Suicide Shop

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Title: Suicide Shop

Author: Jean Toli

Translator: Masoumeh Tajmiri

Publisher: Yoshita

Subject: French story

Age category: Adult

Number of pages: 136

Language: Farsi

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Jean Toli’s Suicide Shop is one of the most brilliant and shocking works of black fantasy. This strange novel was published in 2007, attracted everyone’s attention and has been translated into more than 20 languages.

Throughout The Suicide Shop, the presence of death is felt, with Jean Teule waging a symbolic war against the quest for hope in life, full of subtle jokes that will ultimately surprise you. . In fact, this book is a complete satire on death and hope.

In a distant land, humans have destroyed many natural resources. The air is very polluted and there are no more flowers. Being happy and laughing is one of the strangest things, and people have no reason to be alive. Suicide is common and very common, and people come to the suicide shop to end their bitter life to choose their own method of suicide. A shop with suicide tools and equipment. All kinds of tools can be found in it.

From poisons to ropes, from suicidal weapons to deadly viruses. A unique store in an unknown time and place. The Suicide Shop boasts that it helps people get rid of life, and its motto is:

“Have you failed in life?” “At least be successful in your death.”
The shop is owned by the Touach family. They provide services to those who intend to commit suicide. The Touach family even give suicide counseling to their clients, offering them a variety of ways to end their painful lives. The family has a daughter, Marilyn, and a son, Vincent. The two children are named after Marilyn Monroe and Vincent Van Gogh, important personalities who committed suicide. Everything is going well in the suicide shop and in the Twach family. The son of the family invents new devices for suicide and the desire to commit suicide is increasing day by day.

Family members do their job well until Allen is born. Allen is reminiscent of Alan Turing, a genius English scientist and mathematician. Turing became depressed late in life for personal reasons, and his lifeless body was found on his bed, with a bitten, cyanide-soaked apple lying beside his bed. Allen is different from all his depressed and depressed family. He is quite cheerful and lively, does not follow the rules of the shop and is incredibly positive and optimistic. Allen’s differences cause the shop’s depressed customers to change as well.
In this novel, the French writer, designer and director Jean Tolly skillfully describes the issue of suicide or surviving in dark conditions in the form of humor. Suicide Shop is his most famous work. Imagine for a second you were transposed into the karmic driven world of Earl. Life expectancy is diminishing every moment and you are hearing sad news every day.

The planet is moving towards destruction and the living conditions are becoming more difficult day by day. What might people do in this situation? Do they continue to live with love and affection? Most people in this situation may not commit suicide but are more likely to think about suicide. In this situation, the existence of a suicide shop is not far from the mind and impossible. A shop where the philosophy of its existence is to help broken and hopeless people. People who, despite all their failures, can succeed in death.
Throughout this novel, Jean Toli leads you to hope and to continue living. He tells you that life with all its problems is still beautiful. In fact, it is you who chooses what to see.

It also teaches you that the love of life is more in favor of suicide. But when you come to the final sentences of the book, you are very surprised. The book’s concluding sentences deal a crushing blow to you, a blow that is unpredictable and destroys everything you have in mind. The end of this book is one of the most challenging endings that has been on your mind for a long time. An end that can be interpreted differently.

In parts of the Suicide Shop book we read:
“Allen!” How many times do I have to tell you? When our customers buy from the store, I do not tell them they will see you soon. We say goodbye to them. Because they will never return. “When are you going to put this in your head?” Lucris Twach angrily wrapped the paper behind his back and hid it, shaking with nervousness. Her little child was standing in front of her, looking at her cheerfully and kindly.

Ms. Tuach leaned over and said in a stronger, more reproachful tone, “And one more thing; Finish this jingle. When someone comes here, you should not tell him, he says to Allen, “Good morning.” You have to tell them in the tone of a dead man, “What a filthy day, madam.”

Or say, “I hope that world is a better place for you, Monsieur.” Please remove this ridiculous smile from your face as well. Do you want to try this piece of bread? What is the behavior that when you see someone, you roll your eyes and move your hands behind the flesh and nod them? Did you think customers would see your stupid smile here? You really die on the nail. “You are forcing us to muzzle you.”

