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Azerbaijan International

 

Literature that Azerbaijan International magazine has translated into English.

All works have been edited by Betty Blair, Editor of Azerbaijan International

They may be accessed on AZER.com and AZERI.org

 

SHORT STORIES

 

Abdullayev

 

 

 

Chingiz

Retaliatory Blow

Translated by Gulnar Aydamirova

 

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), pp. 66-75.

Aghayev

 

 

 

Samid

On Loving Your Neighbor

Translated by Arzu Aghayeva

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), pp. 80-81.

Ahmadli

 

Sabir

Voice from the Sea (short story about Black January 1990)

Translated by Zeydulla Aghayev

 

Vol 4.1 (Spring 1996), pp. 16-17, 82.

Ahmadli

 

 

Sabir

"Love of Heaven"

Translated by Aytan Aliyeva

 

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), pp. 116-117.

Anar

 

 

Me, You, Him and the Telephone

Translated by Vafa Talishli

 

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), pp. 22-29.

Anar

 

The Morning of That Night

Translated by Vafa Mastanova

Vol 7.1 (Spring 1999), pp. 38-41.

Aylisli

 

Akram

The Heart is a Strange Thing

Translated by Aynur H. Imecer and Aytan Aliyeva

 

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), pp. 46-51.

 

Budagli

 

Saday

The Scoundrel

Translated by Vafa Mastanova

 

Vol 7.1 (Spring 1999), p. 76.

Elchin

 

 

 

Yellow Bride

Translated by Aynura Huseinova

 

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), pp. 58-63.

Goja

Fikrat

Adam and Fatmanisa

Translated by Aynura Huseinova

 

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), pp. 82

Huseinbeyli

 

Elchin

Letters of a Gray Donkey

Translated by Gulnar Aydamirova and Aynura Huseinova

 

 

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), pp. 112-115.

Ibrahimbeyov

 

Magsud

The Pistachio Tree

Translated by Vafa Mastanova

 

Vol 7.1 (Spring 1999), pp. 48-49

Ibrahimbeyov

 

 

 

Magsud

On a Beautiful Day

Translated by Arzu Aghayeva

 

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), pp. 84-89.

Ibrahimbeyov

 

 

Magsud

Goodbye, Milady!

Translated by Arzu Aghayeva

 

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), pp. 90-93.

Ibrahimbeyov

 

 

Rustam

Music Lesson

Translated by Vafa Mastanova

 

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), p. 94-97.

Mammadguluzade

 

Jalil

Maybe They'll Give It All Back

Translated by Aynur H. Imecer

 

Vol 7.1 (Spring 1999), pp. 30-33.

 

Mammadov

 

Altay

Mother Had Grown Old

Translated by Jala Garibova

 

Vol 7.1 (Spring 1999), pp. 45-47

 

 

Masud

 

 

Afaq

Dormitory

Translated by Aynur H. Imecer

 

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), pp. 76-79.

Mehdi

 

Garib

Medicine After Meals

Translated by Jala Garibova

 

Vol 7.1 (Spring 1999), p. 74.

Mir Jalal

 

 

Anket Anketov (satire on Soviet bureaucratic practices)

Translated by Hasan Javadi

 

Vol 4.1 (Spring 1996) pp. 56-58.

Mir Jalal

 

 

Hey Ismayil, Make Him Understand (satire on Soviet bureaucratic practices)

Translated by Hasan Javadi

Vol 7.1 (Spring 1999), p. 43

 

Mir Jalal

 

Dissertation (satire on Soviet bureaucratic practices)

 

 

Azeri.org

Mir Jalal

 

Foreign Illness

 

 

Azeri.org

Mir Jalal

 

Matishga (My Dear Lady)

 

 

Azeri.org

Mir Jalal

 

Mirza

 

Azeri.org

Mir Jalal

 

Rules of Etiquette for a Modern Wedding

 

 

Azeri.org

Mir Jalal

 

Used to Scoldings

Translated by Hasan Javadi

 

 

Azeri.org

Mir Jalal

 

The Cotton Picker Who Knew Everything

 

 

Azeri.org

Mir Jalal

 

The Shade of the Willow Tree

 

 

Azeri.org

Mir Jalal

 

Peaches

 

Azeri.org

Mir Jalal

 

Dried Up in Meetings (satire on Soviet bureaucratic practices)

Translated by Hasan Javadi

 

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), pp. 42-43

Nazirli

 

Kamran

The Old Baby

Translated by Aynura Huseinova

 

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), pp. 118-122.

