Infiltrated Mona Lisa
Author: Shahrokh Giva
ISBN: 9789643117320
First print: 2008
Last print: 3rd, 2011
Main language: Persian
Page count: 208
Publisher: Qoqnoos Publishing House
 
 
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Infiltrated Mona Lisa

Text Title: The love that challenges an old curse

Soutitle: In Oriental cultures, a manic person is often referred to as possessed by Jinns, meaning a human being haunted by supernatural forces and stripped of his free will.

Sentence: His grandfather has long been missing and now his son, an acclaimed physician, suffers from the same omen.

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In Oriental cultures, a manic person is often referred to as possessed by Jinns, meaning a human being haunted by supernatural forces and stripped of his free will. In the novel, an oriental soul, possessed and disturbed, is portrayed in the passage of time with the attractive name of “Infiltrated Mona Lisa”, the morality spread out among all mankind.

Haadi Khan falls in love and his love is haunting. His father is a member of Qajar royal family yet he yearns for an escape from his ancestral faith: Hadi, his great grandfather and all his forefathers before have inherited a curse that they would suffer for love, anguish so great that would eventually strips them of reason and drive them to suicide.

In the first chapter, Haadi Khan is determined to challenge the curse by taking a drug an English doctor prescribes. Haadi is temporarily numb towards women yet as soon as the effect fades, he is infatuated by the lover of the Qajar king slipping into lunacy day after day. His father has already committed suicide in an unattained love affair, his grandfather has long been missing and now his son, an acclaimed physician, suffers from the same omen.

Long Introduction