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A Rebirth
Translated from the Persian by David Martin. With an introduction by Farzaneh Milani. Illustrations by Azar Hicks.
by Foroogh Farrokhzaad
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Foroogh Farrokhzaad (1935-67) is the leading feminist of Iran of this century and the greatest Persian poetess of modern style. A Rebirth [Tavallodi Digar] is a collection of a woman’s new identity as “woman as lover” rather that “woman as domestic” in Iran....

$10.00
Armenian Communities of the Northeastern Mediterranean
Musa Dagh—Dört-Yol—Kessab
by Richard G. Hovannisian
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Armenian Communities of the Northeastern Mediterranean is the fourteenth volume to be published in the UCLA series, Historic Armenian Cities and Provinces. Even though the northeastern reaches of the Mediterranean Sea were not a part of historic Greater...

$45.00
Cinema of Armenia
With and Introduction by Dickran Kouymjian
by Siranush Galstyan
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This book is the first English language study of Armenian cinema. It is divided into twelve chapters, followed by an appendix on animation. Chapter 1 explores the birth of cinema in Armenia in 1899 with a screening in Yerevan and provides the setting for...

$65.00
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Mulla Nasreddin is one of the most celebrated personalities in Persian folklore. He is a character who appears in thousands of stories, always witty, sometimes wise, even philosophic, sometimes the instigator of practical jokes on others and often a fool or...

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Contemporary Iranian Photography edited by Abbas Daneshvari offers five essays with interpretive comments on the photography of post-1980s Iran, including the emerging style and concepts of the field. The authors note that this art has shown unprecedented...

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Dining at the Safavid Court
Madatolhayat [The Substance of Life], 16th Century Royal Persian Recipes by Nurollah.
by M. R. Ghanoonparvar
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"Madatolhayat" is one of the few pre-twentieth century Persian culinary sources to have survived. Its author, Nurollah, was the chef to the most renowned king of the Safavid Dynasty, Shah Abbas I (1588-1629). Regarded as one of the greatest monarchs in...

$35.00
Iranian Film and Persian Fiction
by M. R. Ghanoonparvar
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In this book, Prof. M. R. Ghanoonparvar explores the differences between the narrative strategies of Iranian filmmakers and modernist Persian fiction writers. While most published studies on Iranian cinema and Persian fiction focus either on literature or on...

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Kurdish Nationalist Movement in the 1990s
Its Impact on Turkey and the Middle East.
by Robert Olson
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The Kurds are the fourth largely ethnic group in the Middle East, numbering between 32-35 million. The vast majority of them live in contiguous regions of Turkey, Iraq, Iran and Syria, yet they do not have a country of their own. Formal attempts to establish...

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Riza Shah Pahlavi
With a New Introduction by Valentine Peggy Wilber
by Donald N. Wilber
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When first published in 1975, this book was the first full-length study of Riza (Reza) Shah Pahlavi and his times in any language and remains the definitive study. His participation in the coup d’etat of 1921 marked the opening stage of the resurrection of...

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In antiquity Samarkand was the capital of the Persian province of Sogdiana. Its language, culture, and “Zoroastrian” religion closely approximated those of the Persians. Following its conquest by Alexander, its strategic position and fertile soil made...

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