4 edition of Modern reflections of classical traditions in Persian fiction found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -159) and index.
|Statement||Mohammad Mehdi Khorrami.|
|Series||Studies in comparative literature -- 54, Studies in comparative literature (Lewiston, N.Y.)|
|LC Classifications||PK6423 .K48 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 165 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||165|
we present classical background, historical development, and modern reflections on each of our subjects, using the many forms of primary sources, reflective commentaries, the arts, creative fiction, and poetry. This magazine is dedicated to all the women and men throughout the ages who have contributed to and. (). Modern Reflections of Classical Traditions in Persian Fiction, by Mohammad Mehdi Khorrami. Middle Eastern Literatures: Vol. 14, No. 2, pp. Author: Claus V. Pedersen. medieval and classical traditions. In fact, the intellectual foundations of Mughal culture and politics rested precisely on the dual sense of both continuity with multiple classical traditions—e.g. the Islamicate, Indic, Persian, Turko-Mongol, and Greco-Hellenic—and.
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Using the ideas of "literariness" as developed by Roman Jacobson and the Russian formalists, and of "dialogism" and "polyphony" from Mikhail Bakhtin's theory of the novel, Khorrami seeks the tools and concepts for the criticism of modern (i.e., st-century) Pages: Modern Reflections of Classical Traditions in Persian Fiction (Studies in Comparative Literature) by Mohammad Mehdi Khorrami (Author) › Visit Amazon's Mohammad Mehdi Khorrami Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this Cited by: 3. Get this from a library. Modern reflections of classical traditions in Persian fiction.
[Mohammad Mehdi Khorrami]. been no serious attempt to explore modern Persian fiction within a formalist framework. Modem Reflections of Classical Traditions in Persian Fiction is an attempt to explore ways this gap might be filled.
The overall structural device of the third through the sixth chapters is a binary system that Khorrami calls the dualism of God-Satan. Among his book-length publications are Modern Reflections of Classical Traditions in Persian Fiction, and Sohrab’s Wars: Counter Discourses of Contemporary Persian Fiction, which is a translated and edited collection of short stories; the co-edited and co-translated A Feast in the Mirror: A Collections of Short Stories by Iranian Women.
He is Cited by: 1. Modern Reflections of Classical Traditions in Persian Fiction is an example of my application of this approach. My new book, Literary Subterfuge and Contemporary Persian Fiction: Who Writes Iran.
follows the same directives. Mohammad Mehdi Khorrami teaches Persian language and literature at New York University. He is author of Modern Reflections of Classical Traditions in Persian Fiction and has translated several collections of contemporary Persian short stories, including Sohrab’s Wars: Counter Discourses in Contemporary Persian Fiction.
He lives in New York : Hippocrene Books, Inc. Modern Reflections of Classical Traditions in Persian Fiction. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen, Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen, A Feast in the Mirror: Stories by Contemporary Iranian Women. Khorrami, Ph.D.University of Texas, Austin, teaches Persian language and literature at New York University.
His research field is contemporary Persian fiction. His publications include, among others, Modern Reflections of Classical Traditions in Persian Fiction ().Reviews: 1. Khorrami, Ph.D.University of Texas, Austin, teaches Persian language and literature at New York University.
His research field is contemporary Persian fiction. His publications include, among others, Modern Reflections of Classical Traditions in Persian Fiction (). Khorrami, Emeritus Professor, New York University, is the author of Literary Subterfuge and Contemporary Persian Fiction: Who Writes Iran (), and Modern Reflections of Classical Traditions in Persian Fiction (), and a number of essays and book chapters on the rhetorical and aesthetic dynamics of Persian modernist writing and.
Mohammad Mehdi Khorrami teaches Persian language and literature at New York University. He is author of Modern Reflections of Classical Traditions in Persian Fiction and has translated several collections of contemporary Persian short stories, including Sohrab's Wars: Counter Discourses in Contemporary Persian Fiction.
He lives in New York City. Classical Traditions and Modern Meanings. Stefan Sperl Preview this book Abbasid addressed Ahmad al-Din al-Mutanabbi al-Nabigha Allah Arabic poetry Arabic qasida Arabo-Persian Asma'u beauty become beginning Bello beloved century composed conventional court culture described Divan diwan du'd example expression formal garden genre ghazal 4/5(2).
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Rogers and Benjamin Eldon Stevens Classical Presences. The first comprehensive, book-length treatment of the classical tradition in science fiction.
Will appeal equally strongly to students and scholars of classics and to those of science fiction. The religious texts of the Zoroastrian faith of ancient Persia are referred to as the “Avesta.” The oldest part is the Gathas, which includes a collection of hymns and one of the oldest examples of religious poetry attributed to the prophet Zoroaster (ca.
– BCE).Displayed is a page from the Gathas, in the Middle Persian language Pahlavi, and its translation into modern Persian. Among his works are: A Feast in the Mirror: A Collection of Short Stories by Iranian Women (co-edited and co-translated with Shouleh Vatanabadi), Modern Reflections of Classical Traditions in Persian Fiction and his latest book (co-edited and co-translated with Shouleh Vatanabadi), Another Sea, Another Shore: Persian Stories of Migration ( These same facts have been instrumentalized by agendas both foreign and domestic, but also aestheticized, defamiliarized, readdressed and reconciled by artists, writers, and filmmakers across an array of identities: linguistic (Arabic, Persian, Kurdish), religious (Shiite, Sunni, atheist), and political (Iranian, Iraqi, internationalist).
