Revisiting Persian Architectural Myth through Byronic Gaze in Robert Byron ’ s The Road to Oxiana

@inproceedings{Zarrinjooee2014RevisitingPA,
  title={Revisiting Persian Architectural Myth through Byronic Gaze in Robert Byron ’ s The Road to Oxiana},
  author={Dr. Bahman Zarrinjooee},
  year={2014}
}
  • Dr. Bahman Zarrinjooee
  • Published 2014
Architecture is a cryptogram through which intellectual travellers decipher the myth and read the history of countries to/in which they travel. This paper focuses on the significance of Robert Byron’s The Road to Oxiana (1937) regarding the aspects of power hidden beyond architectural myth, as a leitmotif, in the social strata of Persia. It investigates… CONTINUE READING