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Sadegh Hedayat  |  صادق هدایت

Legal name:   صادق هدایت

Transliterated name:  Hedayat, Sadegh

Birth place:  Tehran, Iran

Birth date:  17 February 1903

Death date:  9 April 1951

Language:  Persian

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Bibliographic comments:  Variants of the transliterated name include Sadeq Hedayat, Ṣādiq Hidāyat.

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The Blind Owl and Other Stories

2017

Library edition: October 2011 edition, 1st printing

Calder Publications / Alma Books

ISBN 978-0-714-54458-8

Trade paperback

£

Notes:

  •  'The Blind Owl' translated by D. P. Costello, others by Deborah Miller Mostaghel.

Fiction: The Blind Owl  //  Hajji Morad  //  Three Drops of Blood  //  The Legalizer  //  Whirlpool  //  Fire-Worshipper  //  

Abji Khanom  //  The Stray Dog  //  The Broken Mirror  //  Davoud the Hunchback  //  Madeleine  //  Dash Akol  //  The

Man Who Killed His Passions  //  Buried Alive

Wikipedia (Farsi)

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Short fiction chapbooks

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The Blind Owl

1936

<  January 2012 edition

Iran Open Publishing Group

ISBN 978-9176375037

Hardcover, 108 pages

£11.50

Notes:

  •  Translated and with an Introduction by Naveed Noori.

  •  75th Anniversary edition, also the first translation into English direct from the first handwritten 'Bombay edition'.

The Blind Owl

1936

Library edition: 2013 edition

Iraj Bashiri

No ISBN

PDF, 104 pages

Free download

Notes:

  •  Translated and with an Introduction by Iraj Bashiri.

  •  Updated twice (1984, 2013) from Bashiri's original 1974 translation.

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