Writer’s Wednesday: Andreï Makine

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Click Here to Read:  Andreï Makine on Wikipedia.

Click Here to Read: Andrei Makine: interview: Tim Martin speaks to Andrei Makine, a Russian novelist who has been compared to Stendhal, Tolstoy and Proust on the Telegraph website on April 18, 2013.

Click Here to Read: A writer’s life: Andreï Makine: Philip Delves Broughton meets a Siberian-born novelist whose life is as spare as his art on the Telegraph website on March 24, 2004.

Click Here to Read: Interview: Andrei Makine – Through the iron curtain to Paris: One of France’s most celebrated writers is Russian. But Andrei Makine is far from admired in the motherland By Natasha Fairweather on the Independent website on January 31, 1999.

Click Here to Read: Interviewing Andrei Makine Russian-born French author by Maria Moltoni on the L’Italo Europeo website on April 29, 2013.

Click Here to Read: The heart of Africa: Christopher Hope is impressed by Andrei Makine’s exploration of love and endurance, Review of Human Love by Human Love by Andreï Makine by Christopher Hope on the Guardian website on June 20, 2008.

Click Here to Read: Torn Between Two Languages Review of Dreams of my Russian Summers by Andreï Makin, Reviewed By Victor Brombert in The New York Times on August 17, 1977.

Click Here to Read: In search of Russia’s soul: Andrei Makine makes Russian history human – and dangerous – in the brutal Requiem for the East by Tim Adams on the Guardian website on august 5, 2001.

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