Shahriar Mandanipour Lecture - UCLA (November 26, 2006)
Shahryar Mandanipour is the chief editor of Asr-e Pandjshanbeh (Thursday Evening), a monthly literary journal published in Shiraz. He won the Mehregan Award for the best Iranian children's novel of 2004 and the Golden Tablet Award in 1998 for best fiction of the past 20 years in Iran. His fiction includes the novels Ultramarine Blue; Violet Orient; The Courage of Love; Midday Moon; Mummy and Honey; The Eighth Day of the Earth; and The Shadows of the Cave, as well as the children's books One Thousand and One Year and The Secret.
Title of the lecture: Sonnat Sansour Dar Adabiyat-e Iran (The Tradition of Censorship in Iranian Literature)
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