Rasulzade

 

 

Natig

Tram

Translated by Arzu Aghayeva

 

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), pp. 30-33.

Samadoghlu

 

 

 

Yusif

Flowers

Translated by Gulnar Aydamirova

 

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), pp. 108-110.

Samadoghlu

 

Yusif

My Destiny

Translated by Jala Garibova

 

Samadoghlu

 

Shikhli

 

 

 

Ismayil

Aunt Maleyka

Translated by Aynura Huseinova

 

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), pp. 52-56.

 

 

NOVELS (Excerpts)

 

Husein

 

Mehdi

Underground Rivers Flow Into the Sea

(Excerpt from the novel, Stalin's Oppression in Azerbaijan)

Translated by Jala Garibova

 

Vol 7.1 (Spring 1999), pp. 42, 64

Shikhli

 

Ismayil

My Dying World (Chapter 3)

Translated by Farhad Mustafayev

 

Vol 4.1 (Spring 1996), pp. 66-67.

 

 

POETRY

 

Alibeyli

Anvar

Truth

Translated by Aynur H. Imecer

 

Vol 7.1 (Spring 1999), p. 52.

 

Araz

Mammad

Come On, Rise Up, Azerbaijan!

Consolation

How Can I Forget You

Let's Find a Way

The Flower which Appeared in the Wrong Season

Translated by Aynura Huseinova

Guests During One's Lifetime

If There Were No War

Translated by Aytan Aliyeva

http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai121_folder/121_articles/121_poetry_mammad_araz.html

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), pp. 98-99.

 

Bayatly Oner

Vagif

Let's Dance from Birth to Death!

More than Anyone Else

Children and Letters

Why Did I Love You So

Child Who Dances For the Wedding

Seventeenth Year

I Make Flowers from People

Let's Dance From Birth to Death

Both As A Woman and Like God

Translated by Tamam Bayatly

http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai121_folder/121_articles/121_poetry_bayatly_vagif.html

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), pp. 64-65.

 

Fikrat

 

Goja

An Ordinary Man

Chess

Help

Fortunately, There is a Future

An Unfinished Work

Translated by Aytan Aliyeva, Aynura Huseinova and Ulviyya Mammadova

http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai121_folder/121_articles/121_poetry_fikrat_goja.html

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), p. 83.

Ildirim

 

Almas

Stranger in a Foreign Country

Why Was I Born a Poet?

My Slave Azerbaijan

My Song

I Believe in Youth

 

Translated by Aytan Aliyeva

http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai121_folder/121_articles/121_poetry_almas_ildirim.html

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), p. 107.

Jafarzade

 

Ahmad

 

"Hey Yusif!"

Evil Rules Instead of Truth

I Don't Know

I'm in A Daze

Translated by Gulnar Aydamirova

http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai141_folder/141_articles/141_ahmad_jafarzade_poetry.html

Vol 14.1 (Spring 2006), pp. 26, 31

Karim

Ali

Babak's Arms

Break Down the Closed Doors

Do Not Reconcile Yourself

Locking The Door

My Father's Memoir

Two Loves

 

Translated by Aynura Huseinova and Ulviyya Mammadova

http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai121_folder/121_articles/121_poetry_ali_karim.html

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), p. 21.

Khalil

 

Zeynal

 

The Sun's Tiny Ray

Translated by Aynur H. Imecer

http://azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/71_folder/71_articles/71_khalil.html

Vol 7.1 (Spring 1999), p. 52.

