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Ёдномаи Маҳмуд Воҳидов Memories of Mahmud Vohidov

From the publisher: Ин маҷмӯа — ёдномэи шоирон, нависандагон ва дӯстони шодра- вон Маҳмуд Воҳидов буда, аз ҳаёт ва эҷодиёти ин ҳунарпешаи номии тоҷик ҳикоят мекунад. Mahmud (Mahmudjon) Vahidov (1939-1977) was a Tajik film and stage actor, who also toured internationally. A graduate of GITIS in Moscow, his profesional home was the Lahuti theater in Dushanbe. This volume is a collection of Vahidov's own reflections, as well reminiscences from fellow actors and other artists and intellectuals, including Loik Sherali, the historian Nizom Nurjanov, the writer Fazluddin Muhamadiev, and the film director Bension Kimegerov.
Date: 1982 Source: Sayfulloev, A. (ed.) Ednomai Mahmud Vohidov. Dushanbe: Irfon, 1982.

The Dam

From the publisher: На протижении почти тридцати лет, от начала стройки до пуска первых электроблоков Нурекской ГЭС, одной из крупнейших электростанций на юге страны, работал автор этой книги – П.И. Горбачев, вначале секретарем парткома на строительстве ГЭС, а затем первым секретарем Нурекского горкома партии. В своей книги он рассказывает об основных этапах становления многонационального коллектива Всесоюзной ударной комсомольской стройки, делится накопленным опытом партийной работы, повествует о людях, нравственно выросших в атмосфере созидательного труда. Книга рассчитана на массового читателя. Pavel Gorbachev was a party official who spent most of his career working on the Nurek Dam in Tajikistan, first as secretary of the party committee and eventually as the first secretary for the city of Nurek. He played an important role coordinating the construction of the dam, the development of Nurek as a city, and relations with the surrounding villages. The memoir covers issues such as city-village relations, mobilization of labor, and the role of party activists on construction site.
Date: 1980 Source: Gorbachev, Pavel. Plotina. Moscow: Politizdat, 1980.

О прошлом с гордостью, о будущем с оптимизмом With pride about the past and optimism about the future.

Rashid Karimov (1932-) is a Tajik economist who spent 30 years as the head of the Institute of Economics of the Tajik SSR Academy of Sciences in Dushanbe. He played a leading role in the key economic debates of that period, as well as in organizing the research behind policy proposals adopted at the state level. This memoir covers his childhood outside of Leninobod (Khujand), his education in the post-war years, eventual graduate work in Moscow, and time in the institute. It also recounts stories about his family, including his sister I. R. Rakhimova, a leading party official.
Date: 1997 Source: Rakhimov, R. K. O proshlom s gordost'iu, o budushchem s optimizmom Dushanbe: NPITsenter, 1997.

Маткаби ман My School

From the publisher: Дар китоб мақола, очерк ва дигар эҷодҳои солҳои гуногуни муаллиф ҷамьоварӣ шудаанд. Асарҳои саргузашт ва мутоибоз бори аввал чоп мешаванд. Munzifa Gafforova (1924-2013) was a philosopher and educator who served as rector of the Pedagogical Institute in Dushanbe from 1977-1988. Gafforova studied chemistry at the Kirov Pedagogical Institute in Leninabad, and by 18 was already working as an instructor there. She became a Komsomol activist, and by 1947, at the age of 23, was named head of women’s section of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Tajikistan. Later she completed two graduate degrees, becoming a Doctor of Sciences in Philosophy. This volume includes her recollections of study, graduate work in Moscow, her reflections on gender (in)equality in the Soviet period and after, and her experience as rector.
Date: 2014 Source: Gafforova, M. K. Maktabi man (Dushanbe: Irfon, 2014).

Годы проведенные в Кремле Years in the Kremlin

Nuritdin Mukhitdinov (1917-2008) was the Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Uzbek SSR, First Secretary of the Uzbek Communist Party, and then member of the CPSU Politburo in the early 1960s. He later served as Soviet ambassador to a number of countries. This memoir covers his work in various Moscow-based positions, including in the Politburo.
Date: 1994 Source: Mukhitdinov, N. A. Gody provedennye v Kremle (Tashkent, 1994).

Достони зиндагӣ ( қ 2.) Stories of life (volume 2)

From the publisher: Китоби мазкур аз боба фаъолияти илмиву омӯзгории адабиётшинос профессор Х. Асозода солҳои 1974-1990 дар Донишгоҳи давлатии Тоҷикистон нақл намуда, доир ба ҳаёти илмиву фарҳангй ва адабии зшон маводи зиёди арзишмандеро дар бар мегирад. Китоб барои доираи васеи хонандагон, олимон, омӯзгорон, томбилмон ва ихлосмондани илму адаб пешниҳод мегардад. H. Asozoda (1941-2014) was a prominent literary historian and educator who served two tours as an interpreter in Afghanistan. This is the second volume of H. Asozoda's three volume memoir. It covers the perios 1974-1990, when he worked at the State University in Dushanbe. Note that his service in Afghanistan is covered in two separate volumes available here.
Date: Source: Asozoda, Khudoinazar. Dostoni zindagi [3 vols.] Dushanbe: Devashtich, 2006-2008. vol. 2

Дорогу осилит идущий The traveler will conquer the road.

