Famous Soviet and Russian writer Alexander Rekemchuk died in Moscow at age 89 after a long illness.
«Alexander Evseevich’ve been sick the last few days were in the intensive care unit Thursday and died», – told TASS on 7 July in the close environment of the writer.
Alexander Rekemchuk was born 25 Dec 1927 in Odessa. In 1952 he graduated from the Literary Institute named after A. M. Gorky. In 1963 he moved to Moscow. Was in the editorial boards of the magazines «New world» and «Banner». Since 1988 Professor at the literary Institute, where the seminar was conducted by prose.
Among the most famous works of Alexander Rekemchuk – «Young-green», «Boys», «Tender age», «36 and 6», «Trouble», a collection of essays «the Mammoths».
The book of Rekemchuk have published in English, French, German, Polish and other languages, his works and screenplays 11 feature films.