Vladimir Nikolayevich Voinovich also referred to as Voynovich received recognition as a Russian writer. Some of his best works include the dystopian novel Moscow 2042 and The Life and Extraordinary Adventures of Private Ivan Chonkin. Voinovich experienced several difficulties with being placed in exile and his citizenship revoked. He returned to Moscow in 1990 but continued to critique Russian politics. Voinovich started his studies in Moscow and attempted to join the Maxim Gorky Literature Institute. After an unsuccessful attempt to join, he entered the Moscow Krupskaya Pedagogical Institute.
He continued his studies in history. He allocated some time to live in Kazakhstan and started his first novel after his return to Moscow. His book Moscow 2042 described Russia ruled by a communist party with the cooperation of the KGB and the Russian Orthodox Church. Other novels Voinovich published included The Ivankiad (1976) and Автопортрет: роман моей жизни (Self Portrait: Novel of My Life) published in 2007. Also, A Displaced Person: The Later Life and Extraordinary Adventures of Private Ivan Chonkin (2012). He also completed a series of articles and interviews.
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