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[PDF/EPUB] جای خالی سلوچ By Mahmoud Dowlatabadi

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جای خالی سلوچ رمانی رئالیستی از محمود دولت‌آبادی است که بلافاصله پس ا?. Why not use the wonderful gift of literacy that you can read all kinds of things to enter a different perspective a new vision of life and living which after a short while leads you to what is true in you and me and him and herThat is my recommendation for this book

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جای خالی سلوچ

? هنگامی که دورهٔ سه سالهٔ حبس را می‌گذراند در ذهنش پرورانده بودداستان. 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 neither economically sociologically or psychologically prepared for Their old traditional ways are expunged without legal recourse to protect themselves On the other hand the traditional s of the irascible villagers must bear significant responsibility for the plight the villagers face The belligerent and authoritarian nature of the society allots little say to the women and children whom are by default assigned blame for the situation they find themself in Without the protection of a husband or guardian or the government the women and children are at the mercy of the ones who motto may be deemed might makes right Only internal reforms within this society can right these irredeemable wrongs

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? آزادی از زندان ساواک و طی ۷۰ روز نوشته‌است دولت‌آبادی داستان آن را ب?. 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 poverty in Afghanistan may be like today I was pleased and surprised by a strong woman character with real grit strong feelings and toughness that somehow made her a factor in a very brutish situation As I read this I thought of Frank McCourt s Angela s Ashes and of Texaco and stories from places of deep entrenched poverty


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 shortlisted for the 2008 Best Translated Book Award The novel depicts rural village life in a fictional

  2. says:

    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 hi

  3. says:

    Why not use the wonderful gift of literacy that you can read all kinds of things to enter a different perspective a new vision of life and living which after a short while leads you to what is true in you and me and him and her?That is my recommendation for this book

  4. says:

    Mergan and Soluch have gradually been drifting apart; they no longer find the companionship they once enjoyed i

  5. says:

    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 pove

  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

  7. says:

    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

  10. says:

    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