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Турсунзода дар ёдҳо Recollections about Tursunzoda

From the publisher: Мунодии сулҳу вассофи Ватан, шоири тавонову мураббии аҳли сухан ва яке аз муборизони фаьоли дӯстии халқхои олам Мирзо Турсунзода бо хислатхои наҷибонаю ашъори рангини хеш дар дили хамватанону хамкаламон абадан маскан гирифтааст. «Турсунзода дар ёдхо» дастагулест аз хотироти адибони бузурги олам ва дӯсзону аҳли қалам, ки ба муносибати 100-солагии ин сухансолори бузург пешкашатон мегардад.
Mirzo Tursunzoda (1911-1977) was a Tajik poet and writer, still recognized as one of the most important figures in 20th century Tajik literature. Many of his poems focused on anti-colonial themes. Tursunzoda held a number of important government posts, including chairman of the Soviet Committee for Solidarity with the Countries of Asia and Africa (SKSSAA), member of the Committee for Peace, chairman of the Union of Writers of the Tajik SSR, and a member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Tajik SSR. This volume collects recollections from dozens of writers and colleagues, including Loiq Sherali, Aleksandr Dzasohov, Iosif Braginskiy, Gulnazar, and Rasul Gamzatov.
Date: 2011 Source: Safar, Gulanazar and Gurez Safar (eds). Tursunzoda dar yodho. Dushanbe: Adib, 2011.

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.

Мактаби одамият: Баъзе масъалаҳои адабиёт
ва маънавият.
The School of humaneness: some questions of literature and spirituality

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 collects a number of his articles on the relationship between literature, spirituality, and morality. It also includes several pieces recounting experiences with Sadriddin Ayni, Mirzo Tursonzoda, A. Dehoti, and Mirsaid Mirshakar.
Date: 1991 Source: Shakurov, Muhammadjon. Maktabi odamiiat: ba''ze mas''alahoi adabiet va ma''naviiat. Dushanbe: Adib, 1991.