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Vladimir Georgievich Sorokin (Russian: Владимир Георгиевич Сорокин) was born on August 7th, 1955 in the suburban town of Bykovo. In 1977 he graduated from the Moscow Institute of Oil and Gas named after Gubkin, a mechanical engineer. After graduating, Sorokin worked for the magazine "Smena", where he was fired for refusing to join the Komsomol after only working there for a year. He then turned to book illustration, painting and conceptual art, participating in many exhibitions. He has designed and illustrated 50 books. The first literary works date from the beginning of 1970 and in 1972 he made his debut as a poet in the newspaper of footage for oil. As a writer, he emerged among artists and writers of the Moscow underground 80.
In 1985, the Paris AZ Magazine published a compilation of six short stories by Sorokin. In the same year the publishing house Syntax in France released his novel "Queue". The works of Sorokin - bright samples of underground culture - in Soviet times, of course, could not be printed in his homeland, the first publication in the Soviet Union accounted for was in 1989. A publication in Riga called Spring Magazine published in their November issue several stories. A little later, the stories of Sorokin appear in Russian journals and anthologies, "The Third Modernization", "Mitin Journal", "Film Art", "End of the Century" and "Journal of modern literature."
In March 1992, Vladimir Sorokin goes to the general reader - in the magazine "Cinema Art" which published his novel "Queue", as well as publishing "Rousselet" (Moscow) - a collection of short stories by Vladimir Sorokin, which entered the short-list of the Booker Prize. The manuscript of the novel "Four Hearts" presented at the Booker Prize and got onto the shortlist.
Vladimir Sorokin's books have been translated into English, French, German, Dutch, Finnish, Swedish, Italian, Polish, Japanese and Korean. In the West, his novels have been published by such major publishers as Gallimard, Fischer, DuMont, BV Berlin, Haffman, Verlag Der Autoren.
In September 2001, Vladimir Sorokin was awarded the "People's Booker," and two months later the Andrei Bely Prize for Outstanding Service to Russian Literature. Vladimir Sorokin was also awarded the German Ministry of Culture - Prize Liberty in 2005.
One of his recent novels, Day of the Oprichnik, describes dystopian Russia in the year 2028, with a Tzar in the Kremlin, the Russian language with numerous Chinese expressions, and a new great Russian wall separating the country from its neighbors. Sorokin is a member of the Russian PEN-Club and lives in Moscow with his wife and two daughters who are twins.
Vladimir Sorokin Work
Day of the Guardsmen (2006) - published by Zakharov - Moscow - 2006
23,000 (2005) - published in the Trilogy - published by Zakharov - Moscow - 2005
The Way Bro (2004) - first published by Zakharov - Moscow - 2004
Ice (2002) - first published by Hell Marginem - Moscow - 2002
Feast (2000) - published by Hell Marginem - Moscow - 2000
Blue Lard (1999) - first published by Hell Marginem - Moscow - 1999
First Cleaning Up (1979-1984) - a collection of short stories in two volumes published by Hell Marginem - Moscow - 1998
Four Hearts (1991), first published in the anthology The End of the Century in Moscow in 1994
Thirtieth Love Marina - (1982-1984) first published by Edition Elinina R. - Moscow - 1995
Novel (1985-1989) - first published by Tri Kita with Obscuri Viri - Moscow - 1994
Norm (1979-1983) - first published by Tri Kita with Obscuri Viri - Moscow - 1994
Queue (1983) - first published by Syntax - Paris - 1985
published at different times at home and abroad:
Russian grandmother (1988)
Happy New Year (1998)
Screenplays for the films
Mad Fritz - 1994, dir. Tatyana Didenko, Alexander Shamaysky
Moscow - 2001, dir. Zeldovich, Alexander; main prize at the festival in Bonn, the Federation of Film Clubs Award for Best Russian Russian film of the year
Kopek - 2001, dir. Dykhovichniy Ivan; nominated for the award" Golden Aries "for best screenplay
4 - 2004 - dir. Ilya Khrzhanovsky, the grand prize of Rotterdam Film Festival
Thing - directed by Ivan Dykhovichniy
Cashfire - directed by Alexander Zeldovich
Mishen - Target - 2011 - directed by Alexander Zeldovich
In the depths of Russia" - with artist Oleg Kulik
The libretto for the opera Rosenthal's Children to the music Desyatnikov commissioned by the Bolshoi Theatre
Numerous short stories published in Russian and the foreign press.