Book Series: Azerbaijan State Translation Centre About to Release “Pearls of World Literature”

Book Series: Azerbaijan State Translation Centre About to Release “Pearls of World Literature”

 

The Azerbaijan State Translation Centre (AzSTC) is pleased to announce about the oncoming publication of a 150-volume series 'Pearls of World Literature' to promote the reading culture in the country and to acquaint the Azerbaijani reader with classical and modern samples of world literature in a perfect and accurate translation. The book includes works by notable world authors, such as Miguel de Cervantes, Ryūnosuke Akutagawa, Fyodor Dostoevsky, William Faulkner, Mikhail Bulgakov, Albert Camus, Hermann Hesse, Jerome Salinger, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, to name just a few. Along with samples of Western European, the USA and Latin American literature samples, the book will also include the works by notable authors of the East Europe, Asia, and post-Soviet countries.

The first book of the series - a two-volume Selected Works including novels, stories and diaries of the world-famous Austrian writer Franz Kafka, translated from German, will be available to readers in the coming days.

 

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