One more book gets published about Adygean writers

Nalchik/Agency Caucasus – The Caucasians have now the chance to read more about Adygean writers and their works after Abite Vladimir from the Republic of Kabardino-Balkaria has published her book ‘The Adygean Writers.’


Apart from Pash’e Bechmirze, Shocentsiku Ali, Hahupash’e Amirhan, Abiku Halid, Dishech Mohammed, Cherashe Tembot and Wuahte Abdullah as fundamental authors of the Adygean literature, Vladimir put information in her book about the following list of names as people who contributed a lot to the historical, cultural and literary studies of Adygea as well:

Teune Hachim, Chishoko Alim, Shortan Askerbi, Shocentsiku Ali, Kardengush Ziramuk, Jane Kirimze, Kuash Betal, Nalo Zaur, Nalo Ahmedhan, Thagazit Zubeyr, Utij Boris, Kargirmes Boris, Mafedz Serebiy, Kardan Bube, Yelgar Kashif.

Abite Vladimir benefited largely from the works of Abaze Albech, professor at the State University of Kabardino-Balkaria Republic, Bechij Leyla, Hupsiroko Hizir and Baku Hanceri. ADGPSL/ÖZ/FT   

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