December 6, 1913|
Durasovka, Ufa Governorate, Russian Empire
|Died||April 19, 2000
He was the first non-Communist Party editor-in-chief of the monthly literary magazine Novy Mir (1986–1988). Zalygin was also an academician of the Section of Humanities and Social Sciences (since December 7, 1991).
Russian writer Vladimir Voinovich remembered that Zalygin had refused to publish Voinovich's stories even in the earlier perestroika time concluding that “the country has largely retreated to its past, because during perestroika it was ‘rebuilt’ by such conformists as Zalygin.”
- Na Irtyshe [On the Irtysh] (1964)
- Solyonaya pad [Salt Valley] (1968)
- Iuzhno-Amerikansky Variant [South American Variant] (1973)
- Komissiya [Commission] (1975) – Sequel to Salt Valley
- Posle buri [After the Storm] (1985)
The English language edition of the novel, "The South American Variant" is listed on abebooks.com.
- "Zalygin, Sergey Pavlovich". Encyclopædia Britannica Online. Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. Retrieved 2007-10-07.
- Gerner, Kristian; Stefan Hedlund (1989). Ideology and Rationality in the Soviet Model: A Legacy for Gorbachev. Routledge. p. 363. ISBN 0-415-02142-1.
- Владимир Войнович: «У вождей с либеральными намерениями, но диктаторским характером ум требует одного, а натура другого» // Новая газета, 15.01.2016
- Works by Zalygin (Russian)
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