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11, May 2014

Strawberry-flavored ice cream

César Aira born 23 February 1949 in Buenos Aires, is an Argentinian writer and translator, and an exponent of contemporary Argentinian literature. Aira has published over a hundred short books of stories, novels and essays. In fact, at least since 1993 a hallmark of his work is a truly frenetic level of writing and publication—two to five novella-length books each year.

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15, August 2015

Don't forget that you will die

A collection of stories by authors: Jonathan Nolan, John Barth, Sherman Alexie, David Foster Wallace, translated by Mohammad Hayati.

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07, October 2018

BURIAL RITES

Hannah Kent (born 1985) is an Australian writer and author.

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08, February 2019

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A poem collection by Sahand Pakbin.

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20, March 2015

Westernization the nostalgic historic packaging

A book about the social history of Iran written by Mohsen Ghane Basiri.

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22, September 2019

Jean-Luc Godard's revolutionary cinema

Collection of cinema articles under the supervision of Parviz Jahed.

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06, July 2018

Thousand and One Midnights

A satirical book written by Ibrahim Raha.

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29, July 2019

Jahan Malek Khatoun

Banafshe Hejazi

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24, November 2016

The House of the Spirits

The House of the Spirits is the debut novel of Isabel Allende. The novel was rejected by several Spanish-language publishers before being published in Buenos Aires in 1982. It became an instant best seller, was critically acclaimed, and catapulted Allende to literary stardom. The novel was named Best Novel of the Year in Chile in 1982, and Allende received the country's Panorama Literario award.[3] The House of the Spirits has been translated into over 37 languages.Heshmat Kamrani has translated this book into Persian.

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02, October 2015

Paris Alley

A novel by Guiti SafarZade.

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19, February 2015

Crocodile Eyes

A play written by Eduardo Machado.He is a Cuban playwright living in the United States. Notable plays by Machado include Broken Eggs, Havana is Waiting and The Cook. Many of his plays are autobiographical or deal with Cuba in some way. Machado teaches playwriting at New York University. He has served as the Artistic Director of the INTAR Theatre in New York City since 2004. He is openly gay.

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16, January 2016

Stairs

A play written by one of the greatest Iranian playwrights, Akbar Raadi.
He was born on October 2, 1939 in the city of Rasht, completed his studies at the University of Tehran in social sciences. He published his first story, Rain, in 1959. The 68-year-old playwright whose works have been compared with those of Anton Chekhov and Henrik Ibsen died in a Tehran hospital on December 24, 2007. Melody of a Rainy City, The Descent, The Fishermen, Death in Autumn, From behind the glasses, The Glorious Smile of Mr. Gil and Beneath the Saqqakhaneh Passage are among his well-known works.

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12, September 2014

Tahmine on the way

A story on Iranian women's issues written by Nahid Kohnechian.

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21, Mar 2018

Hamlet with seasonal salad

A play by Akbar Radi.
Radi’s complete works were published in four volumes called Ru-ye ṣaḥneh-ye ābi (On the blue stage, 2003). He remained a prolific writer through the final years of his life. In 2004, he published the plays Šab be ḵeyr Jenāb-e Kont (Good night, my count), Pāʾin-e goḏar-e Saqqā-ḵāneh (Beneath the Saqqa-khaneh passage), and Cactus. Radi finished writing his last play, Ahanghā-ye šokolāti (Chocolate songs) amidst a year-long battle with cancer, to which he succumbed on 12 December 2007. The Radi Foundation was established, through his wife, Ḥamideh ʿAnqā’s enterprise, with the collaboration of the municipality in Tehran in 2009.

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05, June 2017

Oval Woman

A novel by Linda De Carinho.

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05, July 2014

Autumn of the Patriarch

García Márquez was inspired to write a dictator novel when he witnessed the flight of Venezuelan dictator Marcos Pérez Jiménez. He said, "it was the first time we had seen a dictator fall in Latin America." García Márquez began writing Autumn of the Patriarch in 1968 and said it was finished in 1971; however, he continued to embellish the dictator novel until 1975 when it was published in Spain.According to García Márquez, the novel is a "poem on the solitude of power" as it follows the life of an eternal dictator known as the General. The novel is developed through a series of anecdotes related to the life of the General, which do not appear in chronological order. Although the exact location of the story is not pin-pointed in the novel, the imaginary country is situated somewhere in the Caribbean.

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28, October 2014

We have a blue house

A story collection written by: Alice Munro, John Updike, Truman Capote, Shirley Jackson, Frank O’Connor, Rudyard Kipling.

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12, May 2014

The new Thousand and One Nights

A novel written by MohammadAli Oloumi.

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28, June 2014

The Water fountain singing and the Sparrow

A novel written by Hasan Asghari.

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06, August 2016

Collect some interesting images

A novel by Yasmina Khadra.
His novel set in Afghanistan under the Taliban, The Swallows of Kabul, was shortlisted for the International Dublin Literary Award (2006), as was The Attack (2008). L'Attentat won the Prix des libraires in 2006, a prize chosen by about five thousand bookstores in France, Belgium, Switzerland, and Canada. In an interview with the German radio station SWR1 in 2006, Khadra said “My novel The Swallows of Kabul gives readers in the West a chance to understand the core of a problem that the afghan women usually only touch on the surface.”

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15, December 2016

Nutshell

Nutshell is the 14th novel by English author and screenwriter Ian McEwan published in 2016. It retells William Shakespeare's play Hamlet from the point of view of an unborn child, and is set in 2015.
nterviewing McEwan for The Wall Street Journal, Michael W. Miller explained: "The idea for the extremely unusual narrator of Ian McEwan’s new novel Nutshell first came to him while he was chatting with his pregnant daughter-in-law. 'We were talking about the baby, and I was very much aware of the baby as a presence in the room,' he recalls. He jotted down a few notes, and soon afterward, daydreaming in a long meeting, the first sentence of the novel popped into his head: 'So here I am, upside down in a woman."

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