| Anatoli Kim|| Writer|
| Maxim Gorky Literature Institute|
The Red Flute, To Go Out of a Forest Into a Clearing
Yermek Shinarbayev, Roza Iskakova, Habibur Rahman Khan
Anatoli Kim Wikipedia
Anatoli Andreyevich Kim (Russian: Анато́лий Андре́евич Ким; born 15 June 1939) is a Russian-language writer.
Kim's father was a Soviet Korean, the son of a man who immigrated to the Russian Far East in 1908; his mother was of Russian ethnicity. He claims to be a descendant of 15th-century Korean author Kim Si-seup. He was born in Sergievka, Tulkibas District, Chimkent Oblast, Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic (today South Kazakhstan Province, Kazakhstan) and spent his early years there. In 1948, his family moved to the Russian Far East and Sakhalin, where he lived until 1957 before entering an art school in Moscow.
Aside from his original works, Kim has also translated a number of Kazakh language works into Russian, including Abdijamil Nurpeisov's Last Duty (Последний долг) and Mukhtar Auezov's Path of Abay (a re-translation, to replace an older Soviet-era version perceived as insufficient).Отец-лес: роман-притча, Советский писатель, 1989, ISBN 978-5-265-00994-4, OCLC 21140793