‘The Little Prince’ Published in Western and Hamshen Armenian



ISTANBUL (ArmRadio)—The Istanbul-based Aras Publishing House has released the classic 20th century novel The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry translated into Western Armenian and Hamshen Armenian, CNN Turk reports.

Being the most translated book from the French language, it was translated into Western Armenian by Luiz Bakar, a long-time Spokesperson for the Armenian Patriarchate of Turkey.

The text has been translated into Hamshen Armenian by Mahir Özkan, editor at the “Gor” magazine.

The Hamshen Armenian translation has been published in Latin script.

The books released on May 18 will be available to readers in June.








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