بوف کور

بوف کور Considered The Most Important Work Of Modern Iranian Literature, The Blind Owl Is A Haunting Tale Of Loss And Spiritual Degradation Replete With Potent Symbolism And Terrifying Surrealistic Imagery, Sadegh Hedayat S Masterpice Details A Young Man S Despair After Losing A Mysterious Lover And As The Author Gradually Drifts Into Frenzy And Madness, The Reader Becomes Caught In The Sandstorm Of Hedayat S Bleak Vision Of The Human Condition The Blind Owl, Which Has Been Translated Into Many Foreign Languages, Has Often Been Compared To The Writing Of Edgar Allan Poe

Iranian author who introduced modernist techniques into Persian fiction He is considered one of the greatest Iranian writers of the 20th century .

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  • Paperback
  • 148 pages
  • بوف کور
  • Sadegh Hedayat
  • English
  • 21 February 2018
  • 9780802131805

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    A friend once told me Sadegh Hedayat wanted the book itself to be the experience and not a book about an experience I couldn t agree So what was my Blind Owl experience With every page I felt as if I was spiraling down through my subconscious and unconscious until I plunged into the collective unconscious A female figure in a black cloak and a meeting of eyes, shinny, alluring, sensuous eyes the anima Another turn and there s an ancient old man with white hair and long white beard with the index finger of his left hand pressed against his lips the wisdom archetype And yet another turn and I was walking in a fantastic landscape of trees and hills of geometrical shapes cylinders, perfect cones, truncated cones a dream or hallucination And there are the eyes again and the ancient old man with his index finger pressed against his lips a dream or hallucination or a reading of The Blind Owl I put the book down and walk outside and the landscape is fantastic all the trees and hills are cylinders, perfect cones and truncated cones and I see up ahead a female figure in a cloak I was warned by Porochista Khakpour in his preface to The Blind Owl And now you ve been warned.

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    This classic Iranian novella, darkly romantic and surrealist at its core, is flecked with unsettling realistic detail and structured in a fashion which heralds postmodernism, calling into question the meaning of its own narrative, and by implication the function of narrative itself It is also the source of a folk belief people are routinely warned against reading it because doing so may cause suicide Taken together, what an extraordinary weight for this little book to carry Its author Sadegh Hedayat 1903 1951 , was a product of Catholic education, learning French from the Lazarist brothers in secondary school At the age of twenty two, he traveled to Belgium for university, having promised his government to become a civil engineer, but he hated Belgian weather, hated civil engineering soon he moved to Paris to study architecture, then dentistry, then literature He immersed himself in Poe, Kafka, and Rilke, experimented with opium and alcohol, and fell headlong in love with a Parisian girl When the affair ended, unhappily, he tried to drown himself in the Marne About this time, he wrote the first draft of The Blind Owl After four years in France, he returned to Tehran, having failed to earn a degree He worked as a bank clerk, and hated it he lived in a country too conservative to permit the publication of his best creative work Although he was socially and politically engaged forming a literary circle, dabbling in left wing politics he continued to seek comfort and solace in opium and alcohol In 1936, he traveled to India, where he first published The Blind Owl four years later, when Reza Shah s fall ended strict censorship, he was finally able to publish the book in his native Iran.It is an extremely unusual book It tells two stories or one story in two different forms, surreal and then realistic involving a bitter young opium addict, a woman he loathes and loves, a cackling old man who wears a turban, and a sudden perhaps violent death The surreal story, which comes first, is the powerful, its bare bones narrative rendered hypnotic through artful repetitions of evocative imagery, and it both enriches and undermines the realistic tale which comes after Its narration reminds one of The Tell tale Heart, its hopelessness of the parables of Kafka, but the only book I know that it actually resembles is James Hogg s 1824 novel, The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner, Written by Himself With a Detail of Curious Traditionary Facts and Other Evidence by the Editor only here it is the later, realistic story which calls the earlier narrative into question.It is a gripping, memorable literary experience, and I would advise you to read it And, no, I do not think it will compel you to commit suicide It is true, though, that Hedayat did commit suicide, but his death followed years of addiction and disillusionment After allocating money for his shroud and burial, after stopping up the gaps in his windows and doors, he turned on the gas in his tiny apartment in the heart of the great city of Paris, where years ago his book The Blind Owl had begun.

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    Boof e koor The Blind Owl, Sadegh HedayatThe Blind Owl 1936 Persian Boof e koor is Sadegh Hedayat s magnum opus and a major literary work of 20th century Iran Written in Persian, it tells the story of an unnamed pen case painter, the narrator, who sees in his macabre, feverish nightmares that the presence of death annihilates all that is imaginary We are the offspring of death and death delivers us from the tantalizing, fraudulent attractions of life it is death that beckons us from the depths of life If at times we come to a halt, we do so to hear the call of death Throughout our lives, the finger of death points at us The narrator addresses his murderous confessions to the shadow on his wall resembling an owl His confessions do not follow a linear progression of events and often repeat and layer themselves thematically, thus lending to the open ended nature of interpretation of the story 1971 1315 87 1344 88 1349 116 1383 1969 1315 1937

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    ,,Yaralar vard r hayatta, ruhu c zam gibi yava yava ve yaln zl kta yiyen, kemiren yaralar gibi sars c bir c mleyle ba layan, g lgelerin i ine hapsolmu hasta bir ruhun yaln zl k, l m, tutku, a k, bast r lm cinsellik ve varolu uluk zerine yaz lm d sel metinlerini okuyor ve afyon ba ml s bir ruhun ya ad sanr sal bozukluklara tan k oluyoruz Yazar bir ressam n ya am n n karanl k ger eklerini ve bunal mlar n fantastik yakla mlarla ve mekan d i monologlarla aktaran etkileyici bir roman Harika bir kalemi var Sad k Hidayet in, neredeyse her c mlenin alt n izmek istiyorsunuz Yazar n intihar etmi olmas kitab n etkisini art r yor ve alt n izdi iniz her c mleyi bir kez daha sorgulaman za sebep oluyor.

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    Ruhuma hangi zehri damlatm ki, onsuz olam yordum u c mleye bir bakarm s n z

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