Selected Works by Stefan Zweig is Out

Selected Works by Stefan Zweig is Out

The Azerbaijan State Translation Centre (AzSTC) is pleased to announce about the publication of “Selected Works” by Stefan Zweig, a world-famous Austrian writer, as part of a 150-volume series “Pearls of World Literature.”

The author of the epilogue entitled “Stefan Zweig – Great European” about the writer’s life and creativity is Vilayet Hajiyev, a notable translator of the German language. The book includes the author’s famous short stories “Letter from an Unknown Woman”, “The Governess”, “Burning Secret”, “Amok”, “Fear”, “Moonbeam Alley”, “Twenty-Four Hours in the Life of a Woman”, as well as his famous miniatures “'Stellar Moments of Humankind'”, “Joseph Fouché: Portrait of a Political Man.” 

The authors of the translation are notable literary translators Vilayet Hajiyev, Charkaz Gurbanly, Zahid Mammadov, Nariman Abdulrahmanly, Hamid Arzulu and Gabil Ahmadov.  

 

 

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

 

‘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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