Story (Zoyâ Pirzâd)
When I read a story, I want to read a story. I want to read about people, their relationships, their environment and their culture. I want to know where they live, what they eat and wear, how they act and react. I do not want being lectured by the writer on this and that issue. I do not want to know how knowledgeable the writer is about this and that subject. I do not want to be a witness and/or admirer of the writer’s technical skills. I do not want him/her to philosophize, to teach, to preach and at last but not the least; I do not need the writer’s judgment. I want a writer to put a mirror in front of me and let me, the reader; see a world, enjoy that world and draw my own conclusion(s).
This is what, as a writer, I try to do. I simply want to tell a story. I write stories about ordinary people, ordinary relationships and ordinary circumstances because; in ordinary one can find the most extraordinary. Life contains the most ordinary/extraordinary stories and all I want to do is to tell those stories.
Pour citer cette ressource :
Zoya Pirzad, "Story (Zoyâ Pirzâd)", La Clé des Langues [en ligne], Lyon, ENS de LYON/DGESCO (ISSN 2107-7029), avril 2014. Consulté le 07/12/2023. URL: https://cle.ens-lyon.fr/anglais/litterature/entretiens-et-textes-inedits/story-zoya-pirzad-