IBNA- 'Women' (Mujeres) a nonfiction feminist book by noted Uruguayan journalist, writer and novelist Eduardo Galeano has been translated into Persian and published in the city of Qom.
This book by Galeano who is seen, among other things, "global soccer's pre-eminent man of letters" and "a literary giant of the Latin American left”, has been translated into Persian by Samaneh Milani Tabrizi. Ketabestan-e Marefat is the publisher of the work and has printed it in 243 pages.
In 'Women', Galeano tells of the intensity of female characters motivated by a cause, such as Rosa Luxemburg or Rigoberta Menchú; for their own beauty or talent, like Marilyn Monroe or Rita Hayworth, Camille Claudel or Josephine Baker.
But it also tells of the collective exploits of anonymous women: those who fought in the Paris Commune, the warriors of the Mexican Revolution, and others. It’s a tribute to women who celebrate life because they have not opted for resigning themselves.
The best known works of Galeano are ‘Memory of Fire Trilogy’ (1986) and Open Veins of Latin America (Las venas abiertas de América Latina 1971) which have been translated into twenty languages and transcended orthodox genres: combining fiction, journalism, political analysis, and history.