 

Reza

Rasul

Bones (Abridged version)

Translated by Jala Garibova

http://azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/71_folder/71_articles/71_rasulreza.html

Vol 7.1 (Spring 1999), pp. 36-37.

Reza

Khalil

The Poet's Voice

Translated by Aynur H. Imecer

http://azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/71_folder/71_articles/71_reza.html

Vol 7.1 (Spring 1999), pp. 52.

Reza

Rasul

Aesop

Translated by Aynur H. Imecer

http://azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/71_folder/71_articles/71_rasulrezapoems.html

Vol 7.1 (Spring 1999), p. 55.

 

Rovshan

Ramiz

The Sky Cannot Hold a Stone!

With What Fury This Bird Sings

Baby Snake

Translated by Aynura Huseinova

http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai121_folder/121_articles/121_poetry_ramiz_rovshan.html

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), p. 57.

 

 

Rustam

Suleyman

My Tabriz

Translated by Aynur H. Imecer

http://azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/71_folder/71_articles/71_rustam.html

Vol 7.1 (Spring 1999), p. 52.

 

Rustamkhanli

Sabir

This Land Seems Familiar to Me

Translated by Aynur H. Imecer

http://azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/71_folder/71_articles/71_rustamkhanli.html

Vol 7.1 (Spring 1999), p. 57.

 

Salimov

Aghasalim

Meykhana: Azerbaijan's Own Ancient Version of Rap Reappears THIS IS ARTICLE

Money

http://azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/43_folder/43_articles/43_meykhana.html

Vol 4.3 (Autumn 1996), pp. 74.

Samadoghlu

Vagif

Solace

High Time

On Earth

Living Witness

Translated by Walter May and Zeydulla Aghayev

http://azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/41_folder/41_articles/41_vurghun.html

Vol 4.1 (Spring 1996), p. 23.

Samadoghlu

 

 

 

 

 

Vagif

 

Bridge

Created for Woman

Entangled

Freedom

Living Witness

Silence

Suffocation

The Mist

The Poet's Cry

 

Translated by Aynur H. Imecer

http://azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/71_folder/71_articles/71_samadoglu_vagif.html

Vol 7.1 (Spring 1999), pp. 56-57.

 

Samadoghlu

 

Vagif

http://azeri.org/Azeri/az_latin/latin_lit/az_literature/poetry/samadoghlu_vagif/samadoghlu_vagif_god/index_god.html

 

A Buzzing in My Brain Again

A Gallows of This Plane Tree

A Lot Of Trees

A Year Will Pass

An Old Man Is Sitting There

Another Girl

By Someone

Come On, Take Me By the Hand

Don't Be Afraid

Don't Forget

Don't Go, My Brother

Don't Say, It Can't Be So

Evening Is Lost In the Darkness

Faded Color

Feel For the One Who Is Laughing

Forget Me, Forget

Goodness

Heart Full of Words

His Dark Black Eyes

How Can I Forget the Village

How So The Birds Sing

How Suffocatingly Hot

Huge Churches in Rome

I Am Caught

I Am Leaving to Come Back

I Am Running From Heat

I Came Earlier

I Don't Want People to Dream Of Me

I Heard Three Kinds of Voice

I Might Forget

I Neither Raised a Stone

I Passed By a Beautiful Woman

I Reached Out For Joy

I Was a Big Blue Mammoth

I Was Born in 1939 

I Wish It Were 1932 Now

I Won't Pick Up

If I Die Untimely

If I Had Known That

If The Heaven Lives

I'll Comb My Hair

I'll Have a Cat

In a Windy Autumn Day

It Has Been Raining

It Is Not Us

It Is Raining Into the World

Life

Like a Tired Deer's Eyes

Lips That Are Saying "I Love

Little Time Left

Look, We'll Finish Reading

Mist Has Come Over Baku

My Address

Not For The World a Man Can Be

Oh, My God!

