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Russian Literary Awards

Resources related to major contemporary Russian literary awards.

2011

    Ígor' Geórgievich Vishnevétskii (1964 — )

     for Leningrad

 

     *Leningrad: povest'. M: Vremia, 2012. — 157 p.

     *Sergei Prokof'ev. M.: Molodaia gvardiia, 2009 (Seriia «Zhizn'

      zamechatel'nykh liudei»). — 701 p.

     *Vozdushnaia pochta: stikhi 1996-200. M.: NLO, 2001. — 91 p.

    Andréi Alekséevich Astvatsatúrov (1969 — )

    for Skunskamera

     http://astvatsaturov.com/ - author’s webpage

 

 

 

 

 

Skunskamera. M.: Ad Marginem, 2011. — 304 p.

Genri Miller i ego „parizhskaia trilogiia“. M.: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2010. — 344 p.

Liudi v golom. M.: Ad Marginem, 2010. — 304 p.

*Fenomenologiia teksta: igra i repressiia. M.: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2007. — 282 p.

*T. S. Eliot i ego poema «Besplodnaia zemlia». SPb: Izdatel'stvo Sankt-Peterburgskogo universiteta, 2000. — 237 p.

Andrei Astvatsaturov (Skunskamera)

Nikolai Baitov (Dumai, chto govorish')

Igor' Vishnevetskii (Leningrad)

Dmitrii Danilov (Gorizontal'noe polozhenie)

Nikolai Kononov (Flaner)

Aleksandr Markin (Dnevnik 2006-2011)

Viktor Pelevin (Ananasnaia voda dlia prekrasnoi damy)

Mariia Rybakova (Gnedich)

Mikhail Shishkin (Pis'movnik)

Irina Iasina (Istoriia bolezni)