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  • Boucharlat, R., 2003.The Persepolis Area in the Achaemenid period: some reconsiderations.In N.F. Miller and K. Abdi (dir.). Yeki bud yeki nabud, Essays on the Archaeology of Iran in Honor of William M. Sumner, Monograph 28, Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, UCLA, 237-242.

    The literal translation of the phrase Yeki Bud YekiNabud (Once Upon a Time) is One Was There And One Was NotThere, or There Was One And There Wasn't One,alluding to an indefinite time and place. Opening a story byYeki Bud Yeki Nabud prepares the hearers (especially thoseof very young age) or readers that what they are about to hear orread is not necessarily true. Many may agree with the writer ofthese lines, that hearing the words Yeki Bud Yeki Nabudimmediately creates a very warm and intimate feeling in children;this feeling is often invoked even in those of advanced age uponhearing this phrase.

  • Yeki Bud Yeki Nabud (: ‎‎), is a celebrated collection of short stories written in 1921 by . Its publication made Jamalzadeh a major figure in the Persian literature.

    Yeki Bud Yeki Nabud (: ‎‎), is a celebrated collection of short stories written in 1921 by . Its publication made Jamalzadeh a major figure in the Persian literature.

    YEKI BUD YEKI NABUD

    GENESE D'UNE OEUVRE

    L'IMAGE DE L'INTELLECTUELLE DANS L'ANTIQUITE: POLYMNIE
    MUSE DE L'ART LYRIQUE ET DE LA RHETORIQUE

  • YEKI BUD YEKI NABUD

    GENESE D'UNE OEUVRE

    L'IMAGE DE L'INTELLECTUELLE DANS L'ANTIQUITE: POLYMNIE
    MUSE DE L'ART LYRIQUE ET DE LA RHETORIQUE

    Yeki Bud Yeki Nabud (: ‎‎), is a celebrated collection of short stories written in 1921 by . Its publication made Jamalzadeh a major figure in the Persian literature.

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