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Vladimir Voinovich (1932–2018)

Vladimir Voinovich was born on September 26, 1932 in Stalinabad, Tajik SSR, USSR as Vladimir Nikolaevitch Voinovich. He was a writer and actor, known for Shapka (1990), Zivot a neobycejna dobrodruzstvi vojaka Ivana Conkina (1994) and Dva tovarishcha (2001). He was married to Svetlana Yakovlevna Kolesnichenko, Irina Danilovna Braude and Valentina ... See full bio »


(age 85) in Moscow, Russia

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 2007 Priklyucheniya soldata Ivana Chonkina (TV Movie) (novel - as Vladimir Vojnovich)
 2001 Dva tovarishcha (story - as Vladimir Vojnovich)
 1994 Zivot a neobycejna dobrodruzstvi vojaka Ivana Conkina (novel - as Vladimir Vojnovich)
 1990 Shapka (story - as Vladimir Voynovich)
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 2006 Jardins en automne (as Vladimir Vojnovich)
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 2014 Pussy Riot und andere Sünden (Documentary)
 2006 Shkola zlosloviya (TV Series)
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- Episode #4.35 (2006) ... Himself - Guest (as Vladimir Vojnovich)

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Vladimir Vojnovich | Vladimir Voynovich

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I wanted to be a realist, writing about what I saw. Almost like journalism. But when I published my work, which I thought was really true-to-life, they said, 'You're writing satire.' I wasn't, it was just life that was so absurd. The more I've depicted life, the deeper I've gone, the more I've become a satirist. Or so they say.


His citizenship was rescinded by Leonid Brezhnev, but was restored under Gorbachev. As the Soviet Union became the Russian Federation, he went from national outcast to literary hero, winning the State Prize for his 2000 novel "Monumental Propaganda," about a communist fanatic who rescues a statue of Stalin from demolition by moving it into her apartment. However, official support once again ... See more »

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