First major Iranian female novelist. • Published her first collection of short stories in 1948. • Received Ph. D. in 1949. • Her Major work: Savushun (1969) ...
10.HINE 126 - Winter 2006 - Gheissari - History
Mar 24, 2006 ... Simin Daneshvar, Savushun, translated by Roxane Zand as A Persian Requiem. A. Karimi-Hakkak, An Anthoplogy of Modern Persian Poetry ...
11.ENG 343, NEW NOVELS: MANY VOICES, MANY CULTURES
Tamim Ansay, West of Kabul, East of New York (memoir). Hanan Al-Shaykh, Women of Sand and Myrrh. Simin Daneshvar, Savushun. Assia.Djebar, Fantasia.
12.Curriculum Vitae [PDF]
Landscape. M.A. Thesis., University of New Orleans, Department of. English, Spring 2012. Jahed, Yasi. Simin Daneshvar's Savushun: Examining Gender Under ...
13.Washington DC - Middle East Studies Association - University of ...
Aug 1, 2011 ... Nasrin Rahimieh, UC Irvine–Savushun and the Paradoxes of Authenticity. Samad J. Alavi, UC Berkeley–Revolu- tionary Poet or Rebel ...
14.An International Symposium on The Life and Poetry of Simin ...
His translations include Jalal Al-e Ahmad's By the. Pen, Sadeq Chubak's The Patient Stone, Simin Daneshvar's Savushun, and Sadeq Hedayat's ...
15.The “Boom” in Prose Writing by Iranian Women Authors ... - Pars Times
success with her novel Savushun (Mourners of Siyāvash) published in 1969, the first novel ... Savushun became a best seller for over two decades, selling about ...
16.1 FALL, 2012 - Department of English - University of Arkansas
Mar 14, 2012 ... Savushun. Mage Publishers. Pezeshkzad, Iraj. My Uncle Napoleon. Modern Library Paperbacks. Parsipur, Shahrnush. Touba and the Meaning ...