If you ever come across Michail Kozyrev (I think that will be the English form) I would suggest to have a closer look although it's not current literature at all. The original title of the novel I like to recommend is Pjatoe puteschestwie Lemjuelja Gulliwera. I don't know if it's translated into English, the German edition Die fünfte Reise Lemuel Gullivers dates from 2005. It's not really a new novel regarding the time of its writing (1936) but still considering its first publication date (1991 in Russia). It's a satire on Nazi Germany wrapped in a fifth travel of Gulliver and very clear sighted taking into account what happend afterwards in Germany. Gulliver must have been a quite popular literary figure in Russia during that time, and I had the impression that Kozyrev managed well to adapt to the style of Swift's novel.