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Sergey Makarov

sergey makarov is a fiction writer, translator, and historian, whose publications include A Fortress Over the Chasm - Diaries, Lectures, Art and Music of Terezin 1941-45 (with Elena Makarova) (4 volumes, Moscow/Jerusalem: Gesharim, 2003-2008); University of Survival (Prague: G+G, 2002); Long Live Life, or Dance Around the Skeleton (Jerusalem: Verba, 2001). Makarov is the son-in-law of Semyon Izraelevich Lipkin.

Sergey Makarov's work featured in PN Review comprises one translation.
Further Reading
Subscribers only Translation of an Article by Vasily Grossman in PN Review 214 (2013) Letter to Nikita Khrushchev, translated by Yvonne Green and Sergey Makarov
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