Books

Books

Interview with Father

Gela Charkviani

ISBN: 978-9941-445-33-0

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 128

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2013

Cover: Soft

Price: 12.00

In 1989-1992, with the primitive equipment of the time and constant electricity cuts, Gela Charkviani managed to record nine hours of interviews with his father, Kandid Charkviani. The filming was done at home and in hospital, some of the footage was later used in the film The Georgians in and outside the Kremlin by Rustavi 2 Channel.... Read more >


Letters

Vakhtang Kotetishvili

ISBN: 978-9994-463-98-3

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 576

Format: 17x24

Published: 2016

Cover: Soft

Price: 25.00

The book published to commemorate the 80th anniversary of his death offers a fresh insight into the life and academic achievements of Vakhtang Kotetishvili, the critic who introduced new aesthetics, firmly believing that it was possible to harmoniously blend national and social issues. The publication includes the letters that... Read more >


Driver’s Friend

Goga Gagnidze

ISBN: 978-9941-463-91-4

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 184

Format: 12x176

Published: 2016

Cover: Soft

Price: 11.00

What every driver must know   The same, seemingly familiar routes we take every day might be very different depending on the weather conditions, traffic and other drivers, which means even if we know our way, roads must be treated as new every time we drive. The book will help to make correct decisions, remember the... Read more >


Translation and the Original

Levan Bregadze

ISBN: 978-9941-445-65-1

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 332

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2014

Cover: Soft

Price: 10.40

The book is extremely significant primarily because it is written by a professional translator and literary critic. Also, it is very seldom that a writer’s interests and experience so fully and naturally coincide with each other, moreover, are presented in a manner that will appeal to a wide range of... Read more >


I am Paolo

Nino Chkhikvishvili

ISBN: 978-9941-463-75-4

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 152

Format: A5

Published: 2018

Cover: Soft

Price: 10.00

A novel-mystification by Nino Chkhikvishvili is the first attempt to interpret the life and the tragic death of Paolo Iashvili. The novel is a unique combination of written record and fiction.   “Let everyone hear: We will destroy the crowns shining on our heads once we witness the first spark of our fire die out... Read more >


Literary (Re)Search

Levan Bregadze

ISBN: 978-9941-421-37-2

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 290

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2011

Cover: Soft

Price: 9.00

The new book by the well-known critic comprises a number of articles written in 2011, thus are published for the first time, while readers might have seen others in the periodicals. The articles mainly deal with the focal points of literature, critical essays about past and modern-day writers, providing critical analysis of their... Read more >


Beria

Mitropane Kuchava

ISBN: 978-9941-421-81-5

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 118

Format: 12.5x17

Published: 2012

Cover: Soft

Price: 4.00

The author was the only Georgian judge during Lavrenti Beria’s trial. The book shows all aspects of the state system under which Beria could have become what he is known... Read more >


Nargiza

Gela Charkviani

ISBN: 978-9941-445-40-8

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 74

Format: 17x17

Published: 2013

Cover: Soft

Price: 12.00

A musical drama in two acts   The musical piece was written in the spring of 1974 following a wager or rather an overconfident promise. It was first performed on 1 March on Gela Charkviani’s birthday and then on the same date in 1976. By then the plot had undergone several changes.   In 2006... Read more >


Manana Anua – 52 Days of Imprisonment

Shorena Lebanidze

ISBN: 978-9941-463-09-9

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 226

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2015

Cover: Soft

Price: 11.00

The documentary novel narrated by the protagonist describes the tragic events of a mixed Georgian-Abkhaz family. A deep psychological portrayal and spine-chilling stories enable readers to somehow witness the unattractive reality of the 1990s Georgian-Abkhaz conflict. However, the military and political issues only serve as a backdrop... Read more >


A Fairy Tale of a Nine-Headed Football

Giorgi Kekelidze

ISBN: 978-9941-445-89-7

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 68

Format: 12.5x17

Published: 2015

Cover: Soft

Price: 6.00

“The collection of my essays is paying tribute to my grand hobbies. One will find football, literature and countryside in them, the topics I usually write about and love. It can also be said that they are a kind of ‘left-over’ thoughts, the pebbles found on the river bed after a flood. Consequently, they are rather... Read more >


Private Letters

Konstantine Gamsakhurdia

ISBN: 978-9941-445-95-8

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 280

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2015

Cover: Soft

Price: 12.50

Time has not treated the writer’s private letters kindly: some are torn, others are so faded it is hard to read them. But still, if put in a chronological order, they present a magnificent narrative that reads like an autobiographical novel.   The book is compiled by Tiura Vashadze-Bibiluri, who also wrote the... Read more >


Stalin – a Georgian?

