|Russian translation of “His Ego” to be unveiled in Moscow||
TEHRAN – A Russian translation of Iranian writer Reza Amirkhani’s acclaimed novel “His Ego” will be unveiled during a session in Moscow on September 9.
Amirkhani is scheduled to attend the session, which will be held at the Maxim Gorky Literature Institute, the Persian service of MNA reported on Tuesday.
He is also scheduled to meet groups of Russian literati and students, and to discuss the status of Iranian contemporary fiction during the session, which has been organized by Iran’s Cultural Office and the Islamic Culture Research Foundation in Moscow.
Moreover, Amirkhani’s “His Ego” will be exhibited at the Moscow International Book Fair, which will be running from September 5 to 10.
Translated into Russian by Alexander Androshkin, “His Ego” has been published by Russia’s Veche publishing house in collaboration with the Islamic Culture Research Foundation.
Amirkhani has interwoven contemporary history and the process of Iran’s urbanization into this novel which chronicles the life of the protagonist, Ali Fattah, who was born into a well established family in Tehran.
Several of Amirkhani’s novels have received popular acclaim. His novels delineate particular social problems and offer possible solutions.
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