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Jamal Mir-Sadeghi
16 Apr 2018 - 18:15

Iranian writer comments on Gunter Grass work

 

IBNA- on the occasion of the 3rd death anniversary of Gunter Grass, Iranian writer Jamal Mir-Sadeghi wrote a note describing the features of leading German writer’s work.

 
Religious books enrich understanding of religious minorities
9 Dec 2015 - 23:40

Religious books enrich understanding of religious minorities

 

IBNA- In a note sent to our office, Iran’s Top Zoroastrian priest, Ardeshir Khorshidian PhD) noted that it’s better for religious minority books to get published and become available to researchers for better understanding between religions.

 
Majid Gholami Jaliseh
22 Jul 2015 - 23:07

Iran’s Book House CEO: ‘Books are not for reading?!”

 

IBNA- Majid Gholami Jaliseh, the CEO of Iran’s Book House noted about the change in the people’s taste and their different ways of studying, as well as the reasons behind the decline in book reading per capita.

 
Kazzazi: Art seizes the true artist
13 Jul 2015 - 23:55

Kazzazi: Art seizes the true artist

 

IBNA- Veteran author, scholar and professor of Persian literature Mir Jalal al-Din Kazzazi writes that artistic creation is not a conscious act, but it is rooted in unconsciousness and a true artist is the one who is seized by art.

 
Yadollah Maftoun Amini
16 Jun 2015 - 23:21

Shamlou had been considered for Nobel Literature Prize

 

IBNA- Poet Maftoun Amini writes that he got in touch with a Nobel Prize jury member years ago who said that they planned to award Ahmad Shamlou, but the eminent Iranian poet died the following year.

 
Book censors are living in the 19th century: critic
5 May 2015 - 15:20

Book censors are living in the 19th century: critic

 

IBNA- Iranian prominent literature critic, Abdol-Ali Dastgheib writes that the Book censors in our time actually are living in the 19th century and seems unaware of the progresses made in media technology.

 
Establishing better relations with international publishers a must
11 Feb 2015 - 23:59

Establishing better relations with international publishers a must

 

You have probably heard that 4 years following the presidency of ‘Youngsuk “Y.S.” Chi in IPA (International Publishers Association), director of Bloomsbury Publishing Richard Charkin has taken the control of IPA in his hand.

 
All I learnt by His Grace
6 May 2013 - 14:52

All I learnt by His Grace

 

If a biography of Islamic philosophy scholars is ever to be penned down, one should definitely see the name of Mohammad Khajavi on top of the list. A translator and writer, Khajavi is not into the media and journalistic interviews, and perhaps the secret of his success lies in his seclusion in Rasht ...

 
Persian-Speaking Son of Armenians
5 Sep 2012 - 16:51

Persian-Speaking Son of Armenians

 

It is a fact acknowledged by the literati and linguistic experts that gaining mastery over many aspects of a foreign language and its creative usage is like simultaneously thinking, living and creating in two bodies. The significance of knowing a foreign language and gaining mastery over close and original ...

 
Half a century of adolescent’s fantasy
17 Jul 2012 - 13:45

Half a century of adolescent’s fantasy

 

Different people present different definitions of stories. Iranian author Hussein Fatahi says that stories are similar to a boundless sea which can be enjoyed by different groups; a sea which holds many facilities and can be house to different entertaining or scientific programs.

 
Victorious Dream of a Poet
21 Jun 2012 - 11:12

Victorious Dream of a Poet

 

Poetry, in our land, has a strange story since the constitution up to now. In none of the historical periods, our poets haven't been influenced by the social crises to such an extent. According to scholars if the post- constitution poetry is divided into two parts- from the constitution up to 1978 and ...

 
Translated by Farzaneh Doosti
24 Apr 2012 - 17:19

Hardships of Unfolding Hoards

 

Scribers have been the main victims of print industry. They made a living by scribing manuscripts but they lost their jobs with the emergence of print industry. What we have inherited from past centuries is a result of the endeavors of these people who acted as mediators between writers and future audiences ...

 
Limpid world of teens
14 Mar 2012 - 17:44

Limpid world of teens

 

Those who have familiarity with reading and writing, are brimful of experiences which although are hidden in layers of their lives, are obvious in emotional distresses and ups and downs of their writings. Such experiences have made a book from every single day of their lives that each paper is full ...

 
Cradle of research and interaction
28 Jan 2012 - 15:48

Cradle of research and interaction

 

Noble cultures are considered golden links among nations; nations who may speak in different languages and praise different sects. Lands which were allied in far and near times and though they separated, but have preserved many of their ancient valuable cultural heritage and it is not strange when you ...

 
Smiles of war
18 Dec 2011 - 12:21

Smiles of war

 

We go through books looking for an adventure to entertain us for a few hours towards a new world; stories which are sometimes based on facts and sometimes remind us about a specific period of time.

 
The Art of Memories
24 Oct 2011 - 14:16

The Art of Memories

 

Man's life flows in memories and his moments are tied with sweet and bitter times of the past; the past mingles with the present and the future and that is where recording memories would help. Oblivion that is a part of human nature would give in to the inscription of memories, and how sublime and elegant ...

 
Medical law; Bioethics
20 Jul 2011 - 11:14

Medical law; Bioethics

 

Humans have rights since they are only particles with spirits blown into them. The right remains with them until the last moment of their lives. The need for observing each other's rights for having a wholesome society and maintaining serenity and welfare for the public is obvious and the social and ...

 
Gardening the garden of literature
11 Jun 2011 - 13:24

Gardening the garden of literature

 

As the cradle of literariness, culture and civilization and the land of poetry and intelligence, Iran has brought up scholars and great men since old times. Any wise human admits that great part of maintaining and preserving culture and Iranian values, are in hands’ of those who have emended and have ...

 
Map, the mirror of earth and sea
17 Apr 2011 - 17:25

Map, the mirror of earth and sea

 

Maryam Moghimi: The sense of seeking security and considering a secure life is an inborn nature which every human being carries. The sense of seeking security keeps the possession sense alive, on the other hand these two enjoy mutual interaction.

 
Empathy; the necessity of education
21 Nov 2010 - 16:28

Empathy; the necessity of education

 

The following conversation presents an evaluation of Iran's education system by Seyyed Morteza Khalkhali who has spent his lifetime to boost the interaction between people and the society and to develop the education system with the international standards.

 
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