Translated books

  1. Robert A. Rupen. American Mongolist. Mongols of the Twentieth Century. 2000. Translated from English.
  2. Anatol France. A Gods are thirsted. French writer, Nobel Prize Winner. Translated from Russian. First Edition,1969. Second Edition, 2009.
  3. Gabriel Garcia Marqous. Kolumbian Writer, Nobel Prise Winner. One Hundred Years of Solitud. 1989. Translated from Russian.
  4. Hemingway. The Old Man and the Sea. American writer, Nobel Prize Winner. Translated from English. 2010.
  5. Chingiz Aitmatov. Scaffold. Kirghizian writer, State Prize Winner of USSR. 1989. Translated from Russian.
  6. Alexandar Grin. Russian writer. Scarlet Sail. First Edition, 1979. Second Edition, 2009. Translated from Russian.
  7. Lev Gumilev. Russian Mongolist. Black Legend. First Edition, 1993, Second, 2007. Translated from Russian.
  8. Bassili Yan. Soviet writer, State Prize Winner of the USSR. To Last Sea. 2010.

…and many others.

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