Oh, my God!

Once I Was a Horizon

One Day This Phone Will Ring

Painted With Dust

Please, Don't Remind Me

Seagull

See

Some Day You'll Fall Down

Sometimes The Places That You Have Once Seen

That Strange And Soft Tune

The Bell On Her Door

The Clouds

The Gossips Of This World

The Sea In Winter

The Shadow Of My Two Hands

The Sky Is Full Of Stars

The Thunder Struck 

The Wind Roaring In My Ears

There Is a Street In My City

They Are Lying

This Cloud 

This Wind

To Aygun

To Molla Panah Vagif 

Today the Clouds

Today They Told Me

Today

Tonight Is The Last One Again

Turn to the Wall

Vessels Go Out Into the Sea

We Met

What Spring Are You Going to Appear In

What's The Sun?

When Every Day

When It's Winter

While I'm Alive

Why Are You Barking?

Within a Day

You Abandoned Me Yesterday

 

 

Samadoghlu

 

Vagif

http://azeri.org/Azeri/az_latin/latin_lit/az_literature/poetry/samadoghlu_vagif/samadoghlu_vagif_island/island_index.html

A Buzzing in My Brain Again

A Gallows of This Plane Tree

A Lot Of Trees

A Year Will Pass

Another Girl

By Someone

Come On, Take Me By the Hand

Don't Forget

Faded Color

Forget Me, Forget

Heart Full of Words

His Dark Black Eyes

Huge Churches in Rome

I Am Leaving to Come Back

I Am Running From Heat

I Came Earlier

I Heard Three Kinds of Voice

I Might Forget

I Neither Raised a Stone

I Was a Big Blue Mammoth

I Wish It Were 1932 Now

I Won't Pick Up

If I Die Untimely

If The Heaven Lives

I'll Comb My Hair

I'll Have a Cat

In a Windy Autumn Day

It Has Been Raining

Life

Like a Tired Deer's Eyes

Lips That Are Saying "I Love

Little Time Left

My Address

Painted With Dust

Please, Don't Remind Me

Seagull

See

Some Day You'll Fall Down

That Strange And Soft Tune

The Bell On Her Door

The Clouds

The Gossips Of This World

The Sea In Winter

The Sky Is Full Of Stars

The Thunder Struck 

They Are Lying

This Cloud 

This Wind

To Molla Panah Vagif 

Today the Clouds

Today They Told Me

Today

Tonight Is The Last One Again

Turn to the Wall

Vessels Go Out Into the Sea

What's The Sun?

While I'm Alive

Why Are You Barking?

Within a Day

You Abandoned Me Yesterday

 

 

Shaig

Abdulla

 

Forward

Rays from the Same Sun

Salutation To Our Century

That Was You

To the Enemy of the People

We're all Rays from the Same Sun

Translated by Aytan Aliyeva, Ulviyya Mammadova and Aynura Huseinova

http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai121_folder/121_articles/121_poetry_abdulla_shaig.html

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), pp. 40-41.

Sadigzade

 

 

Ummugulsum

May It Not Be

Our Eyes Full of Tears: Our Hearts Broken

Separation

To the Caspian

Wondering

http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai141_folder/141_articles/141_bayil_prison.html

Vol 14.1 (Spring 2006), pp. 40, 53

Uluturk

Khalil Reza

A Political Prisoner's Walk

Free as the Seas

Handprints

My Freedom

Translated by Aynura Huseinova, Aytan Aliyeva and Ulviyya Mammadova

http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai121_folder/121_articles/121_poetry_khalil_reza.html

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), pp. 34-35

Vahabzade

Bakhtiyar

 

 

Onion

Subjugation-Freedom

Translated by Aynur H. Imecer

http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai103_folder/103_articles/103_vahabzade.html

Vol 10.3 (Spring 2002), pp. 52-54.

