ብዛዕባ መጻሕፍተይ ገለ ንኽብል ምስ ተሓተትኩ መከላኸሊ ሕቶታት ዋልታይ ገይረ ኩናት ጥያቐታት እንዳወርወርኩ ንቕልዓት ሓቂ ከደናጒ ዳርጋ ወሲነ ነይረ። ንኣብነት እንታይ ብዛዕባ መጽሓፈይ እዩ ተደልዩ ዘሎ ክብል ምኽኣልኩ።
Prof. Meaza Haile
መጀመርያ ነዳለውቲ ምስጋናይ የቕርብ። ቀጺለው'ን ዝብሎ ኣነ ስነጥበብ ኣንታይ እዩ ኢለ ከይተምራመርኩ እዚ ዝስዕብ እዩ:
And Other Selected Literary and Cultural Essays by
By Ghirmai Negash
Chapter 6 tells how the novel Deqwan Tebereh, by Eritrea’s foremost, contemporary writer Beyene Haile, sees the role of the intellectual and the artist in the construction of a postcolonial African nation and society.
An author in search of a character: commentary on 'Is He Mad?' by Beyene Haile (Pages 169-206)
A horn is an instrument either for protection or destruction.
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ሰላም! ደሓን’ዶ ኣምሲኻትኩም? ምናልባት ብዙሓት ካባኻትኩም ንሓንቲ መጽሓፍሲ ክንድ’ዚ ዝብዝሖም ሰባት በብተራ ኣብ መድረኽ እናቐረቡ ክግምግሙዋ:...
◦ Deqwan Tebereh, (A Review by Ghirmai Negash)
Forty years have already passed since Beyene Haile wrote his first novel. As extensively discussed elsewhere by the present reviewer, his first novel, Abidu’do Teblewo? (1965), differs from conventional Tigrinya writing, at least, in three fundamental ways.
Great novel in a "Small" Language
By Ghirmai Negash
Research in African Literatures.
Representations of the African Intellectual in the Eritrean Novel Tebereh's Shop.
Exhibition of Beyene's Paintings - Asmara, June 2013: Speech delivered by Isaias Beyene Tedla at the opening of the exhibition.
ዝኸበርኩምን ዝኸበርክንን ዕዱማትን ስድራ-ቤት በየነ ሃይለን፣ ዕድሜና ኣኽቢርኩም ኣብ’ዚ ብምርካብኩም እናኣመስገና፣ እንቋዕ ብደሓን መጻእኩም ንብል።
There may be a need to look back…
Ever since my childhood, I have befriended spots and colours in order to capture the fleeting forms of feelings and ideas – and armed with raw optimism, here I am still searching for beauty. Up until now, there is not a single colour that I do not spill or a blotch I do not toy with so that I can show the nature of my ideas and feelings.
Beyene Haile - Author, Poet, Painter, Playwright, Thinker, Educator [1941-2012]
(Tributary Exhibition June 25-29, 2013)
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By Teklehaimanot Yemane
Eritrean Profile, Saturday, 29th of June, 2013
Most probably the first time to open my eyes could be the moment I was delivered from the womb of my mother. Irrespective of the level of perception acquired from my sense of sight, it is obvious that I had seen many new things for that new being, me, by that very occasion.
ቁሩብንድሕሪት ቁልሕ ምባል ይድለ ይኸውን!
ካብ ቁልዕነተይ ምስ ነቑጣታትን ሕብርታትን እንዳተዛተኹ ናይ ሃደምቲ ስምዒታትን ሓሳባትን ቅርጽታት ንምምራኽ ብትስፉው ግርህና ገና ጽባቐ ኣብ ምንዳይ ኣለኹ፣ እዚ ተግባር’ዚ ሓይሊ መንኮራኹር ናብራይ ኮይኑ ይቕጽል ስለዘሎ ዘይምነው ሂወት ይህበኒ፣
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Beyene Haile: Works of art in general and literature in particular (being the subject of the major part of our discussion) is the quintessence of our being. Not only is it the sum total of our experiences and beliefs, it is the outcome of our future yearnings as well as the picture of the inner forces that trigger us to go for our wishes.
By Tej N.Dhar
Beyene Haile was born in Asmara in 1941. After graduating from the American University of Beirut in 1963 in public administration and political science, he went on to get advanced training in these areas in Italy, Senegal, and Swaziland. Till 1992, he worked in Addis as a training ad management consultant in various private and public institutions, government ministries, and international organizations.
By Hidri magazine
Q: How would you describe yourself if people were to ask you tell your true identity?
I find this hard to answer because now, as ever before, I am still on the way to discover my true self. Sometimes, I have not stopped wondering if a glance at my quest could throw light on my identity.