Georgian Literature Portal Shares Vagif Bayatly Oder Poetry

Georgian Literature Portal Shares Vagif Bayatly Oder Poetry

Akhali saunje (“New Treasure”), a crowd-pleasing Georgian-language literary portal, has posted in Georgian translation the poem As the world fades, You emerge, God by Azerbaijan’s famous poet Vagif Bayatly Oder. It is part of the AzSTC - pioneered project - Azerbaijani Literature in a Virtual World - to promote national literature worldwide. The page also provides detailed information on the author.

 The translator is poet Imir Mammadli.

 It should be noted that the page, funded by the Ministry of Culture of Georgia, particularly functions to post world literature samples. Georgian readers have open access to electronic versions of works from world-famous authors, such as Charles Dickens, Vladimir Mayakovsky, Velimir Khlebnikov, Harold Pinter, Roland Bart, Olga Tokarchuk, Italo Calvino, to name a few.

 

https://newsaunje.ge/index.php?do=full&id=471

 

 

 

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