية شهيرة ألفها الكاتب الأمريكي إرسكين كالدويل عام 1933 عن مزراعي التبغ في ولاية جورجيا الأمريكية. ترجمت الرواية إلى العربية. كانت الرواية مثيرة للجدل فحاولت بعض الجهات الأدبية في نيويورك منعها، واعتقل كالدويل وقدم للمحاكمة إثرها. أصدرت هيئة المحلفين حكماً ببرائته فأفرج عنه. تتحدث الرواية عن العمال في مصانع النسيج في جنوب الولايات المتحدة (ولاية كارولينا الشمالية) وتظهر حرمان هؤلاء العمال من الانضمام لاتحاد عمالي. (ar)
  • God's Little Acre is a 1933 novel by Erskine Caldwell about a dysfunctional farming family in Georgia obsessed with sex and wealth. The novel's sexual themes were so controversial that the New York Society for the Suppression of Vice asked a New York state court to censor it. Although controversial, the novel became an international best seller with over 10 million copies sold, and was published as an Armed Services Edition during WWII. God's Little Acre is Caldwell's most popular novel, although his reputation is often tied to his 1932 novel Tobacco Road, which was listed in the Modern Library 100 Best Novels. God's Little Acre was later adapted as a 1958 film starring Robert Ryan. (en)
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  • أرض الله الصغيرة (رواية) (ar)
  • God's Little Acre (en)
  • 신의 작은 토지 (ko)
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