Ukrainian Newspaper Shares Azerbaijan Poetry

Ukrainian Newspaper Shares Azerbaijan Poetry

The Ukrainian-language newspaper “Лiтературна Україна” in its July issue has posted selected verses by Azerbaijan’s modern poets, as part of the project to promote national literature worldwide.

An article titled “Поезія гранатових відтінків” (“The Poetry With Pomegranate Tinges”) by a Ukrainian poetess and translator Lesya Mudrak is followed by pieces of poetry, such as Still Live (Huseyn Arif), I Am Building a House (Dilsuz), I Lost My Way on the Gallows (Salam Sarvan), The Prettiest Woman (Aqshin Yenisey), in addition to Rustam Behrudi and Leyla Aliyeva’s poetry. The translators are Mikola Miroshnichenko, Vano Kruger, Lesya Mudrak, Vasili Dovjik, and Pyotr Seleski.

The notable Ukrainian literary portal “litukraina.com.ua” also shared the page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Link:

https://litukraina.com.ua

 

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