A Collection of Uzbek Short Stories

by Mahmuda Saydumarova


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Softcover
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Hardcover
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Softcover
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/26/2012

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 108
ISBN : 9781477297223
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 108
ISBN : 9781477297216

About the Book

This book contains ten Uzbek short stories which have been translated into English. Each story is unique in its own way in that it portrays the cultural life of the Uzbek nation as well as the social and political events of Uzbekistan. These stories are translated to provide the English reader with information about Uzbekistan and its society. Some of the included stories were written by such famous writers as Abdulla Qahhar, Ghafur Ghulom, Sayed Ahmad, and Khayriddin Sultonov.


About the Author

Mahmuda Saydumarova was born in Margilan, Uzbekistan in 1990. In 1996, she began first grade at the 243rd school in Tashkent but when her father received a job offer from King Saud University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, she traveled abroad with her family. In Saudi Arabia, she attended Manarat Ar-Riyadh and Al-Meena International Schools. After finishing high school, she was accepted to King Saud University where she received her BA in English Language and Literature and graduated with first class honors. Saydumarova started her career as an English teacher at King Faisal School in Riyadh. In 2011, she was accepted to the Second Language Studies Department at Indiana University in Bloomington. She successfully completed her studies and received her MA degree in TESOL and Applied Linguistics in 2012. A Collection of Uzbek Short Stories is Mahmuda Saydumarova’s first publication of literary translation. These stories, which illustrate the Uzbek culture as well as its history and social life, have been translated to provide American readers and others who enjoy reading in English with an introduction to the Uzbek people and its culture.