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بامداد خمار – Fattaneh Haj Seyed Javadi

Things get worse and worse: There are no politics in this book, but it is a novel that can find acceptance in contemporary Iran — and bqmdade would probably also have been acclaimed in pre-revolutionary Iran.

The complete review ‘s Review:. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. It was a different time, but her family was already a fairly modern one — and a cultured and educated one.

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To ask other readers questions about Bamdad Khumarplease sign up. Giulia di Martino rated it liked it Feb 05, Bamdad-e Khomar The Morning After. Bamdad-e Khomar provides a neat panorama of domestic life in Iran. Antonella marked it as to-read Sep 04, The streets are no place for a woman — and certainly not for a refined woman such as her.

Momo rated it really liked ohomar Nov 26, Amir marked it as to-read Aug 13, Her mother agrees — but within limits. Over the course of it there are a few glimpses of the present — Sudabeh’s reactions, and Mahbubeh showing her some of the keepsakes she has preserved — but most of it recounts the past.


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Her domestic life pleases her more — and the future looks brighter, as Rahim promised that, when he had enough money, he would join the military and become an officer. Sulla base degli articoli che avevo letto, del successo che il libro ha avuto in patria e delle numerose traduzioni in tutto il mondo, mi aspettavo di meglio. View all 7 comments. Massoud Mazar rated it liked it Mar 17, Noemi marked it as to-read Jun 24, Giakot rated it did not like it Mar 13, Pur essendo la storia alquanto romanticona, bisogna riconoscerle il merito di non puntare al finale lieto a tutti i costi, e a non mirare all’insegnamento del “va’ dove ti porta il cuore”anzi di mirare all’esatto contrario.

She turns down first one, then another proper and desirable match — of fine, upstanding men from her family’s circle — her heart and mind set only on Rahim, with whom she barely exchanges a few words. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

Her mother agrees — but within limits. Dialoghi che sembrano appena usciti da un filmetto di quart’ordine.

Sudabeh, an educated girl from a good family, has fallen in love with someone her family believes is inappropriate — a boy whose family has been successful in business, but whose father can’t even write his own name.


Haj Seyed Javadi, Fataneh. Mahbubeh’s life is almost entirely inside — she rarely can or wants to venture outside. Viola rated it it was amazing Jan 25, It is bbamdade particular interest because most of the fiction that does reach the West from the so-called closed societies tends to challenge the status quo; Bamdad-e Khomar resolutely affirms it, arguing for tradition and, oddly, for class distinction.

His mother brings out the boor in Rahim.

It was a different time, but her family was already a fairly modern one — and a cultured and educated one. Gerardo Romeo rated it it was amazing Aug 11, It can’t go on, and so Mahbubeh finally leaves Rahim, returning to the family fold.

Some things can never be set right, but overall there is a happy ending for Mahbubeh — and a lesson for the next generation, and for Sudabeh in particular. His mother brings out the boor in Rahim. We acknowledge and remind and warn you that khoomar may, in fact, be entirely unrepresentative of the actual reviews by any other measure. Books by Fattaneh Haj Seyed Javadi.