The Story of Joseph: Kyssa'i Yusuf
The Story of Joseph, the only surviving work by the founder of Bulgar-Tatar literature Kul Gali, is rendered into English for the first time in its entirety by Fred Beake and Ravil Bukharaev. Supporting the annotated translation are forty specially commissioned illustrations by one of Russia’s leading contemporary artists Azat Minnekaev.
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