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Book Title: Καλοκαίρι στο Μπάντεν-Μπάντεν|
The author of the book: Leonid Tsypkin
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The size of the: 3.80 MB
Date of issue: June 1st 2003
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Read full description of the books Καλοκαίρι στο Μπάντεν-Μπάντεν:Ο Ντοστογέφσκι πρωτογνώρισε την Άνα Γκριγκόριεβνα στην Αγία Πετρούπολη. Της υπαγόρευσε το μυθιστόρημά του Ο παίκτης και λίγο καιρό αργότερα της ζήτησε να γίνει γυναίκα του. Το 1867 το ζευγάρι ξεκινά για ένα ταξίδι στην Ευρώπη. Με αφορμή αυτό το ταξίδι ο Τσίπκιν, συνδυάζοντας έξοχα τη μυθοπλασία με τα πραγματικά στοιχεία, αναδεικνύει το μεγαλείο του λογοτέχνη αλλά και τη σκοτεινή πλευρά του και μας παρασύρει στα κατάβαθα της ρωσικής ψυχής.
Read information about the authorTsypkin was born in Minsk, Soviet Union (now the capital of Belarus), to Russian-Jewish parents, both of whom were medical specialists.
At the start of Stalin's Great Terror, in 1934, Tsypkin's father, Boris, an orthopaedic surgeon, was arrested on trumped-up charges, but was later released after a suicide attempt in which he broke his back.
Two of Boris Tsypkin's sisters and a brother were also arrested, and were murdered by Stalin's NKVD.
When the war was over Leonid returned with his parents to Minsk, where Leonid graduated from medical school in 1947; despite Stalin's policies of anti-Semitism, Tsypkin became a noted researcher in polio and cancer, and published more than 100 papers in scientific journals in Russia and abroad. While practicing medicine, Tsypkin considered abandoning medicine to become a writer [and in] his early years he had produced some poetry and fiction, but in 1969, after winning a Doctor of Science degree, he was granted a salary increase, which freed him from part-time work and thus allowed him to get down to writing in earnest.
Over the following decade he wrote sketches and stories, and two autobiographical novellas, none of which was published in his lifetime.
After his son and daughter-in-law emigrated to America in 1977, Tsypkin was demoted to the post of junior medical researcher. He and his family were denied permission to leave the Soviet Union on two occasions, in 1979 and 1981. Tsypkin died at the age of 56 of a heart attack in Moscow.
Summer in Baden-Baden is a fictional account of Fjodor Dostoyevsky's stay in Germany with his wife Anna. Depictions of the Dostoyevskys' honeymoon and streaks of Fjodor's gambling mania are intercut with scenes of Fjodor's earlier life in a stream-of-consciousness style. Tsypkin knew virtually everything about Dostoyevsky, but although the details in the novel are correct, it is a work of fiction, not a biographical statement.
While Baden Baden was perhaps Tsypkin's first significant work, at least in the West, his reputation was arguably sealed by the novella Norartakir. The story deals with themes of revenge, some of which, perhaps even all, being metaphorical acts by the author against the Soviet system
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