 

 

Vahabzade

Bakhtiyar

 

 

I Must Be Myself

Translated by Aynur H. Imecer

http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai103_folder/103_articles/103_vahabzade.html

Vol 10.3 (Spring 2002), p. 55

Vahabzade

Bakhtiyar

 

 

Complaining of Age

Translated by Jala Garibova

http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai103_folder/103_articles/103_vahabzade.html

Vol 10.3 (Spring 2002), p. 55

Vahabzade

Bakhtiyar

 

 

Alone

Translated by Aynura Huseinova

http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai103_folder/103_articles/103_vahabzade.html

Vol 10.3 (Spring 2002), p. 55

Vahabzade

Bakhtiyar

 

Fear

I Love

Knock the Fences Down

Life is as Short as an Inch

My Mother

Speed

The Earth's Boundaries

Time on My Mind

Two Blind Men

Translated by Aynura Huseinova

http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai121_folder/121_articles/121_poetry_vahabzade.html

 

 

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), pp. 44-45.

Vurghun

Samad

Do Not Bend

Listen Khavar

Translated by Walter May and Zeydulla Aghayev

http://azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/41_folder/41_articles/41_vurghun.html

Vol 4.1 (Spring 1996), p. 23.

Vurghun

Samad

I Do Not Pass as the Wind

Im Not in a Hurry

Translated by Aynura Huseinova

http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai121_folder/121_articles/121_poetry_samad_vurghun.html

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), p. 106.

 

 

MEMOIRS Stalin Era

 

Alasgarov

Azer

Hardships Endured At Home: When the Men Were Sent to Siberian Labor Camps
by Fatma Alasgarova, wife

Translated by Aysel Mustafayeva

http://azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai134_folder/134_articles/134_azer_alasgarov.html

Vol. 13.4 (Winter 2005), pp. 58-63

 

Aliyev

Charkaz

Stalin's Purge of 1937-1938: When Friends and Family Disappear Forever
by Fizza Aliyeva, his wife

Translated by Aysel Mustafayeva

http://azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai134_folder/134_articles/134_fizza_aliyeva.html

Vol. 13.4 (Winter 2005), pp. 90-91.

 

Avsharov

Mukhtar

Beating the Prison System: A Stone's Throw to Freedom
by Reza Avshar, his son

Translated by Ulviyya Mammadova

http://azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai134_folder/134_articles/134_avsharov.html

Vol. 13.4 (Winter 2005), pp. 76-79.

 

Bunyadov

 

Ziya

Defense of Azeri: Students Sent into Exile: Fate Sealed in Letter Sent to Poet Samad Vurghun
based on materials complied from KGB files by the late Historian Ziya Bunyadov, Academician

Translated by Ulviyya Mammadova

http://azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai134_folder/134_articles/134_bunyadov.html

Vol. 13.4 (Winter 2005), pp. 50-51.

Huseinoghlu

Gulhusein

Miscalculations: Resisting the System and Proud it
by Gulhusein Huseinoghlu, in exile for 7 years

Translated by Gulnar Aydamirova

http://azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai134_folder/134_articles/134_gulhusein.html

Vol. 13.4 (Winter 2005), pp. 52-57

 

Jafarzade

 

Ahmad

 

Seven Days in 1937: The Trauma of Stalin's Early Repressions

http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai141_folder/141_articles/141_ahmad.html

Vol 14.1 (Spring 2006), pp. 26, 31

Javid

Husein

The Night Father Was Arrested by Turan Javid

http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/41_folder/41_articles/41_javid.html

Vol 4.1 (Spring 1996), pp. 24.

Mustafayev

Chingiz

Our Own Voices, Our Own Minds: Stalin Crushes Would-Be Student Activists
by Fuad Mustafayev, brother of Chingiz, and nephews - Vahid Mustafayev, Seyfulla Mustafayev

Translated by Gulnar Aydamirova

http://azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai134_folder/134_articles/134_mustafayev.html

Vol. 13.4 (Winter 2005), pp. 68-75.

