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  • Chayt Ra Man Shirin Mikonm by Zahra Bolanddost

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    “Chayt Ra Man Shirin Mikonm” is Zahra Bolandoost’s first story, in which she tells the beauties of Islam, faith, and the strength of Iran and Iranians and the real Pasdaran in the form of an interesting story about the life of an Iranian girl who lives in Germany with her family as a child.

  • Roz Va Shab Yousef by Mahmoud Dowlatabadi

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    “Roz Va Shab Yousef” is an 80-page short novel by Mahmoud Dolatabadi. Dolatabadi says that while he was writing his long and famous novel, which is the “Kelidar”, there were stories in his mind that bothered him that he wanted to put them on paper in order to get rid of them. “Roz Va Shab Yousef” is one of those stories. The story that Dolatabadi, according to himself, at one point, stopped writing the continuation of the “Kelidar”.

  • Sal-e’ Balva Novel by Abbas Maroufi

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    The book ” Sal-e’ Balva” takes place as the first person in the mind of a woman named Noshafarin and it starts in such a way that we jump straight into the story. That is, the author does not go to the margins at the beginning of the book and introduces the reader directly to the main story.

  • Roode Ravi Farsi Book by Abu Torab Khosravi

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    According to Abu Turab Khosravi, we have been involved in three issues throughout history: holiness, sectarianism and superstition. Khosravi has written a trilogy to analyze these three issues: Asfare Kataban, Roode Ravi and Malekan Azab. In each of these novels, Abu Turab Khosravi narrates one of the three main themes.

  • Asfare Kateban Farsi Book by Abu Torab Khosravi

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    According to Abu Turab Khosravi, we have been involved in three issues throughout history: holiness, sectarianism and superstition. Khosravi has written a trilogy to analyze these three issues: Asfare Kataban, Roode Ravi and Malekan Azab. In each of these novels, Abu Turab Khosravi narrates one of the three main themes.

  • Malekane Azab Farsi Book by Abu Torab Khosravi

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    According to Abu Turab Khosravi, we have been involved in three issues throughout history: holiness, sectarianism and superstition. Khosravi has written a trilogy to analyze these three issues: Asfare Kataban, Roode Ravi and Malekan Azab. In each of these novels, Abu Turab Khosravi narrates one of the three main themes.

  • Man Manchester United Ra Doost Daram by M. Yazdani

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    Yazdani Khorram has tried to narrate a different narrative of the social situation of those two decades with his storytelling techniques; Techniques that remind me of writers like Houshang Golshiri. The first part of the story begins with Leukemia and hypertension of a history student. The further we go in the story, the more different narratives of different characters come together, like puzzle pieces.

  • Khoon Khorde Book by Mehdi Yazdani Khorram

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    The “Khoon Khorde” book of Mehdi Yazdani Khorram’s latest novel is an interesting account of the life of five missing brothers in the cities of Tehran, Abadan, Mashhad and Beirut in the 1960s, which will not leave your mind for a long time after reading it. This book is a coherent and strong novel with precise details. The story of the disintegration of the burnt brothers for whom a strange and terrible fate is decided

  • Chehel Nameye Kootah Be Hamsaram by N. Ebrahimi

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    Nader Ebrahimi wrote this book “Chehel Nameye Kootah Be Hamsaram” while practicing calligraphy. As he writes at the beginning of the book: In those days when I had just started practicing calligraphy, around the years 63-65, ….

  • Yek Asheghane Aram by Nader Ebrahimi

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    Yek Asheghane Aram novel is considered to be Nader Ebrahimi’s most prominent work. The novel is narrated in three chapters and Nader Ebrahimi has chosen interesting and different titles for each chapter. This novel is a readable story about a couple’s life and in the midst of the adventures that happen to them, it creates fascinating conversations with a beautiful pen that makes its audience think and makes them realize that love should not be looked at through the eyes of a memory and habit.

  • Bar Jade Haye Abi Sorkh Book by Nader Ebrahimi

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    The Book “Bar Jade Haye Abi Sorkh” is a long historical story that blends with realism and romanticism and achieves perfectionism and beauty. This story, by dealing with the heroism and courage of Mir Mahna, the hero of the south, presents a tangible picture of the ruling families in the southern regions and Khorasan, Afshari and Zandieh.

  • Qazals of Saadi Farsi Book by Saadi Shirazi

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    Abū-Muhammad Muslih al-Dīn bin Abdallāh Shīrāzī, better known by his pen name Saadi, also known as Saadi of Shiraz, was a major Persian poet and prose writer of the medieval period.

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