Collection of Uzbek poems published in Moscow
Azerbaijan, Baku, Feb. 12/ Trend V. Zhavoronkova/
The book Anor-Granat. Modern poetry of Uzbekistan has been published in Moscow. The book comprises work of authors writing in Uzbek and Russian, a press release of the CIS International Fund for Humanitarian Cooperation says.
It is the first bilingual anthology of modern Uzbek poetry.
The collection comprises work of Rauf Parfi - classic author of new Uzbek literature.
The book has been published in Moscow by Publishing house Ruslan Elinin together with Publishing center New Youth under the CIS International Fund for Humanitarian Cooperation.
The book also comprises work of the following Uzbek poets, Fakhria, Davron Rajab, Guzal Begim, Bakhrom Ruzimuhammad, Abdullah Shera, Yahya Toga, Tursun Ali, Mirpulat Mirzo, Belgi. Poetry in Russian has been represented by poems of Sabit Madaliev, Alexander Faynberg, Vika Osadchenko, Sukhbat Aflatuni, Lyudmila Bakirova, Bahodir Ahmedov, Rifat Gumerov.
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