From the publisher: Предлагаемая вниманию читателя книга по-своему уникальна. Ее автор - академик, профессор, Заслуженный работник Таджикистана Н.Х.Якубов более 16 лет являлся ректором Таджикского политехнического институт (ныне Таджикский технический университет). За эти годы им накоплен богатейший опыт педагогической научной, организационной работы. Под его непосредственным руководством в стенах этоге престижного вуза страны подготовлено немало талантливых специалистов. О них, о своих наставниках и о себе рассказывает Наим Холович в данной книге. Он - плод многолетних наблюдений и размышлений авторе о воспитании, преемственности поколений, о науке, призвании, верности избранной профессии и о миогол другом.
Naim Iakubov (1934-) is a Tajik architect and urban planner who was or many years the rector of the Polytechnic Institute in Dushanbe. This memoir covers his childhood and education in Stalinabad/Dushanbe in the 1940s, high education in Moscow during the 1950s, and his work at the polytechnic institute in the decades that followed. The memoir also discusses his family at some lengths, as well as the careers of his students and colleagues.
Date: 2004 Source: Iakubov, Naim. Dorogu osilit iduschii. Dushanbe, 2004.

Мусиқӣ дар ҳаёти ман Music in my life

From the publisher: Китоби «Мусиқӣ дар ҳаёти ман» доир ба мафҳуми мусиқӣ, таъсиру хосиятҳои он, роҷеъ ба фаъолияти бастакорони тоҷик ва марҳилаҳои инкишофи он маълумот медиҳад.
Ziyodullo Shahidi (1914-1985) was a Tajik musician, conductor, and composer. Originally trained in the Maqom tradition, Shahidi was recruited to the Moscow conservatory, where he studied with Aleksandr Lensky, Vladimir Fere, and Sergey Balasanyan - all of whom were involved in the project of "modernizing" indigenous musical traditions across the USSR. The volume collects Shahidi's essays on the music of other composers, as well as accounts of his initial recruitment, studies, work with the poet A. Dehoti, and other episodes from his career.
Date: 1986 Source: Shakhidi, Ziyodullo. Musiqi dar haeti man. Dushanbe: Irfon, 1986.

Мукотибаи Садриддин Айнӣ ва Абулқосим Лоҳутй. The correspondence of Sadriddin Ayni and Abdulqosem Lahuti

From the publisher: Ин китоб аз мактубҳои ду устоди бузург, Қаҳрамони Тоҷикистон Садриддин Айнӣ ва Абулқосим Лоҳутӣ фароҳам омадааст. Мактубҳо қимати илмиву адабӣ ва таърихӣ доранд.
This is a collection of correspondence between two of Soviet Tajikistan’s most prominent writers: Sadriddin Ayni (1878–1954) and Abdulqosim Lahuti (1887-1957). While both became part of the Tajik literary pantheon, neither had their primary residence in the republic. Ayni spent most of his life in Samarqand, while Lahuti lived in Moscow with his wife, Cecilia Bonu. These letters, held at the Archive of the Rudaki Institute of Literature in Dushanbe, were first published during the Soviet era. This second, more complete edition, includes additional letters from the period of the terror, when Ayni in particular was put under a great deal of pressure. The publication was prepared and edited by Khursheda Otahonova.
Date: 2003 Source: Otakhonova, Khursheda, (ed). Mukotibai Sadriddin Aini va Abulqosim Luhuti. Dushanbe: Devashtich, 2003.

Худое, худро бишиносам To know oneself and to know God

From the publisher: Олим ва нависандаи маъруф Расул Ҳодизода дар китоби хотироташ ҳамзамон бо тасвири марҳилаҳои зиндаги ва фаъолияти худ дар бораи воқеахри таърихии илму маданият ва симохри шинохтаи адабиёт, илм ва фарх,анги тоҷик хркоятхри ҷолиб аз диду дили худ нақл намудааст. Чунонки муаллиф гуфтааст, ин китоб "еде аз саҳифаҳои таърихи замой ва одамон аст", ки 6а хонандаи имруз тақдим мешавад. Rasul Hodizoda (1928-2010) was a writer, translator, and scholar. Born in Samarkand, he studied in Tashkent, worked briefly in radio, and later did graduate work in Moscow. Hodizoda spent most of his career at the Rudaki Institute in Dushanbe, but was also active in the Union of Writers and published in all-union publications such as Druzhba Narodov. These particularly detailed memoirs cover his childhood, education, and career. Hodizoda also provides detail on his experiences writing a novel about Ahmad Donish and his relationship with mentors like Sadriddin Ayni, Mikhail Andreev, and Aleksandr Semenov, as well as contemporaries like Muhamadjon Shakurov (Shakuri), Shavqat Niezi, Semen Lipkin, and Mikhail Zand.

Date: 2006 Source: Hodizoda, Rasul. Khudoe, khudro bishinosam. Dushanbe: Devashtich, 2006.

حکایتها آکنده از حیات Stories full of life

Muhammadjon Shakuri (Shakurov) (1924-2012) was a Tajik philologist and academician. He studied at the pedagogical institute in Dushanbe and later earned his kandidatskaia and doktorskaia degrees at the Institute of World Literature in Moscow. His professional home, however, remained the Rudaki Institute of Language and Literature in Dushanbe. In the late 1980s he became a leading figure in the campaign for the primacy of the Tajik language. This volume, published in the Arabic/Persian script with the support of the Iranian Embassy in Dushanbe, includes accounts of raising Tajik-speaking children in a mixed family (his wife was Russian), his experience studying for a graduate degree, and his perestroika-era activism.
Date: 2014 Source: Shakuri, Muhammadjon. Hikoiathoi okhanda az hayot. Dushanbe: Royzanii farhangi Saforati Jumhurii Islomi Eron dar Tojikiston, 2014.