5 edition of In a Persian mirror found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -172) and index.
|Statement||by M.R. Ghanoonparvar.|
|LC Classifications||PK6424.C58 G48 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 177 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||177|
|ISBN 10||0292727607, 0292727615|
|LC Control Number||92039689|
Book Title The Persian Velvets at Rosenborg. Published Copenhagen, Denmark - Format & Size Hardcover w/ Dust Jacket - " x "; Rating: % positive. #1 Mirror and candelabras. Along with quite a number of things that the groom’s family buys for the bride is a set of mirror and candlesticks. The same mirror and candlesticks will later be in their future home to commemorate their wedding. Mirror in Persian culture represents immortality.
Coins (سکه sekke), hyacinth (سنبل sonbol), and clock (ساعت saat) are sometimes included symbolic items that are typically used to accompany Haft-sin include a mirror, candles, painted eggs, goldfish, and traditional Persian confectioneries. A "book of wisdom" is also commonly included, which might be the Quran, the Bible, the Avesta, the Shahnameh, or the divān of Hafez. Mirror Work Art of mirrors is surely one of the most delicate architectural decorations in Islamic-Iranian civilization. It is an art defined as forming regulated shapes in various designs and images with small and big pieces of mirror, for decorating interior surfaces of a construction.
The book has more than pages in khat e naskh script. JB: Several of the pages are gorgeously illuminated. AR: It's very finely decorated with much gold, lapis lazuli and other vividly colored materials. The elaborate floral decoration around the border is typically Persian in style. JB: It has the look of a fine Persian . Mage Publishers is an independent press founded in We publish books of Persian (Iranian) literature and culture in English. Latest Release! Forthcoming. Forthcoming. Other Featured Titles. Joon: Persian Cooking Made Simple. Food of Life: Ancient Persian .
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Ghanoonparvar Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Cited by: 6. In Persian Mirrors, Sciolino takes us into the public and private spaces of Iran, uncovering an alluring and seductive nation where a great battle is raging - not Cited by: In this groundbreaking study of images of the West in Iranian literature, however, M.
Ghanoonparvar reveals that these attitudes did not develop suddenly or inexplicably but rather evolved over more than two centuries of Persian-Western e among the authors whose works Ghanoonparvar discusses are Sadeq Hedayat, M. Jamalzadeh, Hushang Golshiri, Gholamhoseyn Sa'edi, Simin Brand: University of Texas Press.
A native of Iran, M. Ghanoonparvar is Professor of Persian and Comparative Literature at the University of Texas at Austin. Reviews: “I do not know of any other work which surveys the whole range of 19th- and 20th-century Persian prose writing in this way--from the travel accounts (safarnamehs) of the 19th century down to the present day.
The Persian Mirror explores France's preoccupation with Persia in the seventeenth century. Long before Montesquieu's Persian Letters, French intellectuals, diplomats and even ordinary Parisians were fascinated by Persia and eagerly consumed travel accounts, fairy tales, and the spectacle of the Persian ambassador's visit to Paris and Versailles in Brand: Oxford University Press.
The Persian Mirror explores France's preoccupation with Persia in the seventeenth century. In Persian Mirrors, Sciolino takes us into the public and private spaces of Iran, uncovering an alluring and seductive nation where a great battle is raging -- not for control over territory, but for the soul of its people.
more/5. mirror translation in English-Persian dictionary. fa دیایانا راس: ممکن است فکر کنید که در حال نگاه کردن ازپنجره به دلفینی هستید که شادمانه میچرخد، اما در واقع شما در حال نگاه کردن از پشت یک آینه دو سویه به یک دلفین هستید که باخوشحالی به خود در.
Mirrors for princes (Latin: specula principum), or mirrors of princes, form a literary genre, in a loose sense of the word, of political writing during the Early Middle Ages, Middle Ages and the Renaissance, and are part of the broader speculum or mirror literature genre.
They occur most frequently in the form of textbooks which directly instruct kings or lesser rulers on certain aspects of rule and behaviour, but in.
This survey significantly illuminates the sources of Iranian attitudes toward the West and offers many surprising discoveries for Western readers, not least of which is the fact that Iranians have often found Westerners to be as enigmatic and inco.
M.R. Ghanoonparvar. Images of the West and Westerners in Iranian Fiction. In a Persian Mirror. Middle East. End papers or pastedowns are the sheets of paper pasted onto the inner covers, joining the book block to the Rating: % positive. Get this from a library. In a Persian mirror: images of the West and Westerners in Iranian fiction.
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copyright office. The mirror sits at the very head of the wedding table. It is not a passing purchase – flowers at the wedding table may fade, sweets may be eaten, but the Ayaneh will stay with the couple forever. The posts present the book as a two-volume, lavishly illustrated publication which makes an enduring gift for those interested in art, culture and design.
This piece, too, is a combination of the fragments of worn Persian carpets and the classic Persian art of mirror-work (ayeneh kari). The book that revealed Iran to the West, now with a new Afterword. Elaine Sciolino updates Persian Mirrors to include coverage of the presidential election in Iran.
As a correspondent for Newsweek and The New York Times, Sciolino has had more experience covering revolutionary Iran than any other American reporter. She was aboard the airplane that took Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini to Tehran Book Edition: Reissue.
He has published widely on Persian literature and culture in both English and Persian and is the author of Prophets of Doom: Literature as a Socio-Political Phenomenon in Modern Iran (), In a Persian Mirror: Images of the West and Westerners in Iranian Fiction (), Translating the Garden (), Reading Chubak (), and Persian Cuisine.He has published widely on Persian literature and culture in both English and Persian and is the author of "Prophets of Doom: Literature as a Socio-Political Phenomenon in Modern Iran" (), "In a Persian Mirror: Images of the West and Westerners in Iranian Fiction" (), "Translating the Garden" (), "Reading Chubak" (), "Persian.A Persianate society is a society that is based on or strongly influenced by the Persian language, culture, literature, art and/or identity.: 6 The term "Persianate" is a neologism credited to Marshall Hodgson.
In his book, The Venture of Islam: The expansion of Islam in the Middle Periods, he defined it thus: "The rise of Persian had more than purely literary consequences: it served to.