Speaking to IBNA correspondent, Pejman pointed out: “When I studied about this book, I found notions which demanded further elaboration. I added 100 pages of explanation to the original text and provided 30 other pages as introduction”
‘Nadja’ is seen as a semi-autobiographical description of Breton’s connection with a mad patient of the French psychologist and philosopher Pierre Janet.
“’Nadja’ will be published by Hermes Publication Institute, moreover, a new version of ‘The Farewell Waltz’ by Milan Kundra which I translated in 1994, is due to be published. In fact, because Kundra edited all French translations of his works a gain and reprinted them, I also decided to translate this novel again into Persian,” Pjman said.
As writer, Pejman has also two novels, ‘I and the Blind Owl’ (2012) and ‘Youth’ (2013) in his career.