Said Sayrafiezadeh Quotes

Top 8 wise famous quotes and sayings by Said Sayrafiezadeh

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Said Sayrafiezadeh Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Said Sayrafiezadeh quotes: Of course, I had a paradigm of a certain city in my head when I wrote these stories, a city that inspired my imagination, but it was only inspiration. Of course, I had a paradigm of a certain city in my head when I wrote these stories, a city that inspired my imagination, but it was only inspiration.
Said Sayrafiezadeh quotes: My childhood was defined by my father's absence. His presence looms so large. Up until the age of 18, he was a superstar for me. My childhood was defined by my father's absence. His presence looms so large. Up until the age of 18, he was a superstar for me.
Said Sayrafiezadeh quotes: I feel more Jewish than I do Iranian. I feel more Jewish than I do Iranian.
Said Sayrafiezadeh quotes: I suppose my Iranian identity is one of the driving forces for being a writer: I want to set the record straight about who I really am. I suppose my Iranian identity is one of the driving forces for being a writer: I want to set the record straight about who I really am.
Said Sayrafiezadeh quotes: My characters are not underachievers; they aspire to great things, but they are limited by the world around them. My characters are not underachievers; they aspire to great things, but they are limited by the world around them.
Said Sayrafiezadeh quotes: I work in the most non-Communist job. I work for 'Martha Stewart Living.' I work in the most non-Communist job. I work for 'Martha Stewart Living.'
Said Sayrafiezadeh quotes: We were poor, my mother and I, living in a world of doom and gloom, pessimism and bitterness, where storms raged and wolves scratched at the door. We were poor, my mother and I, living in a world of doom and gloom, pessimism and bitterness, where storms raged and wolves scratched at the door.
Said Sayrafiezadeh quotes: I wake when my wife wakes, at 7:30 A.M. I'd like to sleep longer, but she has to go off to work, and I'd be plagued with guilt. I wake when my wife wakes, at 7:30 A.M. I'd like to sleep longer, but she has to go off to work, and I'd be plagued with guilt.