Alexander Chudakov

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Alexander Pavlovich Chudakov (Russian: Алекса́ндр Па́влович Чудако́в; February 2, 1938, Shchuchinsk – October 3, 2005, Moscow) was a Russian philologist and writer, known for his study of Chekhov, and for the novel A Gloom is Cast Upon the Ancient Steps, which was awarded the Russian Booker Prize of the decade in 2011.[1]

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