Jalal Ale Ahmad impact on Persian literature
1 - Jalal Ale Ahmad of the years 1326 to introduce the works of great writers of contemporary Western and payment. Including that for the first time translated foreign novels of Albert Camus, he introduced the literary community. Or a few years later with the Andre Trjmhhayy Zhyd, Yvngr, Eugene UNESCO, Dostoevsky very effective role in advancing literature played.
2 - Introducing more poetry and to help expand its Nima-ee
3 - support for poets and Nusrat Ahmad Rahmani, and support other youth
4 - Jalal Ale Ahmad prose makes an unprecedented leap in Persian prose was a quantum leap toward anger and excitement of space ...
5 - Effect accept and imitate others, his works (especially writers, intellectuals and students) spread whatever Byshnr Al Ahmad was kind of literary writing so that the range of his literary model became popular.
6 - Create a variety of published literature and organizations of other services to the glory of contemporary literature. In fact, in mid-decade, the role of glory in 1340, "The Godfather" to play the Iranian Literature.
7 - Jalal Ahmad Muhammad Ali was way more servers honest Jamalzade Sadhnvysy guidance on the use of language and the general public in Mhavrat, had Ghar. In fact, this type of writing and by using conversational language and reaches the peak of glory intensifies.
Novels and novellas
* The School Principal
* By the Pen
* The Tale of Beehives
* The Cursing of the Land
* A Stone upon a Grave
Many of his novels, including the first two in the list above, have been translated into English.
* "The setar"
* "Of our suffering"
* "Someone else's child"
* "Pink nail-polish"
* "The Chinese flower pot"
* "The postman"
* "The treasure"
* "The Pilgrimage"
* "Seven essays"
* "Hurried investigations"
* "Plagued by the West" (Gharbzadegi)
Jalal traveled to far-off, usually poor, regions of Iran and tried to document their life, culture and problems. Some of these monographs are:
* "Tat people of Block-e-Zahra"
* "Kharg Island, the unique pearl of the Persian Gulf"
* A Straw in Mecca
* A Journey to Russia
* A Journey to Europe
* A Journey to the Land of Israel
* A Journey to America
* The Gambler by Fyodor Dostoyevsky,
* L'Etranger by Albert Camus,
* Les mains sales by Jean-Paul Sartre,
* Return from the U.S.S.R. by André Gide,
* Rhinoceros by Eugène Ionesco,
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