مرامنامه

 

استفاده و کپی برداری از تمامی مطالب

 

وبلاگ بلامانع می باشد، چنانچه مطلب یا

 

لینک مفیدی دارید که احساس می کنید

 

می تواند به بهتر شدن این وبلاگ کمک

 

کند، لطفا آن را در قسمت نظر بدهید درج

 

نمایید یا به آدرس  

 

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شود. ما را از نظرات خود بهرمند سازید.

 


ادامه مطلب
+ نوشته شده توسط حشمت اله فرهادی در یکشنبه پانزدهم فروردین 1389 و ساعت 14:15 |

بيان شفاهي داستان( oral reproduction of stories)

"A Day's Wait" Short Story – a general analysis

What is the plot of this story, "A Day's Wait" by Ernest Hemingway, and a general understanding, involved a-year-old boy named Schatz nine, his father and his doctor. Treasury believed that he is going to die when the doctor told his father that he in a fever of 102 degrees suffering.

The story took place before 9:00 clock in the morning, when Treasury father entered the room from him and look after 11:00 am ill, when his father returnedHunting and proved to be uncooperative. The season or autumn or winter because of frozen ice on the ground.


ادامه مطلب
+ نوشته شده توسط حشمت اله فرهادی در شنبه سیزدهم اسفند 1390 و ساعت 14:0 |

بيان شفاهي داستان( oral reproduction of stories)

"A Day's Wait"

The story opens as a father discovers that his 9-year-old boy, Schatz, has a fever. The father sends for the doctor and he diagnoses a mild case of influenza. As long as the fever doesn’t go above 104 degrees, the doctor says, the boy will be fine, and he leaves three different types of medication for the father to administer with instructions for each. Schatz’s temperature is determined to be 102 degrees.


ادامه مطلب
+ نوشته شده توسط حشمت اله فرهادی در شنبه سیزدهم اسفند 1390 و ساعت 13:58 |

بيان شفاهي داستان( oral reproduction of stories)

Tess summary

Summary: Chapter I

“Don’t you really know, Durbeyfield, that you are the lineal representative of the ancient and knightly family of the d’Urbervilles . . . ?”


ادامه مطلب
+ نوشته شده توسط حشمت اله فرهادی در دوشنبه ششم دی 1389 و ساعت 13:48 |

بيان شفاهي داستان( oral reproduction of stories)

Jude the obscure

Summary and analysis

Jude Fawley dreams of studying at the university in Christminster, but his background as an orphan raised by his working-class aunt leads him instead into a career as a stonemason. He is inspired by the ambitions of the town schoolmaster, Richard Phillotson, who left for Christminster when Jude was a child. However, Jude falls in love with a young woman named Arabella, is tricked into marrying her, and cannot leave his home village. When their marriage goes sour and Arabella moves to Australia, Jude resolves to go to Christminster at last. However, he finds that his attempts to enroll at the university are met with little enthusiasm.


ادامه مطلب
+ نوشته شده توسط حشمت اله فرهادی در یکشنبه بیست و هشتم آذر 1389 و ساعت 21:9 |

بيان شفاهي داستان( oral reproduction of stories)

Silas Marner

Summary and analysis

Silas Marner, a weaver, is an eager and promising young member of a Puritan religious community, Lantern Yard. Marner's supposed best friend, Willam Dane, frames him for the theft of a pouch of coins. Marner suffers from cataleptic fits which leave him as insensible as stone and vulnerable to Dane's frame-up. The community of Lantern Yard draws lots to determine Marner's guilt or innocence in the crime. After the lots proclaim Marner guilty, he flees from Lantern Yard, utterly crushed, leaving behind his faith in God and in humankind.


