Cankurd

Cankurd

Cankurd, (Meydank, Siria 1948- ), poeta y escritor kurdo.

Completó sus estudios en Afrin y Halab. Por su activismo político lo encarcelaron varias veces y huyó de Siria a Alemania en 1979. Escribe en kurdo, árabe y alemán y ha traducido al kurdo obras de Shakespeare y Daphne du Maurier,[1] y los poemas del poeta árabe Nizar Qabbani al kurdo.[2]

Contenido

Libros

  • Gundê Dîna, Helwest Publishers, Suecia, (ISBN 91-89224-09-4/9189224094=.
  • Selahdînê Eyûbî: Kurdekî Cîhan Hejand, Helwest-Çanda Nûjen Publishers, Spånga, Suecia, 2000. (ISBN 91-89224-05-1/9189224051).
  • Alexander Jaba (Berhevoka çêrokên kurmancî), Helwest Publishers, Spånga, 2000.
  • Dilopeka xwîna dila, Poem.
  • Bazirganê Vênîsiya, Traducción del El mercader de Venecia de Shakespeare.

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