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AI making literary leaps; now we need rules to catch up
By John Naughton*
Some Shakespearean phrases not coined by Bard, academic claims
Many words and phrases Shakespeare is credited with coining were already in common usage when he was writing, an Australian academic claimed.
Literarians honored by Parvin awards
The winners of the 7th Parvin Etesami Literary Award were named at the closing ceremony of the event in Tehran Monday.
Second volume of 'Sacrifice' published
The second volume from the series of popular book 'Sacrifice', titled 'Qur'an and Sacrifice', was published. The book was written during the recent International Qur'an Exhibition in Tehran.
Sharma's 'Family Life' wins Int'l Dublin Literary Award
A novel about an eight-year-old Indian boy who moves to the US with his family in the late 1970s won the 2016 International Dublin Literary Award.
Serbian version of Hafez’s Divan steals the show in Montenegro
A Serbian translation of world’s renowned poet Hafez’s Divan (poems) has been selected as the best literary work of the 10th International Montenegro Book Fair.
Qatar minister: Literary cooperation key to cultural ties
Literary exchanges between Qatar and Iran will pave the way for expansion of cultural relations, said Qatar Minister of Culture, Arts and Heritage Hamad bin Abdulaziz al-Kuwari.
Two Iranian literary works on UNESCO list
Two Iranian literary works, 'Kolliyat-e Sa'di' and 'Massalek al-Mamalek" (The Ways of States), were registered on UNESCO's Memory of the World program.
Shakespeare masterpieces: Works of pot?
A new study suggests that British literary figure William Shakespeare might have been under the influence of drugs when composing his works of art.
Sixth Etesami Literary Award in Tehran
The closing ceremony of the Sixth Parvin Etesami Literary Award will be held at Tehran's Institute of Culture, Art and Architecture affiliated to University Jihad on June 15.
Iran, Jordan to enhance literary cooperation
Iran is ready to hold educational workshops for librarians and experts on manuscript restoration in Jordan.
Mausoleum of Poets in Tabriz
Maqbaratoshoara or the Mausoleum of Poets is located in Sorkhab district of Tabriz in East Azarbaijan province.
Book City to hold literary sessions on Naser Khosrow
Sessions on the renowned Iranian scholar Naser Khosrow Qobadiani will be held at Book City Institute from December 31.
Book City holds literary festival
Iran's Book City will host the festival 'Literature and Philosophy: Metaphor and Imagination' on December 6-7.
Dowlatabadi, literary figures to speak about Hafez
Leading Iranian author Mahmoud Dowlatabadi and a number of other Iranian literary figures will deliver lectures on the great Persian poet Hafez Shirazi on Wednesday.
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