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Russian Literary Awards

Resources related to major contemporary Russian literary awards.

2002

     

     Olég Olégovich Pávlov (1970 — )

     for Karagandinskie deviatiny

      http://www.opavlov.orc.ru/ - author’s webpage

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Karagandinskie deviatiny, ili Povest' poslednikh dnei. M.: Vremia, 2013. — 160 p.

*Dnevnik bol'nichnogo okhrannika. M.: Vremia, 2012. — 112 p.

*Kazennaia skazka. M.: Vremia, 2012. — 176 p.

Gefsimanskoe vremia. M.: Vremia, 2011. — 288 p.

Asistoliia. M.: Vremia, 2010. — 384 p.

*Stepnaia kniga. M.: Vremia, 2008. — 304 p.

V bezbozhnykh pereulkakh. M.: Vremia, 2007. — 256 p.

*Russkii chelovek v XX veke. M.: Russkii put', 2003.

*Povesti poslednikh dnei. M.: Tsentrpoligraf, 2001. — 492 p.

English translations:

Captain of the Steppe. High Wycombe, Bucks, United Kingdom: And Other Stories, 2013. — 231 p.

 

1. Oleg Pavlov (Karagandinskie deviatiny, ili Povest' poslednikh dnei)

2. Dmitrii Bortnikov (Sindrom Fritsa)

3. Sergei Gandlevskii (NRZB)

4. Aleksandr Melikhov (Liubov' k otecheskim grobam)

5. Vadim Mesiats (Lechenie elektrichestvom. Roman iz 84 fragmentov Vostoka i 74 fragmentov Zapada)

6. Vladimir Sorokin (Lёd)