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16 Translations of One Novel.

Saeed Kamali Dehghan reports for The Guardian on Iran’s unfortunate copyright situation: Iranian authors who publish in their home country are offered some protection under national law, but the work of writers who publish outside Iran is completely unprotected. According to the Tehran Times, one Iranian translator has secured the copyright to produce a version […]
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