Khazar Magazine’s Next Issue Out Now

 

The highlights of the issue include:


The short story “The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber” by Ernest Hemingway under the heading of “NOBEL LECTURES”;

The novel “Uncle’s Dream” by F.M. Dostoyevsky under the heading of СORYPHAEUS”;

The short story “Mirza Safar” by Abdurrahim bey Hagverdiyev under the heading of “AZERBAIJAN LITERATURE”;

The poems by O. Mandelstam, M. Voloshin, A. Akhmatova, M. Svetayeva, S. Yesenin and B. Pasternak under the heading of “THE SILVER AGE OF RUSSIAN POETRY”;

The short stories by Alberto Moravia under the heading of “THE ROMAN SHORT STORIES”;

The novel “Chevengur” by Andrei Platonov under the heading of “ANTIUTOPIA”;

The short story “Welcome to the Supervisory Board” by Peter Handke under the heading of “THE AUSTRIAN PROSE”;

The short stories by Yakov Schechter under the heading of “CONTEMPORARY ISRAELITE PROSE”

The play “Protest” by Vaslav Havel under the heading of “THEATRE”, and to name a few.


 For Khazar readers: copies of the edition are available on the stands below:

 

Kiosk Press – Elmler Akademiyası metro station, 19 Huseyn Javid Avenue;

Kiosk Press – Nariman Narimanov metro station, 122 Agha Neymatulla Street;

Kiosk Press – Icherisheher metro station, Istiglaliyyat Street;

Kiosk Press – Koroghlu metro station;

Kiosk Press – Nizami metro station, Alibey Huseynzade Street;

Kiosk Press – Hazi Aslanov metro station, 41 Khudu Mammadov Street, and on other newsstands at metro stations.

 

 

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