Second Largest Library in Europe: Poetry Book from Azerbaijan Already Available to the Public

Second Largest Library in Europe: Poetry Book from Azerbaijan Already Available to the Public

 

Candles: 101 Verses, a modern poetry book from Azerbaijan, published in 2015 and first launched at Waterstones, Europe's largest academic range bookshop in London, is now available at Europe’s second-largest non-lending library, run by the Lyrik Kabinett Foundation, Germany, as part of cooperation between the Azerbaijan State Translation Centre and the foundation.

 The Lyrik Kabinett library, established in 1994, is the second-largest specializing in poetry in Europe. It contains German-language and international poetry of all periods in parallel-text editions and original monolingual editions, CD’s and other audio materials, DVDs and live recordings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Link:

https://www.lyrik-kabinett.de/bibliothek/

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