These flash fictions are short stories that, in a page or two, make such deep impacts that long novels may be incapable of. They are among the most effective Iranian ones. The cold-blooded narrator recounts war and poverty in the simplest form. She talks about the killed people whose bodies are lost, showing no sign of sympathy.
Using the minimum number of words, she makes a story out of a cheat, and in several lines transfers the sorrows of someone who is suffering from AIDS. The brevity of stories makes it easy to read them quickly, and the omnifarious subject matters are stunning.