German Literary Portal Shares Ramiz Rovshan’s Creativity

German Literary Portal Shares Ramiz Rovshan’s Creativity

“Aphorismen.de”, a popular German literature portal, has posted in the German language the poem “Treacherous creature” by the People’s Poet of Azerbaijan Ramiz Rovshan and selected aphorisms from his poetry, as part of the Azerbaijan State Translation Centre’s project “Azerbaijani Literature in Virtual World.”

The portal also provides detailed information on the poet. 

Maryam Samadova, the German language specialist at the AzSTC, is the author of the line-by-line translation, and Thomas Schefter is the literary editor.  

It is worth noting that “Aphorismen.de” regularly publishes works by world-famous philosophers, writers and poets, such as Socrates, Democritus, Charles Dickens, Yunus Emre, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Theodor Fontane, to name a few.

 

https://www.aphorismen.de/autoren/person/11630/Ramiz+Rovshan

https://www.aphorismen.de/suche?f_autor=11630_Ramiz+Rovshan

 

 

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