Edgar Allan Poe: An Archetypal Reading

by Rouhollah Zarei

About Rouhollah Zarei

Rouhollah Zarei is an assistant professor of English at Yasouj University, Iran. He holds a PhD from the University of Essex, an MA from Allameh Tabataba’i University, Iran, and a BA from Shiraz University, Iran. Professor Zarei’s publications include “Axes of Evil Live Evermore: Brother Poe in Iran,” in The Edgar Allan Poe Review, “Allegory: A Spiritual Journey” in Spirituality: New Reflections on Theory, Praxis and Pedagogy, and “The Hidden Half: Studying the Shadow in Edgar Allan Poe” in Seductive Concepts: Perspectives on Sins, Vices and Virtues. His forthcoming works include a translation of Ramon Llull’s The Book of the Lover and the Beloved into Persian as well as a coauthored work with Professor Roger Sedarat that involves the translation and analysis of a selection of poems by modern Persian poet Nader Naderpour.


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