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Aleksievich, Svetlana, 1948-

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Personal name headingAleksievich, Svetlana, 1948-
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Variant(s)Aleksievich, S. A. (Svetlana Aleksandrovna), 1948-
Aleksievich, Svi︠a︡tlana, 1948-
Aleksievich, Svi︠a︡tlana Ali︠a︡ksandraŭna, 1948-
Aleksii︠e︡vych, Svitlana, 1948-
Alexievich, Svetlana, 1948-
Alexievich, Svetlana Alexandrovna, 1948-
Alexievitch, Svetlana, 1948-
Alexijevič, Svetlana, 1948-
Alexijewitsch, Swetlana, 1948-
Alexiyevich, S. (Svetlana), 1948-
Alexiyevich, Svetlana, 1948-
Алексиевич, Светлана, 1948-
Алексіевіч, Святлана Аляксандраўна, 1948-
Алексіевіч, Светлана, 1948-
Алексіевіч, Святлана, 1948-
Other standard no.FRBNF12188234
Associated countryBelarus
Birth date1948-05-31
Place of birthStanislav (Ukraine)
Field of activityJournalism Nonfiction novel
Profession or occupationJournalists Authors
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Found inU voĭny--ne zhenskoe lit︠s︡o, 1985: t.p. (Svetlana Aleksievich) colophon (Svetlana Aleksandrovna Aleksievich)
Poslednie svideteli, 1985: t.p. (Svetlana Aleksievich) colophon (Svetlana Aleksandrovna Aleksievich) USSR CIP data (Aleksievich S. A.)
War's unwomanly face, c1988: t.p. (S. Alexiyevich) verso t.p. (S. Aleksievich) p. 4 of cover (Svetlana Alexiyevich)
Zinky boys, 1992: t.p. (Svetlana Alexievich)
Chornobylʹ: khronika maĭbutnʹoho, 1998: t.p. (Svitlana Aleksii︠e︡vych) p. 5 (b. 1948 in Ivano-Frankivsʹk) colophon (Aleksii︠e︡vych Svitlana Oleksandrivna)
T︠S︡inkovye malʹchiki, 1991: t.p. (Svetlana Aleksievich) p. 4 of cover (b. 1948)
Zacharavannyi︠a︡ smertsi︠u︡, 1993: t.p. (Svi︠a︡tlana Aleksievich) colophon (Aleksievich, Svi︠a︡tlana Ali︠a︡ksandraŭna)
Her Ensorcelés par la mort, c1995: t.p. (Svetlana Alexievitch)
Nine of Russia's foremost women writers, 2003: cover (Svetlana Alexiyevich) p. 282 (b. 1948; graduated from Minsk Univ., degree in journalism)
Vojna nemá ženskú tvár. 2015: t.p. (Svetlana Alexijevič)
Aleksievich, Svetlana. Die letzten Zeugen, 2014: title page (Swetlana Alexijewitsch) rear flap of dust jacket (Swetlana Alexijewitsch; born 1948, in Ukraine; grew up in Belarus; 2015, awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature)
Last witnesses, 2019: dust jacket (Svetlana Alexievich was born in Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine in 1948 and has spent most of her life in the Soviet Union and present-day Belarus, with prolonged periods of exile in Western Europe. She was a journalist. She writes nonfiction)
Wikipedia, November 21, 2017 (Svetlana Alexievich; Svetlana Alexandrovna Alexievich (born 31 May 1948) is a Belarusian investigative journalist and non-fiction prose writer who writes in Russian. She was awarded the 2015 Nobel Prize in Literature; first writer from Belarus to receive the award; Святлана Аляксандраўна Алексіевіч = Svi︠a︡tlana Ali︠a︡ksandraŭna Aleksievich; born Stanislav, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union (modern Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine))
Associated languagebel rus