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«کوتاه و کوچک مثل من»

2012 May 14

از علی عبدالرضایی تاکنون سی و شش کتاب به زبان‌های مختلف منتشر شده است اما همه این کتاب‌ها ترجمه شعرهای پارسی او بوده ست. عبدالرضایی چندسالی می‌شود که به انگلیسی هم می‌نویسد و هفته گذشته اولین مجموعه شعرهای انگلیسی‌اش در سایت آمازون منتشر شد.

این کتاب شامل سی‌صد و بیست شعر کوتاه انگلیسی اوست که طی چند سال اخیر نوشته شده است.

«کوتاه و کوچک مثل من» از هفت بخش تشکیل شده است که شعرها با توجه به مضامین خود در هر قسمت قرار گرفته‌اند.

برای دریافت کتاب این‌جا را کلیک کنید.

‘Short & little like i’ is the first book Ali Abdolrezaei has written in English. For a poet with whom language has played a fundamental role in his writing, and who has so far published twenty books of poetry in original Persian, it is a risk to write outside his mother tongue, but for him even to write poetry is nothing but taking a risk which gives life new meaning. Perhaps you are familiar with his poetry and have come across a poem or two or have read his books in English, but they would have all been books or poems Ali had written in Persian, later to be translated by Abol Froushan. This book, on the other hand, consists of short poems which Abdolrezaei has written straight in English.

”Short & Little Like i” deals with big questions like love and poetry, wisdom and death, god or nature, but deals with them in terms of specific images, metaphors or moments that I found intriguing to read and digest.
Ali Abdolrezaei is a leading Iranian poet of his generation, now in exile for his poetry which has been translated to many languages. He is well known among the younger generation of poetry enthusiasts for his playful language. But this is the first book he has written in English himself, and because of that, it is written in simple language, showing a playful mind that plays with yours, like a trickster.
Now Ali Abdolrezaei’s first English book with more than 300 short poems is available on for $8.00 in paperback.

«نوشته فوق می تواند نظر نویسنده باشد و الزامن نظر رادیو کوچه نیست»