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Sadeq Chubak, an anthology

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Published by Caravan Books, Center for Iranian Studies, Columbia University in Delmar, N.Y, New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementintroduced and edited by F.R.C. Bagley.
SeriesModern Persian literature series ;, no. 3
ContributionsBagley, F. R. C. 1915-, Columbia University. Center for Iranian Studies.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPK6561.C45 A2 1981
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 286 p. ;
Number of Pages286
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4271773M
ISBN 100882060481
LC Control Number81017970

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(last 2 p. blank) ; 25 cm. "A Words without borders anthology." Includes bibliographical references and index pt. The language of invention: the renaissance of Arabic literature, ; My country: the nationalization of Turkish literature, ; Once upon a time: politics and piety in Persian literature, ; Rise up!Pages:   After publishing her book in the United States, Berry left the UK to avoid contempt-of-court charges.) "Education for Leisure" by Carol Ann Duffy (Until the poem was studied at GCSE level in England and Wales as part of the AQA Anthology, a collection of poems by modern poets such as Duffy and Seamus Heaney.

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NADERPOUR, NADER (Nāder Nāderpur, b. Tehran, 16 Ḵordād Š./6 June ; d. Los Angeles, 29 Bahman Š./18 February ; Figure 1), noted poet and literary critic. LIFE. The eldest of six children, Nader Naderpour was born into a well-educated and cultured family.

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His translations include Jalal Al-e Ahmad's "By the Pen," Sadeq Chubak's "The Patient Stone," Simin Daneshvar's "Savushun," Ahmad Kasravi's "On Islam and Shi'ism," Sadeq Hedayat's "The Myth of Creation," Davud Ghaffarzadegan's "Fortune Told in Blood," Mohammad Reza Bayrami's "The Tales of Sabalan," Bahram Beyza'i's "Memoirs of the Actor in a Format: Paperback.

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His translations include Jalal Al-e Ahmad’s By the Pen, Sadeq Chubak's The Patient Stone, Simin Daneshvar's Savushun, Ahmad Kasravi's On Islam and Shi'ism, Sadeq Hedayat's The Myth of Creation, Davud Ghaffarzadegan's Fortune Told in Blood, Mohammad Reza Bayrami's The Tales of Sabalan, and Bahram Beyza'i's Memoirs of the Actor in a Supporting.

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Iranian Studies, xv () - SUMMER-AUTUMN Sadeq Chubak () selected his protagonists from the lower echelons of society and gave their mundane and uneventful lives a sense of grim dignity, He was the first writer of this generation to use the full potential of the dialogue as a narrative technique.

Ayn-al-Qużāt Hamadānī, also spelled Ain-al Quzat Hamedani or ʿAyn-al Qudat Hamadhani (–) (Persian: عین‌ القضات همدانی ‎), full name: Abu’l-maʿālī ʿabdallāh Bin Abībakr Mohammad Mayānejī (Persian: ابوالمعالی عبدالله بن ابی‌بکر محمد میانجی ‎), was a Persian jurisconsult, mystic, philosopher, poet and mathematician.

Ahmad Shamloo (Persian: احمد شاملو ‎‎, Ahmad Šāmlū Persian pronunciation: Azerbaijani: Ahməd şamlü, pdf known under his pen name A. Bamdad (Persian: ا. بامداد ‎‎)) (Novem – J ) was an Iranian poet, writer, and journalist of Azerbaijani ethnicity.

Shamloo was arguably the most influential poet of modern Iran. [2].The Patient Stone () by Download pdf Chubak: The Little Black Fish and Other Modern Persian Stories () by Samad Behrangi: Missing Soluch () by Mahmoud Dowlatabadi: Women Without Men () by Shahrnush Parsipur: Untranslated Garshaspnama (11th century) by Asadi Tusi: Chosrow and Shirin () by Nizami Ganjavi: Tutinama: Tales of a.

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