1. The full version of the Slavs and Tatars edition of "Molla Nəsrəddin" can be accessed at the publisher's website [Note: PDF file, 19 MB]: http://www.slavsandtatars.com/MOLLA.pdf
2. While “Molla Nəsrəddin” had a broad readership all across the Middle East and Central Asia, most of the authors and artists who contributed their work were Azerbaijani writers and artists - Cəlil Məmmədquluzadə (the editor and author), Mirzə Ələkbər Sabir, Əzim Əzimzadə (cartoonist), Ömər Faiq Nemanzadə, Əbdürrəhim bəy Haqverdiyev, Məmməd Səid Ordubadi and others. Here is a short scene showing some of these figures at work and Mirzə Ələkbər Sabir reciting one of his poems: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tk3_2TXszoE&feature=youtu.be&t=48m [Film: “O olmasın, bu olsun”, Baku, 1956].
~ Farid Guliyev
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