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Lyudmila Ulitskaya  [ Russia ]

Lyudmila Ulitskaya, born in 1943, grew up in Moscow and, after studying biology, initially worked as a geneticist before becoming one of the most highly regarded voices in contemporary Russian literature with her screenplays, radio plays, plays, stories, and novels. Her works have been translated into over 20 languages. Among others, she has received the Aleksandr Men Prize for intercultural mediation between Russia and Germany, the Austrian State Prize, and the Siegfried Lenz Prize.

 

Reise in den siebenten Himmel

Volk und Welt

Berlin, 2001

[Ü: Ganna-Maria Braungardt]

 

Das grüne Zelt

Hanser

München, 2012

[Ü: Ganna-Maria Braungardt]

 

Jakobsleiter

Hanser

München, 2017

[Ü: Ganna-Maria Braungardt]

 

 

 

 

Даніель Штайн, перекладач

Фоліо

Харків, 2013

 

Драбина Якова

Book Chef

Львів, 2017

[Перекладач: Тамара Клюкіна]