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Emamis translation, compilation released

Oriana Fallacis interviews reprinted in Iran

Ofogh publishing institute has reprinted a book entitled "The interviews of Oriana Fallaci" which was rendered into Persian by Gholamreza Emami.

The book was released some four years ago and has gone through several reprints so far.

Its 7th print has recently been released by Ofogh in 224 pages.

Talking about the book, Emami said:" The books interviews were gathered from Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera and were translated from Italian into Persian.

The book holds Fallacis interviews with figures including Imam Khomeini, Mehdi Bazargan and Mohammad reza Shah.

Oriana Fallaci (29 June 1929 - 15 September 2006) was born in Florence, Italy. During World War II, she joined the resistance despite her youth, in the democratic armed group "Giustizia e Libertà". Her father Edoardo Fallaci, a cabinet maker in Florence, was a political activist struggling to put an end to the dictatorship of Italian fascist leader Benito Mussolini. It was during this period that Fallaci was first exposed to the atrocities of war. Fallaci began her journalistic career in her teens.

Fallaci became famous by her report of the 1968 Tlatelolco massacre. She was shot three times, dragged down stairs by her hair, and left for dead by Mexican forces.

She has authored books including "Letter to a Child Never Born", "If the Sun Dies", "Penelope at War", "A Man" and "The rage and the pride".


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