Iranian Literature

“Writing the Talking Cure” appears in Persian

TEHRAN – A Persian translation of American scholar Jeffrey Berman’s book “Writing the Talking Cure: Irvin D. Yalom and the Literature of Psychotherapy” has arrived in Iranian bookstores. Published by Qoqnus, the book was translated into Persian by the Nazi Akbari. Distinguished psychiatrist and psychotherapist, Irvin D. Yalom is also …

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Leader congratulates Olympic and Paralympic champions

The leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, congratulated and applauded the champions of recent Olympic and Paralympic competitions, describing them as messengers of hope. In a meeting with Tokyo Games medalists on Saturday, he said they send a message of perseverance, hope and vitality to society and …

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Widening the keyhole of the future

The release of a second anthology of Israeli speculative fiction in English translation will be celebrated on September 23 with a special hybrid panel at the Icon Science Fiction Festival in Tel Aviv. Emanuel Lottem and Sheldon Teitelbaum, pillars of the speculative literature community in this country and driving force …

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National Book Awards announces its 2021 nominees

The 10 contenders for the non-fiction include 2019 shortlisted author Hanif Abdurraqib, this time for his book “A Little Devil in America”, as well as two books that examine the legacy of slavery in the United States. Clint Smith visited nine sites related to slavery for his book “How the …

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The best shows on Apple TV +

The best thing about Apple TV +? The range of shows it offers. The worst with Apple TV +? Choose what to watch from the range of shows on offer. It is a universal experience. But don’t worry, we’ve got your back and have rounded up some of the best …

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Does laparoscopic hysterectomy + bilateral salpingectomy decrease ovarian reserve more than total abdominal hysterectomy? A cohort study measuring anti-Müllerian hormone before and after surgery | BMC Women’s Health

Study design In this prospective cohort study, approved by the ethics committee of Shiraz University of Medical Sciences (code: 930-01-01-7579), patients who were referred to Hazrat-Zeinab and Ghadir hospitals, affiliated at the University of Medical Sciences in Shiraz for a hysterectomy for a year were recruited. Serum AMH levels were …

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Multidimensional poverty line in Iran

Today, no one can ignore or conceal the expansion and depth of poverty across Iran, which is becoming a historic event with countless consequences. However, certain phrases like the “poverty line” no longer show the true dimension of this catastrophe. Iranian economists and media use the “multidimensional poverty line” to …

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Iranian university to grant more scholarships to Afghans

TEHRAN – Allameh Tabatabai University in Tehran will award scholarships to 35 talented faculty members and students from Afghanistan this year, up from 20 scholarships in previous years, ISNA reported on Monday. At the Seventh Board Meeting of Allameh Tabatabai University, it was approved that the university annually awards scholarships …

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Iranian nominees for IBBY reading promotion awards unveiled

TEHRAN – The Iranian Children’s Book Council has announced the country’s nominations for the IBBY-iRead Outstanding Reading Promoter Award and the IBBY-Asahi Reading Promotion Award. Children’s literature expert Zohreh Qaini was nominated for the award in 2021 and Iran-based Afghan book-reading promoter Nader Musavi received the nomination for 2022. Qaini, …

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Century-old Yazd public baths gain past glory

TEHRAN – Shazdeh, an Afsharid-era (1736-1748) public bathhouse in the historic village of Tezerjan in central Yazd province, has been restored, a local tourism official said. The project involved lightening and repairing the roof as well as strengthening the structure using cob materials, Hamidreza Abbasi said on Monday, CHTN reported. …

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Highlights of the 74th Cannes Film Festival

Carole Bethuel Hi Hollywoodians! Today we’re sharing some of our favorite moments from the 74th Cannes Film Festival. The prestigious festival took place July 6-17 and celebrated some of the greatest actors and filmmakers from around the world! The Festival is back! Tonight at 7:25 p.m., follow the Opening Ceremony …

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Russian season at the Cannes Film Festival

This year, Russia sent six films to the Cannes Film Festival, four in competition and two in non-competitive categories. And the filmmakers won three awards: the Grand Prize for the film “Hytti Nro. 6 ”by Juho Kuosmanen co-produced with Russia – shared with the film“ Ghahreman ”(Hero) by Iranian filmmaker …

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Quotes of the day from Xinhua World News, July 14

NEW YORK – Science, not speculation, is key to determining how COVID-19 has reached humans, and relying on spy agents only replaces science with politics, said John Richard Schrock, former chairman of the biology department at Emporia State University. “We believe the strongest clue of new, credible, and peer-reviewed evidence …

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Iranian border towns, beautiful but underestimated

