Heydar Abbasi

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Heydar Abbasi
Born1943
Maragheh, Iran
OccupationPoet, translator & writer

Heydar Abbasi (Persian: حیدر عباسی‎), mainly known by his pen name, (Barişmaz : باریشماز), is an Iranian poet, translator, writer and literary critic of Azerbaijani literature.[1]

Early life[edit]

Abbasi was born 1943 in Maragheh, East Azerbaijan. He graduated from the University of Tabriz and later completed his postgraduate studies in Tehran.[1]

Works[edit]

The best known work is translate Nahj al-Balagha to Azerbaijani language by Arabic alphabet and Latin, also Masnavi to Azerbaijani language by Arabic alphabet and other works are as follows.[1]

  • Nəğmə Daği və Istimar
  • Kəbə və qanli azan
  • Güləndə hərzaman Məşair və şeytan
  • Səs
  • Duvarlar
  • Ödümlü Dirək
  • Çağirilmamiş qonaqlar
  • Müxannaslər
  • Val- əsr
  • Dartilmamiş dənlər

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "اعضای کمیسیون فرهنگی مجلس با شاعر مراغه ای دیدار کردند". Irna. Retrieved June 2015. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)

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