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Fiction

If you are interested in Iranian or foreign fiction books and you are looking for their Persian translation, we must tell you that ShopiPersia is the best source of Persian fiction books. We at ShopiPersia have compiled a list of the best fiction and legend books for Persian language enthusiasts. We ship worldwide, but shipping to Europe, the UK and many other countries is free.

  • Danton Book by Romain Rolland (Farsi Edition)

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    Historical drama, on the arrest and conviction of Danton, written in 1898 and published in “Revue d’art dramatique” in 1899-1900, created on December 29, 1900. Sixth part of a series of dramas on the Revolution.

  • Death Is My Trade Novel by Robert Merle (Farsi)

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    This engaging summary presents an analysis of Death is My Trade by Robert Merle, a brilliant novel in which the author, inspired by his own experience of imprisonment in Germany and the accounts of the Nuremberg trials, chooses to look at the horror of the death camps from the perspective of an S.S. officer. An intriguing psychological portrait, this novel highlights the danger of notions like duty, honor, and loyalty to one’s superiors.

  • The Lonesome West Play by Martin McDonagh

    The Lonesome West Play by Martin McDonagh

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    The Lonesome West features the persistently arguing brothers Coleman and Valene, whose father has just died in a shotgun ‘accident. ‘ Valene is only interested in his religious ornaments and drinking poteen.

  • Oleanna Play by David Mamet (Farsi Edition)

    Oleanna Play by David Mamet (Farsi Edition)

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    Oleanna is a 1992 two-character play by David Mamet, about the power struggle between a university professor and one of his female students, who accuses him of sexual harassment and, by doing so, spoils his chances of being accorded tenure.

  • China Doll Play by David Mamet (Farsi Edition)

    China Doll Play by David Mamet (Farsi Edition)

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    China Doll is a two-act play by David Mamet about political corruption and brutal violence. The play opened on Broadway at the end of 2015 with a short run scheduled to close at the end of January 2016. The two-act play contains only two characters who appear on stage throughout the play, Mickey and Carson.

  • The Ballad of the Sad Café Book by Carson McCullers

    The Ballad of the Sad Café Book by Carson McCullers

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    Carson McCullers’ The Ballad of the Sad Cafe is a narrative about a strange young woman who becomes the victim of a sinister plot when she tries to show hospitality to her townsfolk. The story explores the irrationality of love and the doom and despair of failed romance.

  • The Stepford Wives Novel by Ira Levin (Farsi Edition)

    The Stepford Wives Novel by Ira Levin (Farsi Edition)

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    The Stepford Wives is a 1972 satirical novel by Ira Levin. The story concerns Joanna Eberhart, a photographer and young mother who suspects the submissive housewives in her new idyllic Connecticut neighborhood may be robots created by their husbands.

  • Veronica's Room Play by Ira Levin (Farsi Edition)

    Veronica’s Room Play by Ira Levin (Farsi Edition)

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    A middle-aged Irish couple, John and Maureen Mackey, bring a young couple, Susan and Larry, to the suburban Boston home where the Mackeys are caretakers. Susan and Larry have recently begun to date, and the Mackeys approached them at a restaurant due to Susan’s resemblance to a dead woman, Veronica.

  • The Visit Play by Friedrich Dürrenmatt (Farsi Edition)

    The Visit Play by Friedrich Dürrenmatt (Farsi Edition)

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    An enormously wealthy older woman returns to her former hometown with a dreadful bargain: she wants the townspeople to kill the man who got her pregnant, then jilted her. In exchange, she will provide enough money to revitalize the decrepit town. The townspeople eventually agree.

  • The Coast of Utopia Voyage Play by Tom Stoppard

    The Coast of Utopia: Voyage Play by Tom Stoppard

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    The Coast of Utopia is a 2002 trilogy of plays: Voyage, Shipwreck, and Salvage, written by Tom Stoppard with focus on the philosophical debates in pre-revolution Russia between 1833 and 1866. … The openings of Shipwreck and Salvage followed on 8 July, and 19 July, completing its run on 23 November 2002.

  • God Bless You Mr. Rosewater Novel by Kurt Vonnegut

    God Bless You Mr. Rosewater Novel by Kurt Vonnegut

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    It is the story of Eliot Rosewater, a millionaire who develops a social conscience, abandons New York City, and establishes the Rosewater Foundation in Rosewater, Indiana, “where he attempts to dispense unlimited amounts of love and limited sums of money to anyone who will come to his office.”

  • Bagombo Snuff Box Book by Kurt Vonnegut

    Bagombo Snuff Box Book by Kurt Vonnegut

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    Together, they present a poignant and humorous portrayal of an America peopled with overzealous high school band directors and their students, rebellious housewives, and boasting salesmen, soldiers misplaced during the war and people lost in their own gadget-filled homes.

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