Dina Rubina

DINA RUBINA was born in Tashkent in 1953. She graduated from the Tashkent Conservatory and taught in the Institute of Culture in Tashkent. She lived for a time in Moscow before emigrating to Israel in 1990. Her first literary works were published in the journal Youth. A recipient of the Aryeh Dulchin literary prize for her book Duplicate Family ( 1990) and the Israeli Union of Writers prize for her book, One Intellectual Sat Down in the Road, (1995). Rubina’s works have twice been nominated for the Russian Booker Prize and she is a recipient (2007) of the Great Book prize, for her novel On the Sunny Side of the Street.


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