Mirzə Fətəli Axundov
Mirzə Fətəli Axundov (alternative aserb. Way of writing Mirzä Fätäli Axundov; also Axundzadə and/or. Axundzadä) (* 1812 in Nuxa (Şäki), † 27. February 1878 in low-read) was an Azerbaijani reconnaissance aircraft, writer, a Philisoph and a literary critic.
Its philosophical treatise of “three letters of the Indian prince Kämaluddövlä at the Persian princes Dschalaluddövlä and their answer by the latter” (1863-1865), also as “letters of Kämaluddövlä” admits, affected the development of philosophy in the Islamic Orient.
With its novel “Betrogene of stars” (1857) it justified the new Azerbaijani Prosa.
Axundov with its theatre comedies “Molla Ibrahim Khalil, the Alchimiker and owner of the philosophy stone” (1850) became particularly famous, “Monseur Jordan, the Botaniker, and the-wipes Mästälischah, the famous Zauberer” (1850) well-known, “the bar, the winner over the robber” (1851), “Wesir of the Khanates Länkäran” (1851), “adventures of a Geizhalses” (1852), also as “Hadschi Gara”, and “human rights activists in the city Täbris” (1855), with which he justified the dramaturgy not only in the Azerbaijani, but also in the literature of the Islamic Orients.
|NAME||Axundov, Mirzə Fətəli|
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||Azerbaijani philosopher and writer|
|DATE OF BIRTH||1812|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Nuxa, Şäki|
|DYING DATE||27. February 1878|