Glas (publisher)

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Glas is a Russian publishing house. It was established by Natasha Perova in 1991, and has been instrumental in translating the works of Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky, Victor Pelevin, and Vladimir Sorokin and introducing them to the West.[1]

Glas books have twice won the Rossica Prize, and have been praised by George Steiner and Isaiah Berlin among others.[2]

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