X - Halima Xudoyberdiyeva

Posted by Claudia Moser on 7:00 AM in ,

Halima Xudoyberdiyeva (born May 17, 1947) is a noted Uzbek poet whose themes at different times of her career have dealt with Uzbek nationhood and history, liberation movements, and feminism. She has been awarded the title People's Poet of Uzbekistan.
A hard X letter, how did you manage?
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Congratulations on finding an author with the letter 'X'! I didn't quite, but I worked my way around it anyway. Love how yours have all been women!
Kathy at Oak Lawn Images

Anonymous says:

I am so impressed that you found an X woman author!

I am loving this challenge you have done so well and I have learnt about lots of authors.

Definitely never heard of her it is great that my eyes are being opened to new people

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