Chapnevesht’ contains writings on Iranian lithography
Publish Date : Friday 14 August 2015 - 00:00
IBNA- The new book by CEO of Iran’s Book House Majid Gholami Jalisseh titled ‘Chapnevesht: Short Writings on Books’ introduces print industry and a number of books lithographed in Qajar era Iran.
According to IBNA
correspondent, the book is published by the Iran’s Book House Institute, includes some parts of the author’s notes on lithographed books which were published on Internet.
The author has compiled and arranged the book in four parts of “Introduction”, “Printing History”, “Writing and Publishing” and “Image and Printing”. “Omdeh Ibn Betariq from Najaf to Mashhad”, ‘Hafez of the Arab World’, “Attar with a French Taste”, “Henry Forte, the French Humorist”, “Interpreter”,”E`tesam ol-Molk”, ‘Naser al-Din Shah
’s Trips to the West and his Travelogues’, ‘Shirazeh’ and “The Biography of the Prophet Mohammad Ibn Abdullah” are the titles of the first part of this book.
Topics content in the second part of the book is as follows: "Confusing Condition of Cataloging and Bibliography of Our Old Texts", "Home Printers and Mobile Printers in the Qajar
's Opportunity Loss regarding the Printing Industry", "A Publisher's Plagiarism and an Editor's Innovation", 'Printing Movement and the Stupid Poet' and 'Unfair Author in the Absence of Lead Printing Machines”.
‘Chapnevesht: Short Writings on Books’ by Majid Gholami Jalisseh is published with the print run of 1,000 copies in 354 pages at 150,000 Rls by Iran’s Book House Institute. Gholami Jalisseh has dedicated this book to the Iranian book historian and researcher Seyyed Farid Ghasemi.