Introducing the book Pearl Ball by Sadegh Hedayat
Pearl Ball is a historical book written by Sadegh Hedayat with the pretext of Pearl Ball.
The book is in the form of humor.
The pearl ball is the ball that I last saw at the entrance of a military building on the current Si Tir Street and the former Ghavam Al-Saltanah.
It seems that the building is affiliated with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Hedayat traces the presence of the ball in Iran and goes back in history with it.
And this is how an amorous cream of nature, a historical book, is written in one hundred and twenty pages.
Guidance for all the historical events it tells,
Provides conclusive and undeniable reasons. We see the history of navigation in this book. And that for example:
Why did Christopher discover the American pen instead of Marco Polo? And how the foot of Amerik Vesbus opened in the meantime.
About the author of the book Pearl Ball:
Sadegh Hedayat (born 28 Bahman 1281 – died 19 Farvardin 1330) was an Iranian writer, translator and intellectual.
He is known along with Mohammad Ali Jamalzadeh and the great Alavi and Sadegh Chubak, one of the fathers of modern Iranian fiction.
Hedayat was one of the pioneers of modern Iranian fiction as well as a prominent intellectual.
Many scholars have considered his novel The Blind Owl to be the most famous and brilliant work of contemporary Iranian fiction.
Although Hedayat’s reputation is in fiction,
But he has also translated works from ancient Persian texts such as Zand and Hooman Jessen, as well as from authors such as Anton Chekhov, Franz Kafka, Arthur Schnitzler, and Jean-Paul Sartre.
The volume of works and articles written about Sadegh Hedayat’s writings, life and suicide is evidence of his profound influence on the Iranian intellectual movement.
Many Iranian speakers of the next generations, from Gholam Hossein Saedi and Houshang Golshiri and Bahram Beizai to Reza Ghasemi and Abbas Maroufi
And the others, each one has been more or less influenced by the work and life of the guide and has talked about it.
If you can not believe it, go and ask those who have given two or three bricks more than you and me.
I guess they have not seen the period of going on a pearl ball.
They must have heard from their elders and fathers.
This is no longer something I want to miss.
Scholars and people know that during the time of Shah Shahid, a pearl ball was riding on his butt in Arg Square.
He looked up and down. They beat him on the head with a drum.
Every year, on Wednesday night, Syria was surrounded by dinner.
Menopausal drugs, narcissistic widows, freshly pissed daughters worked,
Insect rashes, or lucky immatures, would come in and out and circumambulate the ball.
2- Introducing the book in Aparat