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Mikhail Sholokhov

Soviet writer (1905-1984)

Mikhail Aleksandrovich Sholokhov (Russian: Михаил Александрович Шолохов, IPA: [ˈʂoləxəf]; 24 May [O.S. 11 May] 1905 – 21 February 1984) was a Soviet novelist and winner of the 1965 Nobel Prize in Literature. He is known for writing about life and fate of Don Cossacks during the Russian Revolution, the civil war and the period of collectivization, primarily in his most famous novel, And Quiet Flows the Don.
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Works

29

And Quiet Flows the Don

novel by Michail Sholokhov

author: Mikhail Sholokhov

1928

Fate of a Man

short story by Michail Sholokhov

author: Mikhail Sholokhov

1956

Наука ненависти

short story by Michail Sholokhov

author: Mikhail Sholokhov

1942

The New Land

novel by Michail Sholokhov

author: Mikhail Sholokhov

1932

The Don Flows Home to the Sea

book by Michail Sjolochov

author: Mikhail Sholokhov

1928

Родинка

Միխայիլ Շոլոխովի պատմվածքը

author: Mikhail Sholokhov

Пастух

рассказ Шолохова

author: Mikhail Sholokhov

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