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اثر استیون کینگ از انتشارات افراز - مترجم: ماندانا قهرمانلو-دهه 1980 میلادی

فصول گوناگون شامل چهار داستان در چهار سبک و حال و هوا و موضوع مختلف است که در سال ۱۹۸۲ نگاشته شده. داستان‌هایی غیروحشتناک. این کتاب در سال ۱۹۸۳ نامزد بهترین مجموعه داستان جایزه
World fantasy awards
شد. کتاب اول، ریتا هی‌ورث و رهایی از شاوشنک در مورد مرد بی‌گناهی است که حتی لحظه‌ای امیدش را از دست نمی‌دهد، و نقشه فرار از زندان را سال‌ها و سال‌ها دنبال می‌کند. در این داستان زندگی در زندان به خوبی به تصویر کشیده شده است. مرد بی‌گناه از رئیس سنگ‌دل زندان انتقام می‌گیرد، اما به صورت فرار از زندان. قسمت کلیدی داستان زمانی است که اندی در طی گفتگویی دوستانه بخش عظیمی از امیدش را به رد انتقال می‌دهد. زندان، جهان افسانه‌هاست یا نه؟ هر کسی زندان خاص خود را دارد: شغل بد، بیماری لاعلاج و... اما انسان‌ها باید تونل آزادی خود را حفر کنند. اگر اندی توانسته، پس ما هم می‌توانیم...؛


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@Well you werent writing about yourself, I hear someone in the peanut-gallery saying. You were writing about Andy Dufresne. Youre nothing but a minor character in your own story. But you know, thats just not so. Its all about me, every damned word of it. Andy was the part of me they could never lock up, the part of me that will rejoice when the gates finally open for me and I walk out in my cheap suit with my twenty dollars of mad-money in my pocket. That part of me will rejoice no matter how old and broken and scared the rest of me [email protected]

God, I love this story. It really is timeless, and just wonderful. Its a story in the old fashion, with an incredible plot and characters that interact meaningfully and a great setting that binds it all up... Theres nothing abstract or unreachable about it, and I think its one of the most accessible and easy-to-relate-to tales Ive ever read. Theres just something about Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption that plays into our human desires: the desire for justice, the burning need we have for wrongs to be put right, the way we respect and root for people who deserve better than what they got. Its so appealing on so many levels, and since its well-written and touching to boot, this story really is perfect.

Ive mentioned elsewhere how I love moral greyness and the vast area between black and white, but every now and then I need some good old-fashioned good vs. bad, wrong vs. right. Ive loved books with almost no plot to speak of— The Road and Wolf in White Van—but now and again I need a simple yet compelling plot, one that makes sense and has all the trapping of a story. Not a character study, not an exploration of morality, a STORY. Sometimes as a reader I feel like a child who just wants to curl up and listen to their parents read them a bedtime story, and while Red makes it clear that prison is no place for fairytales, this one has that same calming, spellbinding effect.

The film adaptation of this is my favourite movie of all time, as I suspect is the case for many people, and I know youre wondering: Which is better, the movie or the book? Well, Ill have to chalk this one up to one of those rare occasions like The Princess Bride where theyre both equally great. I have to give credit to the filmmakers here, because they kept all the good parts intact and left everything more or less unchanged, and what they added enhances the story rather than obscures it. Im also kind of in awe as to how they captured Reds voice so well; even apart from the voice-over parts (most of which is exact quotes from the novella), the way the plot unfolds is so spot-on when compared to the narrators straightforward, earnest, yet thoughtful way of storytelling in the novella.

Other than that, theres not too much more I can say, other than I recommend this novella to... well, pretty much everyone. If you have a heart and a pair of eyes and the ability to read, youll find something to love about this story.

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PRE-REVIEW, 25 AUGUST 2017:

Here I am sitting in a hair salon among the sounds of ladies chattering and blowdryers and pop music, blinking away tears, feeling like the oldest ex-con walking away from Shawshank Prison, getting his first taste of that cold bracing air that whispers freedom.

Hope springs eternal, indeed.



Review to come shortly.

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Every time I Saw the movie, it would give entirely new perspective from which I could continuously break the old self and entrench the new. Having seen the movie no less that ten times, I detected that, amazingly, something fresh would preceed to emerge all the time. That could be something we call Classic.

There could be some reasons that Id rather call it a “shape who I will be”,but still, I could not exactly tell what the reasons were. The perceptions would evolve with the age. The movie and the book could Wait patiently for a more senior and a future me to decifer them. It shall be the GREATEST movie in 20th century in my ranking list. I shall Wait patiently to let what I continuely get from the book and movie evolve and mature.

For these reasons, the reviews couldt and shouldt be done rashly.
The most probable thing I shall engage in is to put some words down year by year and take a close scrutiny of where the future would lead me . By these methods, I could retrospect the trajectory of life.

I Guess the continuation of reviews will persist for a very long period.
Put down whatever I think of from this book and movie here and let them be the witness of who I shall become.

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I cant believe it took me this long to discover this novella, especially since The Shawshank Redemption is my all time favorite movie. Hearing the story from Reds gentle and detailed perspective was intriguing. Red has a great sense of humor throughout the book. He tells the story in a way that allows you to see the passing of time. This is not as evident in the movie version. Although short, this book gives the reader something to hope for in their own life. I also loved the peek into the prison world. Its hard to imagine the living conditions that some prisoners face. Best of all I think was that Red was a murderer. That may seem irrelevant. However, I feel that Red did change. He made a mistake, but that mistake was not the entirety of his existence. He was a man with deep emotion, skill, trustworthiness, and he was Andys friend. This bond between two strangers is one of my favorite tales ever told.

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I hadnt read a truly frightening book of his. Yes, Kings novels are disturbing, but not scary. A truly powerful yet disturbing account of an injustice law system, and the effects it has on a young mans life. Although imprisoned unjustly, he doesnt complain: it is not in his character. Instead, he decides to fight the system: not with his fists, with his mind. He succeeds. If you liked the movie, you will not be dissapointed in the moody, honest and bold novel. But in the sad case when you havent seen the movie, dont read the book.

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very kool story !!

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