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By Carol Apollonio
Carol Apollonio is an associate professor of the practice in Slavic and Eurasian studies and a faculty member in residence in Wilson Dormitory.
Carol Apollonio (The ...
Carol Apollonio (The Mountain and the Wall)
Fiction, In Translation, Prose, Saturday ...
Fiction, In Translation, Prose, Saturday European Fiction · Tagged: Alisa Ganieva, Bride and Groom, Carol Apollonio, Dalgat!, Debut Prize, Deep Vellum Publishing, Dostoevsky's Secrets, German Sadulaev, Glas New Russian Writing, Russian fiction, Russian writers, Salam, The Mountain and the Wall, Women in Translation
Translated from the Russian by Carol Apollonio
CAROL APOLLONIO is Professor of the Practice of Russian at Duke
most recent translation is German Sadulaev's The
is also a scholar specializing in the works of Fyodor
Dostoevsky and Chekhov and on problems of translation.
author of the monograph Dostoevsky's Secrets (2009).
The Millions : Tolstoy or Dostoevsky? 8 Experts on Whoâ€™s Greater
Carol Apollonio, Professor of the Practice of Russian, Duke University
Carol Apollonio (ed.)
CAROL APOLLONIO is Associate Professor of the Practice of Russian at Duke University.
Author of numerous articles on nineteenth-century Russian literature and of the book Dostoevsky's Secrets: Reading Against the Grain (2009), she is also a translator of Russian and Japanese literature and has worked as a conference interpreter of Russian.
current projects include a translation of German Sadulaev's 2008 novel The Maya Pill (Tabletka) and a study of the history of translation of Russian classics into English.
This book is recommended for library collections at community colleges, four-year colleges, and research universities.
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