The Minerva Group, Inc., Sep 1, 2001 - Literary Criticism - 116 pages
An overview of the history of literature of Georgia (the book was written in 1968 when Georgia was in the USSR'called Georgia S.S.R.) from the 5th century to Georgian Soviet era. Authors discussed include Chakhrukhadze, Rustaveli, Teymuraz, Guramishvili, Chavchavadze and Javakhishvili.
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