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Pire Parnian Andish dar Sohbate Saye by Milad Azimi
This book is the product of several hundred hours of free and rude meetings with Houshang Ebtehaj; From June 2006 to spring 2012. Everything you read in this book is heard and seen documented in audio and video, and we have been obsessively trustworthy in this regard.
Amir Hushang Ebtehaj is an Iranian poet of the 20th century, whose life and work spans many of Iran’s political, cultural and literary upheavals. Ebtehaj was born February 25, 1928 in Rasht, Iran, and had his primary schooling there before moving to Tehran. His first book of poetry, with an introduction by eminent poet Mehdi Hamidi Shirazi, was published when he was 19 years old. During Iran’s open period following World War II, Sayeh got involved in various literary circles and contributed to various literary magazines such as Sokhan, Kavian, Sadaf, Maslehat, and others. Unlike many other literary figures of the time who got deeply involved in politics and left-leaning activities, Sayeh stayed true to his social and political consciousness but refrained from deeper involvement. He was employed at the National Cement Company for 22 years while continuing his literary activities. Later he was invited by the National Iranian Radio to produce the traditional music program “Golhaye Taze” and “Golchin Hafte.”
|Handling time||7 Days|
|Book Cover Type||Hardcover with Frame|
|Number of volumes||2|
|Persian Title||کتاب پیر پرنیان اندیش اثر میلاد عظیمی - دو جلدی|