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    سمفونی مردگان = Symphony of the Dead, Abbas MaroufiA contemporary version of the Cain and Abel story, this novel was greeted with widespread praise when it was first published in Iran in 1989. Set in th

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    “Symphony of the Dead” is about all the failed efforts of the people who tried to “find their true selves”. A bitter story about, fratricide, envy, suppression, and the conflict of tradition and modernity. It narr

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    Is it okay if i say I just kept reading the book because I enjoyed the font? And how the papers feel? There were some good quotes but that’s it.

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    “And by the way, everything in life is writable about if you have the outgoing guts to do it, and the imagination to improvise. The worst enemy to creativity is self doubt.” Sylvia Plath

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    above all the good things said about this book, i liked the different points of view used in different sections, making characters seem both guilty and innocent at the same time, leaving the reader undecided on whom to put the blame; something we don't normally see in many stories.and well,the book is a bit hard to relate to at first, u may not get half of the things when u start reading it, but if u endure the first section the chances are

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    It reminded me of the movie “mother 2017”. That the brother can simply kill the other brother. That we are making the fairy tales, Adam and Eve, of the past so real and visible in our life. It has an Antigone

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    A heavy but great and touching book.

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    Binazir!!!Just nothing only a way 2read it and $are a world of wonders in writing and only the time u discover urs

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    This will bother you!

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    This novel is not from the Penguin Classics series, but a novel from a small publisher called aflamebooks, dedicated to bringing the best of world literature to a wider audience.Iranian author Abbas Maroufi moved to Germany in 1996 following a

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سمفونی مردگان

This novel traces the fate of the Urkhani family in the Iranian town of Ardabil before after the Second Wo. Symphony of the Dead is about all the failed efforts of the people who tried to find their true selves A bitter story about fratricide envy suppression and the conflict of tradition and modernity It narrates the story of Jaber Urkhani and his four children aftermath of the Second World War in a highly symbolized way The style of the writing is very similar to William Faulkner s masterpiece The Sound and the Fury While Faulkner is the master of this writing style but in my opinion Maroufi s Symphony of the Dead has a better story The book is replete with historical hints throughout the story and if you want to start to read this book as a foreigner I strongly suggest you read about the famine of 1942 the crisis of 1946 and the coup of 1953 in Iran But if you don t you still can enjoy the story 1324 1325 32

Review سمفونی مردگان

Rld War through the trials ghostly recollections of its very individual members who include Ideen the frus. It reminded me of the movie mother 2017 That the brother can simply kill the other brother That we are making the fairy tales Adam and Eve of the past so real and visible in our life It has an Antigone like other novels and storiesThe protagonist changes through out every chapter of the book for playing with your brain not to be tired of reading it As a human living in 21th century the book didn t give me sth I looked for I think he wanted to start a story like the cien a os de soledad Gabriel Garc a M ruez however he made an awful one rather than the cien a os As though The most great thing about the book was that it is confusing to recognize the omniscient We can say that all the characters are deuiscient you can see their thought as a solilouy through the storyBy its name called the symphony of the dead you can probably feel the ups and downs through the story through every chapter actually this book shows a symphony of the classical period like a revolutionary symphony in the baroue period to star the next era My final advice I think I won t continue reading his books reading this book didn t make me feel sth that I expected from it I won t continue reading the books of the same author it let me down

Read × PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB È Abbas Maroufi

Trated poet; Urhan his greedy talentless younger brother; Yousef whose childhood antics left him paralysed. A heavy but great and touching book

  • Paperback
  • 272
  • سمفونی مردگان
  • Abbas Maroufi
  • English
  • 09 July 2019
  • 9780955233968

About the Author: Abbas Maroufi

عباس معروفی is an Iranian novelist and journalistRaised and educated in Tehran Abbas Maroufi studied dramatic arts at Tehran University while teaching at schools and writing for the newspapers He served as the editor in chief of the literary Gardun magazine from 1990 to 1995 His first published work was a collection of short stories entitled Into the Sun He also wrote a few plays which were performed on stage In his The Last Superior Generation he touched on social themes His last collection of short stories The Scent of the Jasmine was published in the United StatesMaroufi came to prominence with the publication of Symphony of the Dead 1989 which is narrated in the form of a symphonyMaroufi currently resides in Germany where he has opened a book store He also Holds writing classes and teaches Students who show interest in writing and story telling