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Exiled Writers Ink ! - Publications Books, 1990; Simic Elvira, The Cry of Bosnia, Genie Quest Publishing,1997; mansouri pari, Entertainment in Exile, (Farsi); Dumpor Amna http://www.exiledwriters.co.uk/publ.htm
Pari Mansouri Webpages on the Iranian writer and translator, including biographical and publication information Category Arts Literature Authors M mansouri, pariWelcome to pari mansouri's Homepage. Above and Beyond Love. pari mansouri,Iranian, writer and translator, was born in Tehran, Iran in 1936. http://www.art-arena.com/pari_mansouri.htm
Extractions: from her books in the Writers' Corner section, and to the On-Line Persian Bookstore Pari Mansouri, Iranian, writer and translator, was born in Tehran, Iran in 1936. She studied at the Tehran University and has a BA in English literature, and an MA in Social Sciences. She was a teacher of English language for 20 years until 1975, when she asked for early retirement and a year later she moved to England with her husband and children. On-Line Persian Bookstore Writer's Corner Several of her short stories and translations of other writers' works, have been published in Persian journals, both in Iran and abroad. She received two awards for the best translated book of the year (Madame Curie) in 1963. Her latest book of translation is a selection of short stories by notable writers of the world. Among her own published works are her novel, "Above and Beyond Love" , and two books of short stories called "Entertainment in Exile" and "No, I Was Not Dreaming"
A Celebration Of Women Writers: IRAN Links to Iranian women writers on the web.Category Regional Middle East Iran Society and Culture Women Press, 1997) (HTML at UC Press). Isfandiyari, Halah (fl.1997); Kar,Mehrangiz (fl.2000); Lahiji, Shahla (fl.2000); mansouri, pari (1936); http://digital.library.upenn.edu/women/_generate/IRAN.html
Extractions: "No, I Was Not Dreaming" Something very strange happened to me last night. It was so unusual that the next morning, I did not have the courage to tell my husband or my son and daughter about it. I was certain that my husband, being a rational and sensitive person, would become very worried, to the extent that he would suggest I should ask my friends to recommend a good psychiatrist. On the other hand, my son and daughter being quite carefree and relaxed, would have probably said, "Mum, have you been dreaming again? Hope it's a good Omen!" Nevertheless, I am quite sure that I was not dreaming and need to tell someone about what happened last night. I hope you don't mind listening. Well, I was sound asleep, when suddenly I was awakened by a tapping noise. At first I thought it might be the wind. Then, I listened more carefully, and realised that it was not. Someone was actually tapping on the window of our bedroom. I became very frightened and turned on the bedside lamp. I looked at the clock; it was one o'clock in the morning. I wanted to nudge my husband and awaken him; but I felt it was not fair to interrupt his sleep. You see, lately he has been suffering from stomach problems, and the pain does not allow him to sleep well at night. I started to rationalise, and thought that it could not possibly be a burglar. We all know that burglars value their privacy and are not in the habit of knocking on people's windows at one o'clock in the morning to wake the household!
Extractions: Pari Mansouri This section of Art Arena , provides primarily "Modern Persian Poetry and Prose ", both in "English translation" and in "Persian" . The works are by two of Iran's well-known literary figures, Mahmud Kianush and Pari Mansouri. As well as enjoying the FREE extracts, visitors can purchase their books from the Online Persian Bookstore
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Extractions: The Winged White Horse By: Pari Mansouri Translated from the Persian Book of short stories, "No, I Was Not Dreaming" Once upon a time, not so long ago, in a small town, at the foot of some very high mountains, surrounded by green valleys and fresh fields, a little girl was born, whom her parents named " Shadi", meaning "Joy". Quite by chance, this name was very appropriate for the little girl, as she was never seen by anyone to be crying or bad-tempered. All her family and friends loved her very much. Well, it is hard not to love such a sweet and pleasant girl. She loved everyone too. You must be wandering what she looked like. I have to say that she was like a shining piece of crystal; like the blue sky and the calm sea; like sunshine and moonlight; like all the stars and every spring flower; like the joyful songs of birds on a bright morning; and above all, she was beautiful in everybody's eyes because of her sweet temper and good behaviour. Her father, mother and her only brother loved her very much, and she grew up surrounded by their affection. Time passed, and she was now at an age when, in her imagination, she could step into the world of her mother's stories, and make friends with the fairies and the angels. In her mind, the stories told by her mother, were the most beautiful in the whole world, and her favourite, was that of the 'Winged White Horse'. Little Joy became especially fond of this story. From time to time, she asked her mother to buy the Winged-White-Horse for her, but her mother's answer was always the same, that it could not be bought.
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