Leyla Aliyeva’s book of poems published in Ankara VIDEO

Baku, October 15, AZERTAC

A Turkish version of the book of poems “You are like a flame” by Vice-President of the Heydar Aliyev Foundation, poetess Leyla Aliyeva has been published in Ankara, Turkey.

The book was published by the Eurasian Writers Union as part of the "Promoting Azerbaijani literature” project” led by founder of Kaspi Education Company, PhD Sona Valiyeva.

The editor of the book is head of AZERTAC’s Turkey bureau, PhD in Political Sciences Sabir Shakhtakhti. The poems were translated into the Anatolian Turkish by famous translator and writer Matin Yildirim.

“Leyla Aliyeva demonstrates special sensitivity to natural phenomena both in her paintings and poetry, creating a subtle harmony between her realistic approach to life and rich imagination. The sensitive themes chosen by poetess and her literary imagination delve deep into her readers' hearts,” the foreword to the book of poems says.

"You are like a flame" is the book where most of Leyla Aliyeva’s poems are collected. This book of poems presented for the first time to the Turkish public, will draw the poetry lovers, as well as composers and readers’ attentions in the brotherly country Turkey.

The book of poems "“The World Dissolves like a Dream..." by Leyla Aliyeva was printed in Azerbaijani, Farsi, Uzbek and English. The book "If the stars aligned in the sky" that was published in Russian and Belarusian earned her great admiration of a wide range of readers. Moreover, the poems by the poetess called "God, give me strength", "Elegy", "You are not alone", "Love and hatred", "I was blinded", "My poem", "People", "Don’t go away", "Baku" etc. were presented to readers not only through the pages of the above-mentioned books, but also published in literary magazines and newspapers in various countries.

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