A Georgian Reader: (with Texts, Translation and Vocabulary)

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B. G. Hewitt
Psychology Press, 1996 - Literary Collections - 379 pages
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"This Reader is quite simply designed to meet the requirements of those who, having grappled with the intricacies of Georgian grammar by following a course such as that available as of 1996 in my Georgian: A Learner's Grammar (Routledge), need to practice and extend their newly acquired knowledge by familiarising themselves with some original Georgian writing. To facilitate the learner's greater understanding of the Georgian, the source-text is presented here in parallel with the translation and followed by a list of pertinent vocabulary."--P. ix.
 

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Contents

Vazha Pshavela The RoeDeer Fawns Tale
20
Davit Kldiashvili Misfortune
36
Vazha Pshavela Natures Songsters
54
Sergo Kldiashvili Khalde
74
Sergo Kldiashvili Ushguli
96
Davit Kldiashvili Darispans Great Trouble
112
Sergi Makalatia Folk Traditions in Tusheti
130
Besarion Nizharadze Lintural
150
Gocha Abutidze Racha is in Crisis
166
Vazha Pshavela The Mousetrap
190
Tedo Sakhokia Aspects ofMingrelian Culture
220
Iakob Gogebashvili Ossetia
246
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