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Appointment in Aleppo
Translated from the Persian by Diane L. Wilcox
by Jaafar Modarres-Sadeghi
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"Appointment in Aleppo" was first published in Persian in 2004, although Modarres-Sadeghi had completed the writing of the novel two years earlier, in other words, in the wake of the tragic events of the morning of September 11, 2001, that is, the suicide...

$15.00
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The book offers much rich new material in the field of Iranian iconography, including bold metaphysical speculations on the theme of light metal work and pottery, in-depth studies of the meanings associated with various animals in both the pagan Turkish and...

$55.00
Avicenna’s Metaphysics of the Shifā
Facsimile Edition of MS Malek Library (Tehran) 1085, Dated 509H/1115
by Amos Bertolacci, Gholamreza Dadkhah
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If the Šifāʾ (The Cure, or The Healing) in its entirety deserves to be considered Ibn Sīnā’s masterpiece in philosophy, the same can be said in particular of its metaphysical section (Ilāhiyyāt, Divine Things): this final and culminant part of the entire work...

$350.00
Inscriptions in Old Persian Cuneiform
Introduction by St John Simpson
by Ralph Norman Sharp
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Among the .proud remains and wonderful memorials of the ancient land of Iran/Persia are the palaces which the Achaemenian Kings built at Pasargadae and Persepolis of massive polished stones in an incomparable manner. Each one of these splendid buildings, the...

$65.00
No Heaven for Gunga Din
by Ali Mirdrekvandi (a.k.a. Gunga Din)
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Unique is a word much abused these days, but no other description be applied to this charming , original, and altogether primitive parable written in broken and eloquent English by an Iranian/Persian peasant for the entertainment of the British and American ...

$15.00
The Collected Works of Mirza Fath-Ali Akhundzadeh
Eited by Hasan Javadi
by Mirza Fath-Ali Akhundzadeh
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Mirza Fath-Ali Akhundzadeh (1812-78) was the father of modern Azerbaijani and Persian drama, a man of letters, propagator of a new alphabet, and one of the most outspoken free-thinkers of the Islamic world in the nineteenth century. A reformer and liberal,...

$35.00