With each new novel of superb stylist, sage and psychologist Andrei Dmitriev reduces the distance between their invented characters and real contemporaries. In the novel, The Peasant and the Teenager he pushed them, we can say right up - the impression is that one (teenager) has just met at a merry Bolotnaya Square, and the other (the peasant) - a sullen crowd at the Kursk train. Two lonely people of the parallel social worlds to ignite people's experience and shine the light of truth. That's just the fact that it will light, it will be harder to get used to than each other (Valeria Pustovaya).
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About the Author
Andrey Dmitriev - writer, screenwriter, born in 1956 in Leningrad, graduated from the philological faculty of Moscow State University, Faculty of of VGIK scenario, and in 1983 made his debut story Stihl in the journal Novy Mir, has published a number of novels and short stories in magazines and Znamya Druzhba Narodov and the novella Turn the River was awarded the magazine Znamya (1995) as the product of claiming priority of artistry in the literature, Pushkin scholar Alfred Toepfer Foundation in 1995, the author and co-writer of films The Invisible Man, The Joys of middle age, Alice and Bookinist, Black Veil, Revizor and several short movies.