"Where Are the Thousand Legends" reprinted
The book “Where Are the Thousand Legends?” by prominent filmmaker and author Bahram Beizaii has gone through its 2nd print.
IBNA: The book presents proofs and documents that “The Thousand and One Nights” is of Persian origin. Its first print was released in May and currently, as only two months have passed, it has gone through its 2nd print.
The PR manager of the book's publisher, Yousefi said:" Although the book wasn't ready for the 25th Tehran International Book Fair, but its was welcomed warmly."
“The Thousand and One Nights” is a collection of Oriental stories of uncertain date and authorship whose tales of Aladdin, Ali Baba, and Sindbad the Sailor have almost become part of Western folklore.
The 2nd print of "Where Are the Thousand Legends" has been released in 2000 copies and 520 pages.
Considered as one of the most intellectual auteurs in Iranian cinema, Beizaii has written and directed several films including “When We Are All Asleep”, “Killing Mad Dogs”, “Travelers”, “Bashu, the Little Stranger”, “Death of Yazdgerd”, “The Journey” and “The Downpour”.
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