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- زمان: 57 دقیقه
- گوینده: محمد تاج دین
- نویسنده: محمدرضا سرشار
- مترجم: عزیز مهدی
- تهیه کننده: دامون آذری
- میکس و مسترینگ: سید زکریا موسوی
- صدابردار: سوگند باروتچی
- انتخاب موسیقی: سید زکریا موسوی
- استودیو ضبط: آوانامه
- ناشر صوتی: آوانامه
- ناشر متنی: انتشارات سوره مهر
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It was winter. The whole village was covered with snow. No one could enter the village, and there was no way out of the village. Meanwhile, Esmail’s father got pneumonia. But there was no doctor in the village. The whole family was sitting around the sick father. The younger brother asked Esmail, « Brother, what can we do if our father dies? » Ismail got up. He needed to visit a doctor in the city. But it was winter and the roads were snowy, and it would be night when he returned and there was the risk of the hungry wolves. Some people tried to dissuade Esmail and suggested, “We pray for your father, he will be fine.” But Esmail believed that he should move in addition to pray. He believed he needed to do something.
The story “If Dad Dies” is a precious and sophisticated story in which Muhammad Reza Sarshar describes the concept of waiting in a fluent and simple language. «If Dad Dies» is the story of waiting, a responsible and hopeful waiting. So far, with the passing of at least three generations, this book continues to be popular among adolescents. The setting of the story is very intimate and its atmosphere is one of the beautiful areas in the northwest of the country. It is very memorable and with attractive nodes and suspensions. It is a technical story that contains all the story elements. This book is one of the rare books that have gone beyond 100,000 reprints.
PART OF THIS BOOK:
Suddenly, the sound of a lot of barking dogs resonates in the dark plain. Four wolves stood right in front of us. It seemed like the barking dogs had transfixed them. Mashhadi Qasim shouted, “Guys! Come on behind the fire!” Borujali and I came to the fire and stood beside Mashhadi Qasim. He was sweating from fear. The knees of all three of us shuddered. We thought everything was over. At the last moments,
various thoughts spilled into my brain. How painful would it be if the wolves tore us off and dad died. Then my mother and my sister and my brother would die of grief. Suddenly a hand threw me to the ground, and then I heard Borujali’s voice saying: “Lie down on the ground!”
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Mohammad Reza Sarshar, Iranian well-known writer and literary critic, studied industrial engineering. A few of his works got published before the Islamic Revolution, but most of them have been released after the Revolution. Sarshar’s stories have got a religious ambiance. However, in some of his books, he made his best to introduce an outstanding historical and religious figure. Another theme mostly seen in his works is the Iran-Iraq war. He is the member and the chairman of the Iran Pen Association. Some of his books have been translated and published in other countries. Among his books are:
- Flea in the Oven (2011)
- 10 Stories from Prophet Muhammad (2014)
- Look at the Camel (2011)
- The Adorable Grandpa (2001)
- Rain or no Rain (1996)
Avanameh audiobooks, in cooperation with Sooremehr publication produced this book.