Russian writer Anatoly Gladilin died in Paris

Writer Anatoly Gladilin. Photo: Vladimir Fedorenko/RIA Novosti

Writer Anatoly Gladilin died on 84-m to year of life in Paris.

About this newspaper “Culture” with reference to the family of the writer. On the death Gladilina also wrote his nephew Nikita Gladilin in Facebook: “my uncle Died. Anatoly Tikhonovich Gladilin… rest in peace, uncle John…”.

As reports RIA Novosti, Anatoly Gladilin was born in 1935 in Moscow. He studied at the Literary Institute named after Gorky. In 1976 he went to Paris. Writer known for such works as “Brigantine raises the sails”, “the Story of a loser”, “Smoke in the eye. A tale of ambition”, “the Eternal trip” and others.