Giorgi Nadiradze

ISBN: 978-9941-445-14-9

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 254

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2013

Cover: Hard

Price: 9.60

The devotees and admirers of Stalin might have something in common with the dictator. The author’s aim was to present the Soviet leader’s portrait based on historical facts and reliable records. Likewise, the book is critical of those who aim at belittling Stalin’s figure and his role in modern... Read more >


Leafing Through Kaukasische Post

Levan Bregadze

ISBN: 978-99940-55-97-5

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 246

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2010

Cover: Soft

Price: 5.20

The book is a deep study of the German-language bi-monthly newspaper published in Tbilisi in 1906-1914. The focus lies in the analysis of the material referring to the Caucasus.   The publication will interest those studying Georgian-German relationships, as well as journalists, literary critics, translators, linguists... Read more >


Russian

Nugzar Zazanashvili

ISBN: 978-9941-463-79-2

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 394

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2017

Cover: Soft

Price: 22.00

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First There Was ... a Stain

Ia Antadze

ISBN: 978-9941-445-05-7

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 280

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2015

Cover: Soft

Price: 9.50

“When does one turn into a dragon? I am aware of one sure way of ‘dragonization’: when a person takes advantage of another’s trustful nature. It’s not that rare. I’ve seen it and believe I know the reason: Whether we want it or not, we perceive others as part of our immediate surroundings, while we... Read more >


Hotels of Old Tbilisi

Davit Khoshtaria

ISBN: 978-9941-421-28-0

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 138

Format: 17x24

Published: 2011

Cover: Soft

Price: 5.20

The book looks at the history of Tbilisi hotels from the 1810s to 1920s. The author not only describes specific hotels, but discusses the management issues connected to them. The material used for the book includes visitors’ records, contemporary periodicals, travelogues, archive sources, old photographs and building designs.... Read more >


Manana Anua – 52 Days of Imprisonment

Shorena Lebanidze

ISBN: 978-9941-463-42-6

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 226

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2017

Cover: Soft

Price: 0.00

The documentary novel narrated by the protagonist describes the tragic events of a mixed Georgian-Abkhaz family. A deep psychological portrayal and spine-chilling stories enable readers to somehow witness the unattractive reality of the 1990s Georgian-Abkhaz conflict. However, the military and political issues only serve as a backdrop... Read more >


House in Mid-air

Medea Zaalishvili

ISBN: 978-9941-463-62-4

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 184

Format: A5

Published: 2018

Cover: Soft

Price: 11.50

"House in Mid-air" is the first book where the author who already lives in the pages of English literature and is herself very much like the characters of those books steps out of the frames of her favorite editions and offers the reader something original, something of her own. Her cozy room full of volumes and literary... Read more >


Meetings with Stalin

Kandid Charkviani

ISBN: 978-9941-445-90-3

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 266

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2015

Cover: Soft

Price: 12.00

‘From 1938 to 1952 my father chaired the Georgian Communist Party Committee and met Stalin on a regular basis. In his memoirs he dwells on many aspects of life of the period, recounting significant episodes of meeting Stalin in person.   ‘The memoire fragments published in the book present a relatively full... Read more >


Madam Guillotin’s Lovers

Pridon Sakvarelidze

ISBN: 978-9941-463-13-6

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 98

Format: 14x18

Published: 2016

Cover: Soft

Price: 7.00

“Dear readers, like any good book, the present one has a secret of its own. It concerns the man whose name has been immortalized because he was involved with introduction of the death machine: Joseph-Ignace Guillotin, a physician and public figure. Incidentally, the author himself is a former doctor, now an MP, but as opposed to... Read more >


My Davit Kldiashvili

Maka Jokhadze

ISBN: 978-9941-421-59-4

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 234

Format: 12.5x17

Published: 2012

Cover: Soft

Price: 5.40

Much is written about Davit Kldiashvili – the great prose writer’s biography, academic studies of his work, literary essays are published regularly. Every author tries to interpret and analyze the classical writer’s legacy in their own way.   The present publication shows Maka Jokhadze’s approach:... Read more >


