Fazil Iskander himself called himself a Russian writer who glorified . The first book by Fazil Iskander, a collection of poems "Mountain Trails", was published in Sukhum in 1957.
Fazil Iskander himself called himself a Russian writer who glorified Abkhazia - it is here that his characters live, be it the famous Sandro or the boy Chik, here the events of all his most famous works took place. Fazil Iskander (in the middle) with brother and sister, 1930s.
by Fazil Iskander (Author), S. Brownsberger (Translator).
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Fazil Iskander - pisatel s potrjasajuschim, zhivitelnym i tselitelnym chuvstvom jumora, ottogo mir ego prozy podoben ujutnomu obzhitomu domu, iz kotorogo tak trudno ukhodit i vsegda khochetsja vernutsja obratno s zasnezhennykh i dozhdlivykh iskorezhennykh ulits sovremennoj tsivilizatsii
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Sandro Iz Chegema : Sandro from Chegem. By (author) Fazil Iskander. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.
Fazil Iskander, one of the giants of Soviet and modern Russian literature . That is why Sandro is a book about modernity but also a book about the childhood of humanity
Fazil Iskander, one of the giants of Soviet and modern Russian literature, died at the age of 87 on July 31, 2016. It celebrates the traditional Abkhazian lifestyle and captures the poetry of a patriarchal society. That is why Sandro is a book about modernity but also a book about the childhood of humanity. I think this combination generates a feeling of truth and a feeling of a harmonious closure that every human being longs for. 3. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature.
Translation of: Sandro iz Chegema. Continues: Sandro of Chegem. 1st ed. External-identifier. urn:acs6:ka:pdf:97a-f1cb5f631cfa urn:acs6:ka:epub:84c-ec7e25b4c7e2 urn:oclc:record:1035310599. Duke University Libraries.