LICHUTIN Vladimir Vladimirovich( Russian writer)
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LICHUTIN, Vladimir Vladimirovich (p. 1940), Russian writer. Born March 13, 1940 in g. Mezen Arkhangelsk region. A native of the ancient Pomeranian kind, the name of its representative called the island of Michael Lichutina. Grew up in a large family, without a father (killed at the front). He graduated from the Forestry College (1960), the journalism faculty of Leningrad University (1962), higher literature courses at the Union of Soviet Writers (1975). He published essays in newspapers and magazines in Arkhangelsk, . which served as the basis for his novels "The White Gornitsa" (1972), . "Jonah and Alexandra, . (1973), . "Long vacation", . Veuve Nura "(both 1974), . "The soul is burning", . "Grandmothers and uncle" (both 1976), . "Bonanza", . "Winged Seraphim" (both 1978), . "The Last Sorcerer" (1979) and others, . forming a kind of epic cycle, . chronicle of the historical existence of modern day life and the Pomeranian countryside, . rich ethnographic realities, . colorful types, . sharp and recognizable situations, . dictated by the 'ancestral memory', . love and respect to the North Russian peasantry with its' habits, . custom, . rites, . worship of the land and labor and the measured ashamed life '(book-essay "The Soul inexplicable: Reflections on the Russian people", . 1989).,
. In his naturalistic lifelike bytopisatelstve, . manifested in succulent, . 'raw', . rich in dialect ( 'kushnaya zimoveyka') language of the narrative, . marching in line with 'rustic' prose (Fyodor Abramov, . Belov and others), . Lichutin seeks, . however, . to large-scale generalizations, . to create a complete, . dynamic and polemical conceptualize Pomeranian pictures of life in the context of the history of the North Russia,
This is seen most clearly in the story "Home philosopher and mistress" (1981) and the novels "Freemason" (1981), "Wanderers" (1983, h. 1-2; 1-I under the name. "Long vacation", . 1974), . "Lyubostay" (1987), . feature which, . as all creative Lichutina, . a predilection for non-standard, . vivid and powerful characters, . 'twisted' story, . focus strongly on 'inexplicable', . 'mystery' of the Russian soul - on the one hand, . 'longsuffering Russian man', . the other - is growing in strength and stands in opposition to the spiritual and physical violence,
. Last detected, in particular, in the history of Russian Old Believers, who devoted Lichutin epic "split": Kn. 1. "The wedding of the kingdom", 1990; Book. 2. Way of the Cross, 1993; Book. 3. "Ascension", 1996.