Haj Mam Jafar in Paris


Title: Haj Mam Jafar in Paris, Memoirs of an Iranian trip to the land of the Mehravians

Author: Iraj Pezeshkzad

Publisher: Forbidden

Subject: Persian stories

Age category: Adult

Cover: Paperback

Number of pages: 260 p

Language: Farsi



Introducing Haj Mam Jafar’s book in Paris by Iraj Pezeshkzad
Another name for this book is the memoirs of an Iranian trip to the land of the Mehravians. The main story of the book is about the journey of a person whom Pezeshkzad introduces in the introduction under the pseudonym of Haj Mam Jafar and gives the reader the promise that the text in front of him is not a storytelling and everything he considers is the dream description of a businessman who The cure for his illness has gone to Farang and now he has to adapt to a foreign culture there.

The narrator is the translator of this person in Farangistan (Paris). He describes the events from place to place, from Mehrabad Airport to the airport customs, from the hotel search to the Iranian embassy, ​​with a humorous look and a simple and fluent tone.
Hajj Mem Jafar even intends to learn French in this heartwarming journey, but without showing any useful effort, he stays away from it, and finally Haji leaves Iran in a loose dress and a tailcoat, with a tidy suit and shirt. Smoked glasses return to their home.

Other works by Iraj Pezeshkzad include Uncle John Napoleon, which, apart from being a film, has been translated into several different languages ​​around the world. Ahaj Meem Jafar in Paris is one of the important works of Iraj Pezeshkzad.

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