A Poet and Bin-Laden

Hamid Ismailov

A Poet and Bin-Laden
ISBN: 9781909156333
Formaat: 229mm x 152mm
Paperback, 266 pagina's
Publicatiedatum: 1st September 2012
Paperback: €20,30
Boek met harde kaft: €27,25
EPUB: €9,95
PDF: €9,95
Kindle: €9,95

Beoordeling: 5 / 5 sterren - 4 stem(men).


Categorie: Literature, Literatuur, Modern Literary Fiction, Moderne Literaire Fictie, Novels, Oezbeeks boeken, Romans, Russian books, Uzbek books
Niveau: Uzbek Literature, Oezbeeks Literatuur, Russian Literature, Russische Literatuur

Hamid Ismailov

Hamid Ismailov (born 1954), an Uzbek journalist and writer, was forced to flee Uzbekistan for the United Kingdom in 1992, where he took a job with the BBC World Service.

Although his works are banned in Uzbekistan, he has published dozens of books in Uzbek, Russian, French, German, Turkish and other languages. These include books of poetry (Sad (‘Garden’), 1987; Pustynya (‘Desert’), 1988), of visual poetry (Post Faustum, 1990; Kniga Otsutstvi, 1992, novels (Sobranie Utonchyonnyh, 1988; Le Vagabond Flamboyant, 1993; Hay-ibn-Yakzan, 2001; Hostage to Celestial Turks, 2003; Doroga k smerti bol'she chem smert' (‘The Road To Death Is Bigger Than Death’), 2005), and many others.

He has translated Russian and Western classics into Uzbek, and Uzbek and Persian classics into Russian and other Western languages.

Written before he left Uzbekistan, Ismailov's novel The Railway was the first to be translated into English. Published in 2006, it was translated by Robert Chandler, following a Russian edition which had been published in Moscow in 1997. His triptych of novels comprising Mbobo,  Googling For Soul and Two Lost To Life have also been translated into English with the help of an Arts Council grant.

Ismailov has been a Writer in Residence for the BBC World Service since April 2010.

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Publicatiedetails:

Omslag:  Paperback , 266 pagina's
ISBN: 9781909156333
Formaat: 229mm x 152mm

Omslag:  Boek met harde kaft , 266 pagina's
ISBN: 9781909156302
Formaat: 229mm x 152mm

Omslag:  EPUB , 266 pagina's
ISBN: 9781909156371
Formaat: EPUB

Omslag:  PDF , 266 pagina's
ISBN: 9781909156449
Formaat: PDF

Omslag:  Kindle , 266 pagina's
ISBN: 9781909156388
Formaat: Kindle

Imprint: Glagoslav


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