Yoga Poems: Lines to Unfold by (Selected Poems) (Persian / Farsi Edition)

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"Selected Persian (Farsi) Translations of Yoga Poems: Lines to Unfold By" :

Leza Lowitz's poetry is inspirational. While the ‎poems are about Yoga poses, they relate to the ‎many larger challenges of life, expanding ‎beyond the physical and relating to the many ‎spiritual aspects of life that both practitioners ‎and non-practitioners of Yoga would relate to. The translations share the richness of Leza ‎Lowitz's work with the Persian-speaking readers and enable them to enjoy the depth of her poetry.For more ...

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"Selected Persian (Farsi) Translations of Yoga Poems: Lines to Unfold By" :

Leza Lowitz's poetry is inspirational. While the ‎poems are about Yoga poses, they relate to the ‎many larger challenges of life, expanding ‎beyond the physical and relating to the many ‎spiritual aspects of life that both practitioners ‎and non-practitioners of Yoga would relate to. The translations share the richness of Leza ‎Lowitz's work with the Persian-speaking readers and enable them to enjoy the depth of her poetry.For more information regarding BAHAR BOOKS, visit: www.baharbooks.com ‎

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781463559243
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/30/2011
  • Language: Persian
  • Pages: 136
  • Sales rank: 1,389,405
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.29 (d)

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AUTHOR'S BIOGRAPHY: Leza Lowitz was born in San ‎Francisco, California in 1962. She holds ‎a B.A. in English Literature from U.C. ‎Berkeley and an M.A. in Creative writing ‎from San Francisco State University. She ‎has received numerous awards for her ‎poetry, fiction, and translations, among ‎them: the PEN Oakland Josephine Miles ‎Award for the best book of poetry and ‎the PEN Syndicated Fiction Award. She ‎has also received a Translation ‎Fellowship from the National ‎Endowment for the Arts. She has ‎published several poetry, fiction and ‎translation books. Some of her books are: ‎Yoga Heart: Lines on the Six Perfections ‎‎(2011), America and other Poems by ‎Ayukawa Nobuo (co-translator with ‎Shogo Oketani, 2007), 100 Aspects of the ‎Moon (2003), Old Ways to Fold New ‎Paper (1997), Green Tea to Go: Stories ‎from Tokyo (2006), Sacred Sanskrit ‎Words: For Yoga, Chant and Meditation ‎‎(with Reema Datta, 2006), Designing ‎with Kanji: Japanese Character Motifs ‎for Surface, Skin & Spirit (with Shogo ‎Oketani, 2004), Beautiful Japan: A ‎Souvenir (1996). She currently lives in ‎Tokyo. She can be reached at ‎www.lezalowitz.com TRANSLATOR'S BIOGRAPHY: Nazanin Mirsadeghi was born in ‎‎1967 in Tehran. She studied Nutrition ‎Sciences and Spanish Literature before ‎moving to the United States in 1996. Her ‎translations- from Spanish and English to ‎Persian (Farsi) - have been published in ‎several literary magazines in Iran and in ‎the U.S. She has also translated four ‎selections of poetry from Federico Garcia ‎Lorca, Pablo Neruda and Rafael Alberti ‎which all have been published in Iran. ‎Her latest translations "The Death ‎Leaves", a novel by Barbara Jacobs and ‎‎"The White Tiger", a novel by Aravind ‎Adiga are under publication. She ‎currently lives in New York. She can be ‎reached at www.nazaninmirsadeghi.com ‎
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