Most Translated Books In the World

Esteemed Readers, yesterday while preparing my post about Milorad Pavic, I discovered this curious world map of the most translated books in the world. (The original link belongs to Milorad Pavic’s Official Web Site). Have a look! And to those of you who are great writers of our digital days I wish to join the party:–lp

Long Live the Good Literature!

PS: The source:

Maria KethuProfumo


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27 Responses to Most Translated Books In the World

  1. A great list, Maria. I see none of my books are on the list. Well none of them have been translated so what wouldI expect. 😊

  2. Fascinating, Maria! I didn’t expect to see Guyana on the list. How interesting that The Little Prince (France) topped the list with over 382 translations.

    • kethuprofumo says:

      Thank you, dear Rosaliene. It has been a great discovery for me. There are so many interesting books yet unknown & so many authors, especially in Africa & in Asia, I have never heard about.

  3. Very interesting!!! I’ll a look

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