Mark Aldanov, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Date of Death


Mark Aldanov

Russian writer and critic

Date of Birth: 07-Nov-1886

Place of Birth: Kiev, Ukraine

Date of Death: 25-Feb-1957

Profession: writer, biographer, novelist, essayist

Zodiac Sign: Scorpio

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About Mark Aldanov

  • Mark Aldanov (Russian: ???? ????´???) (Mark Alexandrovich Landau) (Russian: ???? ??????´??????? ?????´?) (7 November [O.S.
  • 26 October] 1886, 1888, or 1889 – 25 February 1957) was a Russian writer and critic, known for his historical novels.
  • Aldanov's first book about Vladimir Lenin, translated into several languages, immediately gained him popularity.
  • Then followed a trilogy of novels attempting to trace the roots of the Russian Revolution.
  • He also wrote a tetralogy of novels about Napoleonic wars.
  • All in all, he published 16 larger literary works and a great number of articles and essays.
  • He was nominated for the Nobel prize in literature thirteen times.

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