Lyudmila Petrushevskaja: Ekaterina Tsvetkova / Globallookpress.com
Published a list of the major Russian writers of the decade, according to the poet, writer and journalist Dmitry Bykov. About it reports TV channel “Rain”.
First on the list was Lyudmila Petrushevskaya. According to Bykov, in her work “attention to humiliating detail, disease, and deformities are intricately combined with a child’s pure sentimentality and gentle humor.”
The list also included Lyudmila Ulitskaya, Vladimir Sorokin, Victor Pelevin, Mikhail Weller, Boris Akunin, Alexei Ivanov, Evgeny Vodolazkin and Ksenia Buksha. In addition, Bulls, and added his name, noting that “considers itself to be a feasible successor Strugatsky and Trifonova, although very different from both.” His main works, the writer considers the poem in prose “ZHD” and an autobiographical novel, a passage to the Quarter.
In March, the portal LiveLib announced the most popular writer of the decade. It was the British J. K. Rowling, who wrote a series of books about wizard Harry Potter. Second place was taken by Agatha Christie, author of detective stories of Hercule Poirot. Three was closed by Svetlana Martynchik, whose books are released under the pseudonym of Max fry.
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