Writing Before And Since The Iranian Revolution, Goli Taraghi Publishes Both In Iran And Abroad In This Collection Of Stories, She Poignantly Describes Her Childhood In Tehran And Portrays The Experience Of Exile With Her Family She Was One Of The First Iranian Women To Receive Critical Recognition As Well As Popularity For Her Short Stories And Novels.Although Taraghi Avoids Sensational Experimentation, Her Narratives Sparkle With A Freshness Of Style And Sensitivity Whether She Writes Of A Child Tip Toeing Through A Room Of Delicate Persian Furnishings Or Of A Grandmother Remembering Those Treasured Lost Objects, The Room Becomes Alive For The Reader Taraghi Rejects A Political Stance In Her Writings, But, At The Same Time, She Comments With Understated Humor And Wisdom On The Social And Cultural Value System Of Her Characters.After Taraghi Left The Patriarchal Society Of Post Revolutionary Iran, She Proceeded To Make Her Work Autobiographical Several Of The Stories In This Collection Deal With The Acculturation Process Of Moving After Experiencing The Heartbreak Of Uprooting And Displacement As A Whole, These Recent Stories Demonstrate A Trend In Which Taraghi Views Her Creative Self Unflinchingly As Feminine Her Work Becomes Richer And Complex As A Result Of This Transformation.Translator Faridoun Farrokh Gives The Stories Context And Critical Insight In An Excellent Introduction He Presents An Easy Reading Translation Without Losing The Delightful Persian Flavor Of Taraghi S Words. , , , , . Marvelous Reading this is a battle against the bewitchment of our intelligence by means of language Stumbling, Poetic Goli Taraghi . Marvelous book Taraghi writes with a quality resembling Hesse or Joyce in their bildungsroman Her ability to transport the reader to the magical and tension filled world of the child is amazing Her stories take the reader from pre revolution Iran through th
In the last two stories, you really feel the heartache and confusion of the refugee in exile.
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