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Yazdī

(878 words)

Author(s): Ali Gheissari
, Mīrzā Muḥammad (Farruk̲h̲ī) (1889-1939), Persian poet, journalist, and one-time Mad̲j̲lis deputy in the post-Constitutional and early Pahlawī periods. Born of modest origins in Yazd, he spent a few years in the traditional maktab s and briefly attended a school founded in Yazd by English missionaries. The Constitutional movement (1905-9) attracted him to politics, and his “patriotic musammaṭ ” poem of 1909 so enraged Ḍirg̲h̲am al-Dawla Ḳas̲h̲ḳāʾī, the governor of Yazd, that he ordered the sewing together of his lips, an event wh…

Yag̲h̲māʾī

(611 words)

Author(s): Ali Gheissari
, Ḥabīb (b. K̲h̲ūr, 17 December 1898, d. Tehran, 14 May 1984), Persian poet and literary editor. A descendant of the early Ḳād̲j̲ār poet Yag̲h̲mā D̲j̲andaḳī [ q.v.], Ḥabīb Yag̲h̲māʾī was born in the small town of K̲h̲ūr near D̲j̲andaḳ and Bīyābānak in the central desert of Persia. He first studied with his father, Ḥād̲j̲d̲j̲ Asad Allāh Muntak̲h̲ab al-Sādāt K̲h̲ūrī, and subsequently left K̲h̲ūr in 1916-17 for the nearby towns of Dāmg̲h̲ān and S̲h̲āhrūd in order to pursue his education. In Dāmg̲h̲ān he studied at the Nāẓimi…

Yazdī

(922 words)

Author(s): Ali Gheissari
, Mīrzā Muḥammad (Farruk̲h̲i) (1889-1939), poète persan, journaliste et ancien député au Mad̲j̲lis de l’époque de l’après-Mouvement Constitutionnel et du début du régime Pahlawf. Né à Yazd, d’origine modeste, il passa quelques années dans les maktabs traditionnels et fréquenta peu de temps une école créée à Yazd par des missionnaires britanniques. Le Mouvement Constitutionnel (1905-9) l’attira vers la politique et son poème de 1909 du «musammaṭ patriotique» rendit furieux le gouverneur de Yazd, Ḍaygham al-dawla Ḳas̲h̲ḳāʾī, au point que celui-ci ordonna qu’on …