So that from the old entrance of the city in DarvazeDolat, in front of Dolatkhane there is an old caravansary
after which bazar is started.
"Look around," he says, "You must see the faces of many people you've heard about." In order to impress her with his glittering caravansary
, Gatsby needs Daisy to turn from the rumors she's heard to the faces she can see, from the free-floating balloon of language to the material magnificence he has assembled to delight her.
An inn or hotel where caravans stopped overnight, primarily in the Middle East and Orient.
Even the dining room, which Cassy describes as being the space in the home where one could always find community when one desired, becomes, in her words, "a caravansary
where people dropped in and out on their way to some other place" (24).
Or was it just a caravansary
, abounding in the graffiti of travelers?
He knows that Bethlehem is small and that there is no caravansary
; he must be prepared to take what we have to offer."
Our" fatalism," writes William Raspberry of The Washington Post, is turning us into a "generation of animals," with no opinions, no expectations and no clear future: a bunch of bicycle messengers with master's degrees; a caravansary
of down-and-out slackers, Wayne's World computer hackers, New Jack City gangster rappers and MTV fiends; the doom-stricken Baby Bust behind the Baby Boom.
It is no gay pavilion, made of bright stuffs, and furnished with nuts and gingerbread, but as plain and sincere as a caravansary
; located in no Tarrytown, where you receive only the civilities of commerce, but far in the fields it exercises a primitive hospitality, amid the fresh scent of new hay and raspberries, if it be summer time, and the tinkling of cow-bells from invisible pastures; for it is a land flowing with milk and honey, and the newest milk courses in a broad, deep stream across the premises.
The Las Vegas mythos is twofold: on the one hand, the city is remote from the world, a hyperreal caravansary
in the desert, symbolic of a nuclear state which has changed dramatically the terms by which we define "reality" In their architectural study of Las Vegas, Robert Venturi, Denise Scott Brown, and Steven Izenour observe that "if you take the signs away, there is no place" (12).
in the northwest of Ardakan, this village has the following historical edifices, Haj Abolqasem Rashti caravansary
built in 1269 AH.
It is composed of a royal section and a general area, which includes residences of ordinary people, a bazaar, a caravansary
and a public bathhouse.
Its Bezirhane, a former caravansary
converted into a concert space, contains a grand piano purchased by owner GE[micro]kE-in Ilycaly for Klasik Keyifler's exclusive use for concerts and classes during the festival.