Iranian Literature After the Islamic Revolution: Production and Circulation in Iran and the World by Laetitia Nanquette
In this critical analysis, Laetitia Nanquette explores how Iranian literature has functioned and circulated since the 1979 revolution until the present. She looks at prose productions in particular, analysing several genres and media. Taking Iran as a starting point, Nanquette explores the forms, structures and functions of Iranian literature within Iranian society. She then turns to the diaspora - with a focus on North America, Western Europe and Australia - and the world beyond Iranians to examine the current dynamics of literary production and circulation between Iranian diasporic spaces and the homeland.