Great writer, doctor in philology, professor Aziza Jafarzade was born on December 29, 1921 in Baku. After graduating from School No. 25, she entered the Theater Technical School and then two-year Teachers' Institute.
1937: She started her literary work at the age of 16 and her first story called "Angel of Death" was published in "Adabiyyat" (Literature) newspaper.
1942-1944: She worked as a teacher in Chaparli village of Aghsu region.
1944-1946: She worked as the Head of the Script Department in "Azerbaycanfilm" named after Jafar Jabbarli.
Since 1946: She was a member of Azerbaijani Writers' Union.
1946-1947: She studied and graduated from the Philology Faculty of Azerbaijani State University.
1948: Her first book was to be published, but according to a special decision of Moscow, it was destroyed perhaps, they burned it - before it went on sale.
1947-1949: She served as the director of the Theater Technical School.
1950: She wrote her dissertation on "Pedagogical Intellectuals in 19th century Azerbaijani Literature".
1950-1955: She worked as the Senior Lecturer and the head of the chair in Correspondence Pedagogical Institute.
1956: She was the senior lecturer in Kamchatka Pedagogical Institute.
1957-1974: She was the Senior Scientific Employer and head of the department in the Manuscript Institute of Azerbaijani Academy of Sciences.
1970: She defended her doctor's dissertation on "Folk Poem Style in 19th Century Azerbaijani Poetry."
Since 1974: She was professor in Baku State University.
She was known as an expert in the history of Azerbaijani literature.
"The Tears of the Caspian" (2003) A narrative about the forced
deportation of Southern Azerbaijanis living in Northern Azerbaijan to Iran
during 3-4 days by Stalin regime.
"Fuzuli". She finished this book shortly before her death; it will be ready for publication soon - 2003). A novel about the adventures of the life of Fuzuli, great Azerbaijani poet who lived and created in the 15-16th centuries.
The subject of some narratives such as "A House Without an Owner" (1966), "Give Me your Hands" (1970), were written for kids. (1984), "My Dream" (2002) have been taken from the modern life.
"My Daughter's Stories" (1964), "My Mother's Tales" (1982), "My Flowers" (1988), "Cat Language" (2001) and others were written for kids.