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From the pen of Mick Jackson, come these ten acclaimed tales. Featuring undertakers, dark forests, resurrected butterflies and a singularly mean-spirited horse, the stories are nevertheless rooted in the realistic and all too recognisable world of retirement, loneliness, and childhood boredom. By turns funny, scary and heartbreaking, they are always illuminating, and further evidence of one of the most original and brilliant imaginations in contemporary fiction.


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یک فانتزی ساده ی خوب.
هر چقدر که کتاب مال ده یازده ساله پیشه اما بازم ایده هاش در عین سادگی جذاب و حتی نابن. البته که پیش از این چند اقتباس کوتاه از روی داستانای این مجموعه دیده بودم اما خوندنش کیف دیگه ای داره. نثر ساده و طنازش و روایت هایی که معمولا از طریق زاویه دید دانای کل یا دانای محدودن شیرینی کار رو چند برابر کرده.
رک بگم من از این سبک و سیاق فانتزی که خیلی هم من رو یاد داستانای تیم برتون و یا نیل گیمن می اندازه، خوشم میاد. شاید سلیقه ی دیگران متفاوت باشه و نپسندن. ممکنه برخی هم به دلیل سادگی گمان کنن که این داستانا برای نوجوانان مناسبه اما کنایه های موجود درش نشون می ده که بیشتر مخاطب بزرگسال مدنظر بوده.
محوریت درون مایه های کار بیشتر حول تنهایی و انزوا-چه خودخواسته چه ناخواسته- تفاوت و طرد شدگی- ترس، از نو ساختن، تلاش برای به دست آوردن خواسته ی مورد نظر می گرده.

مشاهده لینک اصلی
Ten sorry tales, Mick Jackson
From the pen of Mick Jackson, author of The Underground Man and Five Boys, come these ten acclaimed tales. Featuring undertakers, dark forests, resurrected butterflies and a singularly mean-spirited horse, the stories are nevertheless rooted in the realistic and all too recognisable world of retirement, loneliness, and childhood boredom.
By turns funny, scary and heartbreaking, they are always illuminating, and further evidence of one of the most original and brilliant imaginations in contemporary fiction.
تاریخ نخستین خوانش: اول نوامبر سال 2008 میلادی
عنوان: تارک دنیا مورد نیاز است (ده داستان تاسف بار)؛ نویسنده: میک جکسون؛ مترجم: گلاره اسدی آملی؛ تهران، نشر چشمه، 1386؛ در 158 ص، مصور؛ چاپ سوم تابستان 1387؛ چاپ چهرم 1387، چاپ پنجم پائیز 1388؛ شابک: 9789643623982؛ موضوع: داستانهای خنده دار و طنز از نویسندگان انگلیسی - قرن 21 م
مجموعه ی ده داستان با عنوانهای: خواهران پی‌یرس؛ پسری که خواب رفت؛ قایقی در سرداب؛ جراح پروانه‌ ها؛ تارک دنیا مورد نیاز است؛ ربودن موجودات فضایی؛ دختری که استخوان جمع می‌کرد؛ بی هیچ رد پایی؛ گذر از رودخانه؛ و دزد دکمه؛
خواهران پی‌یرس: داستان دو خواهر است که به دور از اجتماع و تنها زندگی می‌کنند و با ماهی‌گیری زندگی خود را می‌گذرانند. آن‌ دو روزی به مردی که در دریا گرفتار طوفان شده کمک می‌کنند و عاشق میشوند
قایقی در سرداب: داستان پیرمردی بازنشسته است که پس از سی سال فروشندگی در یک مغازه ابزار فروشی بازنشسته شده و بیکاری دمار از روزگارش درآورده، او در زیر زمین خانه اش به ساخت قایق رویایی خویش میپردازد ا. شربیانی

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Mick Jackson can write. His sentences are crisp and lead you from one to the next, ignoring the kettle boiling dry in the kitchen you just want to read a bit more, just to finish that paragraph, and then the next and then... the kettle blew. (view spoiler)[Luckily it was only the fuse. (hide spoiler)]

The whole of the rest of this review could be called a spoiler. Dont read it if you think you might read the book. I dont normally reprise the plot of a book, but this time I couldnt resist it.

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The stories are either not of equal merit or not of equal appeal. I found some, like The Hermit, which others have praised to be less than enchanting. In this story a very rich and vapid couple employ an itinerate man to live in a cave and, taking a vow of silence, just think, hopefully deep thoughts. (view spoiler)[But he is a fad, and although he does as they ask, grow his nails and hair and be the wild man of the woods, when they move on to their next interest they renege on their side of the bargain which was to provide him with good food, the food that had tempted him to take the job. They give him plate-scrapings and this in the poverty of his intellectual life, is all he thinks on. The resentment within him grows monstrous and eventually he kidnaps their darling child. And thats that. (hide spoiler)]

A story of middling ground, neither genius nor quite as boring as The Hermit, was The Pearce Sisters. Two old biddies live alone by a wild coast where they survive by fishing. They rescue a drowning man who for some reason when he is revived screams in horror at his rescuers and instead of being grateful curses them out. (view spoiler)[He meets the fate of kippers, finnan haddie and salmon! Gutted and stitched he is hung in the smoking house until well-preserved. And then, nicely dressed and posed, he becomes their resident male.

They are so delighted by having a man about the house, they add another, and another, and finally complete their collection with a fourth. Four leathery smoked dead men and two old spinsters, and they all live happily ever after. (hide spoiler)]


But the best story, magical, genius in its concept is the 7 star A Rowboat in the Cellar. An old man with nothing much to do in his retirement years, builds a boat in his cellar and is dismayed when he realises he cannot get it up the stairs. (view spoiler)[Some while later there is a flood and his cellar is under three feet of water. He enjoys rowing his boat in the limited space and when the waters subside he enlarges his cellar with digging, surreptitiously dumping the soil out at night.

Another flood and the army come to sandbag the area. This dismays the old man who wants his newly-enlarged cellar to flood and so he begins to sabotage the defences and throw the sandbags into the river. A man, of the same vintage years, comes and aids him, then two or three more. The waters break through and the area floods.

Back at home he finds his cellar flooded, and rows his boat to the limit of the newly-enlarged space. But the floods dont stop and soon he is jammed at the end of the cellar and the roof in fear of his life. The waters break through the wall of his cellar and his boat floats out into ... a magical underground lake decorated with stalagtites and illuminated by dim glow of phosphorence. He sees he is not alone, but one of many old men rowing their boats in companionable silence, lost in their own thoughts but friendly nonetheless. And so with a flask of tea and sandwiches he rows away his days on this enchanted lake. (hide spoiler)]


That last story is so wonderful I reread it twice, one time after the next. It would make a great little half-hour tv drama production.

A lovely book, patchy but nonetheless a good read. A solid 4-stars.

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داستانهاش به طرز آزاردهنده ای،دوست داشتنین:)

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خيلي ساده 😊 خوب 😊 دلنشين 😊

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I know I shouldnt say this is the best book ever, because hardly anyone else who reads it will think that. But it was just so my sort of thing: dark, quirky, absurd, childish, wise, serious, humorous, ugly, beautiful. Its everything I love and everything I aspire to. It took me a week to read it, because I deliberately slowed down in order to savour every word. I didnt want it to end.

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تيم برتون به زبان ميك جكسون

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