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Michail Aleksandrovich Sholokhov

1964 Nobel Prize Literature Winner
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Bearing witness: why you should read Svetlana Alexievich

The Calvert Journal
Other than Mikhail Sholokhov, the only state-sanctioned novelist to have won the prize, in 1965, Russian-language Nobel laureates have invariably been controversial choices in the Russian-speaking world. Alexievich is no exception, and her consecration ...

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General Fiction

The New Indian Express
The title may remind you of Mikhail Sholokhov's And Quiet Flows the Don, but the similarity ends there except for the fact that Yugoslavia was part of the Soviet Union before its tragic severance. Šehić, a Bosnian poet and writer, left veterinary ...

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Would you have read 'The Great Gatsby' if it was titled 'The High-Bouncing Lover'?

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Take And Quiet Flows the Don, the four volume epic by Mikhail Sholokhov. The title, a plaintive rhapsody, evokes a slow-winding song like the river and the interminability of sorrow, lost or only partly discernible in earlier translations titled, Quiet ...

1965 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Michail Aleksandrovich Sholokhov News

Quiet Flows the Una by Faruk Šehić review – 'a major contribution to war literature'

The Guardian
Despite the titular reference to Mikhail Sholokhov's Soviet epic And Quiet Flows the Don, and the riverine echo of an expansive mid-20th century Yugoslav novel, The Bridge Over the Drina by Ivo Andrić, Šehić's compressed, hypnotic intensity is closest ...

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