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Исповедь Confessions

Dr. Masud Rasuli (1925 - 1996) was an important Tajik and Uzbek literary scholar, who lived and worked in Samarkand and Tashkent, Uzbekistan. He worked as the Head of the Russian Literature Department of the Institute of Language and Literature at the Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences.  These memoirs cover the majority of the Soviet period, including his childhood. The book offers an insight into Central Asia's reformist jadid movement, many members of which were repressed during the Stalinist period.
Date: 2000 Source: Rasuli, Ma''sud. Ispoved. Tashkent: O'Qituvchi, 2000.
https://islamperspectives.org/rpi/plugins/Dropbox/files/TajMem/TajMem_064.pdf
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Падидаҳои худшиноси ё саҳифаҳо аз дафтари хотира The ways of self knowing, or, pages from my journal

Mirboboi Mirrahim (Mirbobo MIrrahimov) is a translator and expert in pre-Islamic religions. During perestroika, he became famous for his writings on the Tajik language and was one of the first writers to publicly discuss the status of Samarqand and Bukhara. In this Tajik-language volume written during perestroika, Mirrahim presents events related to the publication and reception of his journalistic works based on his journal entries.
Date: Source: Mirrahim, Mirboboi. Padidahoi khudshinosi yo sahifaho az daftari khotira. Dushanbe, 1990.
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