Navalny's autobiography “Patriot” in autumn: German version in preparation | EUROtoday

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IAn autobiography of Alexei Navalnyj, who died in a Russian jail camp in mid-February, will likely be revealed within the fall. According to the writer and his widow, Yulia Navalnaya, Navalny started engaged on this textual content, titled “Patriot,” in 2020, shortly after the poison assault on him. He describes “his youth, his calling as an activist, his marriage and family as well as his commitment to democracy and freedom in Russia.”

According to Yulia Navalnaya, this e-book is “not only the testimony of Alexei's life, but also of his steadfast fight against the dictatorship – a fight for which he gave everything, including his life. Readers will meet the man I loved deeply—a man of complete integrity and indomitable courage. His story will not only honor his memory, but also inspire other people to stand up for what is right and never lose sight of the values ​​that truly matter.”

As the writer of the American version, Knopf, introduced, Navalnyj wrote the textual content himself all through, partly within the type of dictations, and they’re engaged on the printed model along with Yulia Navalnaya. Julija Navalnaya wrote on

The world launch is scheduled for October twenty second. S. Fischer Verlag has acquired the rights for the German version, which will likely be translated from English.