Irakli Parjiani and the Metaphysics of Meeting

Zaza Piralishvili

ISBN: 978-9941-445-99-6

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 66

Format: 16x19

Published: 2015

Cover: Soft

Price: 4.10

Is it colours that weave a body or is it a body that produces the alchemy of colours? Like multi-coloured wax pieces thrown into hot water, the bodies have no contours. Such an interplay and interpenetration of colours are typical at an early stage of our lives, but later they disappear under the weight of social problems that adults... Read more >


April 14

1978

ISBN: 978-9941-478-08-6

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 456

Format: A5

Published: 2018

Cover: Soft

Price: 21.90

This book tells us about the demonstrations for preserving the status of Georgian as a state language that took place in 1978 in Tbilisi and Batumi.   The book is dedicated to the 40th anniversary of abovementioned events and is mainly composed of oral narratives of the people who took part in those... Read more >


The Grass Height

Temur Chkhetiani

ISBN: 978-9941-463-87-7

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 258

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2016

Cover: Soft

Price: 6.40

Temur Chkhetiani’s poetry abounds in hidden messages: beneath the seeming simplicity there are layers and layers of deep thoughts and emotions. Never overly sentimental or tearful, his poetic images are precise and laconic, always paradoxical in their unexpectedness.... Read more >


A Puzzle, a Wheelchair and a Sock

Modern Day Stories

ISBN: 978-9941-445-92-7

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 136

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2015

Cover: Soft

Price: 8.00

The book is a collection of amazingly sincere stories that the families of autistic, cerebral palsy and Down syndrome children face in today’s Georgia. The stories are told by mothers who fight for their children’s health and rights, who strife to change the society’s attitude towards them and break the stereotypes... Read more >


Beliefs and Views of Everyday Life

Levan Bregadze

ISBN: 978-9941-421-75-4

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 192

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2012

Cover: Soft

Price: 3.70

The book is a study of beliefs and views spread in Georgia relating to everyday matters. Some of them are obsolete, while others are still popular, largely defining the existing lifestyles. The author sometimes appeals to other researchers who have collected the ethnographic material, but offers his own comments and interpretations,... Read more >


Lavrenti Beria’s Son Narrates

Raul Chilachava

ISBN: 978-9941-445-02-6

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 210

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2012

Cover: Hard

Price: 7.40

As soon as the Russian version of the book appeared in 1992, its 100,000 copies were immediately sold in the post-Soviet countries. Its Polish translation was presented in Warsaw, followed by the second, extended edition in Russian published in Nastoyashchee Vremya (Riga, Latvia), as well as Ukrainian and Lithuanian translations. The... Read more >


Pass into the Conflict Zone

Shorena Lebanidze

ISBN: 978-9941-445-58-3

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 264

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2014

Cover: Soft

Price: 12.00

The documentary novel is based on the author’s professional experience, covering a year and a half of the conflict, from the start of the Abkhazia War to the end of the civil confrontation in western Georgia.   At the time Shorena Lebanidze worked for the newspaper 7 Dghe (7 Days) as a reporter and member of the... Read more >


Stories of the Under-20 Georgian Rugby Players

U 20

ISBN: 978-9941-463-00-6

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 56

Format: 14.8x27

Published: 2015

Cover: Soft

Price: 6.70

“The national rugby team and its success is well known in Georgia, while the present publication introduces younger players, whose who play a different rugby aiming at greater international victories. The book comprises interviews with the under-20 players, which clearly demonstrates that the game is akin to chess, its slightly... Read more >


A King and a Gardener

Pridon Sakvarelidze

ISBN: 978-9941-463-71-6

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 124

Format: A5

Published: 2018

Cover: Soft

Price: 8.50

This book has two main characters – the great king of France Louis XIV so-called "Sun King" and "The gardener of the kings or the king of the gardeners" – André Le Nôtre. However besides these characters we encounter many other famous or less known persons in the book such as a... Read more >


Towards an Unknown Port

Anna Dolidze

ISBN: 978-9941-463-34-1

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 170

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2016

Cover: No Information

Price: 12.00

The publication includes articles and essays published in paper as well as the internet editions from 2006 to 2016. Most of them were written while Ana Dolidze resigned as the head of the Young Lawyers’ Association of Georgia to study in the US.   The book, which is a kind of record of the past ten years, focuses on... Read more >


One Strange Family

Christine Pagava Boulez

ISBN: 978-9941-463-48-8

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 242

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2017

Cover: Soft

Price: 10.00

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President Zviad Gamsakhurdia’s Case

