Vladimir Zarev

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Vladimir Zarev

Vladimir Zarev, born in Sofia in 1947, is the editor of the quarterly literary journal Savremennik (‘Contemporary') and the author of ten novels, several short story collections, as well as non-fiction books. His novel Verfall (2003) received great acclaim when it was first published in German in 2007.


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The Ashes of the Soul (Original Bulgarian Title: Zakonat)

The Ashes of the Soul (Original Bulgarian Title: Zakonat)

Seelenasche is the third and final volume of Vladimir Zarev’s great trilogy on the history of Bulgaria. Here, in the aftermath of the fall of the Berlin Wall and the Iron Curtain, a glimmer of ...

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Spitfires

Spitfires

In the spring of 1946, in the sleepy little Bulgarian town of Widin, the floodwaters of the Danube break over the banks, just as they always do around the time of the cherry tree blossom. But ...

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Family on Fire

Family on Fire

"Vladimir Zarev showed me the full potential of the Bulgarian language's expressive power. He created a thirst in me that can only be quenched by his writing", wrote Dimitre Dinev of his ...

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Vladimir Zarev

Presse

"Vladimir Zarev ist eine Ausnahmeerscheinung in der bulgarischen Literatur." Judith Leister, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 16.06.09

Awards

Bibliographie

Im Deuticke Verlag sind erschienen
2009 Familienbrand. Roman. Aus dem Bulgarischen von Thomas Frahm
2011 Feuerköpf. Roman. Aus dem Bulgarischen von Thomas Frahm
2012 Seelenasche. Aus dem Bulgarischen von Thomas Frahm

Weitere Veröffentlichungen (Auswahl)
2007 Verfall