Dmitry Lvovich Bykov (Russian: Дми́трий Льво́вич Бы́ков; IPA: [ˈdʲmʲitrʲɪj ˈlʲvovʲɪtɕ ˈbɨkəf] ; born 20 December 1967) is a Russian writer, poet and journalist. He is also known as biographer of Boris Pasternak, Bulat Okudzhava and Maxim Gorky. In 2008 a documentary called Virginity (Russian: Девственность) was released in which Bykov was a co-writer. In 2009, Bykov was named assistant editor-in-chief of the weekly magazine Profile. He is also the editor-in-chief of the monthly literature-focused magazine What to read ("Что читать").

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  • Dmitri Lvóvich Býkov (a veces su apellido aparece transcrito como Bíkov; en ruso: Дми́трий Льво́вич Бы́ков; 20 de diciembre de 1967, Moscú) es un prolífico prosista, poeta y ensayista ruso. (es)
  • Dmitri BykovFichier:Dmitry Bykov at Moscow opposition rally 12 June 2013 1.JPG Dimitri Bykov en 2013 Œuvres principales * La Justification Dmitri Lvovitch Bykov (en russe : Дмитрий Львович Быков), né le 20 décembre 1967 à Moscou, est un journaliste, écrivain et poète russe. Il est diplômé de la faculté de journalisme de l'université d'État de Moscou. (fr)
  • Dmitri Lvovitsj Bykov (Russisch”: Дми́трий Льво́вич Бы́ков) (Moskou, 20 december 1967) is een Russisch schrijver, dichter, journalist en televisiepersoonlijkheid. (nl)
  • Дми́трий Льво́вич Бы́ков (род. 20 декабря 1967, Москва) — русский писатель, поэт, публицист, журналист, литературный критик, преподаватель литературы, радио- и телеведущий. Биограф Бориса Пастернака, Булата Окуджавы, Максима Горького и Владимира Маяковского. Совместно с Михаилом Ефремовым регулярно издавал литературные видеовыпуски в рамках проектов «Гражданин поэт» и «Господин хороший». (ru)
  • Dmitry Lvovich Bykov (Russian: Дми́трий Льво́вич Бы́ков; IPA: [ˈdʲmʲitrʲɪj ˈlʲvovʲɪtɕ ˈbɨkəf] ; born 20 December 1967) is a Russian writer, poet and journalist. He is also known as biographer of Boris Pasternak, Bulat Okudzhava and Maxim Gorky. Being one of the most prolific modern Russian writers, in recent years he has gained additional recognition for his biography of Boris Pasternak, published in 2005. The biography earned Bykov the 2006 National Bestseller (Russian: Национальный бестселлер) and Great Book (Russian: Большая Книга) awards. He later wrote biographies of Maxim Gorky and Bulat Okudzhava. Bykov graduated from the Faculty of Journalism of the Moscow State University. As a journalist and critic, Bykov has been writing for the magazine Ogoniok since 1993. He has also periodically hosted a show on the radio station Echo of Moscow, running at least until early 2008. Earlier, he was one of the hosts of an influential TV show Vremechko. In 2008 a documentary called Virginity (Russian: Девственность) was released in which Bykov was a co-writer. In 2009, Bykov was named assistant editor-in-chief of the weekly magazine Profile. He is also the editor-in-chief of the monthly literature-focused magazine What to read ("Что читать"). Together with actor Mikhail Yefremov, he created project "Citizen Poet" (a pun on Nikolai Nekrasov's poem "Poet and Citizen"). Yefremov reads poems, written by Bykov, which are usually satirical comments on the contemporary Russian society, politics and culture. Each poems parodies the style of a famous poet of the past, e.g. Pushkin, Nekrasov, Kipling, among others. It was originally broadcast on Dozhd TV channel, but the project was closed because the poems were too critical towards Russian government. Currently, the show is hosted in audio format by Echo of Moscow radio station. (en)
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  • Dmitry Lvovich Zilbeltrud (en)
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  • Dmitri Lvóvich Býkov (a veces su apellido aparece transcrito como Bíkov; en ruso: Дми́трий Льво́вич Бы́ков; 20 de diciembre de 1967, Moscú) es un prolífico prosista, poeta y ensayista ruso. (es)
  • Dmitri BykovFichier:Dmitry Bykov at Moscow opposition rally 12 June 2013 1.JPG Dimitri Bykov en 2013 Œuvres principales * La Justification Dmitri Lvovitch Bykov (en russe : Дмитрий Львович Быков), né le 20 décembre 1967 à Moscou, est un journaliste, écrivain et poète russe. Il est diplômé de la faculté de journalisme de l'université d'État de Moscou. (fr)
  • Dmitri Lvovitsj Bykov (Russisch”: Дми́трий Льво́вич Бы́ков) (Moskou, 20 december 1967) is een Russisch schrijver, dichter, journalist en televisiepersoonlijkheid. (nl)
  • Дми́трий Льво́вич Бы́ков (род. 20 декабря 1967, Москва) — русский писатель, поэт, публицист, журналист, литературный критик, преподаватель литературы, радио- и телеведущий. Биограф Бориса Пастернака, Булата Окуджавы, Максима Горького и Владимира Маяковского. Совместно с Михаилом Ефремовым регулярно издавал литературные видеовыпуски в рамках проектов «Гражданин поэт» и «Господин хороший». (ru)
  • Dmitry Lvovich Bykov (Russian: Дми́трий Льво́вич Бы́ков; IPA: [ˈdʲmʲitrʲɪj ˈlʲvovʲɪtɕ ˈbɨkəf] ; born 20 December 1967) is a Russian writer, poet and journalist. He is also known as biographer of Boris Pasternak, Bulat Okudzhava and Maxim Gorky. In 2008 a documentary called Virginity (Russian: Девственность) was released in which Bykov was a co-writer. In 2009, Bykov was named assistant editor-in-chief of the weekly magazine Profile. He is also the editor-in-chief of the monthly literature-focused magazine What to read ("Что читать"). (en)
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