TEHRAN – Countries are defined geographically and politically by their borders. Borders are fundamentally linked to tourism, as travel almost always involves crossing a political or other border, and border areas are often the first or last area of ​​a country visited by travelers. Iran has a total of 5,894 …

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Yazd will boost astronomical tourism

TEHRAN – Astronomical tourism is expected to be developed in the city of Bahabad in central Yazd province, a local tourism official said. The region’s tourist infrastructure will be improved in the near future, Alireza Kazemi said on Saturday. In addition to its location as one of the darkest vantage …

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Reckless crime | Saturday newspaper

On August 18, 1978, the Rex Cinema in Abadan, Iran was set on fire in an arson, killing over 400 people. Crime is seen as a crucial trigger for the mobilization that led to the revolution the following year. From the outset, this act of terrorism was fiercely contested, with …

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Century-old public baths take on the glory of yesteryear

TEHRAN – Mohammad Beig, a Zand-era (1750-1794) public bathhouse in Khoy, the northwestern province of West Azerbaijan, has been restored, the provincial tourism chief has said. The project consisted of repairing the tiles as well as reinforcing the walls of the historic structure, Jalil Jabbari announced Thursday. In the coming …

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Reckless Book Limits | Press day

Once again, Long Island’s school districts have become battlegrounds in some of the country’s hottest culture wars. At that time, that included fights for masks, virtual pandemic learning, and student programs. And, among some parents and administrators, there have been concerns about Marjane Satrapi’s graphic novel “Persepolis”. The award-winning two-part …

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What makes love cake like cake?

Once upon a time, a Persian girl fell in love with a prince. To make him love her back madly, she baked the prettiest, most fragrant, and delicious cake and filled it with magical powers. Did this love cake work? There seem to be two endings to this story. The …

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Gujarati writers, poets and artists condemn Sahitya State Academy for slandering poet Parul Khakkar

Here is the complete list of signatories in alphabetical order: Aatish Indrekar Chhara, Abhijit Joshi, Abhijit Vyas, Aditi Desai, Amit Dave, Amita Shah, Amitabh Madia, Amrit Gangar, Anand Mazgaonkar, Anand Pandya, Anandvardhan Yagnik, Anil Joshi, Babu Suthar, Barin Mehta, Bhanubharavana Purohit, Bhanubharavana Purohit Ramrakhyani, Bhavik Raja, Bina Jadav, Bindu Prasad, …

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Persian readers welcome “Secondhand Time”

TEHRAN – The fifth edition of a Persian translation of Belarusian Nobel Laureate Svetlana Alexievich’s book “Secondhand Time: The Last of the Soviets” has arrived in Iranian bookstores. Cheshmeh published the first edition of the book translated from Russian edition into Persian by Abdolmajid Ahmadi in 2019. “Secondhand Time” is …

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China’s mediating role between Israel and Palestine

China’s economic and diplomatic activities in the Middle East have increased dramatically over the past decade. Yet China’s economic engagement in the region is receiving the most attention, which makes sense. Currently, China is the largest trading partner of 11 states in the Middle East, as well as the region’s …

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Remembering Hazrat Nizamuddin Bukhari (RA)

Added the 6 june 2021 among others By: Manzoor Narvaw Walla The arrival of Islam added to Kashmir’s rich religious past and also its complexity as a Sufi – infused Sunni Islam slowly infiltrated the valley from perhaps the end of the century. year 1000, and certainly 1200. He came …

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Best First Female Authors to Read This Summary

Nothing beats a summer reading. Afternoons lazing on picnic blankets or swings, lounging by the pool or languishing on beach blankets are infinitely more enjoyable when immersed in an entertaining romance. This year, a list of brilliant new books emerges, especially those by newbie female authors who already seem poised …

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Books on modern Iranian cultural currents unveiled

TEHRAN – A series of books on contemporary Iranian thought and cultural currents was unveiled Tuesday during a special meeting at the House of Iranian Books and Literature in Tehran. “Thought and Cultural Currents in Contemporary Iran” consists of 30 books, eight of which were presented during the meeting. The …

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Attract foreign students more than expected: official

TEHRAN – Currently, foreign nationals constitute 1.64% of the country’s student population, approximately 0.14% more than the target set by the sixth five-year national development plan (2016-2021). According to the plan, around 1.5% of the country’s university student population is expected to be non-Iranian, however, the figure rose to 1.64% …

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When the gypsies came to town

This happened in the winter of 1959. There was a wave of unrest in the “kancha bazaar” (kitchen market) in the city of Dinajpur. Someone made a bugle call: “The gypsies are here. Allah save us! Secure your belongings.” It was as if some calamity had befallen the small town. …

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