Who are they – brothers and sisters Chekhov, Kataev and other famous writers who worked under pseudonyms
Not always talented relatives have the same name. Even siblings can have completely different surnames. In the writer’s world, there are many cases where readers were not even aware that two different authors grew up in the same family.
Evgeny Petrov, Valentin Kataev
Many people love and “the Twelve chairs”, and “lone White sail”, but not the connection between these two works. And the connection, though not direct, is — they were written by brothers, Evgeny Petrov (in co-authorship with Ilya Ilf) and Valentin Kataev. The real name that is both Katayevy, but Eugene decided to take a pseudonym to avoid confusion with his brother. Continue reading
These two writers, before joining forces, achieved some success – at least in France they were known and printed. But it was the Duo of bualo-Narsezhaka made a breakthrough in the genre of detective novel that Hitchcock himself was after the film rights to their books.
Pierre bualo and his namesake Pierre Ayrault, who later took the pseudonym of Tom Narsezhak, and before the start of joint activities have achieved some success in the literary field, both were awarded the French national prize.
Pierre Louis Boileau was born in Paris in 1906. Continue reading