September 20, 2020, 08:34:38 PM *
Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.

Login with username, password and session length
News: Our new place:

To enter with your registered details click here and follow the steps:§ion=lostpass
   Home   Help Search Calendar Login Register  
Pages: [1]
Author Topic: Has anyone read the book?  (Read 1909 times)
Hero Member

Karma: +999/-0
Offline Offline

Posts: 1061

View Profile Email
« on: November 10, 2008, 12:09:40 PM »

The most prestigious French literary prize received come from Afghanistan Atik Rahimi. In the novel "A stone of patience"

French literary prize was a national of Afghanistan

 In 2008, Prize laureate - the most prestigious literary award of France - was a 46-year-old French writer, an Afghan origin Atik Rahimi, said "Pravda.Ru". Jury seven votes against the three has the highest assessment of his first novel, written in French, "Sang-e-sabur" ( "stone of patience").

 Rahimi was born in Kabul, the French learned in school "Istiklal. He emigrated from Afghanistan, received the status of political refugee in France. So far, Rahimi wrote only four books, with the first three - in Persian.

  To create the novel "A stone of patience" writer spent three years. According to Persian mythology "san-e-sabur" - is silent listener to whom people verify their suffering.  The novel describes the suffering of Afghan women, whose husband was seriously wounded and bedfast.

 Another novel Rahimi Earth and ashes ", which was translated into French and film in 2004, received the award at the Cannes Film Festival Grand Prix Festival in Bratislava and a number of awards.

 Prize - the most prestigious literary award of France, awarded for the best novel to the outcome of the voting members Academy during the dinner in Paris restaurant "Drouant". The prize is awarded annually for over 100 years and may be awarded to the author only once.


از گذشته بیاموز ،امروز را با خشنودی بگذران. در اندیشه اینده باش و اینده را بساز. - پارس
پندار نیک>گفتار نیک>رفتار نیک
Research Team
Sr. Member

Karma: +11/-0
Offline Offline

Posts: 439

View Profile Email
« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2008, 05:45:43 AM »

Oh yes, the mythology of ''Sang e Sanbur''. We know it very well. I guess, it has it´s root to the ancient Zoroasters who visited old temples where they could speak there about their sufferings and all other problems. Hindu Indians have it, too. I wonder in which language he wrote his last book, french?
Pages: [1]
Jump to:  

Powered by MySQL Powered by PHP bluBlur Skin 2006, hbSkins
Powered by SMF 2.0 RC1 | SMF © 2006–2009, Simple Machines LLC
Valid XHTML 1.0! Valid CSS!