Sankya (novel)

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Sankya
Author Zakhar Prilepin
Original title Санькя
Translator Mariya Gusev, Jeff Parker
Country Russia
Language Russian
Series Revolution
Publisher Ad Marginem
Publication date
2006
Published in English
2014
Pages 368
ISBN 978-5-91103-078-0

Sankya (Russian: Санькя) is a 2006 novel by the Russian writer Zakhar Prilepin. «Sankya» is a story about Sasha Tishin, member of The Founders - revolutionary organization, similar to National Bolshevik Party.[1][2][3]

This novel was published in 2006 in Ad Marginem (Russia).[4]

Characters[edit]

  • Sasha Tishin Sankya
  • Yana
  • Bezletov
  • Kostenko
  • Matvey
  • Nega
  • Posik
  • Rogov
  • Verochka

Prizes And Awards[edit]

  • Evrika-Prize (2006)[5]
  • Yasnaya Polyana Award (2007) [6]

Translations[edit]

Sankya has been translated into Chinese, Polish, French, Serbian, Romanian, Italian, German, Hungarian and English.[7]

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