Silent Rumble. Fahimeh Rahimi (born 1331 – died 1392) is the author of popular Iranian novels. He holds the record for having 7 books among the 47 best-selling books after the 1957 revolution in Iran. Expressing women’s issues, fears and aspirations, exaggerating emotions and paying attention to the issue of separation and joining are characteristic of her works.
Excerpts from the book Silent Rumble (text pleasure)
I was believing that my family was an enemy and they did not want to see me. It is more accurate to say that I believed. Now I know that at that time I did not have a sense of responsibility and cooperation with others. The third suitor who came to me when he handed me the basket of flowers, with a look at him who had neither a necklace nor a bracelet nor his mother a mobile jeweler, I was involuntarily curious to know who he was and what he was thinking …
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