ادامه مطلب
+ نوشته شده توسط حشمت اله فرهادی در یکشنبه بیست و هشتم آذر 1389 و ساعت 21:7 |

بيان شفاهي داستان( oral reproduction of stories)

The Scarlet Letter

Summary and analysis

The Scarlet Letter follows the public shaming and punishment of a young woman named Hester Prynne in mid-17th century Boston (a.k.a. the Massachusetts Bay Colony). When Hester becomes pregnant, everyone believes her to be guilty of adultery: she has been separated from her husband for two full years, and the baby cannot be his. The magistrates (local law enforcers) and ministers order her to wear a scarlet letter "A" on the bodice of her dress, so that everyone can know about her adultery.


ادامه مطلب
+ نوشته شده توسط حشمت اله فرهادی در یکشنبه بیست و هشتم آذر 1389 و ساعت 21:5 |

the sniper  بيان شفاهي داستان

Setting

......."The Sniper" takes place in Ireland's largest city, Dublin, on the country's east coast on Dublin Bay, an inlet of the Irish Sea. The time is nightfall in June after the establishment of the Irish Free State in 1922. The sniper posts himself on a rooftop in central Dublin near the Four Courts building, which houses the high courts of Ireland, and O'Connell Bridge, which spans the River Liffey. The Liffey divides the city into two sections as it runs eastward to Dublin Bay. 

Characters


ادامه مطلب
+ نوشته شده توسط حشمت اله فرهادی در دوشنبه دهم آبان 1389 و ساعت 1:58 |

بيان شفاهي داستان

Home

Gwendolyn Brooks

Story summary

The story called 'Home' by Gwendolyn Brooks is a tragic story of a family losing their house. The climax of the story is when, Papa and his family were about to lose their ancestral home, because of lack of money. Although the story's center theme is about losing their shelter, much of it consists the conversation of Maud Martha and her family. Moreover, this story can also be compared with the modern time economic situation. Overall, the story is a taught tight edition of Miss Brooks and her creative writing about a family's struggle to regain their old home.

 

 

 

 

+ نوشته شده توسط حشمت اله فرهادی در جمعه سی ام مهر 1389 و ساعت 12:23 |

بيان شفاهي داستان

Crime on Mars  C.clarke

Story summary

Main plot involves a foiled theft attempt of a valuable museum piece in the generally crime free human colony on Mars. Thief wanted to take "Siren Goddess" from the Museum in Meridian City on Mars.


ادامه مطلب
+ نوشته شده توسط حشمت اله فرهادی در جمعه سی ام مهر 1389 و ساعت 12:21 |

بيان شفاهي داستان( oral reproduction of stories)

The Cask of Amontillado

Edgar Allen poe

Summary, analysis, setting, question

Summary

The narrator, Montresor, opens the story by stating that he has been irreparably insulted by his acquaintance, Fortunato, and that he seeks revenge. He wants to exact this revenge, however, in a measured way, without placing himself at risk. He decides to use Fortunato’s fondness for wine against him. During the carnival season, Montresor, wearing a mask of black silk, approaches Fortunato. He tells Fortunato that he has acquired something that could pass for Amontillado, a light Spanish sherry.


ادامه مطلب
+ نوشته شده توسط حشمت اله فرهادی در دوشنبه بیست و چهارم خرداد 1389 و ساعت 21:27 |

بيان شفاهي داستان( oral reproduction of stories)

Stolen Day
Sherwood Anderson


In history there are many tragedies that lie with the bodies of little children. Some are physical diseases and early death incidents. Most adults deny the accusations of these pains that are taking place. Like in the story “Stolen Day” we see a boy who not only has pain within his body but also within his heart.

