Serbian Literary Portal Shares Short Story by Ilyas Efendiyev

Serbian Literary Portal Shares Short Story by Ilyas Efendiyev

Serbian-language web portal Istočni biser (Eastern Pearl) has posted People's Writer Ilyas Efendiyev’s short story Woolen Shawl in Serbian translation, as part of the AzSTC project titled “Azerbaijani Literature in a Virtual World”.

The web portal, bearing the same name as a book by famous Serbian writer and translator Jovan Jovanović Zmaj, mainly shares selected samples from Eastern literatures. 

Zmaj translated into Serbian the works of some of the world’s greatest writers, such as Mirza Shafi Vazeh, Hafiz, and Omar Khayyam.

The portal allows Serbian readers to access the electronic version of the works of some of the world's best-known authors.

 

 

 

 

 

Link:

https://istocnibiser.wixsite.com

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