- Author:Dorit Rabinyan
- Publisher:Random House Trade Paperbacks (August 12, 2003)
- Pages:288 pages
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Dorit Rabinyan (Hebrew: דורית רביניאן; born September 25, 1972) is an Israeli writer and screenwriter. She was born in Kfar Saba to an Iranian Jewish family. She has published three novels, two of which have been widely translated.
Dorit Rabinyan (Hebrew: דורית רביניאן; born September 25, 1972) is an Israeli writer and screenwriter. She has also published a poetry collection and an illustrated children's book. She also writes for television. Her first novel Persian Brides won the Jewish Quarterly-Wingate Prize in 1999.
Strand of a Thousand Pearls. Six years ago, Dorit Rabinyan burst onto the scene with Persian Brides, a novel that established her as a writer of incandescent spirit with a gift for spinning wry, magical tales about the vagaries of love and marriage. In Strand of a Thousand Pearls, she has given us a bitter-sweet fable about desires fulfilled and denied-about married love and carnal love, about mother’s love and the kind of love that vanishes one night without warning, like an evaporated dream. Stay informed about books like Strand of a Thousand Pearls and more from Penguin Random House.
Dorit Rabinyan was born in Kefar-Saba, Israel, to Persian parents and wrote her first novel, Persian Brides, at twenty-one. Rabinyan won the Israeli Film Academy Award for best television drama of 1997 for Shuli’s Fiancé, and the Eshkol Prize for her second novel, Strand of a Thousand Pearls. She lives in Tel Aviv.
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Strand of a Thousand Pearls, Rabinyan, Dorit. In Strand of a Thousand Pearls, she has given us a bitter-sweet fable about desires fulfilled and denied-about married love and carnal love, about mothers love and the kind of love that vanishes one night without warning, like an evaporated dream.
Strand of a Thousand Pearls by Dorit Rabinyan . In her first novel, published in translation as Persian Brides (1998), Dorit Rabinyan followed the fortunes of a nineteenth century Jewish family living in a Persian village. Strand of a Thousand Pearls is set among Persian immigrants to modern Israel, but like the earlier work, it is the story of a matriarch who believes that only in marriage and childbearing can a woman find fulfillment. What Iran Azizyan does not realize is that she has been exceptionally lucky. Her husband happened to be gentle, considerate, and dependable.
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