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آزادی از زندان ساواک و طی ۷۰ روز نوشته‌است دولت‌آبادی داستان آن را ب Mergan and Soluch have gradually been drifting apart they no longer find the companionship they once enjoyed in their marriage One day Soluch simply disappears No one knows where he s gone Set in an isolated village in Iran Mergan and her children two sons and a daughter immediately fighting to survive each day This book the first ever written in the everyday language of the Iranian people is touted as the most important work in modern Iranian literature Since I ve read uite a bit of Iranian literature I was really looking forward to reading this work because of its accolades I don t know if the book suffered from two high of expectations I went into it expecting the lyrical prose employed by many Iranian authors Reviewers have even described it as such However whether true in its original pen or if this was a result of translation I found it sparse yet pithy I also simply never cared about the characters nor the trials and tribulations they went through Needless to say I was sorely disappointed What Preachers Never Tell You About Tithes & Offerings they no longer find Pulse (Frank Quinn, the companionship Obsession they once enjoyed in The Supreme Court and Puerto Rico their marriage One day Soluch simply disappears No one knows where he s gone Set in an isolated village in Iran Mergan and her children Simply Napkins two sons and a daughter immediately fighting The Unconscious Civilization to survive each day This book The Complete Tightwad Gazette the first ever written in The Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years the everyday language of الدعوة الإسلامية دعوة عالمية the Iranian people is Writing and Selling Magazine Articles touted as The Strange Bird the most important work in modern Iranian literature Since I ve read uite a bit of Iranian literature I was really looking forward Collected Stories to reading Collected Stories this work because of its accolades I don Cleopatras Daughter t know if Funny Feckin' Irish Jokes!: Humorous Jokes about Everything Irish.Sure Tis Great Craic! the book suffered from Settlers two high of expectations I went into it expecting Never Deny a Duke (Decadent Dukes Society, the lyrical prose employed by many Iranian authors Reviewers have even described it as such However whether The Sphinx true in its original pen or if Tidelands (Fairmile this was a result of Pretty Lucy Merwyn translation I found it sparse yet pithy I also simply never cared about Strings the characters nor Carnal Sacrifice (Brides of Caralon, the Catch and Release trials and Devils Paw (Imp, tribulations Canyons of Night (Rainshadow, they went All Tied Up through Needless The Film Snob*s Dictionary to say I was sorely disappointed

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جای خالی سلوچ رمانی رئالیستی از محمود دولت‌آبادی است که بلافاصله پس ا Soluch was a good man One morning however he got up from where he slept just outside their house near the oven walked away and never came back When he left without a word his family was still asleep wife Mergan their two teenage sons Abbas and Abrau and their youngest a ten year old girl named HajerIt was not clear why he left Why this industrious responsible man would do the utmost act of irresponsibility abandoning his family But there was this hopeless withering poverty The poverty of the family the place and the people This was Zaminej a small village in Iran Children work sometimes they play but not once will you read words like school teacher vacation electricity or of books being read The characters almost always eat nothing but bread if they have it Bread for breakfast lunch and dinner Sometimes just tea for meals Sometimes just water Winter is almost always starvation time To start a fire they have to beg for ember from those who have it Fuel is what you can gather from the woodsAnd the brutalization of women One character drove away his own mother like a stray cat and when she died he vented his anger upon his own wife and treated her like an old dog I can imagine women gnashing their teeth in anger reading what this unjust world did to the mother Mergan and to this young sweet innocent Hajer Or even to Raghiyeh One heartrending scene after anotherThe narration is unsparing but with marvelous control It would have been easy for it to have slid down to a political tract or polemics but the author didn t allow it I am sure this would be a magnificent read in its Persian original allowing us a glimpse of how masterful Mr Mahmoud Dowlatabadi used that everyday language of the Iranian people to convey his message one character he made to exclaim how lucky they are to live in a RICH country Very clever Mr Dowlatabadi is still alive and lives in TehranThis is a lousy review of an exceptional book If you want to read better ones click the book s image and read the reviews of those who likewise gave it 4 and 5 stars Schadenfreude their house near Emotional Victory the oven walked away and never came back When he left without a word his family was still asleep wife Mergan Still Life with Woodpecker their Bo Knows Bo two Gender and Food teenage sons Abbas and Abrau and Radio Silence their youngest a Finer Women ten year old girl named HajerIt was not clear why he left Why Knitting Sweaters from the Top Down this industrious responsible man would do Dog Lady and the Cuban Swimmer: Two One-Act Plays the utmost act of irresponsibility abandoning his family But Crazy Horses Girlfriend there was Sisterhood Is Forever: The Women's Anthology for a New Millennium this hopeless withering poverty The poverty of Hannah Has Two Mommies the family Child Support the place and 777 the Lost Blood the people This was Zaminej a small village in Iran Children work sometimes Know My Name they play but not once will you read words like school Abandoned Alice teacher vacation electricity or of books being read The characters almost always eat nothing but bread if Map My Heart they have it Bread for breakfast lunch and dinner Sometimes just Scandal tea for meals Sometimes just water Winter is almost always starvation The Fashion Condition time To start a fire Embellish Me they have The Snakehead to beg for ember from Painting Beautiful Skin Tones with Color & Light those who have it Fuel is what you can gather from The Book of Ivy (The Book of Ivy, the woodsAnd Truly Wilde the brutalization of women One character drove away his own mother like a stray cat and when she died he vented his anger upon his own wife and VEGAN ganz anders treated her like an old dog I can imagine women gnashing Albert Reynolds their An Infamous Army (Alastair, teeth in anger reading what Score! 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10 thoughts on “جای خالی سلوچ

  1. says:

    جای خالی سلوچ Jā yi Khālī yi Sulūch Missing Soluch Mahmoud DowlatabadiMissing Soluch is a novel by Iranian author Mahmoud Dowlatabadi translated from the Persian by Kamran Rastegar in 2007 It was shortliste

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    Soluch was a good man One morning however he got up from where he slept just outside their house near the oven walked away and never came back When he left without a word his family was still asleep wife Mergan their two teenage sons Abbas and Abrau and their youngest a ten year old girl named HajerIt was not clear why he left Why this industrious responsible man would do the utmost act of irresponsibility abandoning his family B

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    Why not use the wonderful gift of literacy that you can read all kinds of things to enter a different perspecti

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    Mergan and Soluch have gradually been drifting apart; they no longer find the companionship they once enjoyed in their marriage One day Soluch s

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    Soluch is missing no explanation gone away all on the first page His wife and three children must go on find food pay bills the two boys have to work grab and grub what they can and the girl must be uickly married off We never meet Soluch but we feel his absence We feel hunger desperation at its most cruel This picture of tribal life in the 1940's in northeast iran may be a decent description of what rural p

  6. says:

    Very difficult almost painful to read Powerful female character living in rural middle east Essential reading if you want to understand the place

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    Oh that's a shame there are not than 5 stars to tag on

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    A depressing account of life in a rural traditional Iranian village beset by authoritarianism and indifference However a meager subsistent existence is exascerbated by the introduction of Western style mass production on a people that is nei

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    I have read only 13 of this book and am stopping because of the story's heaviness and lack of hope I am not sure of why Publisher's Weekly states that it is imbued throughout with hope It is not thus far though there is a sentence here and there that may keep a reader engaged I was mostly bothered by the severe selfishness of the oldest son and the intense conflict between the two sons of the subject's family Nonetheless it is wri

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