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Russian Literary Awards

Resources related to major contemporary Russian literary awards.

2004

      

     Vladisláv Olégovich Otroshénko (1959 — )

 

       for Delo ob inzhenerskom gorode,

      Znamia, 2004, № 12

 

 

 

 

 

 *Sukhovo-Kobylin. M.: Molodaia gvardiia, 2014 (Zhizn' zamechatel'nykh liudei). — 299 p.

Gogoliana i drugie istorii. M.: Izdatel'stvo Ol'gi Morozovoi, 2013. — 400 p.

*Vedi menia, slepets : roman-rassledovanie o sud'be i ugolovnom dele Sukhovo-Kobylina. M.: Kul'turnaia revoliutsiia, 2007. — 285 p.

Prilozhenie k fotoal'bomu. M.: Vremia, 2007. — 256 p.

*Tainaia istoriia tvorenii : kniga esse-novell. M.: Kul'turnaia revoliutsiia, 2005. — 177 p.

Persona vne dostovernosti. SPb.: Limbus Press, 2000. — 256 p.

Vladislav Otroshenko. Delo ob inzhenerskom gorode. Znamia, 2004, № 12

Marina Palei. Khutor. Novyi mir, 2004, № 9

Igor' Savel'ev. Blednyi gorod. Novyi mir, 2004, № 12

Oleg Khafizov. Polet “Rossii”. Novyi mir, 2004, № 10

Figl'-Migl'Krazha molitvennogo kovrika. Zvezda, 2004, № 6