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ABDULLA QODIRIY’S NOVEL ‘THE PAST DAYS’ TO BE PUBLISHED IN ENGLISH AND FRENCH

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ABDULLA QODIRIY'S NOVEL ‘THE PAST DAYS' TO BE PUBLISHED IN ENGLISH AND FRENCH

The Islam Karimov Foundation promotes the preservation and promotion of the rich cultural heritage of Uzbekistan by publishing and translating Uzbek masterpieces into other languages of the world, allocating grants for these purposes.

The Foundation together with the UNESCO Permanent Mission in Uzbekistan began work on translating the novel of the famous Uzbek writer Abdulla Qodiriy ‘The Past Days’ into English and French.

This work is recognized as a masterpiece of Uzbek literature of the twentieth century. Although almost a century has passed since the day of writing the novel, it is still one of the most read works in Uzbek literature.

The novel ‘The Past Days’ is the national spiritual heritage of Uzbekistan, and probably will find its admirers among foreign readers.

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