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P Language and literature (Go to start of category)
PJ-PL Asian, African, and Pacific Languages and Literature (Go to start of category)
PK South Asian and Indo-Iranian Languages and Literature (Go to start of category)
PK6103 .J23 1975 [Info] An Avesta Grammar in Comparison with Sanskrit; and The Avestan Alphabet and its Transcription (worked originally published in 1892 and 1890; reprinted New York: AMS Press, 1975), by A. V. Williams Jackson (page images at HathiTrust)
PK6111 [Info] The Avesta (with other Zoroastrian scriptures and commentary), trans. by L. H. Mills, James Darmesteter, and J. H. Peterson (HTML at
PK6113 .C [Info] The Vendîdâd, trans. by James Darmesteter (HTML at
PK6128 .D3 B7 [Info] The Sculptures and Inscription of Darius the Great on the Rock of Behistun in Persia (London: British Museum, 1907), by King of Persia Darius I (multiple formats at
PK6187 .D53 [Info] Denkard (compilation of translations of all extant books), ed. by Joseph H. Peterson (HTML at
PK6197 .D5 1911 [Info] The Complete Text of the Pahlavi Dinkard (the surviving books in 2 volumes, in Pahlavi; Mumbai: Society for the Promotion of Researches into the Zoroastrian Religion, 1911), ed. by Dhanjishah Meherjibhai Madan (page images at HathiTrust; pages may be in reverse order)
PK6197 .M2 1871 [Info] The Book of the Mainyo-i-Khard: The Pazand and Sanskrit Texts (in Roman Characters) as Arranged by Neriosengh Dhaval in the Fifteenth Century; With an English Translation, a Glossary of the Pazand Text, Containing the Sanskrit, Persian and Pahlavi Equivalents, a Sketch of Pazand grammar, and an Introduction (Stuttgart, C. Grüninger; London: Trubner and Co., 1871), ed. by Nairiu-sangh and Edward William West
PK6198 .K45 1921 [Info] The Pahlavi Text "King Husrav and His Boy" Published With its Transcription, Translation and Copious Notes (Paris: P. Geuthner, ca. 1921), ed. by Jamshedji Maneckji Unvala (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
PK6199.5 .P4 S2 [Info] Sad Dar, trans. by Edward William West (HTML at
PK6235 .F3 [Info] A Concise Persian Grammar (New York: Orientalia, 1944), by Abbas Faroughy (page images at HathiTrust)
PK6235 .M8 [Info] A Grammar of the Persian Language; To Which Are Subjoined Several Dialogues, With An Alphabetical List of the English and Persian Terms of Grammar, and an Appendix, on the Use of Arabic Words (London: W. H. Allen and Co., 1841), by Mohammad Ibraheem (multiple formats at
PK6381 .D48 [Info] Dictionnaire Persan-Français (4 volumes in French and Persian; Rome, 1908-1914), by Jean Jacques Pierre Desmaisons
PK6406 .M34 [Info] Discourses on Iranian Literature (Bombay: Parsi Pub. Co., 1909), by Dhanjishah Meherjibhai Madan (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
PK6412 .I34 [Info] Familiar and Foreign: Identity in Iranian Film and Literature (Edmonton: AU Press, c2015), ed. by Manijeh Mannani and Veronica Thompson (PDF with commentary at AU Press)
PK6449 .E5 C6 [Info] The Rose Garden of Persia (London: Gibbings, 1899), ed. by Louisa Stuart Costello, contrib. by Joseph Jacobs (multiple formats at
PK6449 .F7 B7 [Info] Contes Persans (Bibliothèque de la Faculté de Philosophie et Lettres de l'Université to Liège fasc. 19, in French; Liège: Vaillant-Carmanne; Paris: H. Champion, 1910), trans. by Auguste Bricteux, contrib. by Victor Chauvin
PK6451 .A62 Z87 1983 [Info] Anvari's Divan: A Pocket Book for Akbar (New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, c1983), by Annemarie Schimmel and Stuart Cary Welch (page images and PDF with commentary at and Google)
PK6451 .B73 Z75 2015 [Info] Writing Self, Writing Empire: Chandar Bhan Brahman and the Cultural World of the Indo-Persian State Secretary (Oakland, CA: University of California Press, c2015), by Rajeev Kinra (multiple formats at Luminos)
PK6451.F4 M2813 [Info] Bird Parliament, by Farid al-Din Attar, trans. by Edward FitzGerald (HTML with commentary at
PK6456 .A1 W3 [Info] The Sháhnáma of Firdausí (9 volumes; London: K. Paul, Trench, Trübner and Co., 1905-1925), by Firdawsī, trans. by Arthur George Warner and Edmond Warner
PK6456 .A31 R92 [Info] Firdosi's Königsbuch (Schahname) (3 volumes, in German; Berlin: G. Reimer, 1890-1895), by Firdawsī, ed. by Edmund Alfred Bayer, trans. by Friedrich Rückert (page images at HathiTrust)
PK6457 .Z5 1906 [Info] Shah Nameh: Stories Retold from Firdusi (New York: E.C. Hill, 1906), by Helen Zimmern, contrib. by Firdawsī and Julius Mohl (page images at HathiTrust)
PK6457 .Z76 [Info] The Epic of Kings (retellings of portions of Firdawsi's Shah Nameh), by Helen Zimmern, contrib. by Firdawsī (HTML at Internet Classics)
PK6460 .A2 E8 1908 [Info] Yûsuf and Zalîkhâ by Firdausî of Ṭûs;;, Edited From the Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library, the British Museum, and the Library of the Royal Asiatic Society, and the Two Lithographed Texts of Teheran and Lucknow (or Cawnpore) (Anecdota Oxoniensa Aryan Series, part 6, in Persian with English notes; Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1908), by Firdawsī, ed. by Hermann Ethé
PK6465 .Z31 B4 [Info] Poems from the Divan of Hafiz (London: Heinemann, 1897), by Hafiz, trans. by Gertrude Lowthian Bell (HTML at

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