Sergei Sokurov

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Sergei Sokurov (Russian: Сергей Анатольевич Сокуров, born 9 April 1940) is a Russian writer and journalist.

Sergei Sokurov
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BornSergey Anatolyevich Sokurov
(1940-04-09) 9 April 1940 (age 81)
Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Occupationwriter, novelist, journalist
LanguageRussian
Period1975 – present
Notable worksBlack hussar (novel)
Children2

Sergey Anatolyevich Sokurov was born in Siberia on 9 of April in 1940, his parents were teachers. He graduated from the Lvov State University, 30 years worked as a geologist in the Carpathian region.[1] At the same time he wrote works of fiction, poetry and journalism, which were included in 29 of his books published in Lviv and Moscow in 1975 – 2019. The main of them are “Stone Sea”, “Sign of the pure sun”,[2] “Black hussar”,[3] “Istoriada”.

His works also were published in the newspapers “Izvestia”, “Literary newspaper”, “Soviet culture”, “The New Medical Gazette” and in magazines “Young Naturalist”, “Chemistry and life”, “Bratina”.

Sokurov is a member of the Union of Russian writers. He was the founder of the Russian society named after A. Pushkin in the Carpathians, the Russian cultural center in Lviv.[4]
Now Sokurov lives near Moscow.

References[change | change source]

  1. Дрогобицький коледж нафти і газу. — Отзыв: Сергей Сокуров, 23.04.2013
  2. Сокуров С.А. Знак чистого солнца. Повести и рассказы. Lviv: "Каменяр", 1990
  3. Сокуров С.А. Чёрный гусар и его потомки. Moscow: "Наукоград", 2016 ISBN 978-5-91325-093-3
  4. "Русское общество им. А.С. Пушкина".

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