“The Snake Eater” by Vazha-Pshavela is out in Azerbaijan

“The Snake Eater” by Vazha-Pshavela is out in Azerbaijan

“The Snake Eater” by Vazha-Pshavela, a notable Georgian poet, short-story writer, playwright and philosopher has been published in Azerbaijani within the framework of cooperation between the Translation Agency under the State Translation Centre and the Writers’ House of Georgia.

The book includes the author’s famous poems, such as “The Snake Eater”, “Aluda Ketelauri”, “Host and Guest” and lyrics.

The author of the translation into Azerbaijani is Imir Mammadli, a notable poet-translator, and the editor is Shafiga Shafa.

 

 

The copies of the edition will be available one of these days at one of the many bookstore locations listed below:

‘Libraf’

‘Kitabevim.az’

‘Akademkitab’

‘Akademiya’ book house

‘Baku Book Centre’

‘Chiraq’ Book House

Book house of the Presidential Administration of the Azerbaijan Republic

Sales kiosk of the Azerbaijan University of Languages

 

 

 

 

 

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