“Stolen Day” by Sherwood Anderson follows the view of an average teenage boy. There is a


ادامه مطلب
+ نوشته شده توسط حشمت اله فرهادی در دوشنبه بیست و چهارم خرداد 1389 و ساعت 21:26 |

بيان شفاهي داستان( oral reproduction of stories)

The Story - Teller

Saki

This story is "a story within a story." A young man on a train by chance shares his coach with a woman with two children who are bored and fretful. When she is unsuccessful at entertaining them with a conventional and moralistic story, he mentions this, meaning no harm. The woman (actually the aunt of the two children) takes offense, however, and challenges him to try and do


ادامه مطلب
+ نوشته شده توسط حشمت اله فرهادی در دوشنبه بیست و چهارم خرداد 1389 و ساعت 21:23 |

بيان شفاهي داستان( oral reproduction of stories)

Rescue at sea

First Mate Robert Bruce finds a stranger at the Captain’s cabin. When he brings the captain to his cabin, he notices that someone has written in the slate,"Steer to the nor’ west." The captain changes course as the message has instructed.  Shortly, they see that a sailing ship bound from Quebec is a wreck. They rescue the passengers, one of whom appears to be the same man whom the mate had seen in the captain's cabin. The captain of the wreck ship informs them that the man has dreamed that he has been on board of the barque that was coming to their rescue.

Theme: sometimes providence unconsciously persuades us to do something that we don’t think about him

+ نوشته شده توسط حشمت اله فرهادی در شنبه هشتم خرداد 1389 و ساعت 19:42 |

بيان شفاهي داستان( oral reproduction of stories)

The Doll’s house

Major theme

the school is portrayed as a melting pot or mixing of all social classes, and the Kelveys as the lowest of the social classes. The other children are discouraged from talking to them; they are outcasts.

Summary:   An outline of the events portrayed in Katherine Mansfield's short story "The Doll's House," a satire about the two different worlds of adults and children and how they are separated from each other


ادامه مطلب
+ نوشته شده توسط حشمت اله فرهادی در شنبه هشتم خرداد 1389 و ساعت 19:40 |

بيان شفاهي داستان( oral reproduction of stories)

 The tell-tale heart

Summary of the story, theme, setting and ….

"True!--nervous--very, very dreadfully nervous I had been and am; but why will you say that I am mad? The disease had sharpened my senses--not destroyed--not dulled them. Above all was the sense of hearing acute. I heard all things in the heavens and in the earth. I heard many things in hell. How, then, am I mad?"

"...Now this is the point. You fancy me mad. Madmen know nothing. But you should have seen me. You should have seen how wisely I proceeded--with what caution--with what foresight--with what dissimulation I went to work! I was never kinder to the old man than during the whole week before I killed him."

It is impossible to say how the idea of murdering the old man first entered the mind of the narrator. There was no real motive as stated by the narrator: "Object there was none. Passion there was none. I loved the old man. He had never wronged me....For his gold I had no desire. I think that it was his eye


ادامه مطلب
+ نوشته شده توسط حشمت اله فرهادی در شنبه هشتم خرداد 1389 و ساعت 19:39 |

Oral Reproduction Of Stories(2)Lessons(3-6-8-12-17-20)

Word Meanings

 

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+ نوشته شده توسط حشمت اله فرهادی در یکشنبه بیست و ششم اردیبهشت 1389 و ساعت 23:28 |

بيان شفاهي داستان( oral reproduction of stories)

 

The Glove

R. U. Joyce 

James Dunne, the ex-burglar, is now a respectful jeweler in Brampton, who is recognized by a prisoner. The latter keeps blackmailing him to the extent that he is unable to afford it. Feeling desperate, he breaks into Richard Strong’s house, robs his gold ornaments and is forced to kill him for his own safety. Returning home, James finds out that he has left one of his gloves in the murder scene.


