Heinrich Böll’s Two-Volume Selected Works Out Now
The Azerbaijan State Translation Centre (AzSTC) is pleased to announce the release of Selected Works in two volumes by Heinrich Böll, a world-famous novelist and the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1972.
The edition’s first volume includes the author’s famous novels and short stories, such as “Cross without Love”, “The Confession”, “At the Bridge”, “The Taste of Bread”, “In Search of the Reader”, “Acquainted with the Night”, “House without Guardians”, and views expressed by contemporaries about Heinrich Böll.
The second volume includes the author’s famous novels, such as “…And Never Said a Word”, “The Clown”, “The Bread of Those Early Years”, and a prologue “Heinrich Böll’s art that is very close to the human soul” written by professor Rustam Kamal, a notable philologist.
The majority of novels have been translated from the origin by Vilayat Hajiyev and Charkaz Gurbanly.
The book has been released by the AzSTC-based publishing house.
You can find copies of the edition at one of the many bookstore locations listed below:
‘Akademiya’ book house
Book house of the Presidential Administration of the Azerbaijan Republic
Sales kiosk of the Azerbaijan University of Languages
‘Pero’ book house
‘Oxumalı’ book house
‘Lider’ book house
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