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Bahrām Bayz̤āʾī

Bio: Bahrām Bayz̤āʾī is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: Persian literature & Persian. The author has an hindex of 1, co-authored 1 publications receiving 2 citations.

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01 Jan 1987
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors present five plays that exemplify the most significant trends in Persian literature and represent the first English translations of the works of three of its leading practitioners, and make the genre accessible and bring this new and original art form to the attention of the West.
Abstract: This anthology presents five plays that exemplify the most significant trends in Persian literature and represent the first English translations of the works of three of its leading practitioners. Drama is a recent development in Persian literature and is as yet little known outside of Iran. The translations included in this anthology make the genre accessible and bring this new and original art form to the attention of the West. Co-published with the Persian Heritage Foundation.

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01 Sep 2022-TDR
TL;DR: In this paper , the Count to One, a story of three soldiers who refuse to follow orders to bomb a city in Iran, is described, and the creation, animation, and destruction of clay puppets are performed.
Abstract: Iranian theatre director Zahra Sabri’s dramaturgy layers performers and puppets, puppets and puppeteers, collapsing distinctions between the inanimate and the animate in ways that allow spectators more freedom to interpret her work. Her 2012 Count to One enacts the creation, animation, and destruction of clay puppets while telling a story of three soldiers who refuse to follow orders to bomb a foreign city.

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10 Sep 2022
TL;DR: Sabri's Count to One as discussed by the authors depicts the creation, animation, and destruction of clay puppets while telling a story of three soldiers who refuse to follow orders to bomb a foreign city.
Abstract: Abstract:Iranian theatre director Zahra Sabri's dramaturgy layers performers and puppets, puppets and puppeteers, collapsing distinctions between the inanimate and the animate in ways that allow spectators more freedom to interpret her work. Her 2012 Count to One enacts the creation, animation, and destruction of clay puppets while telling a story of three soldiers who refuse to follow orders to bomb a foreign city.
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TL;DR: Reza Baraheni was born in Tabriz, the capital city of the province of Azarbaijan, Iran, in 1935 and was educated in Iran and Turkey and was awarded a doctorate in English and Comparative Literature from the University of Istanbul as mentioned in this paper.
Abstract: Reza Baraheni was born in Tabriz, the capital city of the province of Azarbaijan, Iran, in 1935. He was educated in Iran and Turkey and was awarded a doctorate in English and Comparative Literature from the University of Istanbul. Widely known as a poet, Baraheni has played an instrumental role in the establishment of modern literary criticism in Iran.
06 Apr 2011
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors present the formes traditionnelles comme les marionnettes et les ombres, la comedie populaire et la ta'ziye, puis de la naissance et du developpement du theâtre moderne inspire de l'Occident.
Abstract: Presentation des formes traditionnelles comme les marionnettes et les ombres, la comedie populaire et la ta'ziye, puis de la naissance et du developpement du theâtre moderne inspire de l'Occident.