-2 C
Ljubljana
Sunday, February 5, 2023

First part of Slovenian translation of entire Arabian Nights launched

By: P.T., STA

The first part of the Slovenian translation of the complete Arabian Nights or One Thousand and One Nights from Arabic has been released, and two more parts are to follow.

The most extensive version of the canonical work has been so far translated only into a handful of languages. The publisher Maks Viktor unveiled the first part on Thursday with the second and third expected in 2022 and 2023. The translation of the first book took roughly two years.

Share

Latest news

Only voters can change things

By: Dr. Vinko Gorenak Dear viewers of Nova24TV. A month has passed, and we see each other again. There was quite a lot going on...

Whose are the city streets

By: Dr. Štefan Šumah On October 28th, 1922, the fascist march on Rome took place. The March on Rome was a protest event organised by...

The snowball is rolling: The employees of Furs now also have wage demands

By: C.R. Employees of the Financial Administration of the Republic of Slovenia (Furs) are closely following the events surrounding the expected presentation of the new...

Web Portal Insajderi: It Is Likely That Berishaj Got Involved In Slovenian Politics During The Parliamentary Elections

By: Tanja Brkić / Nova24tv The Balkans have been shaken by a financial affair involving our Prime Minister Robert Golob and the Kosovo Ambassador to...

Related news

Poet and translator Kristina Kočan wins Veronika Prize

By: P.T., STA Kristina Kočan received this year's Veronika Prize for best collection of poetry for Selišča (Settlements) at an awards ceremony at Celje Castle,...

Water Man musical raises questions about social media

By: P.T., STA A pop-rock musical will be staged at the Križanke open-air theatre tonight as a highlight of the Ljubljana Festival. Water Man, inspired by...

Photo exhibition celebrates Slovenian rivers

By: P.T., STA An exhibition honouring 19 Slovenian rivers and 29 river guardians through the lenses of 19 acclaimed photographers is opening in Kanal pri...

Slovenian makes graphic novel based on Pahor’s Necropolis

By: J.S., STA Jurij Devetak, a Slovenian from Trieste, has finalised a graphic novel based on Necropolis, the 1967 autobiographical novel by his fellow Triestine...
Share