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  • Shame Mahtab Book by Homa Pour Esfahani

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    Years ago, when I had not yet opened my eyes to the world, something happened that had a direct impact on my life and yours. Perhaps no one imagined that one fiery love in the past would cause another fiery love in the future. But because of the poison that the ancients tasted from love, our love must also taste like poison.

  • Royai Nime Shab Novel Book by Mozafar Salari

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    Muzaffar Salari in his book Midnight Dream or “Royai Nime Shab” tells the story of a young Sunni lover of a Shiite girl. This book should be considered a romantic work with a religious background. The way of joining these two young people is faced with obstacles and bitter and sweet events. The protagonist is the story of a boy named Hashem, who is sponsored by his grandfather.

  • Karnameh Sepnj by Mahmoud Dowlatabadi

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    Karnameh Sepnj is a collection of stories written over a period of about fifteen years. It was a cold night, with a gentle breeze on the cheeks and ears of the latecomers. The passages were deserted and the city was lying in heavy calm. The stars shone like sparks, and the snow effluent in the rugged alleys flickered and dried from the cold.

  • Rozegar Separi Shodeh by Mahmoud Dowlatabadi

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    The three-volume collection “Rozegar Separi Shodeh”, one of the most important masterpieces of “Mahmoud Dowlatabadi”, has finally been reprinted after three years and has reached bookstores these days. “Eghlime Bad”, “Barzakhe Khas” and “Payaneh Joghd” are the three books of “Rozegar Separi Shodeh”.

  • An Madiyan Sorkh Yal by Mahmoud Dowlatabadi

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    “An Madiyan Sorkh Yal” is a semi-historical-semi-mythical work in the biography of the famous Yemeni-Arab poet “Emr al-Qais” and the author of one of the seven poems “Suspended Seven”, which were considered the greatest masterpieces of poetry of the Arabs. Dowlatabadi explains his motivation for writing this story: It was in the course of reaching the name of “Qais” that I came across a relatively clearer character than “Amr al-Qais”, a poet whom I had a vague idea of since my youth ….

  • Birune Dar Farsi Book by Mahmoud Dowlatabadi

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    “Birune Dar ” is a breathtaking novel by Mahmoud Dowlatabadi that was recently published at the 98th Book Fair. The first edition of this novel was published in the spring of 1398 with a circulation of 20,000 copies. This is the morning. The morning came and a light shone on the courtyard wall with a slant from its old metal door tilted – still tilted half open – as if it had remained half open as a heavy sash had sunk in and half of its lower edge was stuck in the ground and very He wanted you to pull it off the ground and try to fasten it to a healthy lenght, which had also dried in its place, and ten inches of dried eagle had molded it into itself, as if it needed to be untied.

  • Ghatreh-ye Mahal Andish by Mahmoud Dowlatabadi Vol 2

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    Ghatreh-ye Mahal Andish Volume I, II is a collection of articles, reviews, discussions and speeches by Mahmoud Dowlatabadi in the last three decades. This book is about literature and social issues that have been done over the years, which contains interesting points.

  • Ghatreh-ye Mahal Andish by Mahmoud Dowlatabadi Vol 1

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    Ghatreh-ye Mahal Andish Volume I, II is a collection of articles, reviews, discussions and speeches by Mahmoud Dowlatabadi in the last three decades. This book is about literature and social issues that have been done over the years, which contains interesting points.

  • Bani Adam Farsi Book by Mahmoud Dowlatabadi

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    Bani Adam book is the last collection of Mahmoud Dowlatabadi stories that has been published so far and includes six stories. It is difficult to say from this book. Stories are weird. There are people in each of them that we cannot fully know. It is as if a piece of each of them is vague and incomprehensible.

  • In Goft Va Sokhanha by Mahmoud Dowlatabadi

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    What is provided in this book, as the name implies, is a war of the author’s conversations with press reporters over the course of these ten, twenty years, which passed like the wind. Obviously, the main topic of discussion is literature in the general sense, literature in the sense that I understand, and in the subject of my works, it is appropriate to talk about the literary characters of the country as much as possible.

  • 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”.

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