Kamal Abdulla’s novel presented in Italy

By: Amina Nazarli

The Incomplete Manuscript, a novel by Azerbaijani writer Kamal Abdulla, has come out in Italian language.

The presentation ceremony of the book was co-organized by Salesian Pontifical University and Sandro Teti Publishing House in Rome AzerTag state news agency reported.

Kamal Abdulla, Azerbaijani Ambassador to Italy Vagif Sadigov, professors at Salesian Pontifical University, Italian book lovers and public figures attended the event.

Rector of Salesian Pontifical University Carlo Nanni said the book will establish new links between Italian and Azerbaijani people.

Director of Sandro Teti Publishing House Sandro Teti highlighted Kamal Abdulla`s works, and hailed his contribution to the development of multiculturalism.

Kamal Abdulla, in turn, said he was proud to have his book come out in Italian language.

The novel is narrating the imaginary life of medieval icons. When a young researcher accidentally comes across a manuscript in the Manuscripts Institute, he discovers the unexpected but well-known epic Kitabi Dada Korkud, combined with the history of Azerbaijani shah and poet Shah Ismail’s life set in an entirely new interpretation. This stunning novel turns into a game of literary fiction that has already thrilled readers around the world.

The novel has been published in English, French, Turkish, Russian, Polish, Arabic, and Portuguese.