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Literary History of Assyrians – Volume 3

ByDr. Pera Sarmas

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Literary History of Assyrians is the major work of Dr. Pera Sarmas (1901-1972) and remains an important source for the history of modern Assyrian literature. Sarmas was born in the village of Adah and studied at the Lazarist and American mission schools in Urmia and Tabriz. In 1923 he came to the United States to study medicine at Loyola University of Chicago. He returned to Iran and enjoyed a distinguished career as doctor while also playing an important role in the Assyrian literary renaissance that emerged in Iran after WWII. In addition to his history of Assyrian literature, he also produced a modern Assyrian translation of the Laughable Stories of Bar Hebraeus, a dictionary, and an important work on Assyrian identity and nationalism entitled “Who are we?.” Volume 3 focuses on writers of modern Assyrian in the 20th century and includes many samples of writing along with biographical details of the writers. The contents of this volume is entirely in the Assyrian language.

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Publication Date
May 7, 2010
Language
English
Category
History
Copyright
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
Contributors
By (author): Dr. Pera Sarmas

Specifications

Pages
380
Binding
Paperback
Interior Color
Black & White
Dimensions
US Trade (6 x 9 in / 152 x 229 mm)

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