Poems about the Wounds

Special Offer Ends In:
-20%
TOP
  • Hilmi Yavuz
  • Author:  Hilmi Yavuz
  • Collection:  "Famous World Poets" Collection
  • Year: 25-04-2016
  • Translator from Turkish: Kadriye Cesur
  • Availability:  In Stock
  • Product Code:  1743-01
  • SKU: 18.0183
  • ISBN: 978-619-152-837-0

€3.68  €4.60
  • Ex Tax: €3.38
   


Delivery

At an office of Econt 4.00 BGN 

At personal address - 6.00 BGN

Free shipping in Bulgaria for orders above 50 BGN. to an Econt office

Order by phone

Call us at 0888 465 635 to order by phone

E-book

In order to read our eBooks you have to download Adobe Digital Editions and register on the Adobe website as well. The DRM protected eBooks can not be converted or read on Amazon Kindle devices.

Description

Hilmi Yavuz is among Turkey's most celebrated poets. His poetry, at once cerebral and intensely emotional, has been translated into several languages. Тhis translations bring a glimpse into the complex and expressive poetry of Yavuz, introducing traditional Ottoman forms and themes into a familiar poetic landscape and opening a door of understanding to Western readers. While each poem included in this volume can be enjoyed as a unique poetic entity, these poems read together to reveal the organic and developmental relationship between Yavuz's figurative language and his self-expression. 

The translation is made by Kadriye Cesur.

About the Author

Hilmi Yavuz

Hilmi Yavuz

Hilmi Yavuz worked as a journalist in London, where he also completed a degree in philosophy, and he later taught history and philosophy in Istanbul. In his poems, the aesthetics of Ottoman civilizati... Read more

Related Products

The Magma. The Blind Watch
-20%
TOP

The Magma. The Blind Watch

€3.68 €4.60 Ex Tax: €3.38

The sea of the living
-20%
TOP

The sea of the living

€4.91 €6.14 Ex Tax: €4.50

Tags: Turkey,Poetry

Specification
Year 25-04-2016
Translator from Turkish: Kadriye Cesur
Pages 56
Size 140/215 мм
Weight 0.1 kg
Collection Колекция "Световни поети"
Cover Type Paperback
Genre Turkey, Poetry

There are no reviews for this product.

Write a review
Note: HTML is not translated!
Captcha

Newsletter Subscribe

Submitting this form you agree to receive communications by email and you agree with our Privacy Policy

News

For the first time all the fables of Lafontaine in Bulgarian

22/10/2020

What does the science know about happiness?

16/10/2020

This Article is Available only in Bulgarian.

When the wolves roamed undisturbed in Paris

14/10/2020

This Article is Available only in Bulgarian.