Eyyub Abasov’s Novel Shared in a Virtual World

Eyyub Abasov’s Novel Shared in a Virtual World

 

   Frequently visited literature portals, such as dibace.net (Turkey), alanbatnews.ne, johinanews.com, nbnjo.com (Jordan), alharir.info (Algeria), mustaqila.com and ashurnews.com (Iraq) have posted excerpts from a two-volume historical novel ‘Zangezur’ by Eyyub Abasov, a notable Azerbaijani writer.

   The excerpts depict the sceneries of bloodthirsty massacre committed in 1918-1920 by Armenians in the ancient Azerbaijani district of Zangezur and reflect the true picture of forcible expulsion of the Azerbaijanis from their ancestral lands.

   The translators are Farid Jamalov - the Arabic language translator-coordinator, and Sanan Naghiyev - the Turkish language translator-coordinator at AzSTC.

 

 

http://www.dibace.net/dunyadan/zengezur-romanindan-bolumler/

https://alanbatnews.net/article/344786

https://johinanews.com/article/160053

http://www.nbnjo.com/مركز-الترجمة-الحكومي-الأذربيجاني-ينشر-مقتطفات-من-رواية-“زَنجازور“
https://alharir.info/%D9%85%D8%B1%D9%83%D8%B2-

 

 

 

 

 

 

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