 

Narimanov

Nariman

Confessions: My Dear Son, Let Me Tell You What It Was Really Like
Letter written by Nariman Narimanov to his only son Najaf, 5, in 1925

Translated by Ulviyya Mammadova

http://azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai134_folder/134_articles/134_nariman_son.html

Vol. 13.4 (Winter 2005) pp. 32-35.

 

Sadigzade

 

Ummugulsum

Prison Diary: Tears Are My Only Companions"

Translated by Ulviyya Mammadova

http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai141_folder/141_articles/141_prison_diary_ummugul.html

Vol 14.1 (Spring 2006), pp. 40, 53

Sadigzade

 

Ummugulsum

Letters! Letters!

The Heartache of Separation

Too Many Springs, Too Many Winters

Translated by Ulviyya Mammadova

http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai141_folder/141_articles/141_prison_letters.html

Vol 14.1 (Spring 2006), pp. 40, 53

Vahabzade

Bakhtiyar

Poetic Justice

Translated by Jala Garibova http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai103_folder/103_articles/103_vahabzade.html

Vol 10.3 (Spring 2002), pp. 52-55.

Vahidov

Aydin

In Search of Goodness: Even in the Deep Freeze of a Siberian Labor Camp

by Aydin Vahidov, in exile for 7 years

Translated by Aysel Mustafayeva

http://azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai134_folder/134_articles/134_aydin_vahidov.html

Vol. 13.4 (Winter 2005), pp. 64-67.

Vurghun

Samad

Samad Vurghun, Father & Poet: 90th Jubilee by Vagif Samadoghlu

http://azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/41_folder/41_articles/41_vurghun.html

Vol 4.1 (Spring 1996), pp. 20-22.

 

FOREIGN LITERATURE

 

Allan Poe

 

Edgar

 

The Murders in the Rue Morgue

Translated by Safar Isgandarov

http://azeri.org/Azeri/az_latin/latin_lit/foreign_lit_azeri/foreign_lit_novels/edgar_allan_poe/murder_morgue_street.az/allan_poe_murder_morque.pdf

Azeri.org

Blair

 

Betty

Beyond Borders

Baghdad Donkey

Democracy is the Right to Say No

First Fear

Guahibo Indian

Hunk of a Moon

Mulberry Tree

Serenity

Sisyphus

Translated by Aynura Huseinova

http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/ai121_folder/121_articles/121_poetry_betty_blair.html

Vol 12.1 (Spring 2004), pp. 124-127.

Ibsen

Henrik

 

Hedda Gabler

Translated by Azad Aliyev

http://azeri.org/Azeri/az_latin/latin_lit/foreign_lit_azeri/drama_foreign/henrik_ibsen/henrik_ibsen_az/05_hedda_gabler.pdf

 

Azeri.org

Ibsen

Henrik

 

Dolls House

Translated by Azad Aliyev

http://azeri.org/Azeri/az_latin/latin_lit/foreign_lit_azeri/drama_foreign/henrik_ibsen/henrik_ibsen_az/02_ibsen_dolls_house.pdf

 

Azeri.org

Ibsen

Henrik

 

Ghosts

Translated by Azad Aliyev

http://azeri.org/Azeri/az_latin/latin_lit/foreign_lit_azeri/drama_foreign/henrik_ibsen/henrik_ibsen_az/ibsen_ghosts.pdf

Azeri.org

Ibsen

Henrik

 

The Wild Duck

Translated by Azad Aliyev

http://azeri.org/Azeri/az_latin/latin_lit/foreign_lit_azeri/drama_foreign/henrik_ibsen/henrik_ibsen_az/04_wild%20duck.pdf

Azeri.org

Saint-Exupery

 

Antoine de

Little Prince

Translated by Aziz Gozalsoy and Yagut Gurbanova

http://azeri.org/Azeri/az_latin/latin_lit/foreign_lit_azeri/foreign_lit_novels/saint_exupery/little_prince_az/little_prince_az.pdf

 

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