Mikhail Shishkin (writer)

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Mikhail Shishkin (2010)

Mikhail Shishkin (born 1961) is Russian writer.[1] He won the Russian Booker Prize (2000), the Russian National Bestseller (2005), and Big Book Prize (2010). His books have been translated into 30 languages.[2] He also writes in German.

Early life: Shishkin was born on 18 January 1961 in Moscow to Irina Georgievna Shishkina, a Russian literature teacher, and Pavel Mikhailovich Shishkin, an engineer constructor.

He was a student of English and German; He worked as teacher (of foreign languages) in Moskva; He moved to Switzerland in 1995.[3]

He writes novels. He also writes in German.

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  1. https://www.aftenposten.no/meninger/debatt/i/EagRWG/paa-vegne-av-russland-og-mitt-folk-oensker-jeg-aa-be-ukrainerne-om-tilgiv. Aftenposten
  2. "Shishkin´s Literary Agency". Archived from the original on 2022-03-02. Retrieved 2022-03-02.
  3. Lunde, Ingunn (2023-04-21). "Mikhail Sjisjkin". Store norske leksikon (in Norwegian). Retrieved 2023-04-21.