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|Born||November 3, 1964
Farzona's works are well known throughout Persian-speaking countries. She is known as Forough of Tajikistan. Her frequently playful and witty poetry draws on rich traditions of Persian literature in a rather humorous way. In late 1980, she wrote a poem called "To the Nation that Gave Birth to Ahmad Zohir".
- Farzaneh Khojandi poems, Enitharmon Press and the Poetry Translation Centre, (Sept 2008), translators: Jo Shapcott, Narguess Farzad, ISBN 978-1-904634-74-4
- Farzaneh Khojandi, a brief biography from the Poetry Translation Centre site (in English)
- Farzaneh Khojandi's Flute Player (in English)
- Modern Tajik literature
- Farzaneh Khojandi
- Flute_Player Farzaneh Khojandi
- Oklahoma, University of (1996). World literature today. University of Oklahoma Press. pp. 578–. Retrieved 24 August 2011.
2. R M Chopra, "Eminent Poetesses of Persian" , Iran Society, Kolkata, 2010
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