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Samad Behrangi was an author who would always incorporate some kind of meaningful story in his writing. According to Samad, literature for children and teenagers was not a “Do and Do not” lecture, but a place for developing their social awareness. He would try to familiarize their creative and questioning minds with concepts like, justice, honesty and friendship.
He was a teacher in poor villages who knew exactly what poverty was. In his writing, he would consider the life of poor people, and the way they lived. His stories were dedicated to children from the disadvantaged side of the society. He is the author of stories like, The Little Black Fish, Oldooz and Speaker Doll, all stories with meaningful tales.
One peach and one thousand peaches is a story of a tree in which a gardener does everything to make it grow, but he fails.
Who knows why?
The author by asking this question is provoking the reader’s mind, as he is telling the story from the point of the peach tree itself.
The main protagonists, Poolad and SahebAli, are the voice of the poor, and the gardener is the rich, powerful, and uncaring part of society.
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