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Vladimir Emelianenko Guzel Yakhina. Photo credit: literaturno.com Guzel Yakhina has gained international fame and appreciation with Zuleikha Opens Her Eyes and The Children of Mine, her two books translated into 31 languages, as well as with the Big Book literary prize and Book of the Year award. The writer told Russkiy Mir about the choice between screenwriting and literature, her attitude to criticism and scandals, as well as her understanding of the historical novel in general. – Have you heard of being compared to J.K. Rowling? She also could not publish the Harry Potter series for a long time,...

16.12.2020
Rubric: Interview
Subject: Culture

Julia Goryacheva Nikita Lobanov-Rostovsky (UK) is one of the most renowned and active representatives of the old Russian emigrant community, co-founder of the International Council of Russian Compatriots (ICRC), Russian art collector and philanthropist. He told the Russkiy Mir about the history of his family that had left Soviet Russia in 1919 and his public activities. Nikita Lobanov-Rostovsky – Rurikovich at the turning-point of times is a book published this year for your 85th birthday. What does it mean for you today to be a descendant of Rurik, the founder of Russia? – Despite the fact...

17.11.2020
Rubric: Articles
Subject: Culture

Sergey Vinogradov Russian Museum. Photo credit: artchive.ru The Russian Museum has perhaps the most extensive experience in establishing the online museum space in Russia. We talked on peculiar features of this work with Olga Babina, Deputy Director of the Russian Museum for Registration, Preservation and Restoration of Museum Values and one of the speakers at the 14th Assembly of the Russkiy Mir. Representatives of leading Russia’s universities and museums, as well as experts and Russian compatriots from Sweden, Argentina and Australia will also take part in the discussion. This St. Petersburg...

10.11.2020
Rubric: Articles
Subject: Culture

Sergey Vinogradov November is the month of Fyodor Dostoevsky. Admirers of his work globally celebrate the 199th anniversary of the Russian classic’s birth and the 140th anniversary of The Brothers Karamazov, his last novel that a lot of people consider to be the writer’s best work. One of the panel discussions at the 14th Assembly of the Russkiy Mir is be dedicated to the modern readers’ perception of Dostoevsky's work and features of his poetic manner, which turned his works into immortal classics. On November 3, scholars, representatives of the writer's museums and the International Dostoevsky Society, member of...

03.11.2020
Rubric: Interview
Subject: Culture

Tamara Skok 150 years ago, on October 22, 1870, Ivan Bunin was born. He was a Russian poet and prose writer, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, honorary member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, emigrant and one of the most sophisticated and unbiased witnesses of his turbulent time. “Damned Mongols…” The memories that Bunin left of his contemporaries, fellow writers, are not the brightest ones because he approached them with strict creative and human standards. His views became even more rigorous when the Cursed Days began in the history of Russia. There are monstrous...

27.10.2020
Rubric: Articles
Subject: Culture

<div style="text-align: justify;">   <p> <font size="4">Sergey Vinogradov</font></p>   <p><i>The Hollywood has seen a lot of celebrities with Russian names – Kirk Douglas, a Hollywood legend and star of Spartacus, was born as Issur Danielovitch, and Oscar-winning Helen Mirren is delighted to be called Elena Vasilievna. The one might think that Yul Brynner, a star of The King and I, spent his whole life trying to forget that he had been born in Vladivostok as Yuliy Borisovich Briner, though, according to the eyewitnesses, he spoke fluent Russian until...

15.07.2020
Rubric: Articles
Subject: Culture

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