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12 Jan German author Bernhard Schlink is best known for his international bestseller " The Reader." His new novel, "Olga," touches on Germany's history throughout the 20th century. 22 Jan After such a sensation more than 20 years ago with the world best-selling novel " The Reader," can an author even think about writing a new book? To the joy of his fans, Berlin author Bernhard Schlink, 73, has not let himself be intimidated by the pressure to succeed, and so every few years he has come out. A Novel Paperback – October 2, by Olga Slavnikova (Author), Marian Schwartz (Translator) Strange things are happening in the rugged Riphean Mountains in this rambunctious novel of Russian society years after the revolution, winner of the Russian Booker Prize.
A Novel [Olga Slavnikova, Marian Schwartz] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Winner of the Russian Booker Prize, a sensational novel of Russia set exactly years after the revolution In the year in Russia-exactly years after the revolution-poets and writers are obsolete. Olga Grushin is the author of the novels Forty Rooms, The Line (published in the UK as The Concert Ticket), and The Dream Life of Sukhanov, as well as short stories, literary criticism, essays, and other works. Grushin's fiction and nonfiction have appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Granta, The. Olga Alexandrovna Slavnikova is a Russian novelist and literary critic. She was awarded the Russian Booker Prize for her novel Contents. [hide]. 1 Biography; 2 Works; 3 English translations; 4 References. Biography. Olga Slavnikova was born and grew up in Yekaterinburg. She graduated from the Faculty.
Olga Tokarczuk is one of the most critically acclaimed and commercially successful Polish writers of her generation, particularly noted for the hallmark mythical tone of her writing. She trained as a psychologist at the University of Warsaw. She has published a collection of poems, several novels, as well as other books with. 10 Mar LAST week at Cambridge University, a bestselling novelist discussed a page book that no one can yet read in English. Published in , “Ksiegi Jakubowe” ( “The Books of Jacob”) tells the story of a cultist Jewish figure, Jacob Frank, in 18th-century Poland. Its author, year-old Olga Tokarczuk. 3 Jun One of the fragment-chapters in this fascinating novel of fragments tells of a man who takes a particular book on his travels: a short one by the French-Romanian philosopher Emil Cioran. He feels that European hotels would do well to replace the obligatory Bible with Cioran, because the Bible was no use.