Crescent House Publishing in Cairo vests novel new Iraqi known writer Mahmoud Saeed, carried the title: “I the one who saw” and on the cover of the book publisher wrote the novel: There are few novels that tell the writer’s experience was the worst kinds of torture and humiliation, but a humanitarian and practices. This novel is one of this kind, where the author recounted his experience with the intelligence in the days of Saddam Hussein’s brutal tactics in flagrant violation of the symptoms and the laws, the violation of everything the pretext of protecting the system. And this is a novel, as the publisher, its credibility in that it was written in that time, escaped, suffered what has been recorded in the language of the narrator’s literary transparent, collected between classical rhetoric and the Iraqi People, to give us this excellent literary work, Ksrkp protest and anger, not only against the certain time, but against all the forces of oppression and domination in the Arab world, where we discover how the violation of everything for the preservation of the dictator, the only chair, through the narrator, who saw everything and he tells us of the suffering!
And novelist Mahmoud al-Said was born in the city of Mosul in 1939 and was the first publication of its story in 1957 which subsequently published his famous work (Rue Ben Barka) in 1993, a novel which won a number of awards after it was banned from publication at the time Baghdad was also the recipient of his story (the end of the day) 1996 Club Award for the story in Egypt .. And translated some of Mahmoud Said’s work to the European languages .. He currently resides in the United States.
is the view, the novel of Mahmoud Saeed
Publisher: stories Crescent, Egypt, No. 692, dated August 2006
Number of pages: 266 medium-size pages.