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Majid Bey Qaragoyunlu, Translated by: Aktu Alizadeh-Kagazchi
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Oshawa, Ontario

Majid Bey Qaragoyunlu, respected author, historian, educator, and government official was born in 1870 in Russia. He served as a Russian consulate officer in Iran where he died in 1973.

Among his memoirs and manuscripts was the true account of Omalat Bey, a Shamkhal Prince who died in 1820. Majid Bey wrote the story solely to correct the Prince’s character misrepresentation as set forth in a tale by Alexander Bestuzhev-Marlinsky.

Majid Bey’s granddaughter, Aktu Alizadeh-Kagazchi, translated the story from the Persian (Farsi) language, aptly capturing its rich narrative in beautiful and lyrical style. Mrs. Alizadeh-Kagazchi resides in Ontario, Canada.

Selected works by this author:
1 .
Omalat Bey Shamkhal: A Prince of Daghestan
Omalat Bey Shamkhal is a powerful story of honour, loyalty, and love. Under Russian bondage, the young Prince’s destiny is forever changed—his fate dramatically sealed in startling, heartbreaking fashion. read more
by Majid Bey Qaragoyunlu, Translated by: Aktu Alizadeh-Kagazchi ~ 0-7414-8417-X ©2013
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