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Ёди ёри мехрубон Memories of dear friends
From the publisher: Дар китоб хотира ва қайдҳои Шоири халқии Тоҷикистон, лауреати Мукофоти давлатӣ Мирсаид Миршакар аз ҳаёт ва эҷодиёти ходимони барҷастаи адабиёти советӣ гирд оварда шудааст. Mirsaid Mirshakar (1912-1993) was a Soviet Tajik poet, writer, and government official. He was particularly known for his stories and poems for children, while his film work included Children of the Pamirs (1963). He was a member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Tajikistan, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Tajik SSR (1961-1975), and chairman of the Tajik branch of Society for Solidarity with the Countries of Asia and Africa. This volumes includes reminiscences about other Tajik writers, among them Ayni, Lahuti, and Tursunzoda, as well as Russian writers like Kornei Chukovskii and Nikolai Tikhonov, and foreign writers such as the Punjabi novelist Gurbaksh Singh.
Жизнь отданная народу A life devoted to the people
From the publisher: Автор этой историко-энциклопедической и автобиографической книги на основе документов, анализа материалов, воспоминаний саратников, ученников и воспитанников Джаббора Расулова, раскрывает его деятельность на посту первого секретаря ЦК Компартии Таджикистана и Председателя Совета Министров ТаджикскойССР. Показывает образ Джаббора Расулова, как стойкого, принципиального коммуниста, талантливого, умелого организатора и воспитателя масс, выдающегося партийного деятеля Таджикистана, человека, посвятившего полностью свою сознательную жизнь служению трудовому народу, развитию и преобразованию республики. Jabbor Rasulov (1913-1982) was a Tajik party and government official, and first secretary of the Tajik SSR Communist Party from 1961 until his death in 1982. An agronomist by training, he worked in the Komsomol and was briefly (1960-61) the USSR's ambassador to Togo. This volume includes an essay by the historian and former party official Iskandar Kalandarov as well as shorter reminiscences from former colleagues and friends, including Sulton Mirzoshoev, Rustam Yusufbekov.
Арзи дил The Heart's Desire
From the publisher: Sulton Mirzoshoev (1932-2016) was a Tajikistani politician and cultural official active in the Soviet and post-Soviet era. Originally from the Danghara region, he was educated at the teacher's college in Kulob and later at the Higher Party School in Moscow. This collection inculdes his account of the case against Tajikistan's First Secretary Tursun Uljaboev, which Mirzoshoev witnessed as a leader of the republic's Komsomol, and various episodes from the history of the republic's film industry, including an essay on the director Boris Kimegerov.