Nader Ebrahimi

Nader Ebrahimi (1936-2008) is a well-known and prolific Iranian author, filmmaker and Iranologist. He started to write as a sixteen year old, studying English Language and Literature at university. His first work A House for the Night was published in 1963 and turned out to be a huge success. Ebrahimi has published over one hundred titles during his lifetime. He was the founder of the Hamgam Institute, which is dedicated to children’s literature. Ebrahimi has received a series of awards including the Bratislava First Prize, Iran’s Book of the Year Prize in 1970, and the UNESCO Prize for Education. He was also entitled Outstanding Author in 20 Years of Post-Revolution Fiction for his novel Fire Without Smoke. His books have been translated into several languages.

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