Ahmad Shamloo (Collection of Works)


Title: Collection of works by Ahmad Shamloo

Author: Ahmad Shamloo

Publisher: Look

Subject: Persian poetry

Age category: All ages

Number of pages: 618

Language: Farsi

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From the collection of Shamloo’s works, the first book is dedicated to his poems and includes seventeen books of his poetry books. This rich treasure is published by Negah Publications for those who are interested in poetry. Published by Bamdad.

Introducing the book of Ahmad Shamloo’s works (Book 1) by Ahmad Shamloo
Among the works of Ahmad Shamloo, perhaps more than any other work left by him, his poems can introduce this great poet to the world. Because Shamloo, like other poets, did not only recite poetry; He created a new format in the field of Persian poetry and called it white poetry.

In this creation, however, Shamloo’s meeting with Nima Yoshij, the father of modern Persian poetry, was not ineffective. His acquaintance with Nima caused him to first turn to Nima’s poetry in the twenties. But his poetry, like his rebellious spirit, was a reckless bird that did not fit in the cage of poetic weights; Therefore, for the first time in poetry, he said goodbye to the shape of weight until the red blossom of a shirt and built a new palace in the land of contemporary Iranian poetry. But

From the beginning of his poetic work, we can mention the book of forgotten songs, which is the only book of poetry left by Shamloo with a traditional form and weight. After that, with the publication of the resolution and fresh air, he introduces himself as a poet with new words and fiery language.
But this child of Persian poetry continues to advance and creates poetry books with social and political themes and with a striking and epic tone that we can still see his fighting spirit alive in these poems.

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