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Abbas Maroufi

Abbas Maroufi (Persian: عباس معروفی‎‎, born May 17, 1957 in Tehran) is an Iranian novelist and journalist. His most famous novel is Symphony of the Dead.[1]

Raised and educated in Tehran, Abbas Maroufi studied dramatic arts at Tehran University while teaching at schools and writing for the newspapers. He served as the editor in chief of the literary Gardun magazine from 1990 to 1995. His first published work was a collection of short stories entitled Into the Sun. He also wrote a few plays which were performed on stage. In his The Last Superior Generation, he touched on social themes. His last collection of short stories, The Scent of the Jasmine was published in the United States.

Maroufi came to prominence with the publication of Symphony of the Dead (1989) which is narrated in the form of a symphony. In this novel, Maroufi uses the stream of consciousness technique very effectively. The Year of Turmoil and The Body of Farhad are among his other works. Maroufi is currently living in Germany with his family. Some of his works have been translated into German. Abbas maroufi's other novels include : " fereydoon had three sons", "Completly special", "Melted". Maroufi's Books and style was heavily influenced by Iran's modernist writer ; "Houshang Golshiri" who was also his teacher. Maroufi currently resides in Germany where he has opened a book-store, He also Holds writing classes and teaches Students who show interest in writing and story-telling.

References

  1. ^ Africa, Latin America and the Middle East through literature

External links

  • His poetic weblog
  • His political weblog on [Radio Zamaneh]


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