Editions of Elahi’s Poems in Persian

Didan (Vision). Tehran: Bidgol Publications, 2014.

Javaniha (Youths). Tehran: Bidgol Publications, 2015.

Cover to Rimbaud, Eshraqha

Translations by Elahi

Federico Garcia Lorca, Gozida-ye ashʿar-e Federico Garcia Lorca [Selected poetry of Federico Garcia Lorca]. Tehran: Amir kabir, 1968. Republished in 2003.

T. S. Eliot, Chahar-shanba khakestar [Ash Wednesday]. Tehran: Markaz-i nashr-i sepehr, 1972.

Pablo Neruda, Bist sheʿr-e ʿasheqana va yek sorud-e nowmidi [Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair] (under the pseudonym Forud Khosravani), Tehran: Amir kabir, 1973.

Manṣur-e Hallaj, Ashʿar-e Hallaj [Hallaj’s Poems]. Tehran: Entesharat-e anjoman-i shahanshahi-ye falsafeh-ye iran, 1975.

Henri Michaux, Saḥat-e javvani [The Space Within]. Tehran, 1980. Republished as Mostaghallat. Tehran: Bidgol Publications, 2016.

Arthur Rimbaud, Eshraqha: owraq-e moṣavvar [Illuminations], Tehran: Faryab, 1983. Republished by Bidgol Publications, 2016.

Manṣur-e Ḥallaj, Ḥallaj al-asrar [The Works of Hallaj] Tehran: Bidgol Publications, 2014.

Friedrich Hölderlin, Niyat khayr [Good Faith], Tehran: Bidgol Publications, 2015.

Constantine Cavafy. Sobh-i ravan [Departing Morning], Tehran: Bidgol Publications, 2017. (Including translations of fifty-one poems by Cavafy)

Cyrus Atabay. “Az shab be shab [Night to night],” in Nazdik-i nur: sheʿr va zendegi-ye Cyrus Atabay. Tehran: Peikareh, 2013, 10-66.

Cover of Neruda, Bist sheʿr-e ʿasheqana va yek sorud-e nowmidi

Collections of previously published translations:

Bijan Elahi (ed.),  Bahneha-ye ma’nus [Familiar Pretexts]. Tehran, Bidgol Publications, 2014.

Bijan Elahi (ed.), Darre-ye alf-e hezar-rang [Valley of the Many-Colored Grass]. Tehran: Bidgol Publications, 2016.

Bijan Elahi (ed.), Zomorod va hamleh: Eliot va Rostand dar kar-i Bijan Elahi [Emerald and Seizure]. Tehran: Bidgol Publications, 2018. (Including translation of T.S. Eliot’s Ash Wednesday (Charshanba khakestar), fragments of The Waste Land (Arz-i mavvat) and Edmond Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac (Lamaʿat-i namayesh-i Edmon Rostan)

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