“We guarantee suicide. If you do not die, we will return your chicken. Now, you will not regret this purchase. Athletes like you! Just take a deep breath and move towards your goal. “At the same time, as I always say, you only die once, so make that moment unforgettable.”
“We have always had problems with natural products and wildlife. From golden frogs to black vipers and spiders! Do you know what? The problem is that people are so lonely that they are re-attracted even when we sell them these poisonous creatures. “It’s strange that these creatures have the same feeling and do not bite.”
Suicide Shop is a shocking black fantasy. Born in 1953, it is a work by French writer, designer and director Jean Tolly. This novel is the most famous work of Jean Toli, which was published in 2007 and has been translated into more than twenty languages.
The Suicide Shop novel is one of the most brilliant works of black fantasy written in the world in the last two decades. There is a dense presence of death throughout the book, and instead of trying to build life expectancy, it has created a symbolic battle full of subtle jokes that is ultimately supposed to nail the reader.

An excerpt from the text on the back of the book reads:
French writer and screenwriter Jean Tolly’s bizarre novel is a perfect satire on death and hope. The novel is about a shop selling suicide tools and equipment. There are all kinds of pigs in it. From poisons to ropes, from suicidal weapons to deadly viruses. A unique store in an unknown time and place.

In this novel, Jean Tolly expresses the important issue of suicide or continuing to live in a gloomy situation in the form of humor. Imagine living in a world full of failure and darkness. Life expectancy is dwindling, and more and more catastrophic news is being spread every day. The planet is moving towards destruction and the living conditions are becoming more difficult day by day. What might people do in this situation?

Do they continue to live with love and affection? Most people in this situation are more likely to think about suicide if they do not commit suicide. In this situation, the existence of a suicide shop is not far from the mind. A shop where the philosophy of existence is to help broken people. People who, despite all their failures, can succeed in death.

One of the most interesting parts of the book, in which the Twach family warms up the market by offering it for their work, is watching TV news. News that contains black news 99% of the time. News that destroys life expectancy.
But in the face of all the blackness in the novel, Allen, the son of the family, is a light in the dark. Mr. and Mrs. Touach are fed up with Allen’s smiles and optimism, and even when they offer him the news, Allen finds something positive and praises the new look of the newscaster! The Touach family has run a suicide shop for many generations, and none of them has ever had a life expectancy. Even Allen’s siblings object to their parents: So when can we commit suicide?

Throughout the Suicide Shop novel, Jean Tolly encourages the audience to be hopeful and to continue. He tells us that life, despite all its problems, can still be beautiful. In fact, it is we who choose what to see. We can watch negative news but see the beautiful appearance of the newscaster.

Suicide is popular. But the reader is greatly surprised when he arrives at the final sentences of the book. The final sentences of the book deal a crushing blow to the audience, a blow that is unpredictable and may destroy everything the reader has in mind.
The end of this book is one of the most challenging endings that I believe has occupied the reader’s mind for a long time. An end that can be interpreted differently.

Sentences from the text of the Suicide Shop book
Ms. Touach was still standing at the foot of the trunk, unable to take her eyes off the stroller. The stroller shook and the squeak of his voice mingled with the echo of the baby’s laughter. Mr. and Mrs. Touach looked at each other puzzled. “damn it…”

We guarantee suicide. If you do not die, we will return your chicken. Now, you will not regret this purchase. Athletes like you! Just take a deep breath and move towards your goal. At the same time, as I always say, “You only die once, so make that moment unforgettable.”

We have always had problems with natural products and wildlife. From golden frogs to black vipers and spiders! Do you know what? The problem is that people are so lonely that they are re-attracted even when we sell them these poisonous creatures. It is strange that these creatures have the same feeling and do not bite

This is life. If you take it hard, it will be hard for you. This is what we value. For all its shortcomings, this world has its beauties. We should not expect too much from life. You can’t fight him! It is better to see the half full glass.

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