Persian Studies in North America: Studies in Honor of Mohammad Ali Jazayery

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Mehdi Marashi
Ibex Publishers, Inc., Jan 1, 1994 - Reference - 552 pages
Thirty-two articles by leading scholars on the state of the study of Persian literature. Four of the articles are in Persian. These articles were dedicated to Professor Mohammad Ali Jazayery upon his retirement.
 

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Contents

Some Implications
17
WordOrder Variations in Contemporary
43
Phonological Systems in Contact
75
On Some Syntactic Particularisms of
95
Russian Loanwords in Persian and Tajiki Languages
109
Lexical Convergence in Urdu and Hindi
141
Are We Teaching Persian? or farsi or dari? or toſiki?
175
Time and Effort Estimates for Language Proficiency
191
Persian for Professionals
243
Persian Loanwords in Uzbek
244
A ThreeThousandYearOld Language
247
The Iranian Languages by Parviz Natel Khanlari
255
Some Thoughts on Zoroastrianism in
273
One Language with Three Names
286
Censorship and Literary
307
The Tale of Zahak in Jacob Franks Collection
339

On Teaching Persian
209
Part 1
215
A Comparison
221
Dialects of Kabul and Tehran
224
One Students Perspective
235
Guardianship of the Persian Language
238
Notes on Motivations in the Study of Persian
353
Women Ideas and Customs in Qajar Iran
373
Social Thought of Ancient Iran
395
Love and Wine in Khayyam and Hafez
417
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