Anatoly Aleksin

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Anatoly Georgievich Aleksin (Russian: Анато́лий Гео́ргиевич Але́ксин) (born 3 August 1924 in Moscow), original surname Goberman)[1][2] (Russian: Гоберман), is a Russian writer[3] and poet.

In the late thirties his poems were published in a children's newspaper, Pionerskaya Pravda. In 1950 he graduated from the Moscow Institute of Oriental Studies and his first novel Thirty one day (Тридцать один день) was published. He was a chairman of the Russian Federation Union of Writers from 1970 to 1989 and a member of the editorial board in of the literature journal Yunost. He also wrote the book titled "Secret of the Yellow House". Since 1993, Anatoly Aleksin has lived in Israel.


  • А тем временем где-то - A meanwhile somewhere
  • Безумная Евдокия - Reckless Yevdokia (1976)
  • Говорит седьмой этаж - Speaks seventh floor (1959)
  • Дневник жениха - The diary of fiance (1980)
  • Домашний совет - Domestic council (1980)
  • Звоните и приезжайте!- Call and Come in (1970)
  • Ивашов - Ivashov(1980)
  • Коля пишет Оле, Оля пишет Коле – Kolya writes Olya, Olya writes Kolya (1965)
  • Мой брат играет на кларнете - My brother plays on the clarinet
  • Необычайные похождения Севы Котлова - Extraordinary adventures of Seva Kotlev (1958)
  • Поздний ребенок - Late child (1968)
  • Раздел имущества - The division of the property
  • Саша и Шура - Sasha and Shura (1956)
  • Сердечная недостаточность - Heart insufficiency (1979)
  • Третий в пятом ряду - The third in fifth row (1975)
  • Здоровые и больные – Healthy and sick (1982)
  • Очень страшная история – Very scary story


  1. Интервью с Татьяной Алексиной
  2. Татьяна Алексина «Семьи и судьбы»
  3. Hunt, Peter; Ray, Sheila G. Bannister (1996). International companion encyclopedia of children's literature. Taylor & Francis. pp. 763–. ISBN 978-0-415-08856-5. Retrieved 24 August 2011.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>

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