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Sunday, April 1, 1951

From M. F. Farzaneh's “Ashenayee ba Sadegh Hedayat,” (5th ed., Nashr-e Markaz, Tehran, 2004). Translated by M. Maleki. Sunday, April 1, 1951Around five o’clock we

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Writing out terror

Editor's note: This piece was written January 8, 1999, after a series of political murders in Iran. Shahidian, who died at only age 46 from

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Rue des Hedayat

Parvin Khanum, our Farsi teacher in Los Angeles, adored the writings of Sadegh Hedayat and used every opportunity to encourage us to read this author's

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Hamishe no

From: Kohnehaye Hamisheh No:Taranehaye Takht Hozi By Morteza Ahmadi (6 pages) (6 pages)

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The spiritual eye

Iranian American artist Kendal Kennedy derives artistic inspiration for her installation, entitled Common Grounds, from classical Persian literary and philosophical texts, collective cultural memory, and

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Aah o naaleh

Selected post cards from Sadegh Hedayat from the 1920's published in “Az marze enzevaa” (Nashre Cheshmeh & Deed Publishers, Tehran, 2002) on the occasion of

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