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An unusual novel which Dr. Dahesh had composed in less than 24 hours spread over 12 days (from the third to the fourteenth of January 1946).
The hero, a Dinar(a golden coin), by virtue of its transference from one hand to another roams several countries for almost a century. It wanders into cities, villages, palaces, cottages, monasteries, nighclubs; it travels in the air and dives to the bottom of the seas; it accompanies good and bad people, kings and commons; it listens to animals and witnesses two national liberation movements in India and England as well as two World Wars and later a third World War! Above all, it records its observations with the genius of a spellbinding storyteller and renders its judgments with the wisdom of a philosopher.
The book is a summary statement of the views of the author regarding society and its corruption, clergymen, politics, human rights, courts of justice, money, love, psychology of wars, art and literature. Underlying his harsh critical attitude is the author’s deep desire for reform.

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An unusual novel which Dr. Dahesh had composed in less than 24 hours spread over 12 days (from the third to the fourteenth of January 1946).
The hero, a Dinar(a golden coin), by virtue of its transference from one hand to another roams several countries for almost a century. It wanders into cities, villages, palaces, cottages, monasteries, nighclubs; it travels in the air and dives to the bottom of the seas; it accompanies good and bad people, kings and commons; it listens to animals and witnesses two national liberation movements in India and England as well as two World Wars and later a third World War! Above all, it records its observations with the genius of a spellbinding storyteller and renders its judgments with the wisdom of a philosopher.
The book is a summary statement of the views of the author regarding society and its corruption, clergymen, politics, human rights, courts of justice, money, love, psychology of wars, art and literature. Underlying his harsh critical attitude is the author’s deep desire for reform.

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Alternate Name Muzakkarat Dinar (al-Tab'ah al-Thaniyah)
Author Dr. Dahesh
Publisher The Daheshist Publishing CO., LTD
Year 1986
Edition No. 2nd
Cover type Hardcover
Pages 464
Size 17x24 cm
ISBN 0-935359-01-x

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