Mohammad Ghazi was a distinguished Iranian translator and author, celebrated for his significant contributions to Persian literature through his translations of world classics. Born in 1913, Ghazi brought numerous influential works to Persian-speaking audiences, including “Don Quixote” by Cervantes and “The Little Prince” by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. His translations are noted for their linguistic precision and literary elegance, making complex texts accessible and enjoyable. Ghazi’s dedication to cultural exchange and literary enrichment has left an enduring legacy in Iranian literature, establishing him as one of the most respected and prolific translators of his time.