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  • The dastgah concept in Persian music Book by Hormoz Farhat

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    Hormoz Farhat is a Persian-American composer, ethnomusicologist and emeritus professor of music, a fellow of Trinity College, Dublin. In 1959, Farhat founded the Music of Persia Performance Group at UCLA. During his years in California Farhat worked first as an assistant professor of music at California State University, Long Beach (1961–64) and then as associate professor of music at University of California, Los Angeles (1964–69).

  • Iranian Textiles by Jennifer Mary Wearden & Patricia L. Baker

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    The Victoria and Albert Museum has an unrivalled collection of Iranian textiles from the first half of the nineteenth century. There are over 900 examples of woven, printed and embroidered fabrics, which were used as garments and accessories, as well as for furnishings and religious textiles…This book presents, for the first time, over 200 Qajar textiles, and describes the political and economic context against which they were produced. Many of these beautiful fabrics will seem surprisingly familiar, so strong was their influence on European manufacturers. This collection, published with new photography and superb details, will interest interior designers, textile students and anyone involved in fashion.

  • Greek Thinkers: A History of Ancient Philosophy by Theodor Gomperz

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    This book is considered one of the most important sources for research in the history of ancient Greek philosophy in German, which has been translated into Persian. Greek Thinkers has played such an important role in the history of philosophy that several centuries after the life of the first Greek philosophers, the influence of the opinions of these Greek philosophers can still be seen in the works and thoughts of modern and contemporary philosophers.

  • Through the Night Novel by Stig Sæterbakken (Farsi)

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    Through the Night is a 2011 novel by the Norwegian writer Stig Sæterbakken. It tells the story of a father who goes through the mourning process after his 18-year-old son commits suicide. It was Sæterbakken’s last book. The book was awarded P2-lytternes romanpris and Ungdommens kritikerpris in Norway.

  • Lottie and Lisa Novel by Erich Kästner (Farsi)

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    The novel “Lottie and Lisa” is the story of a girl named Lisa who meets a girl named Lottie in a summer camp. Lisa and Lottie are so similar that they look like twins. After a while, the two girls realize that they are really sisters, and their parents separated them after the divorce and started a new life.

  • The Devil and Miss Prym Book by Paulo Coelho (Farsi)

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    From bestselling author and international sensation Paulo Coelho, a novel set in a small village about a young, poor barmaid whose wager with the devil leads to a spiritual transformation.A stranger arrives at the remote village of Viscos, carrying with him a backpack containing a notebook and eleven gold bars. …

  • Smart Women Finish Rich Book by David Bach (Farsi)

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    This book provides the necessary tips for wise saving and conscious investment, achieving financial security and realizing the dream that every woman has in her head, in nine steps. The book, which has sold hundreds of thousands of copies around the world, also contains valuable investment tips, helpful tips on how to teach your children about finances, and new ways to build more wealth.

  • Only Love Is Real: A Story of Soulmates Reunited by Brian Weiss

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    In part of the text of this book, you read: “There is a special person for everyone. Sometimes two or three or even four people. They are from different generations. They cross the ocean of time and the depths of the celestial dimension to be with you again.

  • Ba’d Ma Ra Khahad Bord by Mozhgan Mozafari & Neshat Davoodi

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    The novel “Ba’d Ma Ra Khahad Bord – The wind will take us” is the joint writing of “Mojgan Mozaffari” and “Neshat Davoodi”. In part of the story, we read: “Until he entered the alley, the mischievous noise of the local boys, threw everything out of his head and gave his attention to those who were playing in the alley …

  • Raising Great Girls by Darlene Brock (Farsi Edition)

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    Darlene Brock believes that a mother is the most powerful and enduring teacher her children should have. Accordingly, he has written a book to make your daughter a hero. This book teaches you to raise strong and confident girls. In this way, you do not have to be perfect to become a mother who successfully raises worthy girls.

  • History and Art of Rugs Weaving in the Orient 2 Vols

    History and Art of Rugs Weaving in the Orient 2 Vols

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    This book is a good reference to enter the world of Oriental carpet art. This work is the result of the author’s years of research, collection and experience, which is presented in the form of complete and analytical histories of the art of weaving.

  • Five Centuries of Carpet Weaving in Kerman by Taher Sabahi

    Five Centuries of Carpet Weaving in Kerman by Taher Sabahi

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    This book is a Persian translation of Cinque Secoli Di Tappeti a Kerman into Italian, published in November 2005 by Capri Corno Publishing in Turin, Italy.

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