Farzaneh Doosti

Writer, Translator, Researcher

Farzaneh Doosti
پارسی English

Top Ten Translations from Persian

an overview of top translations from Persian in the years just past. Published in Parsagon...
Writings / Book Reviews / 2017-02-14 / 0 Comment(s)
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Karnameh Exhibition: A Diorama of Arts for Iranian Children

Published in Parsagon: The Persian Literature Review / 21 June 2016...
Writings / Book Reviews / 2017-02-12 / 0 Comment(s)
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The Art of Literary Research

The Art of Literary Research By Richard D. Altick (Norton, 1963, 276 pages) ...
Writings / Book Reviews / 2016-11-14 / 0 Comment(s)
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The Crying of Lot 49

Oedipal Aporia in the Tower of Semiomania...
Writings / Book Reviews / 2013-11-03 / 0 Comment(s)
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Jane Austen Book Club

The Self as Text as Reader in Jane Austen Book Club...
Writings / Book Reviews / 2013-11-03 / 0 Comment(s)
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Midnight in Paris

Defense of Defeat of the Author?...
Writings / Book Reviews / 2013-11-03 / 1 Comment(s)
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The White Ribbon

The White Ribbon’s account of the fictitious Eichwald village has no explicit connection with the Emergent Fascist generation neither does the narrative disclose the identity of those responsible for the incidents in the village. The majority of critics/reviewers, however, have interpreted the narrative in the light of the Nazi generation, taking the final brief World-War-I allusions as...
Writings / Book Reviews / 2013-11-03 / 0 Comment(s)
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Household Stories

  Narrative Immediacy and Distanced Voice in Grimm Brothers' Tales   One of the main differences between folklore stories and other literary genres is the simplicity and immediacy of language reinforced by vivid imagery and brevity of narratives. That is also the case with Grimm Brothers' collection of stories whose version is – to the consensus of many critics –...
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The Theory of Light and Matter

The Theory of Light and Matter is written in low-pace moving sentences that gradually take the reader to a timeless and secluded zone where they can contemplate over unwelcome situations – very likely to happen in their own lives and relationships – and let them be taken by the words of the narrator....
Writings / Book Reviews / 2013-11-03 / 0 Comment(s)
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