Farman Karimzade’s Short Story Appears in Iraq

Farman Karimzade’s Short Story Appears in Iraq

 

As part of Azerbaijani Literature in a Virtual World, an Azerbaijan State Translation Centre project to promote national literature worldwide, Al-Noor, the proven portal under the Iraqi Foundation for Culture and Media has posted Heart Must Burn, a short story by Farman Karimzade, a notable Azerbaijani writer (in Arabic translation). The reputable hub also highlights detailed information on the author.

Al-Noor regularly posts samples of pieces from internationally renowned authors, such as Nazim Hikmet, Ana Maria Matute and Naguib Mahfouz, to name a few. The literary portal publishes Farman Karimzade’s work for the first time.

Ahmad Sami Elaydi is the translator of the story.  


Link:

http://www.alnoor.se/

 

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