Lev Anninsky

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Lev Anninsky
Lev Anninsky in 2010
Lev Anninsky in 2010
BornLev Alexandrovich Anninsky
(1934-04-07)7 April 1934
Rostov-on-Don, USSR
Died6 November 2019(2019-11-06) (aged 85)
Moscow, Russia

Lev Alexandrovich Anninsky (Russian: Лев Александрович Аннинский, 7 April 1934 – 6 November 2019) was a Soviet and Russian literary critic, historian, publicist, essayist and author of more than 30 books.[1][2]

The 1970s saw the publication of several books by Anninsky, among them Betrothed to the Idea (on Nikolai Ostrovsky’s How the Steel Was Tempered, 1971) and Vasily Shukshin (1976). Anninsky's books of the 1980s included The Leo Hunters (Lev Tolstoy in cinema), 1980, 1989; Leskovian Necklace (1982, 1885), Contacts (1982), Branches Full of Sunlight (a study on Lithuanian photography, 1984), Nikolai Gubenko (1986) and The Three Heretics (1988).[2]

Anninsky died on 6 November 2019 in Moscow at the age of 85.[3]

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  1. "Лев Александрович Аннинский". www.peoples.ru. Retrieved 2012-03-01.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Лев Аннинский". The Magazine Hall Dictionary. Russua: the World of Literature. Retrieved 2012-03-01.
  3. "Умер литературовед Лев Аннинский". Izvestiya (in Russian). 2019-11-06.

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