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Hussain Quli Mastan had various personalities. He was a journalist, translator, lyricist, poet, playwright, novelist, as well as columnist footer, and without a doubt he was the first Iranian photo-journalist.In this paper, hidden corners and unfamiliar life and priceless works of Hussain Quli Mastan has been introduced. Hopefully this article establishes Hussain Quli Mastan in Persian literature and his valuable work.
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