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Sholokhov () Mikhail Aleksandrovich

Sholokhov () Mikhail Aleksandrovich (19051984)

Russian novelist. Sholokhov won international fame for an epic novel of his native land, "The Silent Don" (4 vol., 192840 2 vol., and "Quiet Flows the Don", 1934, and "The Don Flows Home to the Sea", 1941). The work, which won a Stalin Prize in 1941, describes the effect of World War I, the revolution, and the civil war on the lives of the Don Cossacks. A propagandistic novel, "Virgin Soil Upturned", deals with the collectivization of agriculture; it won a Lenin Prize in 1960. Its first volume is "Seeds of Tomorrow" (193233), and the second is "Harvest on the Don" (1960). Sholokhov was awarded the 1965 Nobel Prize in Literature, being the first officially sanctioned Soviet laureate.

Bulgaria, 1977, Signatures of writers

Palau, 2001, Mikhail Sholokhov

Paraguay, 1977, Medal of Nobel prize of Literature

Russia, 2005, Mikhail Sholokhov

USSR, 1985, Mikhail Sholokhov and his books

USSR, 1985, Mikhail Sholokhov and his books

USSR, 1985, Mikhail Sholokhov

USSR, 1990, Mikhail Sholokhov

Russia, Veshenskaya. Sholokhov's Spring

Russia, 2005.05.20, Rostov-na-Donu. Sholokhov

USSR, 1985.05.24, Moskow. 80th Birth anniv of Sholokhov

Russia, 2005, Birth Centenary of Mikhail Sholokhov

USSR, 1963, Scene from film Destiny of a Man

USSR, 1975, Don's novels (Mikhail Sholokhov)

USSR, 1975, Virgin Soil Upturned (Mikhail Sholokhov)

USSR, 1975, The Silent Don (Mikhail Sholokhov)

USSR, 1975, Destiny of a Man (Mikhail Sholokhov)

USSR, 1975, Scene from the film They Fought for Their Country

USSR, 1985, Mikhail Sholokhov

USSR, 1985, Mikhail Sholokhov

USSR, 1985, Mikhail Sholokhov


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