Sergei Dovlatov (Author), Katherine Dovlatov (Translator), James Wood (Afterword) . Only 5 left in stock (more on the way)
Katherine Dovlatov’s translation captures the wit and bittersweet irony of her . From the opening page, Pushkin Hills is a delight. Dovlatov's ironic tone suits his rural comedy ("From Leningrad
We proceeded through the woods towards the settlement. Do you love Pushkin? she asked me unexpectedly.
Pushkin Hills - Sergei Dovlatov. Pushkin Hills was first published in Russian as Запове∂нuκ in 1983.
The Dovlatovs’ Pushkin Hills. As many critics noticed, in this book Dovlatov attempts to revive the original Pushkin degenerated by the Soviet officialdom.
Like everything Dovlatov wrote, Pushkin Hills is. .James Wood has been a staff writer and book critic at The New Yorker since 2007.
Sergei Dovlatov, Katherine Dovlatov.