"It is important for each of us to live where the pulse of big history beats."  Interview with the writer Leonid Yuzefovich - the author of one of the best novels of 2021 "Filelene"

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In December 2021, writer Leonid Yuzefovich received the main prize of the Big Book prize – for the novel Filelene. This is a text about the Greek struggle for independence and the last days of the Russian Emperor Alexander I. Leonid Yuzefovich promised to donate part of the prize money for the conservation of buildings in the Yakut village of Sasyl-Ssyy – there were unfolding the events of the Civil War described in another book by the writer, the documentary novel “Winter Road “. In an interview with Meduza, the writer tells about one review of his book, after which he believed in himself, about how sometimes even the most ardent liberals refuse to reform and why a work of fiction can be finished, but a documentary cannot.

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