‘German Crimes, Russian Punishment’ released
Publish Date : Saturday 7 September 2019 - 19:37
IBNA- A novel by Soviet-Russian writer Daniil Granin titled ‘German Crimes, Russian Punishment’ on love and damages of the World War II has been translated into Persian and released.
According to IBNA correspondent, the original title of this novel which has been translated directly from Russian into Persian is ‘She and Everything Else’ the book has been translated by Nazila Hajiova and released by Neyestan Publishing.
The synopsis of the novel reads: When Magda and Anton meet in Berlin, the World War II has ended, but painful memories are still alive, as fates have been destroyed by the war. However, love knows no boundaries, nationalities.
The book features the love story of very different people, real historical facts, the development of scientists, memories of the war, which are inextricably intertwined into one inseparable whole.
started writing in the 1930s, while he was still an engineering student at the Leningrad Polytechnical Institute. After graduation, Granin began working as a senior engineer at an energy laboratory, and shortly after war broke out, he volunteered to fight as a soldier.
According to the Great Soviet Encyclopedia: "The main theme of Granin’s works is the romance and poetry of scientific and technological creativity and the struggle between searching, principled, genuine scientists imbued with the communist ideological context and untalented people, careerists, and bureaucrats (the novels ‘Those Who Seek’, 1954, and ‘Into the Storm’, 1962).