Sin

Zakhar Prilepin

Sin
ISBN: 9781909156258
Format: 203mm x 127mm
Paperback, 256 pages
Publication date: 1st April 2012
Paperback: €20.15
Hardback: €26.95
Kindle: €9.95
EPUB: €9.95
PDF: €9.95

Rating: 5 / 5 stars - 5 vote(s).


Category: Literature, Literatuur, Novels, Romans, Russian books, Russische boeken
Level: Russian Literature, Russische Literatuur

Zakhar Prilepin

Zakhar Prilepin was born near Ryazan in 1975. Prilepin had a varied life before dedicating himself to writing, spending time as a student, as a labourer, as a journalist and as a soldier, serving with the Special Forces in Chechnya. More recently Prilepin has come to the public attention not only as one of the best writers of his generation, but as a committed, and often controversial, political activist on behalf of the ‘Other Russia’ coalition. Prilepin lives in Nizhny Novgorod where he is the regional editor of independent newspaper Novaya Gazeta. His website is one of the most popular author's sites in Russia. 

Prilepin's combination of lucid prose and social consciousness has made him one of the most popular and acclaimed writers in Russia today and drawn comparisons with the Russian classics. His novel Sankya, which draws on his own experiences to depict life among young political extremists, was shortlisted for the Russian Booker in 2007, when it also won the Yasnaya Polyana Award and the Best Foreign Novel of the Year Award in China. Prilepin's works have been translated into numerous foreign languages; regrettably, English-speaking readers have as yet had to content themselves with a handful of short stories.

Awards

The Super Natsbest Prize 2011
The National Bestseller Prize 2008
Alexander Nevsky Award “The True Sons of Russia” 2007
The Russian Booker Prize 2006

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Publication Details:

Binding:  Paperback , 256 pages
ISBN: 9781909156258
Format: 203mm x 127mm

Binding:  Hardback , 256 pages
ISBN: 9781909156265
Format: 203mm x 127mm

Binding:  Kindle
ISBN: 9781909156289
Format: Kindle

Binding:  EPUB
ISBN: 9781909156272
Format: EPUB

Binding:  PDF
ISBN: 9781909156456
Format: PDF

BIC Code: 2AGR, FYT
Imprint: Glagoslav


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