The silence of the Lambs

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Title: The Silence of the Lambs

Author: Thomas Harris

Translator: Neda Relative

Publisher: Bubble

Subject: American stories

Age category: Adult

Number of pages: 295

Language: Farsi

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The Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris, one of the best-selling novels in Europe and the United States, tells the story of a cannibalistic psychiatrist named Hannibal Lecter.

This crazy and dangerous man helps the young FBI agent to find the serial killer from behind the bars of the hospital and plots sinister plans to escape.

About the book Silence of the Lambs:
Dr. Hannibal Lecter was only a minor character in The Red Dragon, but Thomas Harris in The Silence of the Lambs made him a central figure in the story. In 1988, “Silence of the Lambs” consistently topped the bestseller books in the United States and was well received in other European countries.

Three years later, Jonathan Demi made a film based on the novel of the same name and cast Dr. Lecter as Anthony Hopkins. The result was extraordinary, the audience and critics alike welcomed the film, and the director won an Oscar.


Synopsis of the book Silence of the Lambs:
Clarice Sterling is a young girl with a degree in psychology who is training in crime management.

He is being handled by the FBI in connection with the case of a serial killer named Buffalo Bell. This killer skinns his victims, who are all women, and sews clothes for himself. In the meantime, only one person can help them, and that is none other than the cannibalistic psychiatrist named Hannibal Lecter, who has previously dealt with Buffalo!

Lecter was previously a psychiatrist but has now been sentenced to life in prison and is being held in a mental hospital; Because he is a cannibal and is considered a very dangerous creature, so much so that FBI agents are afraid of him.
Despite all this, the FBI Director believes that Dr. Lecter is able to help them find Buffalo Bill. They have not yet been able to identify Buffalo Bell, and the only thing he knows about him is his fake name.

Sterling visits Lecter with great fear, and a strange relationship develops between him and the cannibal behind the bars of the sanatorium, a relationship that binds their destinies together.
The amazing success of The Silence of the Lambs prompted Harris to write the rest of the story, and Hannibal’s book, though it did not live up to The Silence of the Lambs, won over fans.

In this thriller novel, Hannibal is no longer free and has a quiet life in Italy, but one of Dr. Lecter’s former victims of cannibalism, who is now out of his normal life, does anything to seek revenge, and Clarice’s foot is opened to the story.

Hannibal Lecter Collection:
This three-volume series is called The Red Dragon, The Silence of the Lambs, and Hannibal, respectively. In this fascinating trilogy, the author creates a lasting character like Hannibal Lecter and describes the adventures that take place around him.

Prizes and honors of the book Silence of the Lambs:
– The best-selling book of 1988 in the United States and Europe
Winner of the Bram Stoker Prize for the 1988 novel
Nominated for the 1989 World Fantasy Story Award
Winner of the Anthony Best Novel Award 1989
Winner of the 1989 Best Translated Japanese Book Award
Nominated for Best CWA Crime Novel of 2013
Excerpts from the book Silence of the Lambs:
– ممتاز. (New York Times)
– With beautiful and pleasant writing. (San Francisco Examiner)
– With fast rhythm … attractive … exciting. (Chicago Tribune)
Learn more about Thomas Harris:
The American author was born on April 11, 1940, and is best known for writing a collection of novels about Hannibal Lecter.

All of Thomas Harris’ works have been turned into films, and the most famous of these is called The Silence of the Lambs. Harris began his career as a criminal journalist, and after a while he progressed very fast.

His first novel, Black Sunday, was published in 1975, and two years later John Frankenheimer made an adaptation of it. His next novels were The Red Dragon, 1981; The Silence of the Lambs was 1988 and Hannibal was 1999.

In a part of the book Silence of the Lambs, we read:
“Lecter is really a nuisance,” Sheilton turned his head. It regularly takes ten minutes each day for the letters, magazines and newspapers sent to him to be moved. We tried to remove his subscriptions to reduce their number, but he wrote a letter to the court and we had to leave him alone.

The number of his personal letters is very large. Thank God, their number has recently decreased, because the new news has overshadowed him.
For a while, it seemed that few students writing a doctoral dissertation on psychology wanted to include lectures in their dissertation. “Medical journals still publish them, but mostly because of Lecter’s reputation.”

“I think he wrote an interesting article about surgical addiction in the journal Clinical Psychology,” Sterling said.
“You do, don’t you?” We tried to examine Lecter and thought that this was the best opportunity to do a thorough research. “Rarely can a living specimen be found.”
“A living example of what?”

“From a complete anti-social point of view, he really is such a creature. But it is impenetrable and very complicated and misleading for standard and standard tests. He hates us and thinks I am his Azrael. Crawford is very smart, isn’t he? “In the case of Lecter, he uses you.”

book summary:
A serial killer known only by the strange name “Buffalo Bill” is watching the women. He has sinister intentions, but no one can identify him, because the bodies are discovered in different states.

Clarice Starling, the young FBI police officer, is commissioned by his superiors to interview Dr. Hannibal Lecter, nicknamed “Cannibal Cannibal,” who is being held in a psychiatric ward under extreme security conditions.
Dr. Lecter himself was once a master psychoanalyst with a strong history, specializing in exploring the dark corners of the human personality. Her identification with the murderer of women and young police is the main focus of the story of “Silence of the Lambs” by Thomas Harris. According to many critics and audiences, the book is cleverly and masterfully written that will make your hair stand on end.

About the book The Silence of the Lambs:
Many audiences and critics consider Harris to be one of the best novelists in the genre of suspense and psychology. “This book is incredibly exciting and written with a unique beauty. It can’t get any better,” said popular American author Clive Barker, praising the novel.

Silence of the Lamb movie:
In 1991, a film with the same title was made, starring Anthony Hopkins and Judy Foster, which, in addition to receiving valuable awards such as the Academy Award, was able to garner a lot of votes and opinions.

About the author:
Thomas Harris is a 79-year-old American author best known for his “Hannibal Lecter” series. Many of his works have been turned into films or series, and he has won numerous awards.

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