Juliu Edlis
(Playright & Novellist)
 

      Widely known in Russia and abroad novellist and playright Juliu Edlis was born in 1929 in Bessarabia, which belonged before 1940 to Romania. Now it is the Republic of Moldova.

      Received theatrical and philological education. Worked in Kishinev as a theatre director and journalist. Since 1959 - professional wrighter and has been living in Moscow.

      The author of about thirty plays staged in major Moscow theatres such as Vakhtangov, Mossovet, Mayakovsky, "Na Maloy Bronnoi", in Petersburg - in Lensovet, Lenkom, "Na Liteinom" theatres, in dozens of other theatres in Russia and former Soviet Republics, as well as on the stages of fourteen foreign countries.

      The prose - novels, short and long stories - were published in literary magazines "Novy Mir", "Oktyabr", "Continent", "Lruzhba Narodov", "Yunost", were also released as separate books and collections in Moscow Publishing Houses.

      The Author of nine movie and TV plays.

      Prosaic and thatrical works of Yuliu Edlis were translated, staged and published in English, German, Polish, Greek, Chekh, Slovak, Serb, and Chroatian, Hungarian, French, Latvian, Ukarinian and other languages.

      Yuliu Edlis for many years tought in the Moscow Literary Institute. He works much and fruitfully in press.

      Vice-President of the European Society of Culture.






Bibliography
      Prose:

      Novels: "Antract", "Pominki", "Syn Chelovechesky";

      Stories: "Zhizneopisanie", "Shatalo", "Siya Pustynnaya Strana","Na Slom", "Eksperimentalny Kvartal", "Deti Kak Deti", "Balok", "Oproverzhenie";

      Short Stories: "Den Pobedy", "Marshalskaya Zvezda", "Malenkaya Nochnaya Serenada", and other. The Cycle (book) of Short Stories Tuchki Nebesnye", "Absurdist", "Graphinya Chizhik", "Shestidesyatnitsa", "Ego Svetlost", "Sindrom Stendalya", "Na Skviznyake", "Patriot".

      Drama

      "Moi Bely Gorod", "Volnolom", "Argonavty", "Kaplya v More", "Gde Tvoi Brat, Avel", "Serebryany Bor", "Sochelnik", "Messa po Deve", "Zhazhda nad Ruchiem", "Igra Tenei", "Solomennaya Storozhka", "Mir bez Menya", "Vyzyvautsya Svideteli", "Naberezhnaya", "Sparing-Pertner", "Proshchalnye Gastroli", "Bulvarny Roman", "Iun, Nachalo Leta", etc.

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