Entry updated 12 September 2022. Tagged: Author.
(1957- ) Russian author whose Near Future Satire, 2017 (2006; trans Marian Schwartz 2010), set one century after the Russian Revolution, depicts in exorbitant terms the costs of rampant "freedom", including naked capitalism at its most exploitative, Disasters looming from unchecked Climate Change, Paranoia-justifying conspiracies which if successful will deepen the damage to Russian society and the world. Landscapes are described with elegiac force. [JC]
Ol'ga Aleksandrovna Slavnikova
born Sverdlovsk, USSR [now Yekaterinburg, Russia]: 23 October 1957
- 2017 (Moscow: Vagrius, 2006) [binding unknown/]
- 2017 (New York: Overlook Duckworth, 2010) [trans by Marian Schwartz of the above: hb/Bryce Schimanski]
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