Mohammad Mehdi Khorrami, “In Harmony With God, At Peace With Satan: A Reading of Tuba va Ma’na-ye Shab,” in idem, Modern Reflections of Classical Traditions in Persian Fiction, New York,pp.
Abbas Milani, “Modernity and Blue Logos,” in idem, Lost Wisdom: Rethinking Modernity in Iran, Washington, D.C.,pp. The main focus of Literary Subterfuge and Contemporary Persian Fiction is to identify components and elements which define Persian modernist fiction, placing an emphasis on literary concepts and devices which provide the dynamics of the evolutionary.
His latest work, Modern Reflections of Classical Traditions in Persian Fiction, is a monograph on some of the major characteristics of contemporary literary production and literary criticism in Iran.
This book was published simultaneously in the United States (in English) and in Iran (in Persian). Persian gained prominence as a literary language and a lingua franca—a common cultural language—about one thousand years ago. In the past millennium, a rich and varied written and spoken heritage has developed in the Persian language, elevating the visibility of Persian civilization among world intellectual Size: 1MB.
Persian literature - Persian literature - Classical prose: In the classical tradition the concept of "literature" was almost synonymous with poetry. Prose was used for utilitarian purposes, particularly in scholarship, religion, and the affairs of government.
In all these domains the Persian language was in competition with the more prestigious Arabic. Persian literature (Persian: ادبیات فارسی , romanized: Adabiyâte fârsi, pronounced [ʔædæbiːˌjɒːte fɒːɾˈsiː]) comprises oral compositions and written texts in the Persian language and is one of the world's oldest literatures.
It spans over two-and-a-half millennia. Its sources have been within Greater Iran including present-day Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, the Caucasus.
XII Modern Persian Poetry, to the Present Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan XIII Modern Fiction and Drama XIV Biographies of the Poets and Writers of the Classical Period XV Biographies of the Poets and Writers of the Modern Period; Literary Terms XVI General Index Companion Volumes to A History of Persian Literature:File Size: 1MB.
Modem Reflections of Classical Traditions in Persian Fiction is an attempt to explore ways this gap might be filled.
The overall structural device of the third through the sixth chapters is a Author: John Eisele. It also expands on some areas of interest touched upon in the ensuing chapters, notably Old and Middle Persian literature. In a second essay, Yarshater explains the progression of the classical tradition from a robust youth to an effete old age, before moving on to a new beginning.
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In the introduction, in both Italian and English, he evokes the likes of the 17th century Persian-language poet from India, ‘Abdo ’l. Explore books by Mohammad Mehdi Khorrami with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Children's literature or juvenile literature includes stories, books, magazines, and poems that are made for children.
Modern children's literature is classified in two different ways: genre or the intended age of the reader. Children's literature can be traced to stories and songs, part of a wider oral tradition, that adults shared with children before publishing existed. M.M. Khorrami, Modern reflections of classical traditions in Persian fiction (Lewiston, Lampeter: Edwin Mellen Press, ).
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Middle Eastern Literatures | Middle Eastern Literatures, was launched in by former editorial board members of Journal of Arabic Literature. After considering the current state of research in. In spite of a rich trove of classical works (mainly poems), modern Iranian literature is less than a hundred years old.
If we consider the works of Sadegh Hedayat () in fiction and Nima Yushij () in poetry as the beginning of Iran's modern literature, then. This book introduces the canonical figure Sadeq Hedayat, a prolific writer known for his magnum opus, The Blind Owl, and draws a comprehensive image of a major intellectual force in the context of Persian Literature in the contemporary landscape of the world’s literary : Palgrave Macmillan.
In order to understand the relation in which the Persian dialects and stages in the history of the language stand to one another, it may be well to subjoin a list of words in Old Persian, Avestic, Pahlavi and modern Persian.
It will be seen that Ayestic is not the source of the Aryan part of the present tongue. of Mirza Habib of Isfahan (put to death in ). Morier imitated the Persian prose style and pretended that the book was the memoirs of an Isfahani friend who had fallen ill in Tucat, Turkey, and died there. Mirza Habib was so successful in rendering it in Persian that for many years Iranians thought the book was the work of one of their File Size: KB.
Explores how writers, filmmakers and artists have attempted to reckon with the legacy of a devastating war The Iran-Iraq War was the longest conventional war of the 20th century. The memory of it may have faded in the wake of more recent wars in the region, but the harrowing facts remain: over one million soldiers and civilians dead, millions more permanently displaced and disabled, and an.
period But classical Persian poetry relies heavily on tradition and cultural memory, displaying strong connections with the pre-Islamic past in aspects including its meter (attuned to Arabic), its lexis, and major themes Through a diachronic study of classical Persian File Size: KB.An influential author who introduced many modern literary techniques to Persian literature, Houshang Golshiri began writing fiction in the s, although it wasn’t until the release of his first novel Prince Ehtejab () that his talent was truly recognized.
An anti-establishment story of decadency, the novel was made into a successful : Andrew Kingsford-Smith.Sunil Sharma interviewed by Maryam Kamali | (Iranian Medieval History) Sunil Sharma is the Associate Professor of Persianate and Comparative Literature at Boston University’s Department of Modern Languages and Comparative Literature Dear Prof.
Sharma, it is my great pleasure to have an interview with you regarding medieval Persian literature. One of the controversial issues in Iranian.