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Dachnai͡a︡ mestnostʹ. Published 1999 by Fond Russkoĭ poėzii in Sankt-Peterburg. There's no description for this book yet. Zhiznʹ v vetrenui͡u︡ pogodu. Posleslovie: Razgovor s knigoizdatelem.
Andrei Georgiyevich Bitov (Russian: Андре́й Гео́ргиевич Би́тов, Leningrad, 27 May 1937 – Moscow, 3 December 2018) was a prominent Russian writer of Circassian ancestry. His father was an architect and his mother was a lawyer. He completed his secondary education in 1954 and began writing two years later. In 1957, he became a student at the Leningrad Mining Institute. While there, he joined a literary association for young writers led by Gleb Semyonov
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The book is gloomy – but worth reading to understand the genesis of the Russian revolution (in which Gorky is destined to become the Bolsheviks’ most prominent writer). 6. Doctor Zhivago, Boris Pasternak (1957). Poet and novelist Boris Pasternak tells the story of the life of a fair and reasonable man struggling to live and survive the hell of the wars and revolutions of the early 20th century. The protagonist, Doctor Yuri Zhivago, repeatedly loses everything but his dignity and Christian kindness.
A flawed and groping book - a book whose writer is obviously uncomfortable with his coat of fictional convention, and . At the same time, Bitov is careful to execute his more straightforward passages with conviction.
A flawed and groping book - a book whose writer is obviously uncomfortable with his coat of fictional convention, and has added some patches. So there are 100 pages of explanatory notes, an essay on Russian literature delivered within the narrative, and various other sions.