Javaheri, Mohammad Ali

Javaheri, Mohammad Ali

 

Born 1913. Iranian poet and public figure.

A teacher by training, Javaheri was editor of the newspaper Zafar (Victory) and was imprisoned in 1948 for his anti-imperialist activity. He later emigrated to Europe. Javaherïs poetry is permeated with the spirit of the liberation struggle, particularly the poem “Stream” and the satire The Ill-Starred Lullaby, or the International Song of the Capitalists. Javaherïs poems were included in the collection Literature of the Masses (1945).

REFERENCE

Nakhostin kongre nevisandegan Iran. Tehran, A.H. 1325 (A.D. 1946).
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