Chechen writer Herman Sadulayev: biography, creativity and the best books

Today we will tell you who Herman Sadulayev is. The books of this writer, as well as his biography are given below. He was born in 1973, on February 18. It's about the Russian writer and publicist.


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Herman Sadulayev was born in a village under thethe name of Shali, the Chechen-Ingush ASSR. His father was a local, and his mother a tart Cossack woman. He began his studies in Grozny. In 1989 he went to Leningrad to enter the university. Received a referral to the Faculty of Journalism, issued by the regional youth newspaper, where he published essays. Suddenly changed the decision, choosing the legal direction.

First book

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Herman Sadulayev works and lives inSt. Petersburg. The first work was a story called "One swallow does not make spring yet." It was written for several months in 2004-2005. Originally distributed by the author on the Internet. In addition, he sent the manuscript to various publishing houses. The only one who really interested in this story, was a certain Ilya Kormiltsev. He promised to publish the book, if Sadulayev wrote a few more works. It happened in 2006. It was then that the publishing house, entitled "Ultra.Kultura," headed by Kormiltsev, published the work "I am a Chechen!" The book consisted of 9 stories, as well as stories devoted mainly to the Chechen wars, and reflected the personal life experience of the author.


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Writer Herman Sadulayev in 2008 created a novel called "Tablet". He got to the short list of the Russian Booker award. In 2009 he received the award "The most famous people of Petersburg" from the magazine "". Was presented in the nomination "Literature".


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German Sadulayev in 2009, in June, publishednovel "AD". GQ magazine recognized him as the book of the month. In 2010, a novel called "Shalinsky raid" was in the short list of "Russian Booker", and also received a prize from the magazine "Banner". The story "Blockade" was included in the anthology Four Steps from the War. The author was published in the pages of the St. Petersburg magazine "Aurora". His own literary reference points to the author of the Vedanta Sutras and the compiler of the Vedas - Vyasu, Donald Barthelm, Venedikt Erofeev, Andrei Platonov, Chuck Palanik. In 2010 he joined the Communist Party. According to the website of the party in St. Petersburg, the writer is in the Civil Literary Forum of Russia. In 2010, the author's interview given to the journalist of Komsomolskaya Pravda caused a critical comment from Ramzan Kadyrov. N. Nukhazhiev, the Ombudsman of Chechnya, also spoke against the writer. This situation caused the appearance of an appeal by a number of writers to the RF Human Rights Commissioner. Sadulayev called on Nukhazhiyev to hold a debate. The writer in 2012, on February 25, took part in a rally in support of fair elections in St. Petersburg.


Herman Sadulayev is the co-author of the project under thethe name "Sixteen cards". His stories were included in the collection "The Mirror of Atma". He also owns the following works: "Wolf Jump", "March", "Blockade", "Shalinsky raid", "Bich God", "AD", "Tablet", "Purga", "I am a Chechen!", "Radio FUCK. "


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Now you know who Herman Sadulayev is. "Shalinsky raid" is a novel by a writer on a Chechen theme. It is a semi-artistic, semi-documentary history of a military operation. The main hero is Tamerlan Magomadov, who studied at the Leningrad University at the Faculty of Law. He returns home. His small homeland is the village of Shali. A small man is able to tell us what the newspaper reports are hiding. Sometimes his role in History is decisive. Let's discuss, one more important work, which was created by Herman Sadulayev. "Victory Day" is a story that from the first few lines acquaints the reader with the author's reasoning about the value of time for an elderly person. The main character is Alexei Pavlovich Rodin. Also worthy of attention is the work "I am a Chechen!". The author speaks about how difficult it is to relate yourself to this people. According to him, a Chechen should shelter and feed his enemy, die without hesitation, saving the honor of a girl, killing a blood-shed, stabbing a dagger into his chest. Such a person can not shoot in the back. He must give the last bread to a friend. The Chechen needs to get up and get out of the car to greet the old man who walks by on foot. Such a person never has the right to flee, even if there are thousands of enemies and no chance to win. The Chechen is obliged to take the fight. The book reveals the truth about the war, on the other side of the official news. In the narrative there are unexpected plots, bright images, a living language, which is nourished by the power of nature. Here, lyric frankness is combined with an epic style. The first voice that fights for freedom.

The book "Radio Fuck" narrates about the adventures of the rake in the conditions of modern Petersburg. The narrative combines lyricism and cynicism. There is a secular splendor here and the wind is up.

"Blizzard" is a story in which the main character -this is our contemporary, a young man. He moves in his own fantasies. First he enters the Peter and Paul Fortress and imagines that he is Prince Kropotkin. Then he finds himself in the glacial period, witnessing a war that broke out among primitive tribes. It turns out that the human mentality has changed very little over the millennia. He is wary of strangers. Its territory is guarded jealously, it does not want neighbors to appear on it.

In the work "Tablet" the author gives a storymanager of the middle level, who unexpectedly acquires shades of the Khazar myth from ancient times. The hero Maximus Semipyatnitsky in the warehouse among the packs of Dutch frozen potatoes finds a box of strange pink tablets.

The novel "AD" describes a mysterious murder,what happened during the New Year's corporate. The victim was the chairman of the holding "AD". In the book "Jump of the Wolf" the author speaks about the personal experience of the Chechen misfortune. However, history takes a runoff from the beginning of the Khazar Khaganate. The trajectory of Chechen development can be traced through the Alanian kingdom, the Caucasian wars, Mongolian campaigns, Christianity, the deportation of the people by Stalin. In the final parts, the dramatic events of modern history are analyzed.

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