Spanish Literature Portal Shares Rustam Behrudi and Hamid Herischi Poems

Spanish Literature Portal Shares Rustam Behrudi and Hamid Herischi Poems

 

   El coloquio de los perros, a crowd-pleasing Spanish literature portal, has posted in Spanish translation poems by notable Azerbaijani poets Rustam Behrudi and Hamid Herischi, as part of the AzSTC’s project “Azerbaijan Literature in a Virtual World.”

   The portal followed by a large number of readers has posted poems “Liberty, the Shroud of Turin and Pilgrims” by Rustam Behrudi and “Face to Face with the Executioner” by Hamid Herischi. The portal also provides detailed information on both poets.

   The continually-updated El coloquio de los perros regularly posts samples of pieces by internationally renowned writers and poets, such as Henry Longfellow, George Eliot, Paul van Ostaijen, Saint-Pol-Roux, to name a few.

   The translator of the poems is Tutukhanum Yunusova, a Spanish language specialist.

 

 

 

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