Konstantine Z. Gamsakhurdia

ISBN: 978-9941-445-43-9

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 410

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2014

Cover: Hard

Price: 20.00

The publication was prepared by Konstantine Z. Gamsakhurdia, who also wrote the introduction and comments   The book contains the materials amassed by the Georgian Parliament commission studying the circumstances of the death of Zviad Gamsakhurdia, the first President of independent Georgia. The findings of the... Read more >


Remembering Davit Kldiashvili

Ivane Arjevanidze

ISBN: 978-9941-445-21-7

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 98

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2013

Cover: Soft

Price: 3.70

Prepared by Avtandil Nikoleishvili and Otar Nikoleishvili   Employed by the Red Cross, Ivane Arjevanidze served in Achara during the World War I. His job gave him the opportunity of regular meetings with Davit Kldiashvili, the master of Georgian prose. Without undue exaggeration, Ivane Arjevanidze’s memoirs are... Read more >


The Last of the Blue Horns

Nino Chkhikvishvili

ISBN: 978-9941-445-94-1

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 266

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2015

Cover: Soft

Price: 13.00

On his return from France in 1915 Paolo Iashvili gathered his symbolist friends in Kutaisi, thus establishing the Blue Horns with the aim of getting closer to European poetic form and style. In fact, that is exactly what caused the inevitable: the Communist dictatorship banned the order, even executing some of its outstanding... Read more >


The Diary

Mikheil Khergiani

ISBN: 978-9941-463-04-4

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 72

Format: 14x18

Published: 2015

Cover: Soft

Price: 10.50

Mikheil Khergiani (1932-1969) was an internationally known mountaineer, three times the USSR champion is mountain climbing. He climbed many difficult peaks in the Caucasus, Pamir and Tien Shan. He was dubbed the Mountain Tiger in England.   He started to keep a diary in 1963, recording his past achievements and current... Read more >


Works

Iona Meunargia

ISBN: 978-9941-421-01-3

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 492

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2010

Cover: Hard

Price: 18.90

The first volume of Iona Meunargia’s Works is dedicated to the significant event in Georgian history: the 1832 conspiracy, its participants and how the failed attempt against the Russian Empire affected their values and beliefs, their lives and careers. Alexandre Chavchavadze, Grigol Orbeliani, Nikoloz Baratashvili and Giorgi... Read more >


The Evolution of Book Reading

Levan Berdzenishvili

ISBN: 978-9941-463-23-5

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 200

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2016

Cover: Soft

Price: 14.00

The book is about how useful and enjoyable reading can be. There is no other skill that broadens our horizon and develops our imagination. Psychologists have proved that reading about events affects our neurological system exactly in the same way as if we were experiencing them, as well as teaching us to sympathize with... Read more >


If I Were a Football Player

Dato Turashvili

ISBN: 978-9941-445-96-5

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 186

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2015

Cover: Soft

Price: 10.80

Dato Turashvili wrote a book about football and I’d like to say a few words about how he used to play. Although Turika (Dato’s nickname) never learned how to play football professionally, he was great at it. He did learn how to play chess in childhood though, and this, of course, could happen only to Turika – having... Read more >


The Times and Dramas

Leri Alimonaki

ISBN: 978-9941-463-20-4

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 390

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2016

Cover: Soft

Price: 9.60

Essays in three volumes (Volume II)   The publication includes articles and essays written between 1965 and 2015, dealing with various aspects of Georgian literature and social life. The book will help to familiarize oneself with the difficult period of the 1990s, delve into the main trends in the poetry and prose of the... Read more >


Me and My Half of Dad

Manana Amirejibi

ISBN: 978-9941-445-35-4

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 296

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2015

Cover: Soft

Price: 11.00

The main feature of the book is that it reads as a confession. The author narrates about herself, her family, friends and acquaintances with enviable openness. But still, it is life itself that is the focus of the book. One will find no complaints about injustice and hardship, instead one will be amazed by a skillful narrator, a witty... Read more >


The Georgian Chronicle Since Revolution

Nikolo Mitsishvili

ISBN: 978-9994-055-12-8

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 182

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2006

Cover: Soft

Price: 4.00

The edition is dedicated to Nikolo Mitsishvili’s 110th anniversary. It narrates about the hard fate of the Georgians who fled their homeland after the Russian annexation. Their everyday lives, aspirations and loyalty to their ideals are described in a lively manner.   The book is richly illustrated, though the... Read more >


