A Ukrainian newspaper Covers Afag Masud’s Novel
The Ukrainian newspaper Slovo Prosviti has posted an interview with Azerbaijan’s celebrated writer Afag Masud, the author of the novella Freedom, which was translated into Ukrainian and published at the Kyiv-based publishing house Druhe Dikhannya in previous years, with financial support from the Writers Union of Ukraine (the project initiator).
The interview, published under the heading The People Wanted to Breathe Freely ..., reveals the historical background of the novella and the author’s vision on personal freedom, tells about the socio-political upheavals, that form the background of the work plot.
Slovo Prosviti, the editor-in-chief of which is the famous poet and translator Pavel Movchan, is one of the oldest and most influential Ukrainian publications.
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