Two short stories by one of Russia's finest and most popular young writes, Andrei Gelasimov. The first, A Tender Age, is about a young boy coming of age and finding meaning from his relationship with an elderly neighbor. The second, Joan, is about a struggling single young mother.
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About the Author
Andrei Gelasimov is the author of five novels (Fox Mulder Looks Like a Pig, Rachel, The Year of the Lie, Thirst, Gods of the Steppes) and several short stories. Born in Irkutsk in 1965, he is today one of Russia's most popular young writers. His first story, The Tender Age (included in this eBook), was published to great acclaim in 2000, receiving the Best Debut, Appollon Grigoriev and Belkin literary awards. His novel "Steppe Gods" won the 2009 National Bestseller literary award (St. Petersburg).