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Pavel Nilin

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Pavel Filippovich Nilin was a Soviet writer, journalist and playwright, best known for a novel called A Man Goes Uphill (1936), adapted to the big screen under the title A Great Life, for which he, as a scriptwriter, received the Stalin Prize in 1941. Highly popular was his 1956 novel Cruelty.
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