Author

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Alexander Vampilov

Russian playwright

1937   -   1972

country of citizenship: Soviet Union
language of expression: Russian
educated at: Irkutsk State University
occupation: playwright, writer, prosaist

Alexander Valentinovich Vampilov (Russian: Александр Валентинович Вампилов) (19 August 1937 – 17 August 1972) was a Soviet playwright. His play Elder Son was first performed in 1969, and became a national success two years later. Many of his plays have been filmed or televised in Russia. His four full-length plays were translated into English and Duck Hunting was performed in London and Washington DC (Arena Stage).
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Works

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Last Summer in Chulimsk

play by Alexander Vampilov written in 1971

author: Alexander Vampilov

1972

Elder son

1968 play by Alexander Vampilov

author: Alexander Vampilov

1968

Duck Hunting

1970 play written by Alexander Vampilov

author: Alexander Vampilov

1970

The House with Windows to the Fields

Vampilov’s one act romantic comedy (1964)

author: Alexander Vampilov

1964

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