0312 GMT August 04, 2021
Iran’s famous writer, translator and linguist Fereydoun Badraei died at the age of 85 on July 17.
Badraei was born in 1936 and had BA in Persian literature and MA and Ph.D. in linguistics. He was a part-time professor in the Department of Linguistics at the Faculty of Literature and Humanities, University of Tehran (1971-1978), IRNA wrote.
Since 1977 to 1979, he was Iran’s cultural attaché in Pakistan.
His first work, which was a collection of nine stories, was published under an unknown name in 1954.
‘Zali and the Ismailis: A Debate on Reason and Authority in Medieval Islam,’ ‘Writings of Farooq Mitha,’ ‘Tradition and Culture,’ ‘Zabihollah Safa, and the History of Civilization,’ ‘Religious Reformation,’ ‘William James Durant,’ and ‘Ariel Durant’ are among his works.