33 moments of happiness : St. Petersburg stories / Ingo Schulze ; translated by John E. Woods.
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- ISBN: 037540029X
- Physical Description: x, 305 pages ; 20 cm
- Edition: First American edition.
- Publisher: New York : A.A. Knopf, 1998.
Thirty-three wacky stories on Russia. One is on a returned dissident who will do anything to gain attention, another is on a woman who raises cash by marrying several daughters to one American. By a German writer.
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Ingo Schulze, born in Dresden in 1962, studied classical philology at the University of Jena. He worked as the dramaturg at the Altenburg Theater until 1990, and then became a newspaper editor, a job that took him to St. Petersburg for six months in 1993. Since then he has lived in Berlin. His first book, 33 Moments of Happiness has won both the prestigious Döblin Prize and the Willner Prize for Literature. Three of the stories in this collection have recently appeared in The New Yorker.