Isaac Babel

Isaac Babel was a short-story writer, playwright, literary translator, and journalist. He joined the Red Army as a correspondent during the Russian Civil War. The first major Russian-Jewish writer to write in Russian, he was hugely popular during his lifetime. He was murdered in Stalin's purges in 1940, at the age of 45.


ARTICLES FEATURING ISAAC

The Brutal Lyricism of Isaac Babel


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