Habib Esfahani

Summary

Habib Esfahani (born 1835/1251 - 1894/1311;[1] Persian: حبیب اصفهانی) was an Iranian poet, grammarian and translator, who spent much of his life in exile in Ottoman Turkey.[2][3]

Habib Esfahani
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Born1835
Died1893
Resting placeBursa, Turkey

BiographyEdit

He was born in 1835 near Isfahan. He is also known as Habib İsfahani. The writer, who continued his primary education in Isfahan, later went to Tehran and Baghdad where he continued his education.[4] The writer, who came to Istanbul because he was prosecuted for a political satire he wrote to Sipehsalar Mehmet Han, took refuge in the state and became an Ottoman national. Habib Mirza, under the patronage of Ahmed Vefik, gives Arabic and Persian lessons at Galatasaray High School. He died in 1891 at the age of fifty-eight.[5]

WorksEdit

Persian Grammar

  • Dastur-e Sokan
  • Dasturca-ye Farsi
  • Kolasa-ye Rahnama-ye Farsi
  • Momaresat-e Farsiya
  • Rahbar-e Farsi
  • Barg-e sabz

Translations

  • Gozares-e Mardom-goriz
  • Gil Blas

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Sözlüğü, Türk Edebiyatı İsimler. "HABÎB, Mirza Habîb Efendi, Isfahanlı". teis.yesevi.edu.tr. Retrieved 2021-08-28.
  2. ^ Yazıcı, Tahsin (2002). "ḤABIB EṢFAHĀNI". Encyclopaedia Iranica.
  3. ^ Morier, James Justinian,?-1849 (2006). İsfahan'dan İstanbul'a Hacı Baba'nın maceraları. Nihal Yeğinobalı. İstanbul: İmge Kitabevi. ISBN 978-975-533-489-9. OCLC 850747210.
  4. ^ Çeti̇Nkaya, Gökhan (2020-12-20). "Mìrzâ Habìb-i İsfahânì'nin Farsça Dil Bilgisi Kitapları". Erdem: 63–96. doi:10.32704/erdem.838426. ISSN 1010-867X.
  5. ^ Çeti̇nkaya, Gökhan (2020). "Mìrza Habìb-i İşfahanì-ì'nin Farsça Dil Bilgisi Kitapları". Erdem (79): 063–096. doi:10.32704/erdem.838426. ISSN 1010-867X.