There is a talk on Russian Short Stories given by Robert Chandler in
Brixton (SCRSS) on Friday 10th November at 7.0p.m.
"Light’s all very well, brothers, but it’s not easy to live with."
Robert Chandler, Editor of Russian Short Stories from Pushkin to Buida
(Penguin Classics 2005) will be giving a talk on Russian Literature this
Friday, 10 November at 7.0pm at the SCRSS, 320, Brixton Road, SW9. Doors
open at 6.0pm. Refreshments available. Admission £5/£3 SCRSS members.
Robert Chandler's translations from Russian include Pushkin's 'Dubrovsky',
Leskov’s 'Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk' and Vasily Grossman’s 'Life and Fate'.
His co-translations of works by Andrey Platonov have won several prizes.
He is currently translating Pushkin’s The Captain’s Daughter and
Platonov’s long novel Chevengur. He contributes poems and articles to the
TLS, and he teaches part-time at Queen Mary College.
Any queries – please contact:
Society for Co-operation in Russian & Soviet Studies
320 Brixton Road London SW9 6AB
Tel: 020 7274 2282
Fax: 020 7274 3230
Registered Charity: 1104012