International Recognition of Nizami’s Work: A Bibliography

  • Kamran Talattof

Abstract

The following bibliography includes the translations, criticisms, manuscripts, miniatures, and illustrations related to the work of Nizami Ganjavi. It includes information in Russian, Azeri, German, Persian, and a few other languages. This bibliography is by no means complete. It excludes bibliographic entries for Nizami in the remaining languages and the citation of articles is not extensive. It does, however, illustrate a few important points. The translation of Nizami’s poetry into many Western and non-Western languages and the number of scholarly works on the subject published in these languages attest to his significance in the tradition of Persian poetry.

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Related Works from Russia, Azerbaijan, and Other Former Soviet Republics

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