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Biography

At ShopiPersia we sell a great list of Biographies & Memoirs books of the greats of Iran or Persia to help you understand the Iranian culture, society and history of Persian.

  • Iran The ‘Spirit Of A Spiritless World by Michel Foucault

    Iran: The ‘Spirit Of A Spiritless World by Michel Foucault

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    On the occasion of the thirty seventh anniversary of the Islamic Revolution in Iran, we are compelled to revisit the unique insights of Michel Foucault, the late French philosopher, who observed the revolution first-hand and praised it as a liberation struggle with global connotations.

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    • Language(s): Persian (Farsi)
  • Decency and the Struggle for Recognition by Michel Foucault

    Decency and the Struggle for Recognition by Michel Foucault

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    Social Theory and Practice is intended to provide a forum for the discussion of theoretical and applied questions in social, political, legal, economic, educational, and moral philosophy, including critical studies of classical and contemporary social philosophers. We feature original philosophical work by authors from all relevant disciplines, including the humanities, the social sciences, and the natural sciences.

  • Dear Professor Einstein Book by Albert Einstein

    Dear Professor Einstein Book by Albert Einstein

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    We are often amazed by the curiosity of children and the questions they ask. And letters to and from children are always appealing, especially so when they are written to someone famous. In Dear professor Einstein, Alice Calaprice has gathered a delightful and charming collection of more than sixty letters from children to Albert Einstein.

  • The World of Yesterday Book by Stefan Zweig

    The World of Yesterday Book by Stefan Zweig

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    The World of Yesterday, mailed to his publisher a few days before Stefan Zweig took his life in 1942, has become a classic of the memoir genre. Originally titled “Three Lives,” the memoir describes Vienna of the late Austro-Hungarian Empire, the world between the two world wars and the Hitler years.

  • Dora Bruder Novel by Patrick Modiano (Farsi)

    Dora Bruder Novel by Patrick Modiano (Farsi)

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    With no knowledge of Dora Bruder aside from these two records, Modiano continues to dig for fragments from Dora’s past. What little he discovers in official records and through remaining family members, becomes a meditation on the immense losses of the period—lost people, lost stories, and lost history. Modiano delivers a moving account of the ten-year investigation that took him back to the sights and sounds of Paris under the Nazi Occupation, and the paranoia of the Pétain regime as he tries to find connections to Dora.

  • Yevtushenko A Precocious Autobiography

    Yevtushenko: A Precocious Autobiography

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    One of the most important books to come out of the Soviet Union, this remarkable story is already the subject of unprecedented international press coverage.

  • No Excuses! Book by Wayne Dyer (Farsi Edition)

    No Excuses! Book by Wayne Dyer (Farsi Edition)

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    Within the pages of this transformational book, Dr. Wayne W. Dyer reveals how to change the self-defeating thinking patterns that have prevented you from living at the highest levels of success, happiness, and health.

  • Beethoven by Arthur Eaglefield Hull and Romain Rolland

    Beethoven by Arthur Eaglefield Hull and Romain Rolland

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    Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

  • Darkness Visible Book by William Styron (Farsi)

    Darkness Visible Book by William Styron (Farsi)

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    The memoir Darkness Visible by William Styron is about his experience and struggle with depression. William suffered through many tough days where he felt worthless and hated himself. Along with these thoughts, he developed a dependence on other people where he was afraid of losing things or people close to him.

  • Escape from Camp 14 Book by Blaine Harden

    Escape from Camp 14 Book by Blaine Harden

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    Noted journalist Blaine Harden tells the saga of Shin Dong-hyuk, a boy who grew up in a North Korean labor camp for political dissidents. He was raised in deprivation, depravity and hopelessness, and endured punishments so relentless you will wonder, as you read, why he didn’t kill himself.

  • You Don't Have to Say You Love Me by Sherman Alexie

    You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me by Sherman Alexie

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    A searing, deeply moving memoir about family, love, and loss from the critically acclaimed, bestselling National Book Award winner. When his mother passed away at the age of 78, Sherman Alexie responded the only way he knew how: he wrote. The result is this stunning memoir. Featuring 78 poems, 78 essays and intimate family photographs, Alexie shares raw, angry, funny, profane, tender memories of a childhood few can imagine–growing up dirt-poor on an Indian reservation, one of four children raised by alcoholic parents.

  • Dostoevsky Book by André Gide (Farsi Edition)

    Dostoevsky Book by André Gide (Farsi Edition)

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    Gide’s brilliant study of the great Russian novelist. This is a fine portrait which throws light on both subject and author, and it has been long missed by admirers of either. Gide’s mind is at its sharpest, most penetrating and positive and this analysis reveals him at his critical best. It cannot be said that the public for this will be large, but it will be choice and enthusiastic.

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