The Lasting Legacy Of Central Asia’s Writers: The Soviet Era (Part 2)

For centuries, the majority of Central Asia’s people were illiterate. That changed during the 20th century, when written texts were made accessible to the masses. But it also necessitated the development of alphabets and the codification of languages. Regional authors were to play a key role in the process. (The views expressed in this blog post do not necessarily reflect those of RFE/RL.)


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