ادامه مطلب
+ نوشته شده توسط حشمت اله فرهادی در چهارشنبه بیست و دوم اردیبهشت 1389 و ساعت 17:26 |


بيان شفاهي داستان( oral reproduction of stories)

The Open Window 

H. H. Munro (Saki)

Framton Nuttel has been sent to a small country town in England to recover from some type of nervous condition. Framton's sister has provided him with letters of introduction to people she met when she had visited the same town, four years before The sister provided the letters to counter what she knows is Framton's tendency to hide from everyone and mope. Framton is leery of meeting strangers, but has decided to venture out on a formal visit to Mrs. Sappleton. When he arrives at Mrs. Sappleton's house, he finds that she is not immediately available. While he waits for Mrs. Sappleton to appear, he is received by her 15-year-old niece, Vera. With an artful piece of fiction she keeps him company. In the end, only the story makes his nervous condition worse, because he is shocked to see that Mrs. Sappleton husband and brother return home through the open window


ادامه مطلب
+ نوشته شده توسط حشمت اله فرهادی در سه شنبه هفدهم فروردین 1389 و ساعت 22:13 |


بيان شفاهي داستان( oral reproduction of stories)

The story of an hour

This paper explains that "The Story of an Hour", written in 1894, by Kate Chopin could be the story of any married woman in the days when divorce was only possible if the woman could prove adultery and always attached a social stigma that made the woman "a grass widow". The author points out that Kate Chopin (1851-1904) didn't start writing until after her husband died; therefore, the story may express her own experience and feelings about the lack of freedom for married women. The paper concludes that the ending is ironic because the reader knows that the protagonist Louise Mallard didn't die of the "joy that kills" but rather she couldn't go back to being the woman she had been before her enlightenment


ادامه مطلب
+ نوشته شده توسط حشمت اله فرهادی در سه شنبه هفدهم فروردین 1389 و ساعت 22:12 |


بيان شفاهي داستان( oral reproduction of stories)

The Flying Machine

Ray Bradbury

 

A servant informs the Emperor Yuan about a man flying with wings. The Emperor goes to the place and sees that a man clothed in bright papers and reeds is flying. The Emperor asks the man to come down and talk to him. When he lands, he tells the Emperor that he has invented a unique apparatus by which he can fly. The Emperor in turn shows the man the machine he has invented: a tiny garden with tiny creatures. The Emperor admits that they are both beautiful, but the flying machine is dangerous since someone may abuse it in the future, so he has the executioner behead him

+ نوشته شده توسط حشمت اله فرهادی در سه شنبه هفدهم فروردین 1389 و ساعت 22:10 |


بيان شفاهي داستان( oral reproduction of stories)

Old man at the bridge

Ernest Hemingway

A soldier (who is also the narrator) sees an old man resting on the side of a road near a pontoon bridge. Other civilians are crossing this bridge, but the old man is too tired to proceed any further. The old man tells the soldier that he is a native of San Carlos where he worked as a caretaker of animals.The old man seems more concerned for the safety of his animals than for his own safety. He has some relief in knowing that the cat will be able to fend for itself, and that since he has unlocked the cage, the birds can fly away, but the fate of the other animals is uncertain and the man is distraught by this.The soldier tries to encourage the old man to move a little farther along, for he knows the bridge is likely to be bombed. The old man, however, is simply too exhausted to proceed


ادامه مطلب
+ نوشته شده توسط حشمت اله فرهادی در سه شنبه هفدهم فروردین 1389 و ساعت 22:8 |


بيان شفاهي داستان( oral reproduction of stories)

THE KITTEN” BY RICHARD WRIGHT

Plot Summary: This is a story of a boy who tries to get even with his father. The child resents his father’s authority for it is not based on a relationship of trust and communication. The father, a night porter, must sleep during the day, and therefore cannot spend much time with his son. The son feels impotent before his father’s (perceived) harsh discipline. The boy, therefore, devises a plan which will transfer impotence to the father. When told to “quiet” a kitten, the son takes his father’s words, “kill the damn thing!” literally. What follows is the impotence of the father with regard to this action, the mother’s take-over in the role of punisher/advisor, and the boy’s . resultant experience of guilt


ادامه مطلب
+ نوشته شده توسط حشمت اله فرهادی در سه شنبه هفدهم فروردین 1389 و ساعت 22:3 |


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