Klara and the Sun


Title: Clara and the Sun.

Author: Kazuo Ishiguro

Translator: Shiva Moghanloo

Publisher: Nimaj

Subject: English stories

Age category: Adult

Number of pages: 328

Language: Farsi



Introducing the book Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro

Klara and the Sun is an exciting account of the friendship of a machine and a human being with all its emotional features. This novel allows you to travel in the body of a lifeless robot that suddenly abandons all dry and iron rules and becomes interested in establishing friendly relations with humans! He has been in the shop for weeks and spends his days waiting for a customer to buy it …

If we consider prayer as a postcard with the content of love and affection that goes to God, perhaps the novel Clara and the Sun (Klara and the Sun) is the answer to these postcards to man!

This is Kazuo Ishiguro’s first novel after receiving the Nobel Prize, and it can be said that it is the complete and ripe fruit of this great master’s years of experience in storytelling. Clara and the Sun, like Ishiguro’s other novels, makes you think deeply about what man is and how he relates to his fellow man and his Creator.

This thrilling story takes a look at our changing world through the language of an unforgettable narrator and finally leaves you with the fundamental question of what love means.

Author of the book Klara and the Sun
Nobel Laureate Kazuo Ishiguro tells the story of a robot who wants to have a friendly relationship with humans in his latest book, Clara and the Sun. This fascinating and readable book, one of the New York Times bestsellers, takes a fresh look at the changing world today and human nature.

Excerpts from Klara and the Sun:

– One of the most enjoyable features of Ishiguro’s stories are the fundamental and philosophical questions we ask ourselves; What does it mean to be human? What does it mean to have yourself? And how much of it should we give to others? (NPR)
– After reading this amazing work, you will have a very high degree of inner satisfaction and satisfaction. (Weekly Publishers)
– A terrifying legend from the lonely and chaotic world of today. (Circus Reviews)
Who is recommended to read Klara and the Sun?
If you are looking for a different story with a modern atmosphere that will excite your emotions, do not miss this amazing novel. We also invite all fans of drama stories to read this work.

Learn more about Kazuo Ishiguro:
Successful and popular Japanese novelist, songwriter, and screenwriter Kazuo Ishiguro was born in 1954 in Nagasaki. He immigrated to England with his family when he was 5 years old. The creative and talented Kazuo continued his studies in English and philosophy and graduated from the University of Kent in 1978.

Discovering his interest and skills in writing at a young age, he chose creative writing for his master’s degree and graduated from the University of East Anglia in 1980.
This proud author has experimented in various literary styles and in different genres of stories such as fiction, drama, history, etc. Among the lasting and popular works of Kazuo Ishiguro is Never Leave Me and the remnant of the day, an artist in the floating world.

In 2017, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. It is a great honor that every prominent writer has in his head. His other honors can be summarized as follows:

– Receive Whitebird Award
– Receive my Booker Literary Award
– Receive the Order of the British Empire
Received the title of Knight of French Literature and Art
– Receive the symbol of the blazing sun
In part of Clara and the Sun, we read:

As I told Rick, scheduling my trip to Mr. MacObin’s warehouse was crucial, and when I crossed the pebbles for the second time that day to reach the gate of the photo frame, I was afraid that I had miscalculated. The sun had set. And I could not assume that the second and third contexts were easily the first.

I began my journey with the certainty that the shortcut to Rick’s house was like the morning. This time I could use both hands to push the grass, and the insects flew. More insects were flying in front of me and anxiously swapping places, but they did not want to leave their friendly group.
Fearing that I would not be able to get to Mr. McObeen’s warehouse on time, I had to take a brief look at Rick’s house and then take a shortcut I had never seen before. I reached another photo frame gate, and then the grass rose so high that I could no longer see Mr. Macabin’s barn.

The ground was divided into several frames, some larger than the others, and I went on knowing that the space of each frame was different. For a moment the grass was soft and flexible and easy to walk on; I was crossing a border and it was getting dark everywhere, no matter how hard I pressed, the grass would not move and I could hear strange noises around me.

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