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Bazgasht (Return) book by Goli Taraghi
” Bazgasht (Return)” is a novel by Goli Targhi, A character named Mah Sima , who lived in France and is now she does not know to “returning” to Iran or continuing to live in France. The choice of Mah Sima was “Return” to Iran, and this novel is a narration that “Goli Targhi” has described since the days of Mah Sima in Iran.
- Book Cover Type: Paperback
- Author: Goli Taraghi
- Persian Title: کتاب بازگشت اثر گلی ترقی
This Book “Bazgasht” by Goli Taraghi. Zohreh Taraghi-Moghadam, better known as Goli Taraghi (born 1939) is an Iranian novelist and short story writer. Goli Taraghi’s father Lotfollah Taraghi was a member of parliament, publisher and journalist, and her mother was from a widely cultured family. Born and raised in Tehran, she attended Drake University in the United States, gaining an undergraduate degree in philosophy. Returning to Iran, she obtained a master’s degree from Tehran University in 1967 and worked throughout the 1960s as a specialist in international relations for the Plan Organization. In the 1970s she taught courses in philosophy, mythology and symbolism at Tehran University. After the Iranian Revolution the universities were temporarily closed in 1980. Taraghi divorced her husband Hazhir Daryush and moved with her two children to become an ex-patriate in Paris, though she visited Iran throughout the 1980s. Winter Sleep (1973) a collection of narratives portraying the inner life of eight middle-class city-dwellers, amid the religious dislocation and anomie arising from Iran’s rapid modernization in the 1960s. Her short story ‘The Great Lady of My Soul’ (1982) won the Contre-Ciel Short Story Prize. Scattered Memories (1994) dealt with the emotional fallout from the Iran-Iraq War.
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|Book Cover Type||Paperback|
|Persian Title||کتاب بازگشت اثر گلی ترقی|