Bahram Sadeghi

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‌Bahram Sadeghi
Born(1937-01-08)8 January 1937
Najafabad, Iran
Died3 January 1985(1985-01-03) (aged 47)
Literary movementPersian literature
Notable works

Bahram Sadeghi (Persian: بهرام صادقی, romanizedBahrām Sadeqī; 8 January 1937, in Najaf-Ābād, Isfahan – 3 January 1985, in Tehran) was an Iranian poet and modernist fiction writer.[1] Sadeghi's characters, many of them failed government employees and frustrated intellectuals, are consumed by anxiety and terror, and at times even undergo Kafkaesque transmutations and mutilations.[2]



  • The Heavenly Kingdom (in Persian: ملکوت)

Short story collection[edit]

  • The Trench and the Empty Canteens (in Persian:سنگر و قمقمه‌های خالی)[1]

Short stories[edit]

  • Tomorrow is on the way
  • Obsession
  • Action-packed
  • The evening prayer
  • Counter-impact
  • Mr. writer has just started to write[1]


  1. ^ a b c Honarmand, Saeed. "SADEQI, BAHRAM". Iranica. Retrieved 19 January 2017.
  2. ^ "Persian Literature: The Persian Novel".

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