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Iranian Bookstore

An Online Iranian bookstore can be a useful store for all those who are looking to buy Farsi books. Farsi books can be very beautiful. Persian poetry books are the most well-known Persian books. Persian is one of the most popular languages in the world and therefore many are looking for Persian books. ShopiPersia is the largest online Iranian Bookstore that selling Persian books. In ShopiPersia, we have collected thousands of titles of Persian books, including Persian poetry books, Persian novels, story books, Persian language teaching books, etc. If you do not have the book you are looking for, you can contact us and register your favorite book request. We will prepare your book in the shortest possible time. We Ship Worldwide.

  • The Visit Play by Friedrich Dürrenmatt (Farsi Edition)

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    An enormously wealthy older woman returns to her former hometown with a dreadful bargain: she wants the townspeople to kill the man who got her pregnant, then jilted her. In exchange, she will provide enough money to revitalize the decrepit town. The townspeople eventually agree.

  • Episode on an Autumn Evening Book by Friedrich Dürrenmatt

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    A bookkeeper makes a crash entry on a novelist. He’s noticed that the 21 murder mysteries the novelist is famed for just happen to coincide with 21 unsolved actual murders—and the novelist just happened to be in the vicinity at the time of each murder. The novelist ridicules any connection but admits it would be a quick way of supplying background and details.

  • The Confessions of Nat Turner Novel by William Styron

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    Nat led a slave rebellion which ended in the deaths of dozens of white people as well as many of his own closest friends. Thomas Gray, a smug, oily prosecuting attorney, urges Nat to “confess” his crimes and make peace with God. Nat begins to think back on his past life and tells the novel in a series of flashbacks.

  • Sophie’s Choice Novel by William Styron (Farsi)

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    Sophie’s Choice, novel by William Styron, published in 1979, that examines the historical, moral, and psychological ramifications of the Holocaust through the tragic life of a Roman Catholic survivor of Auschwitz.

  • A Tidewater Morning Book by William Styron (Farsi)

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    Finally, set in 1938, amid rumblings of approaching war, “A Tidewater Morning” shows a boy rebelling against one kind of tyranny (his mean and niggardly paper-route boss) while his mother (once a classical singer) dies horribly of the inescapable tyranny of cancer and his father crumbles gradually through weakness and …

  • Darkness Visible Book by William Styron (Farsi)

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    The memoir Darkness Visible by William Styron is about his experience and struggle with depression. William suffered through many tough days where he felt worthless and hated himself. Along with these thoughts, he developed a dependence on other people where he was afraid of losing things or people close to him.

  • Rudin Novel by Ivan Turgenev (Farsi Edition)

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    Rudin, novel by Ivan Turgenev, published as a serial in the journal Sovremennik and as a book in 1856. The novel tells of an eloquent intellectual, Dmitry Rudin, a character modeled partly on the revolutionary agitator Mikhail Bakunin, whom Turgenev had known in Moscow in the 1830s.

  • Home of the Gentry Novel by Ivan Turgenev (Farsi)

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    The child of a distant, Anglophile father and a serf mother who dies when he is very young, Lavretsky is brought up at his family’s country estate home by a severe maiden aunt, often thought to be based on Turgenev’s own mother, who was known for her cruelty.

  • Fathers and Sons Novel by Ivan Turgenev (Farsi)

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    Fathers and Sons, novel by Ivan Turgenev, published in 1862 as Ottsy i deti. Quite controversial at the time of its publication, Fathers and Sons concerns the inevitable conflict between generations and between the values of traditionalists and intellectuals.

  • A Month in the Country Play by Ivan Turgenev

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    A Month in the Country, comedy in three acts by Ivan Turgenev, published in 1855 and first produced professionally in 1872 as Mesyats v derevne. The play concerns complications that ensue when Natalya, a married woman, and Vera, her young ward, both fall in love with Belyayev, the naive young tutor of Natalya’s son.

  • The Golden Cockerel & Other Writings by Juan Rulfo

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    The legendary title novella from one of Mexico’s most influential writers is published here in English for the first time on the 100th anniversary of his birth. This lost masterwork, collected with his previously untranslated stories, marks a landmark event in world literature.

  • Burning Plain Book by Juan Rulfo (Farsi Edition)

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    Rulfo explores the mechanisms of power and the faces of violence, often within the framework of family relationships being torn apart (“No Dogs Bark,” “The Inheritance of Matilde Arcángel”). The majority of Rulfo’s characters are alone and feel that they are culprits (“Macario,” “The Hill of the Comrades”).

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