This is a Mordvin name; the given name is Sandra.

Aleksandr Markovich Sharonov (born 18 February 1942) (Russian: Алекса́ндр Ма́ркович Шаро́нов, [alʲɪksˈandr ˈmarkɐvit͡ɕ ʂaˈronɐf], alias Sharononj Sandra (Erzya language: Шарононь Сандра, [ʃɑˈrɔnɔɲ ˈsɑndrɑ]) is a Mordvin (Russian) philologist (Finno-Ugric languages), folklorist, poet and prose writer.[1]

Alexander Sharonov
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Sharonov in 2007
Native name
Sharonon Sandra
Шарононь Сандра
Born
Alexander Markovich Sharonov

(1942-02-18) 18 February 1942 (age 77)

His research and social interests include history, mythology and folklore of Erzya and Moksha peoples.

WorksEdit

  • Mastorava an epic poem based om Mordvin mythology and folklore, written in Erzya (1994), translated in Moksha, Russian, and Hungarian languages
  • Устно-поэтическое творчество мордовского народа (1977)
  • На земле Инешкипаза (2006)
  • Мордовский героический эпос (2001)
  • Эрзя, Меря, Русь в историографии России (2013)
  • Потехония, a science fiction novel (2012)
  • Планета Эра, poetry and prose (2014)

RecognitionEdit

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