The tenth planet and other science fiction by Sergei Belyaev at the dawn of the formation of the USSR
Sergei Mikhailovich Belyaev was born in 1883. He became one of the first Soviet science fiction writers, starting to write as early as the 1920s. However, he is far from being as well known as Zamyatin or Efremov, much less the Strugatsky. The most famous work of Belyaev is the story “The Tenth Planet”, in which he made the assumption of the existence of another planet in the solar system.
Briefly about the writer
Sergei Mikhailovich Belyaev, was born in Moscow. Father – a priest, received a church education. He graduated from the medical faculty, worked as a doctor. At the same time he wrote essays and short stories.
Sergei Mikhailovich Belyaev was born on January 9 (21 according to the old style) on January 18, 1883, and died on November 11, 1953.
Childhood and youth
Belyaev was born in 1883 in the city of Moscow. He followed in his father’s footsteps, finishing the seminary. After receiving education, he worked as a tutor in the theater. Continue reading