Routledge – 2011 – 9,044 pages
Series: Routledge Library Editions: Iran
Routledge Library Editions: Iran will re-issue works originally published between 1890 and 2005. As well as looking at the (often turbulent) history and politics of this key power in the Middle East, the set includes works of literature and literary criticism by both Persian and Western writers.
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Javid Nama. Iraq and Iran: The Years of Crisis. The Iran-Iraq War. Modern Iran. Persia and the Victorians. Persia: History & Heritage. Modern Iran. Studies in Ancient Persian History. The Struggle for Persia. Persia and its People. The Persian Gulf. In Search of Omar Khayyam. The Epic of the Kings. The Persian Language. Music and Song in Persia. Ibn Yamin. Indo-Iranian Studies. Papers from the Seminar on Fasahat and Balaghat in Classical Persian Literature. The Divine Songs of Zarathustra. The Persian Sufis. The Nasirean Ethics. Christians in Persia. The Security of the Persian Gulf. Iran and the International Community. The Persian Gulf and the West. Iran Since the Revolution. Agriculture, Reform and Poverty in Iran. The State and Revolution in Iran. Tribe and State in Iran and Afghanistan. Outcaste. The Iranian Military in Revolution and War. The Left in Contemporary Iran.
Multivolume collection by leading authors in the field