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Literature

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  • Les Caves Du Vatican Book by André Gide (Farsi)

    Les Caves Du Vatican Book by André Gide (Farsi)

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     Andre Gide’s Les Caves du Vatican is a work of complex social criticism. Using primarily the metaphor of the labyrinth and working in satire and comic burlesque, Gide analyzes the structure and role of the Catholic Church, the family, and society in general.

  • The Cherry Orchard Play by Anton Chekhov (Farsi)

    The Cherry Orchard Play by Anton Chekhov (Farsi)

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    The play revolves around an aristocratic Russian landowner who returns to her family estate (which includes a large and well-known cherry orchard) just before it is auctioned to pay the mortgage.

  • Moaleme Piano Novel by Chista Yasrebi

    Moaleme Piano Novel by Chista Yasrebi

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    This book is about Kimia and her mother. Kimia has a friend called Shayan on social media. Shayan is a piano teacher. Her mother finds out of this relationship from her curiosity and caring for her daughter. The mother gets to know Shayan, she Suggests him to come over and teach piano to Kimia to get to know each other.

  • Kootah Kardanr Muhaye Mordeh by Chista Yasrebi

    Kootah Kardanr Muhaye Mordeh by Chista Yasrebi

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    A Part of this Book: “I have to buy some lemon for my daughter, my daughter loves lemons. I also need noodles for soup. The sugar bag is empty, so if a guest comes tomorrow, we will not have any sugar. Why do I always forget sugar?” Then she looked for a piece of paper to write all these on. She opened the old cupboard door to find the paper without making any noise. Suddenly a pair of small crystal shoes fell out of the closet. Cinderella picked up her shoes. She looked at it and smiled, thinking of old memories. Nothing had changed. Although many years had passed since She married the prince of fairy tales, she was always Cinderella and should have felt happy. This is the story.

  • Vaghti To Nabashi Chera Do Ta Sandali by Chista Yasrebi

    Vaghti To Nabashi Chera Do Sandali by Chista Yasrebi

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    The “Vaghti To Nabashi Chera Do Sandali” and “Negahet Hamishe Doshanbeh ast” are two poem books that are Along each other.

  • Death Play by Woody Allen (Farsi Edition)

    Death Play by Woody Allen (Farsi Edition)

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    Kleinman, a meek salesman, is awoken late one night by a mob led by a man named Hacker, who forces him to join their vigilante group dedicated to catching a serial killer who frequently changes his modus operandi. Hacker claims to have a plan to catch the maniac, but when Kleinman asks about what he has to do, each man in the group says that they are only aware of their own part of the plan so the killer won’t catch on. They march him to the street to stand guard and leave him on his own to await his part in the plan.

  • River Side Drive by Woody Allen (Farsi Edition)

    River Side Drive by Woody Allen (Farsi Edition)

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    Riverside Drive’s Fred Savage, a homicidal, paranoid, schizophrenic vagrant ex-copywriter, has been stalking a screenwriter for weeks, convinced that his prey stole his idea – in fact, his life – to create a successful movie plot. Companion play to Old Saybrook, Woody Allen’s other half of Writer’s Block.

  • Side Effects Book by Woody Allen (Farsi Edition)

    Side Effects Book by Woody Allen (Farsi Edition)

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    Side Effects is an anthology of 17 comical short essays written by Woody Allen between 1975 and 1980, all but one of which were previously published in, variously, The New Republic, The New York Times, The New Yorker, and The Kenyon Review. It includes Allen’s 1978 O. Henry Award winning story, “The Kugelmass Episode”.

  • Don't Drink the Water Play by Woody Allen (Farsi)

    Don’t Drink the Water Play by Woody Allen (Farsi)

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    In an unnamed European country behind the Iron Curtain, the American Ambassador must leave the Embassy for business. In his absence he places his incompetent son Axel Magee in charge. … The family’s adult daughter Susan bonds with Axel, causing him to develop feelings for her even though she is engaged.

  • Mere Anarchy Book by Woody Allen (Farsi Edition)

    Mere Anarchy Book by Woody Allen (Farsi Edition)

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    Here, in his first collection since his three hilarious classics Getting Even, Without Feathers, and Side Effects, Woody Allen has managed to write a book that not only answers the most profound questions of human existence but is the perfect size to place under any short table leg to prevent wobbling.

  • Death Knocks Book by Woody Allen (Farsi Edition)

    Death Knocks Book by Woody Allen (Farsi Edition)

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    In Death Knocks, Woody Allen provides a new treatment to a classical theme: a man seeing himself on a final mission succeeds in buying time from the ineluctability of death by challenging a personified death to a game that he wins, gaining so a temporary reprieve.

  • Hollywood Ending Book by Woody Allen (Farsi)

    Hollywood Ending Book by Woody Allen (Farsi)

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    Woody Allen stars as Val Waxman, a two-time Oscar winner turned washed-up, neurotic director in desperate need of a comeback. When it comes, Waxman finds himself backed into a corner: Work for his ex-wife Ellie (Tea Leoni) or forfeit his last shot. Is Val blinded by love when he opts for the reconnect? Is love blind when it comes to Ellie’s staunch support? Literally and figuratively, the proof is the picture.

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