IBNA- From the series of the weekly programs organized by Tehran's Book City ‎Institute, a meeting on Iran and Czech literary dialogue will be held on Tuesday, ‎September 20. ‎ ‎ ‎
Meeting on Iran and Czech literary dialogue due
The online event will be attended by Zuzana Rihova from the Institute of Czech Literature as Editor in Chief of the Czech Literary Studies, and Iranian experts Mona Khademi and Majid Bahravar.
Those interested may follow the meeting on the Instagram of Tehran's Book City Institute at ketabofarhang, Telegram channel of the institute: bookcitycc, and its page on the Aparat website.
In this meeting, the history and course of the translation of Czech literary works in Iran and the current Czech literary trends will be examined with an emphasis on women's literature and the topics they deal with. Also, the works of several contemporary Czech authors such as Katarina Tuchkova and Martin Rishavy will be introduced.
The triangle of Vienna, Budapest and Prague is very significant for understanding the intellectual culture of Central Europe, and the majority of the Czech poets and writers originated from Prague. Literature readers in Iran are familiar with the works of the eminent figures Kafka, Kundera and Klima, but they know less about the literary developments of recent years.
On the other hand, Iranology, Persian language and literature have a long history in the Czech Republic, and this country has known Iranologists such as Ripka but unfortunately, contemporary Persian literature is not well known there.
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