فاصله و داستان‌های ديگر
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ترجمه مصطفی مستور با مقاله هایی در شناخت کارور
Paperback, 225 pages
Published 2001 by نشر مرکز
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Ehsan yousefi
موقع پرواز درست لحظه اي كه پاهات از زمين بلند مي شه حس مي كني كه ديگه هر اتفاقي بيفته مهم نيست.
Nazanin
تا مدت ها دل شکسته بودم عزیزم،دل شکسته.این کلمه را توی اون دفترچه ات بنویس.با توجه به تجربه ام از زندگی می تونم بهت بگم که این کلمه غمگین ترین کلمه ایه که تو زبان انگلیسی وجود داره.به هرحال من بلاخره از پسش براومدم.نمی دونم حکیمی این حرف رو زده یا پیرزن زهوار در رفته یا کس دیگه ای که:زمان موجود بزرگواری است.
علی
مجموعه ای از کارهای ریموند کارور که هر داستانش را یکی ترجمه کرده و مصطفی مستور (یکی از مترجمان)، این مجموعه را تهیه دیده و همراه با ترجمه ی چند مقاله در مورد ریموند کارور، در این مجموعه گرد آورده است. به ویژه برای آنها که کارور را کاملن نمی شناسند، کاری ست قابل تحسین.
Hamidreza_buddy
داستان های خوبی انتخاب شده برای این مجموعه و ترجمه خوبی شده
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“But he stays by the window, remembering that life. They had laughed. They had leaned on each other and laughed until the tears had come, while everything else—the cold and where he'd go in it—was outside, for a while anyway.” 55 likes
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