What the pieces have in common is their fairly large scale. They also all have an almost mythological weight (which I felt even before reading the descriptions and the meaning of each piece).
Without going into all of these, Farhad and Shirin, is an Iranian story about a stone mason trying to win the hand of a princess by completing an impossible task. The task proves less impossible than imagined but there is still no happy ending.
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