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Gheseh Nevisi by Reza Braheni
“Gheseh Nevisi” is one of the most modern works of teaching storytelling in Persian, which was written by Dr. “Reza Braheni”, a great contemporary writer and poet. Although the book “Gheseh Nevisi” is more than half a century old, it is still considered a creative and modern work and has been edited and revised many times for reprint.
Reza Baraheni ( born 1935 in Tabriz, Iran), is an Iranian, an exiled Iranian novelist, poet, critic, and political activist. Former president of PEN Canada, Baraheni lives in Toronto, Canada, where he used to teach at the Centre for Comparative Literature at the University of Toronto. He is the author of more than fifty books of poetry, fiction, literary theory and criticism, written in Persian and English. His works have been translated into a dozen of languages. His book, Crowned Cannibals, is accused by a few of containing some fabrications. Moreover, he has translated into Persian works by Shakespeare, Kundera, Mandelstam, Andrić, and Fanon. Winner of the Scholars-at-Risk-Program Award of the University of Toronto and Massey College, Baraheni has taught in the University of Tehran, Iran, University of Texas at Austin, Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, the University of Toronto and York University. He has also been Fellow of St. Antony’s College, Oxford University, Britain, Fellow of the University of Iowa, Iowa City, and Fellow of Winters College, York University.
|Handling time||7 Days|
|Book Cover Type||Hardcover|
|Persian Title||کتاب قصه نویسی اثر رضا براهنی|