Elle joue

  • Title: Elle joue
  • Author: Nahal Tajadod
  • ISBN: 9782226244253
  • Page: 453
  • Format: Paperback
  • Elle joue Deux femmes se parlent Deux iraniennes La premi re n e apr s la r volution de et qui n a connu que le r gime islamique est une jeune com dienne au succ s grandissant La seconde crivain reconn
    Deux femmes se parlent Deux iraniennes La premi re, n e apr s la r volution de 1979, et qui n a connu que le r gime islamique, est une jeune com dienne au succ s grandissant La seconde, crivain reconnu, a grandi dans l Iran du Shah.

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    About Nahal Tajadod


    1. Nahal Tajadod was born in Teheran in 1960 and left Iran for France in 1977 She studied at INALCO where she obtained a doctorate in Chinese Her thesis was on Mani, the Buddha of light and gave for the first time a translation of a Manichean text in Chinese, a real textbook written by the Manicheans themselves She has been researching the Iranian contributions to Chinese civilisation Buddhism, Christianism, Manichaeism, Zoroastrianism, Judaism and Islam were all spread in China by Iranian missionaries Born into a family of Iranian erudites, Nahal Tajadod was initiated into Sufism in childhood She has contributed to the translation of the R mi and has written a fictionalized biography of the great master of Sufism She is the wife of famous screenwriter and film critic Jean Claude Carri re.


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    1. LA STORIA CHE RACCONTA NON È LA STESSA CHE SI LEGGENahal Tajadod ha un grande talento. Il grande talento di raccontare la storia di una scrittrice iraniana famosa (sarà mica autobiografica?) nata e cresciuta nella Persia dello shah, quando le donne erano libere di portare la minigonna, ignorare il velo e mescolarsi con gli uomini – nella Teheran dove la sua ricca famiglia frequentava la crème de la crème, dove c’era libertà e cultura e apertura e modernità – e poi nel 1977 trasferirs [...]

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    2. This book was endlessly complicated and poetic, and for this reason I love it. Through the twists and turns in the narration, I got lost and then recognised where I was again, only to get lost yet again.The style of writing is definitely what I enjoyed the most - light, funny even when dealing with serious topics, poetic in a way that is typical (for me) of French books. The characters were pleasant enough, I guess, although there were times where I got seriously frustrated with Sheyda: why can' [...]

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    3. Nahal Tajadod, one of the better-known Iranian-French writers, author of both fiction and non-fiction, gives us, in Elle Joue a hardly fictionalized account of the relation of two Iranian women. The older one has, many years ago, chosen exile over life in the Islamic Republic, the younger one, today a famous actress (modeled on Golshifteh Farahani), belonging to an intellectual, leftist family of actors, finally gives in to the many pressures a patriarchal, backward system can exert on a gifted [...]

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    4. Il libro è una via di mezzo tra un romanzo e una biografia (dell'attrice iraniana Golshifteh Farahani e dell'autrice stessa) e racconta la storia di Sheyda, un'attrice dell'Iran della Repubblica Islamica, intervallata con i ricordi della sua biografa scappata dall'Iran dopo la caduta del regime dello Shia. Le due donne hanno ricordi diversi che sembrano descrivere due Iran diversi, diversità di vedute e diversità di intendere la vita e la religione. Un libro interessante che porta stimoli su [...]

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    5. Idée de départ géniale. La construction du roman nous perd parfois, mais on finit toujours par comprendre et faire des liens. Le style d'écriture est beau et c'est plaisant et rapide à lire.

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    6. Parlo del libro in ilgustoproibitodellozenzero.bl

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    7. Idée initialement brillante, mais la construction laisse à désirer. Dommage j'attendais beaucoup de cet ouvrage.

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