Vladimov Georgy( Writer, critic)
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Biography Vladimov Georgy
Vladimov (real name - Volosevich) Georgy Nikolayevich (p. 1931), novelist, critic.
Born February 19 in Kharkov in the teacher's family. He studied at the Suvorov military school, but did not pursue a military education by enrolling in the Law Department of Leningrad University, graduating in 1953.
In 1954, acted as a literary critic with articles "to the dispute about Vedernikov," "Village Ognischanka and the wider world," "Three days in the life of Holden and others. Since 1956 worked as editor of the prose of "New World".
In 1961 published a story "Big Ore, has received wide recognition. This was followed by Napa chat tale "Faithful Ruslan" (1964), . which would later write critic Ivanova: "Vladimov took the most difficult task: to explore the essence and the tragedy of the very darkly euphoric mind, . is formed by the media and authoritarian art ..,
. This is a distortion of nature itself - in fact, beautiful, about training the human consciousness ... "
. In May 1967 Vladimov appealed to the IV Congress of the Writers' Union, demanding freedom of creativity and open discussion of Solzhenitsyn's letter to Congress: "... Are we a nation of scum, . whisperers and informers? Or are we a great nation, . gave the world a galaxy of unparalleled genius? .. ",
. In 1969 in the journal Novy Mir published the novel "Three minutes of silence", which had great success with readers
In 1977, Vladimov out of the Writers' Union and took over the leadership of the Moscow section of Amnesty International ". Under the threat of arrest in 1983 he emigrated to West Germany, where he became chief editor of the magazine "Faces" (published by "sowing", Frankfurt).
Since 1988 Vladimov lives in Niderhauzene (Germany), working on a novel about General Vlasov.