Monday, December 3, died a famous Russian writer Andrey Bitov. He was 82 years old. This was reported by the literary critic Galina Yuzefovich on his page in social network Facebook.
“Guys, bad news. Only my mother Anna berdichevskaya called the Bauman hospital. Andrei Bitov died today,” wrote about the tragedy Yuzefovich.
As we know, Andrei Bitov is one of the founders of postmodernism in Russian literature, winner of the magazines “Friendship of peoples”, “New world”, “Foreign literature”. His scripts were filmed the movie “the Little fugitive” and “on Thursday and never again”.
It should be noted that in the bibliography Bitov there are works: “the Pushkin house”, “the symmetry Teacher: a novel-echo,” “the Flying Monks: a novel-dotted line”, “pharmaceutical island”, “Seven voyages”, “the Days of man”, “Catechumens”, “Subtraction of a hare” and other books.
Guys, bad news. Only my mother Anna berdichevskaya called the Bauman hospital. Andrei Bitov died…
Galina Yuzefovich Geplaatst door op Maandag 3 december 2018
Earlier it was reported that on 29 November he died a defender of Kiev “Dynamo” Victor Matvienko. Victor Antonovich died at the age of 70 years.
“Stopped beating heart, kind, honest, decent, sincere and wonderful person and a true friend. FC Dynamo Kyiv expresses its sincere condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of Viktor Antonovich, to all the fans of our club. Eternal memory. Let him rest in peace…”, – stated in the message of the club.
Recall that on the evening of 30 November, George Bush senior passed away at the age of 94. The cause of death is currently not specified. World leaders have expressed their condolences and respect.
As reported by the portal Znayu, died in USA, the author of outstanding works in the field of abstract expressionism and minimalist American sculptor, writer Robert Morris. He died at the age of 87.
The portal also Znayu wrote that on Monday after battling sickness in the hospital in Los Angeles died a famous film producer Samuel Hadida. Company Metropolitan FilmExport, founded by father Samuel, for many years worked with New Line Cinema, Lionsgate and DreamWorks.