The books like Natasha’s Dance: A Cultural History of Russia and A People’s Tragedy: The Russian Revolution is the ultimate imprints of Russian culture, revolution, and developments at all times. The reason for this outstanding proficiency of these books is the unique writing style of Orlando Figes. Figes wrote A People’s Tragedy book related to the Russian revolution in 1891 to 1924 and this book received the Wolfson prize in 1997. Addition to this, A People’s Tragedy also received the fame and eminence book awards like the NCR book award, the Longman/History Today Book prize, the W.H Smith Literary award, and the Los Angeles Times book prize. Similar to this, Natasha’s Dance: A Cultural History of Russia book was nominated for the ultimate awards like Duff Cooper Prize, Samuel Johnson Prize, and more. These two books are appreciated by a number of people and it obtained limitless counts of fans for its imposing range of writing approach.
Apart from these two books, Figes is the expert writer of some other award-winning books like Just Send Me Word: A True Story Of Love And Survival In The Gulag, Crimea: The Last Crusade, The Whisperers: Private Life In Stalin’s Russia, and more. Addition to this, Figes also created the famous books, such as Peasant Russia, Civil War: The Volga Countryside in Revolution, 1917-21, Interpreting The Russian Revolution: The Language And Symbols Of 1917. Figes wrote all of these books in a specialized way so that these books impressed every reader without any restrictions. All readers obtained some unfamiliar aspects of the proficient and innovative writing style of Figes and these books demonstrate the real view of its theme for people.
The people perceived the realistic vision in front of their eyes and everyone can get these feel even after several years. This is the competency of Figes writing and every single word from this book can enhance the original culture and historical events of Russian history and some other related topics. Most of the books from these Figes collections are translated into several languages up to more than twenty, which demonstrate the preeminence of Figes’s writing skills. Apart from this wonderful writing profession Orlando Figes acted as an expert professor in the history field. He played this history professor position in Trinity College, Cambridge from 1987 to 1999. He is the student of this same college and completed his graduation in history sector. As well as, he worked as a professor of Birkbeck College, the University of London.