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Reza Amirkhani

Reza Amirkhani
Born (1973-05-16)16 May 1973
Tehran

Reza Amirkhani is a contemporary Iranian novelist.

He started writing at high school with "ERMIA" novel.[1] He has studied Dastan-e-Sistan and Nasht-e-Nesha written by him that describes some social problems and their solutions.[2]

Works

  • Ermia
  • Naser Armani (Armenian Nasser- 11 Stories)
  • Az Be (From - To)
  • Man-e-oo (His Ego)
  • Dastan-e-Sistan (about ten day travel with supreme leader of Iran)
  • Nasht-e-Nesha (an article about Iranian brain drain)
  • 2008:Bi Vatan ("Homelandless")
  • Sar-Lohe-Ha ( His notes in Louh website)
  • 2010:Nafahat -e- naft (an essey about oil management)
  • 2010:Jaanestaan-e-Kaabulistan (Afghanistan Itinerary after 2009 election in Iran)
  • 2012:Gheydar (Kedar)

References

  1. ^ http://ibna.ir/vdcaimni.49nuw1gtk4.html
  2. ^ http://www.ibna.ir/vdcd590k.yt0kn6me2y.html

External links

  • Author's website
  • http://nodet.net/Fame/Al_Fame.asp
  • http://www.ermia.ir/En/
  • Home-less-ness: a novel by Reza Amirkhani


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