Russian bookshelf: Chanel №5 by Olga Slavnikova

For those who want to become more familiar with Russian contemporary fiction, we have launched our audio book series for easy listening. Enjoy!

For those who want to become more familiar with Russian contemporary fiction, we have launched our audio book series for easy listening. Enjoy!

Chanel №5



Drawing by Natalia Mikhaylenko
Voice over and montage by Daria Donina
Translated by Сarol Ermakova, translation provided by Glas publishing house
Back music: Peter Kopylov, Natalia Yurlova, Ilya Boronin

 

Olga Slavnikova, a past winner of the Russian Booker Prize, is the director of the Debut Prize for young writers, and an internationally-renowned author of five award-winning novels, which have been translated into French and Italian. She rose to fame as a writer in her hometown of Ekaterinburg in the Urals before moving to Moscow.

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