Nasir Khusraw guaranteed Iranian identity: Eslami Nodushan

Nasir Khusraw guaranteed Iranian identity: Eslami NodushanTEHRAN — Persian literature expert Mohammad-Ali Eslami Nodushan said that Iranian poet Nasser Khosro (1004-C1072) guaranteed Iranian identity and became eternal in the history of Persian literature.

“He was influenced by [Persian poet] Ferdowsi and was one of his enthusiasts. More than everything and everyone else, these two poets were similar in their attitudes toward Iranian identity,” he said during a meeting held by the Book City Institute in Tehran to commemorate Nasser Khosro.

via Nasser Khosro guaranteed Iranian identity: Eslami Nodushan – Tehran Times.

Mohammad Ali Eslami Nodooshan is an Iranian literary critic, translator and poet, and one of the most celebrated contemporary writers on culture and literature in Iran.


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