Bozorg Alavi Books

Bozorg Alavi was an influential Iranian writer, novelist, and political intellectual. Bozorg Alavi was a founding member of the communist Tudeh Party of Iran in the 1940s and – following the 1953 coup against Premier Mohammad Mossadegh – spent the rest of his life in exile in Germany, first during the Pahlavi regime, then returning to Germany once more following the 1979 revolution.

  • Salariha Book by Bozorg Alavi

    Salariha Book by Bozorg Alavi

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    The Salariha are a wealthy family in Boroujerd who are large landowners and landowners, these families are such that even the grooms of the family have changed their families and have become a kind of rule; But the secret of the family is revealed when two brothers from the dynasty, Salar Nia and Salar Nezam, come to Boroujerd to divide the inheritance.

  • Gile Mard Book by Bozorg Alavi

    Gile Mard Book by Bozorg Alavi

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    The book “Gileh Mard” is another work of Bozorg Alavi. Gileh Mard is one of the fighters of Gilan. He is a village man whom the Khan of the county has taken countless taxes. During the tax protest and in the absence of the Gileh Mard, his woman killed and his infant child is left alone. Some time later, Gileh Mard is arrested. He and two officers in the forest and in the rain whip walk towards Fooman. The story gradually unfolds in the same movement and stay in the coffee shop near the destination. The man’s complaint is about escaping …

  • Panjah Va Seh Nafar Book by Bozorg Alavi

    Panjah-o seh Nafar Book by Bozorg Alavi

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    Panjah-o seh Nafar or Fifty-three Person is a book by Bozorg Alavi that was published in 1330 AH. The name of the book refers to the number of people who were arrested, tried and imprisoned on different charges during Reza Shah’s time for membership and activity in a joint group. The author of the book, the great Alawite himself, was one of these fifty-three people who were teachers at the time of his arrest.

  • Drunkard Morning Book by Fattaneh Haj Seyed Javadi

    Drunkard Morning by Fattaneh Haj Seyed Javadi

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    Drunkard Morning Roman is one of the best-selling contemporary novels in Iran and for this reason it is popular literature. This Book has 448 Pages and Written by Fattaneh Haj Seyed Javadi.

  • Mirza Book by Bozorg Alavi

    Mirza Book by Bozorg Alavi

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    Mirza is a collection of short stories written by the great Alavi during the first 15 years of his life in Germany.

  • Chamadan Book by Bozorg Alavi

    Chamadan Book by Bozorg Alavi

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    The Book Chamadan Written by Bozorg Alavi that is a collection of short stories with fluent and simple prose. This book was published in 1313 and Bozorg Alavi was imprisoned in 1315 and remained in prison until the end of Reza Shah’s term in 1320.

  • Her Eyes Novel by Bozorg Alavi

    Her Eyes Novel by Bozorg Alavi

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    Her Eyes was originally published in 1952 and is recognized by many scholars as Bozorg Alavi’s finest novel. Alavi, a leading contemporary Persian writer and a champion of the Left, is well known for his political activism, which led to his imprisonment in Iran under the regime of Reza Shah. Her Eyes is the story of Farangis, a member of the Iranian upper class whose life of leisure has left her without employable skills. Despairing, she enrolls in a Parisian art school, only to discover that she is severely lacking as a painter. She returns to Iran to participate in the political activities of Ostad Makan, Iran’s greatest painter.

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