"MY HOMELAND IS THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE". INTERVIEW WITH YUKO ARIGA, TRANSLATOR OF A. KIM'S NOVEL"SQUIRREL"
E. A. IKONNIKOVA Doctor of Philological Sciences T. K. PAVLOVA Sakhalin State University (Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk) Key words: Sakhalin, Korean Diaspora, Japanese literature, A. A. Kim The language of true fiction is the language of world literature. A writer reaches the highest level of skill when his books are translated, when his works become popular in other countries and are understandable to people of different nationalities, faiths and views. This is what happened with the work of Anatoly Kim , a Russian Soviet writer, the author of numerous books-well-known in Russia and abroad. His debut prose collections, Blue Island (1976) and Four Confessions (1978), were published in Moscow. The writer's works have been repeatedly translated into foreign languages, including in England, Spain, Italy, Germany, Denmark, Finland, America and Turkey. Anatoly Kim's prose is presented in more than 25 languages of the world. But the greatest attention to the legacy of this author is paid in the countries of Asia and the East. There are several reasons to explain this fact. In one of his interviews, Anatoly Kim spoke about himself like this:: "I am a Russian writer of Korean origin. My homeland is the Russian language." However, the biography of the writer, who grew up in a family of descendants of Korean immigrants, covers a significant area of the former Soviet Union. Anatoly Kim was born in 1939 in one of the villages of Kazakhstan. During his childhood years, together with his family, he made several serious moves: first to Kamchatka, later to the Ussuri Region and Sakhalin. Then in his life there were Vladivostok and Khabarovsk, and later-studying in Moscow, where the first pen test took place. Anatoly Kim's belonging to the Korean diaspora contributes to the fact that critics and researchers are trying to find in his work the classical traditions of Far Eastern prose. The writer's view on the history of Korean immigrants in Russia is also important. Anatoly Kim for the first tim ... Read more
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