طوبی و معنای شب



With This Bold, Insightful Novel Parsipur Makes A Stylishly Original Contribution To Modern Feminist Literature Publishers Weekly Starred ReviewParsipur Should Be Admired Both As A Courageous Woman Who Endured Jail And Torture And As A Writer And Innovator Azar Nafisi, Author Of Reading Lolita In Tehran Now Available In Paperback, This Complex Epic Captures The Changing Fortunes Of Iranian Women In The Twentieth Century From The Era Of Colonialism To The Rule Of Two Shahs To The 1980 Islamic Revolution The Iranian Best Selling Author Of Eleven Books, Including Women Without Men, Shahrnush Parsipur Now Lives In Exile In The United States.طوبی و معنای شب

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  • طوبی و معنای شب
  • شهرنوش پارسی‌پور
  • 09 August 2017

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  1. says:

    Tuba va ma na ye shab Touba and the Meaning of Night, Shahrnush ParsipurTouba and the Meaning of Night is a novel written by Iranian novelist, Shahrnush Parsipur and was originally published in Iran in 1989 it is Parsipur s second novel and is a fictional account of a woman, Touba, living through the rapidly changing political environment of 20th century Iran Like other works of Shahrnush Parsipur, Touba and the Meaning of Night is considered by most to be a feminist work Also, like Parsipu Tuba va ma na ye shab Touba and the Meaning of Night, Shahrnush ParsipurTouba and the Meaning of Night is a novel written by Iranian ...

  2. says:

    This is a monumental book, maybe a masterpiece of Iranian fiction, but certainly a family saga of considerable dimensions that follows the lifetime of one woman, Touba, from girlhood to old age During a period of time that reaches across most of a century, she represents the traditional, sequestered world to which Iranian women have been ...

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    As the events this past month unfolded, our aggregated American heads swiveled towards Iran, looking at it with greater interest than since the 1980s Who is this Iran, center of the Axis of evil, run by a midget Holocaust denier, and populated with beautiful and politically engaged students Iran s history seems like it has been a long tug between its rich, cultural Persian history and religious fundamentalism with some US puppet governments thrown in for good measure I m not sure why, but I As the events this past month unfolded, our aggregated American heads swiveled towards Iran, looking at it with greater interest than since the 1980s Who is this Iran, center of the Axis of evil, run by a midget Holocaust denier, and populated with beautiful and politically engaged students Iran s history seems like it has been a long tug between its rich, cultural Persian history and religious fundamentalism with some US puppet governments thrown in for good measure I m not sure why, but I ve always been an Iranophile I have been deeply impressed by all Persians I ve met and find the mystical and artistic traditions lovely This even allowed me to benignly ignore the completely ridiculous assertions of Ahmadinejad, and evenso enjoy the SNL musical spoof of him And so for a long time, I d been looking to read an Iranian woman author So when I saw Touba and the Meaning of ...

  4. says:

    A wonderful book I really enjoyed reading it Some parts are a little harder to get through, but others are suspenseful, fascinating, and gripping I especially liked learning about Iranian culture and history, both of which I really knew nothing about before reading this book I feel like I ve broadened my horizons a little bit by understandingabout what happened in Iran between the end of the 19th century and the Islamic Revolution My favorite parts of the story itself were the love st A wonderful book I really enjoyed reading it Some parts are a little harder to get through, but others are suspenseful, fascinating, and gripping I especially liked learning about Iranian culture and history, both of which I really knew nothing about before reading this book I feel like I ve broadened my horizons a little bit by understandingabout what happened in Iran between the end of the 19th century and the Islamic Revolution My favorite parts of the story itself were the love story between Ismael and Moones and the magical realism that Parsipur employs, a genre style of literature that I find especially fascinating Some of the other reviews on Goodreads mentioned the a...

  5. says:

    I love when I read a book and leaves me wandering in its world for hours, days, weeks afterwards This book accomplished that and so muchfor me, intellectually and emotionally If you have any interest in Iran, mysticism, gender, or Islam, I highly recommend this book.

  6. says:

    What intrigued me most in this novel is its relationship to magic realism In Touba and the meaning of Night what we call magic is deeply rooted in religion although disregarding the magical twists that were borrowed from pre Islamic philosophy and skillfully woven into the narrative will be unfair to the novel in its totality Throughout the novel, I could not help but compare it with One Hundred Years of Solitude and kept thinking how magic is culturally and religiously coded One of the quest What intrigued me most in this novel is its relationship to magic realism In Touba and the meaning of Night what we call magic is deeply rooted in religion although disregarding the magical twists that were borrowed from pre Islamic philosophy and skillfully woven into the narrative will be unfair to the novel in its totality Throughout the novel, I could not help but compare it with One Hundred Years of Solitude and kept thinking how magic is culturally and religiously coded One of the questions that I am left with at the end of the novel is how much of this book is magical for Iranian readers or fo...

  7. says:

    This is a very serious Iranian novel Epic One of the few novels that I ve read and wondered if I couldn t fully appreciate it because I m so unfamiliar with the cultural outlook I thought it was odd that, maybe because it was written by a woman, it seems to be regarded as a feminist work The female protagonist is sometimes strong but sometimes isn t And I do feel like the work perpetuates a large number of mysogenist practices or is it just reflecting a reality Ismael grew curious abo This is a very serious Iranian novel Epic One of the few novels that I ve read and wondered if I couldn t fully appreciate it because I m so u...

  8. says:

    a lot of Iranian history and culture in an amazing set through eyes of a woman

  9. says:

    I read Touba after reading Parsipur s wonderful novella Women Without Men The novella wove the disturbing stories of five women together with the strength of a parable, and I was hoping that Touba would also be in this vein The novel is steeped in Persian legend and lore, but the symbolism lost its force for me in the long novel format The bold little allegories that I enjoyed in Women Without Men were sort of muddied down in service of the larger plot about a matriarch whose life story mirro I read Touba after reading Parsipur s wonderful novella Women Without Men The novella wove the disturbing stories of five women together with the strength of a parable, and I was hoping that Touba would also be in this vein The novel is steeped in Persian legend and lore, but the symbolism lost its force for me in the long novel format The bold little allegories that I enjoyed in Women Without Men were sort of muddied down in service of the l...

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