Fortune Told in Blood (Fal-E Khoon) (Persian: فال خون‎) is a novel about an Iraqi lieutenant and soldier in Iran-Iraq war by Davud Ghaffarzadegan. They sent on a mountain for identification operation. Their trench was relatively safe and they could see demolition that made by their intelligence. The novel known as modern war story. Fortune Told in Blood's context is an important feature of the novel. Main language of the book is Persian and was published in 1996 by Soreie Mehr Publication Company. , the professor of Persian language and literature in the University of Texas, was translated into English in 2008 and published by Center for Middle Eastern Studies at University of Texas at Austin. The Center for Middle Eastern Studies has experience more than 20 years and has published several

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  • Fortune Told in Blood (Fal-E Khoon) (Persian: فال خون‎) is a novel about an Iraqi lieutenant and soldier in Iran-Iraq war by Davud Ghaffarzadegan. They sent on a mountain for identification operation. Their trench was relatively safe and they could see demolition that made by their intelligence. The novel known as modern war story. Fortune Told in Blood's context is an important feature of the novel. Main language of the book is Persian and was published in 1996 by Soreie Mehr Publication Company. , the professor of Persian language and literature in the University of Texas, was translated into English in 2008 and published by Center for Middle Eastern Studies at University of Texas at Austin. The Center for Middle Eastern Studies has experience more than 20 years and has published several translated literature book from the Middle East. The book won award of "A Quarter Century of Sacred Defense Books" festival in the novel category between 700 books. (en)
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  • Soureye Mehr (Iran)
  • Center for Middle Eastern Studies, the University of Texas at Austin (US)
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  • Fortune Told in Blood (Fal-E Khoon) (Persian: فال خون‎) is a novel about an Iraqi lieutenant and soldier in Iran-Iraq war by Davud Ghaffarzadegan. They sent on a mountain for identification operation. Their trench was relatively safe and they could see demolition that made by their intelligence. The novel known as modern war story. Fortune Told in Blood's context is an important feature of the novel. Main language of the book is Persian and was published in 1996 by Soreie Mehr Publication Company. , the professor of Persian language and literature in the University of Texas, was translated into English in 2008 and published by Center for Middle Eastern Studies at University of Texas at Austin. The Center for Middle Eastern Studies has experience more than 20 years and has published several (en)
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