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The Lonelies
19 May 2012 - 11:42

The Lonelies

 

Reading a page of a book out of thousands and millions of pages is, for us, like looking through a window on brighter side of the world that is constantly calling us, tempting us to set on a journey with the frigate of a book for more and more adventures...

 
Tribute to a writer too alive to die
18 May 2012 - 18:06

Tribute to a writer too alive to die

 

Let's not go back too far: Arthur Miller died in 2005 and from then on we have seen the death of many prominent figures of world literature.

 
Ethical Dictionary of the Infallibles
17 May 2012 - 13:32

Ethical Dictionary of the Infallibles

 

Reading a page of a book out of thousands and millions of pages is, for us, like looking through a window on brighter side of the world that is constantly calling us, tempting us to set on a journey with the frigate of a book for more and more adventures...

 
Enamel Art
14 May 2012 - 16:09

Enamel Art

 

Reading a page of a book out of thousands and millions of pages is, for us, like looking through a window on brighter side of the world that is constantly calling us, tempting us to set on a journey with the frigate of a book for more and more adventures...

 
I
12 May 2012 - 11:51

I'm Not Janette

 

Reading a page of a book out of thousands and millions of pages is, for us, like looking through a window on brighter side of the world that is constantly calling us, tempting us to set on a journey with the frigate of a book for more and more adventures...

 
Religion and Everyday Life
7 May 2012 - 16:24

Religion and Everyday Life

 

Reading a page of a book out of thousands and millions of pages is, for us, like looking through a window on brighter side of the world that is constantly calling us, tempting us to set on a journey with the frigate of a book for more and more adventures...

 
Book Fair: an Experience for All
7 May 2012 - 12:25

Book Fair: an Experience for All

 

Organizers of the 25th Tehran International Book Fair confidently contend that over 1.2m visited the showcase in its first three days. Wow! This is great for the industry.

 
Ten Revolution Poets
1 May 2012 - 11:18

Ten Revolution Poets

 

Reading a page of a book out of thousands and millions of pages is, for us, like looking through a window on brighter side of the world that is constantly calling us, tempting us to set on a journey with the frigate of a book for more and more adventures...

 
My Dear Husband
29 Apr 2012 - 11:36

My Dear Husband

 

Reading a page of a book out of thousands and millions of pages is, for us, like looking through a window on brighter side of the world that is constantly calling us, tempting us to set on a journey with the frigate of a book for more and more adventures...

 
Indian book market in "rapid growth"
26 Feb 2012 - 12:56

Indian book market in "rapid growth"

 

The Indian book market grew by 45% in volume and 40% in value over the first half of 2011, with adult fiction the fastest-growing area of the market, according to Nielsen BookScan India figures as the panel marks its first full year of sales monitoring.

 
Russian classical literature a source of never ending inspiration - poll
18 Feb 2012 - 16:53

Russian classical literature a source of never ending inspiration - poll

 

Russia’s literature geniuses remain on the top of the global ‘best writers’ list, a poll conducted among contemporary British and US novelists shows.

 
Publishers or Merchants?
29 Jan 2012 - 11:36

Publishers or Merchants?

 

By Farzam Shirzadi, storywriter, journalist: There are tens of publishers that blissfully release copies of Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam in varying facades without even bothering to work out their not-very-few printing oversights. The printed copies of Saadi's Bustan and Golestan as well as Divan of Hafez ...

 
Ashura: Reminder of history
5 Dec 2011 - 08:00

Ashura: Reminder of history's great stories

 

Mahmoud Mirafzali: Shias revere Ashura like they respect other months of the year with religious rituals specific to them. The day of Ashura is a sacred day and is a reminder of great days in the history of Islam.

 
Seven Colors of Tragedy
9 Nov 2011 - 13:38

Seven Colors of Tragedy

 

Dr Behzad Ghaderi, university professor and translator: Tragedy has taken different forms and meanings in the passage of time and different cultures. Today when speaking about tragedy, we should first make clear which tragedy we have in mind ancient Greek tragedy, ancient Rome tragedy, Renaissance tragedy,...

 
Need for a Latin American Studies Center
5 Nov 2011 - 16:54

Need for a Latin American Studies Center

 

Yaser Asgari; expert in Latin American studies: The ever-expanding ties between Iran and the countries of Latin and Central America in terms of politics and economy, on the one hand, and the tendency of developed and developing countries like the US, Russia, China, Japan and Turkey to focus towards ...

 
An account of Iranian publishers at FIBF
29 Oct 2011 - 13:31

An account of Iranian publishers at FIBF

 

Secretary of Tehran Union of Publishers and Booksellers (TUPB): During the 63rd Frankfurt International Book Fair (FIBF), a total of 18 Iranian publishers participated in stalls spanning over an area of 116sqm.

 
General Hamdani & Iraqi-imposed war on Iran
24 Oct 2011 - 12:45

General Hamdani & Iraqi-imposed war on Iran

 

In a challenging interview, Former Iraqi Republican Guard Crops commander General Ra’ad Hamdani has analyzed Iraqi's army's operations as well as Iran's operations during the imposed war while evaluating their strong and weak points.

 
Empathy, Solidarity: Needs of Sacred Defense Literature
20 Sep 2011 - 14:32

Empathy, Solidarity: Needs of Sacred Defense Literature

 

Today, the practical context for Sacred Defense researchers and writers is far from solid and coherent. As well, the Sacred Defense-related literary, cultural and arts programs are devoid of any strategic planning [in the country].

 
Motivating kids to read
20 Jul 2011 - 14:50

Motivating kids to read

 

Effective reading is perhaps the most essential skill in life, with effective writing a close second. We need to be able to communicate well.

 
Translated by Farzaneh Doosti
27 May 2011 - 10:44

Communicative Technology and Evolution of Literary Genres

 

Roya Dianat, journalist and editor-in-chief of IBNA World Service: One can find in almost all cultures a proverb somehow implying that when a door is shut, another one opens up. The issue of books being threatened by new technology has for long been disputed and revived by news from various parts of ...