چوب‌به‌دست‌های ورزیل #2020

چوب‌به‌دست‌های ورزیل By غلامحسین ساعدی
  • Title: چوب‌به‌دست‌های ورزیل
  • Author: غلامحسین ساعدی
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  • Page: 304
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    1. غلامحسین ساعدی

      Ghol m Hossein S edi was born in Tabriz 5 January 1936 In 1963 he graduated from University of Tabriz in medicine, began his writing career under the pen name Gowhar e Mor d with short stories and plays 1966 S edi was a noted writer, editor, and dramatist an influential figure in popularizing the theater as an art form, as well as a medium of political and social expression in contemporary Iran Later, after completing the mandatory military service he embarked 1963 on a five year internship to specialize in psychiatry He was repeatedly investigated, arrested, and incarcerated by the security police SAVAK and subjected to both physical and psychological abuse.Sa edi s plays were at first produced and viewed by small groups of university students as theatrical experiments, and attracted wide audiences The dialogues are designed to lend themselves to modification by local accents and dialects, a quality that has made the plays accessible and appealing to audiences of different ethnicity and varying levels of intellectual sophistication By the end of the 1960s Sa edi s standing as a prolific dramatist and fiction writer had been well established in the circle of literary figures.Based on his travels in 1965 to the villages and tribal areas of the Persian Gulf and in 1968 to Azerbaijan in northern Iran, Sa edi produced a series of monographs with anthropological underpinnings The importance of these studies is that in a variety of ways they became useful sources for many of Sa edi s later works In Sa edi s monographic sketches and fictional narratives the village and the city are both inhabited by the same anxiety ridden people, tormented by the same problems.By the early 1970s, in addition to his short stories, he had published a short novel, Tup The Cannon, 1970 and completed the manuscripts of T t r e Khand n The Grinning Tartar while he was in prison for the last time in 1975, and Ghariba dar ahr Stranger In the Town, 1976 In the remaining years of the 1970s Sa edi turned to specific political issues During this period Sa edi, at the expense of his literary works, extended his collaboration with a v