Nicholas Oliger Fridrikhovich( Writer)
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Biography Nicholas Oliger Fridrikhovich
Born in 1882, Mr.. He studied at the Omsk school, but the course did not finish, due to their participation in political unrest. The first collection of his stories came out in 1907. Talent Oliger purely fictional, his figurative work, live, sometimes bright, the lack of it is uneven, instability: there is quite mature with things he come across and very weak, pale, raw. Many dignity stories Oliger - their freshness and originality, perhaps, that he has been influenced by this unspoilt country such as Siberia, his birthplace. The manner of writing Oliger occupies a middle position between the old realists and modernists, but closer to the first. In the work of its spontaneity prevails over common for new writers rationalism. It is rich "myth", and it sometimes serves as his or her detriment: the sense of a tendency to melodrama, which is increasing the showiness of the story, weakens its internal strength. And in the writing style, and in the mood for Oliger have something in common with Kuprin. Many of the stories Oliger portray the revolutionary and environmental psychology. Among them are very interesting, complex mood reminiscent of the novels Ropshin: "pale horse" and "That which was not". The most complete impression on the novel "White Petals" and the story: "At the outposts". In processing such as those Oliger remains true to the point of view of the artist, so the interest of his stories is not limited to topicality. The same can be said about the stories Oliger on military topics, they are far from a template, "military" fiction. In the best of these stories "Falikon" (Collection "Lukomorye", Petrograd, 1915) depicts the moment of general enthusiasm, has gone through Russian society at the beginning of the great European War. Oliger edition published in 4 volumes (1911 and following). E. K.