About: Oleg Postnov

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Oleg Georgievitch Postnov (Russian: Олег Постнов; born 1962, Novosibirsk, USSR) is a Russian author. Postnov is a novelist most recognized for his fiction about love. The critics have described Postnov's work as an amalgamation of the Russian's classics: "as if Vladimir Nabokov took on a rewrite of Gogol's Evenings on a Farm Near Dikanka"—with the added "macabre of Edgar Allan Poe." Postnov's novel Angst has been translated into German.

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  • Oleg Georgijewitsch Postnow (russisch Олег Георгиевич Постнов, wiss. Transliteration Oleg Georgievič Postnov; Betonung: Olég Geórgijewitsch Postnów; * 24. Dezember 1962 im Akademgorodok in Nowosibirsk) ist ein russischer Professor für Philologie, Übersetzer und Schriftsteller. Neben einer 1997 erschienenen Biografie Iwan Gontscharows, über den er bereits 1990 promoviert hatte, und zwei Bänden mit Novellen und Erzählungen veröffentlichte er 2001 seinen ersten Roman unter dem Titel Angst (Страх). In Deutschland ist das Buch in der Übersetzung von Ganna-Maria Braungardt 2003 bei Rowohlt erschienen. (de)
  • Oleg Georgievitch Postnov (Russian: Олег Постнов; born 1962, Novosibirsk, USSR) is a Russian author. Postnov is a novelist most recognized for his fiction about love. The critics have described Postnov's work as an amalgamation of the Russian's classics: "as if Vladimir Nabokov took on a rewrite of Gogol's Evenings on a Farm Near Dikanka"—with the added "macabre of Edgar Allan Poe." Postnov's novel Angst has been translated into German. (en)
  • Олег Георгиевич Постнов (род. 24 декабря 1962 г., Новосибирск, РСФСР, СССР) — российский писатель. О его прозе критики писали: «Как будто Владимир Набоков переписал „Вечера на хуторе близ Диканьки“ Гоголя с добавлением» мрачности Эдгара Аллана По". (ru)
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  • Novosibirsk State University (en)
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  • Silver Sigma (en)
  • Veteran of Russian Academy of Science (en)
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  • Nikita Postnov (en)
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  • Russia (en)
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  • PhD (en)
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  • Russian, German, Hungarian (en)
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  • Oleg Postnov (en)
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  • Oleg Georgievitch Postnov (Russian: Олег Постнов; born 1962, Novosibirsk, USSR) is a Russian author. Postnov is a novelist most recognized for his fiction about love. The critics have described Postnov's work as an amalgamation of the Russian's classics: "as if Vladimir Nabokov took on a rewrite of Gogol's Evenings on a Farm Near Dikanka"—with the added "macabre of Edgar Allan Poe." Postnov's novel Angst has been translated into German. (en)
  • Олег Георгиевич Постнов (род. 24 декабря 1962 г., Новосибирск, РСФСР, СССР) — российский писатель. О его прозе критики писали: «Как будто Владимир Набоков переписал „Вечера на хуторе близ Диканьки“ Гоголя с добавлением» мрачности Эдгара Аллана По". (ru)
  • Oleg Georgijewitsch Postnow (russisch Олег Георгиевич Постнов, wiss. Transliteration Oleg Georgievič Postnov; Betonung: Olég Geórgijewitsch Postnów; * 24. Dezember 1962 im Akademgorodok in Nowosibirsk) ist ein russischer Professor für Philologie, Übersetzer und Schriftsteller. (de)
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  • Oleg Georgijewitsch Postnow (de)
  • Oleg Postnov (en)
  • Постнов, Олег Георгиевич (ru)
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