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CHARACTERS ✓ Da'i i jan Napuli'un è ❰Read❯ ➲ Da'i i jan Napuli'un Author Iraj Pezeshkzad – Tushna-hram.ru A teenage boy makes the mistake of falling in love with the much protected daughter of his uncle mischievously nicknamed after his hero Napoleon Bonaparte the curmudgeonly self appointed patriarch of A teenage bRead Da'i i jan Napuli'un Author Iraj Pezeshkzad Tushna hram.ru A teenage boy makes the mistake of falling in love with the much protected daughter o.

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CHARACTERS ✓ Da'i i jan Napuli'un ایرج پزشکزاد born in Tehran is an Iranian writer and author of the famous Persian novel Dā'i Jān Napoleon.

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  • Ahmad Sharabiani

    CHARACTERS ✓ Da'i i jan Napuli'un Da'i i jan Napuli'unدایی جان ناپلئون Da'i i jan Napuli'un My Uncle Napoleon Iraj PezeshkzadMy Uncle Napoleon Dear Uncle Napoleon is a coming o


  • Jeffrey Keeten

    CHARACTERS ✓ Da'i i jan Napuli'un Da'i i jan Napuli'un”Once upon a time I was like you toovery sensitivevery melancholybut time changed mea person’s body is formed in the workshop of his mother’s body but a person’s soul in the workshop of the world”Our unnamed narrator is a teenage boy who finds himself pulled in all directions by his own burgeoning feelings of love the suabbles of his extended family and the generally confusing advice he gets from everyone he knows He knows one thing for sure that he loves his cousin Layli and if he can’t have her for his own he will just have to kill himself The drama of young love so easy to believe that it is all consuming His main obstacle turns out to be his own father not for the tra


  • Judy

    CHARACTERS ✓ Da'i i jan Napuli'un Da'i i jan Napuli'unI LOVED this book from page 1 to page 503 My interest in the story never lagged despite its length My Uncle Napoleon spins the story of a teenage boy narrator who falls in love with his first cousin Layli the dau


  • Zanna

    CHARACTERS ✓ Da'i i jan Napuli'un Da'i i jan Napuli'unIf you don't fancy reading my long review read Judy's which sums up what I liked about it very wellStill with me Ok I'll convey my main impressions in the first two paragraphs after that you have another opportunity to leaveWhen I read that this book had been made into a TV series I should have anticipated what it would be like it is a hologram Every part of it contains the image of the whole; the drama runs in place the characters are inalterable and apart from the nameless narrator and his beloved cousin who have no personalities at all are a broadly 'unsympathetic' bunch and the elements of the comedy are always the same Fortunately these are all entirely adeuate to the task of keeping me entertained for five hundred pagesTo be honest I'm uite surprised I enjoyed it so much as I don't think I would have read this if I had been told it was a


  • Giles

    CHARACTERS ✓ Da'i i jan Napuli'un Da'i i jan Napuli'unDid I enjoy thiswell why should I lie To the grave it'sahahfour fingersLovely story and wonderfully told Heartbreaking in places nerve jangling in others and often than not hilarious As funny as any adventure Bertie Wooster or Harry Flashman ever had this novel achieved that rare feat of making me laugh out loud while readingThe unnamed narrator who is little than a cypher but garners respect for using ever ingenious excuses to be at the heart of the action may well be involved in every scene but he is only one of a whole range of characters who are introduced and made effor


  • Jessica

    CHARACTERS ✓ Da'i i jan Napuli'un Da'i i jan Napuli'unI added My Uncle Napoleon to my wishlist after seeing it mentioned in Reading Lolita in Tehran as one of the author's favorite Iranian novels The book takes place in Tehran during World War II during the adolescence of the unnamed male narrator who has just at the onset of the story realized that he is madly in love with his cousin Layli Professing this love publically would be scandalous not because the two are cousins A marriage between cousins is arranged in heaven the characters uote but because Layli is promised to another older cousin and because the narrator's father and Layli's father are entrenched in a bitter rivalry from across the garden yard their houses share The novel is a comedic soap opera with the family members all out to get each other and planning elaborate actions and reactions behind eac


  • Heather S. Jones

    CHARACTERS ✓ Da'i i jan Napuli'un Da'i i jan Napuli'unI have never laughed so much even with The Idiot I don't know if that's enough to recommend a book But it is a classic in Iran; a glorious story about the foibles of a very complicated family I relish literature like this especially during times like this when entire countries are vilified by our government I seek to understand and literature is one of the things I greatly depend upon to round out the human celebratory elements of a people a civilization unknown to me


  • Jacob Overmark

    CHARACTERS ✓ Da'i i jan Napuli'un Da'i i jan Napuli'unYou will find him in most familiesThe eccentric uncle the uncle who have seen most of the world and lived to tell have conuered and slain dragons climbed the highest peaks and in his youth turned down an offer to father Marilyn Monroe´s yet unborn childrenHowever in most families he does not posses the ultimate power of a patriarchThis family is a bit different and even the story goes back to the time between WWI and WWII when family patterns and traditions played a prominent role the archetypes are still very recognizable anywhere in the world But let me not give the


  • Azita Rassi

    CHARACTERS ✓ Da'i i jan Napuli'un Da'i i jan Napuli'unAfter about forty years I had the chance of rereading this favorite book of mine this time in English translation The translation is excellent and the audiobook performance is great too although too slow for me I put the speed on 15 and then it was ok I laughed just as hard but there were elements in the novel that naturally had gone over my head when I first read it stealthily at the age of ten or eleven and I am very glad that I read it again as an adult Reading My Uncle Napoleon at


  • Dinah

    CHARACTERS ✓ Da'i i jan Napuli'un Da'i i jan Napuli'unGoodreads doesn't have an option that I can find Date I abandoned this book Since this book was so popular in Iran I wanted to understand what made it so popular I just couldn't finish it; I skimmed to the end It certainly reaffirms the notion that every family has its share of tiresome nutsThere are lots of people hiding in bushes eavesdropping one wonders how there could be so many strategically placed bushes; jokes about farts jokes about farts; jokes about sexual activity and Lorena Bobbitt jokes There are probably puns too but since I was reading a translation I wouldn't know The story centers around