In France died the writer of the sixties Anatoly Gladilin

The message on his page in Facebook the journalist Anatoly Kopeikin, October 24, in France in Clamart near Paris on 84-m to year of life has died the writer of the sixties Anatoly Gladilin. He wrote: “Died Anatoly Gladilin. 83. Tonight’s the night”.

Anatoly Gladilin was born in 1935 in Moscow from 1954 to 1958-second trained in the literary Institute, left without finishing. Became famous at the age of 20 years with the publication in the magazine “Youth” of his first works in the genre of confessional prose – the novel “Chronicle of times of Victor Podgursky has” in 1956. Then he created “Brigantine raises the sails”, “the Story of a loser”, “the Eternal trip”, “the Story of one company”, “the gospel of Robespierre” and other texts. Since 1960 he worked in the newspaper “Moskovsky Komsomolets”, head of the Department of culture, later editor of the Studio on them. Gorky.

In the mid-1960s Gladilin spoke in support of the writers Andrei Sinyavsky and Yuly Daniel, convicted for anti-Soviet agitation, after which it ceased to publish, and in 1976, the family was forced to emigrate from the Soviet Union. His “Forecast for tomorrow” was published in Frankfurt-on-main.

Lived in France, working at the radio stations “Freedom” and “German wave”. In exile he wrote the “Paris fair”, “Big race day”, “French Soviet socialist Republic”, “I killed the beast Pell”, “Street of generals”, “the Shadow rider”. The last book of the writer was the novel the memoirs “Tigrushka”, released in 2015.