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Ludmila Ulitskaya and Vladimir Sorokin

History, novel, print

The history of Russia is also the history of a desire to remain at the center of the universal story. The successive vicissitudes of this will —the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union, post-communist Russia— affect and are inscribed in the lives and literary works. Ulitskaya and Sorokin, two of the greatest Russian novelists of the last decades, reflect with the journalist Xavi Ayén on the keys to understand Russia's relationship with its own history.

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23 January 2023