Collection of stories by contemporary Russian writers
Happy Ending released in Persian
"Happy Ending" contains short stories by three contemporary Russian writers that are translated into Persian by Zahra Mohammadi. The stories focus on the Russian context within the ups and downs of Russia before and after its collapse.
IBNA: Russian poet, writer and playwright Victoria Tokareva was born in 1937 in Saint Petersburg. Three of her stories, 'Happy Ending', 'In My Shoes', 'Winged Horse', 'Must and Mustn't' and some film scripts are found in her resume.
Andrei Gelasimov was born in 1966 and became one of the bestsellers in Russia. Among his books are 'Thirst', 'Rahil', and 'Desert Gods'.
Yogani Grishkovets is another Russian writer, director and playwright and eminent figure in Russian monospectacle drama. He has written many stories that are popular among Russian intellectuals.
'The Happy Ending' includes works by these three Russian writers that are converted into Persian by Zahra Mohammadi. As stated in the foreword, today's Russian literature offers new aspects of life and social view of the inhabitants of this land for the audiences.
The Happy Ending is published in 1500 copies and 134 pages by Jeyhoon Publications (Ketab-e Nashr-e Nick).
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