Stalin

Akaki Vasadze

ISBN: 978-9941-421-78-5

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 128

Format: 12.5x17

Published: 2012

Cover: Soft

Price: 4.00

Akaki Vasade’s Memories and Thoughts were published in two parts, in 1977 and 1983. He was an analytical type of actor, theatre director and public figure. His career coincided with a difficult historical period and he experienced much of what he recounted in his truthful memoirs. Among them were his meetings with Stalin, which... Read more >


February

Nikolo Mitsishvili

ISBN: 978-9994-055-00-5

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 90

Format: 12.5x17

Published: 2006

Cover: Soft

Price: 3.00

The documentary book recounts the author’s experience of the 1918-1921 events. When describing the hardest decision facing the Georgian patriots – whether to leave the country or stay and comply with the Soviet occupational regime – the writer gives a psychological analysis of the dilemma.   The book... Read more >


What Makes Us Stronger

Nika Rurua

ISBN: 978-9941-463-86-0

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 232

Format: 14x18

Published: 2016

Cover: Soft

Price: 10.00

A nation that cannot distinguish between a friend and a foe doesn’t deserve all the good that results from being free. All successful, advanced states have been built by societies with self dignity and optimism. Slaves and hypocrites never achieve anything except creating false idols, which the history eventually crashes... Read more >


It’s Me – Pirosmani

Shorena Lebanidze

ISBN: 978-9941-421-85-3

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 250

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2016

Cover: Soft

Price: 10.00

Shorena Lebanidze’s prose belongs to the genre of documentary fiction, offering a literary version of Niko Pirosmani’s life. The fact that the author based her novel on the existing material, archive sources and the memoirs of the painter’s contemporaries makes it documentary. In general, the novel looks into... Read more >


A Hundred Million Pound Sterling Far Away

Aka Morchiladze

ISBN: 978-9941-445-82-8

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 160

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2015

Cover: Soft

Price: 8.90

“I have never thought anyone would collect and then publish such football trivia, but because it happened, I decided this little book would do no harm. It can easily entertain football lovers, reminding them of the not so distant past,” Aka... Read more >


Leafing Through Le Caucase Illustré

Levan Bregadze

ISBN: 978-9941-445-16-3

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 170

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2013

Cover: Soft

Price: 6.65

The book is a deep study of the French-language magazine published in Tbilisi in 1889-1902. Largely, it is devoted to Jules Mourier, the editor and publisher of the magazine, who did his utmost to introduce the Caucasian countries and their cultures to Europe. The main focus of the book is the French-Georgian literary and cultural... Read more >


A Rainbow at Dawn

Nino Tabidze

ISBN: No Information

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 412

Format: 17x24

Published: 2016

Cover: Hard

Price: 11.20

Titsian and His Friends    Nino Tabidze (Makashvili), the widow of the outstanding poet Titsian Tabidze, began writing her memoirs in 1934 and continued well into the 1960s. Frail and aging, she sometimes dictated certain episodes to her family members. The book is extremely valuable because it deals with the highly... Read more >


Ilia in Samegrelo

Zviad Kvaratskhelia

ISBN: 978-99940-55-87-6

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 94

Format: 12.5x17

Published: 2009

Cover: Soft

Price: 3.95

The book tells about Ilia Chavchavadze’s visit to Samegrelo in 1886. In a way, it is an explanation of what the great writer said during his trip: ‘I came to Samegrelo and saw Georgia!’   In his introduction, literary critic and writer Postom Chkheidze says that any piece of documentary writing needs... Read more >


It’s Me Again! I’m Back!

Esma Oniani

ISBN: 978-9941-463-01-3

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 478

Format: 17x24

Published: 2015

Cover: Hard

Price: 15.00

The publication is a complete collection of Esma Oniani’s poetry and essays written by the outstanding writer and painter throughout her life. The book also includes all major critical articles written about her work by various authors. Such a collection enables us to familiarize better with the extraordinary creativity of the... Read more >


Private Letters

Nikoloz Baratashvili

ISBN: 978-9941-463-08-2

Category: Critical Essays on Literature-Documentary Prose

Pages: 270

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2015

Cover: Soft

Price: 14.00

The publication was prepared and commented by Maia Tsertsvadze   “Maia Tsertsvadze is one of those researchers who is not only interested in the past men of letters but actively and precisely studies every name and date mentioned in historical or literary sources. She has done a great job of unveiling many details... Read more >