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Etemad Gallery Jan Feb 2015 Leila Vismeh The Rabbits Who Caused All The Trouble 03

باعث تمام دردسرها خرگوش‌ها بودند

 تا آنجا که جوان‌ترین فرد به یاد دارد، همیشه خانواده‌‌ای از خرگوش‌ها بودند که در نزدیکی دسته‌ای از گرگان زندگی می‌کردند. گرگان روزی اعلان کردند که روال زندگی خرگوش‌‌ها را نمی‌پسندند. ( گرگ‌ها شیفته روال زندگی خودشان بودند، چون اعتقاد داشتند که راه زندگی آن ها تنها راه زندگی است)،  شبی چند گرگ در زلزله‌ای از بین رفتند و گناه این مطلب برگردن خرگوش‌ها گذاشته شد. چون همه می دانند که خرگوش‌ها با پاهای عقبی خود به زمین می‌کوبند و باعث زلزله می‌شوند. شب دیگری گرگ دیگری را برق گرفت و گناه این مطلب هم به گردن خرگوش‌ها گذاشته شد، چون همه می‌دانند که کاهوخوران رعد و برق ایجاد می‌کنند. گرگ‌ها تهدید کردند که اگر خرگوش‌ها آرام نگیرند آنها را متمدن خواهند کرد و خرگوش ها تصمیم گرفتند که به جزیره‌ای متروک فرار کنند اما سایر جانوران که در فواصل بعید زندگی می‌کردند گفتند فرار شرم‌آور است. گفتند: شما باید همین جا بمانید و شجاع باشید. این دنیا برای فراریان ساخته نشده است. اگر گرگان به شما حمله کنند به احتمال قوی، ما به دفاع از شما خواهیم آمد؛ به این ترتیب خرگوش‌ها در جوار گرگ‌ها زندگی کردند و روزی سیل وحشتناکی آمد که عده کثیری از گرگان را غرق کرد، چون همه می‌دانند که هویج‌خوران و درازگوشان موجب سیل می‌شوند. گرگ‌ها به خاطر خود خرگوش‌ها بر آن ها تاختند و محض امنیتشان آنها

را در غار تیره و تاری زندانی کردند. وقتی پس از هفته‌ها خبری از خرگوش‌ها نیامد سایر جانوران جویای وضع شدند.  

گرگ‌ها پاسخ دادند که خرگوش‌ها خورده‌شده‌اند و چون خورده شده‌اند مسئله کاملا داخلی است، اما سایر جانوران اخطار کردند که اگر چنانچه دلیل قانع کننده‌ای برای از بین بردن خرگوش‌ها داده نشود محتمل است که همه جانوران بر علیه گرگ‌ها متحد بشوند. بنابراین گرگ‌ها دلیل آوردند: "خرگوش‌ها در صدد فرار برآمده بودند و همه می دانند که این دنیا برای فراریان ساخته نشده است. "

جیمز تربر

The Rabbits Who Caused All the Trouble

The wolves believe that their way of life is the only way to live, and therefore they dislike the rabbits. After an earthquake occurs the wolves incriminate the rabbits because "it is well known that rabbits pound on the ground with their hind legs and cause earthquakes". The wolves also blame the rabbits for a lightning strike that kills one of the wolves because "it is well known that lettuce-eaters cause lightning". After the wolves announce plans "to civilize" the rabbits if they don't stop causing natural disasters, the rabbits decide to flee to an island. However, the other nameless animals - living out of harm's way - convince the rabbits to stay because "This is no world for escapists" and guarantee them protection against the wolves - "in all probability".

After a flood - "it is well known that carrot-nibblers with long ears cause floods" - the wolves decide to imprison the rabbits, "for their own good". Weeks later the other animals notice the absence of the rabbits and ask the wolves about them. The wolves answer that it is "a purely internal matter" (because they ate the rabbits). The wolves also claim the rabbits were trying to escape "and, as you know, this is no world for escapists".

James Thurber

نمایشگاه آثار " لیلا ویسمه " با عنوان " باعث تمام دردسرها خرگوش ها بودند " بهمن 1393 گالری اعتماد 

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