Ebene News – These novels by Russian authors published in French in 2020

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While many important cultural events have been sacrificed on the altar of the pandemic in 2020, reading was probably an escape route for many people Sputnik offers you a selection of some Russian works published in this year ending in France

In the face of the turbulent events attributed to the past year, culture was also impacted. However, the books aroused a heightened interest given the time spent in isolation

Here is a list of some works from the pen of Russian authors published in 2020 in French

It was in 2015 that the French reader discovered the medievalist Evgueni Vodolazkine, holder of multiple literary awards, following the publication by Syrtes editions of his novel “Quatre vies d’Arsénie” (life of contemporary saints). philosophical written in Russian and Old Russian in the form of a monologue

In 2020, his novel “Brisbane” was published in France This autobiographical work tells the life of a guitarist renowned in the four corners of the world who must find another way in the face of Parkinson’s disease Following the proposal of a writer to write his biography, the musician immersed himself in his memories

In this symphonic novel, key notions such as music, love and the power of speech resonate The Australian city of Brisbane becomes the symbol of a dream paradise and the link between the reflections of the author

The literary re-entry of Éditions des Syrtes: 💊 LES PETROV, LA FLU, ETC by Alexeï Salnikov (translated from Russian by Véronique Patte) &🎵 BRISBANE, the new novel by Evguéni Vodolazkine (translated from Russian by AM Tatsis- Botton) #rentreelitteraire picTwittercom / 60uvNXnv1A

The third novel by writer Alexei Salnikov “The Petrovs, the flu, etc.»Released in 2016 was received very differently, but brought to its author the national Best-seller award In August 2020, the novel, translated into French, was published by Editions Syrtes

Salnikov tells the story of a few days from the life of an ordinary Russian family of the mechanic Petrov where all contract the flu The events of the novel that unfold afterwards, as well as the memories of the main character, can be seen like the delirium of a feverish person and locating oneself in a state of intoxication We therefore find two levels of narration, one anchored in reality and the second, illusory, full of allusions to ancient myths

The novel by Salnikov, holder and finalist of several literary prizes, has also been adapted for film by director Kirill Serebrennikov, who is among other things Commander of the Order of Arts and Letters of the French Republic

The collection of stories and essays “Le Manteau à martingale” by Mikhaïl Shishkine was released in 2020 in French by Éditions Noir Sur Blanc

In the pages of this autobiographical work, the Basel inhabitant from Moscow Mikhail Shishkin reflects on his childhood and youth in the USSR, as well as on his life in Switzerland As a narrator, he also comments on the life of some writers , including Vladimir Nabokov and Robert Walser, but also reveals the differences between life in Switzerland and that in his country of origin

Author of “The Izmail Prize”, Mikhail Shishkin is also the holder of the Russian Booker Prize and the Bolshaya Kniga Prize

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Ebene News – These novels by Russian authors published in French in 2020

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