Alighieri Margarita Iosifovna( Poet)
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Aliger Margarita Iosifovna (24.9.1915, Odessa - 1972). poet, winner of the Stalin Prize (1943). Education in the Moscow Chemical Technical School and the Gorky Institute of Literature (1937). Born into a Jewish family clerk. Printed in 1933. And in 1938 she released her first collection of poems "Year of birth". In 1942 joined the CPSU (b). In 1942 wrote a poem called "Zoe" on 3.A. Kosmodemyanskaya, for which in 1943 awarded the Stalin Prize. Through this poem, after which her name was widely known, Aliger became a symbol of Stalinist patriotic propaganda. In 1942 she released her book "In memory of the brave", in 1945 the poem "The Tale of the truth" (again on Kosmodemyanskoy) and "Your Victory" in 1953 book "Lenin mountains". All work Aliger was "imbued with optimism, faith in the triumph of communism". After the death of I.V. Stalin's reputation Aliger immediately ceased, and the poem "Zoe" was declared criticism "mediocre". In 1970 Aliger released a collection of "Blue Hour" on "moral strivings of the Soviet man."