Inber Vera( Poet, writer)
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Biography Inber Vera
(1890 - 1972)
Born June 28 (July 10, NS) in Odessa in the family of the owner of scientific publishing. As a child she wrote poetry. At the end of the school entered the Odessa University for Women in the History and Philology, but soon left for Western Europe, where it held, occasionally returning home for about four years (the year in Switzerland, the rest of the time - in Paris).
In 1912 in the Russian printing house in Paris was published her first poetry collection "The sad wine". In 1914 he returned to Russia, having decided to settle in Moscow. They went out two more volumes of poetry - "Bitter pleasure" (1917) and "mortal words" (1922). In 1923 in Moscow were published "The purpose and path, from which, according to Inber, began her real writer's biography.
In mid-1920's moving closer to the constructivists, in those same years, began to write prose, essays and articles. As a journalist, traveled a lot around the country, traveled abroad. In 1927 - 29 were written a book of essays "So begins the day" and travel notes "America in Paris". In 1928 comes autobiographical chronicle "Place in the Sun".
In 1930 published the poem "travel diary", "Ovid", acts as a novelist and essayist.
During World War Inber was in the besieged city of Leningrad (1941 - 44). The heroic defense of the city, embodying it in a collection of poems "The soul of Leningrad" (1942), the poem "Pulkovo Meridian" (1943), in the Leningrad journal "Almost three years" (1946).
In the postwar years Inber written works for children, published his collection of poetry - "The Way of Water" (1951), "The Book and Heart" (1961), "Profile of Time" (1971) and others. In 1957 came a collection of articles about the literary work - "Inspiration and skill" in 1967 - a book of memories "Pages of days going through".
Continued to ride a lot for the Union, had visited Iran, Czechoslovakia and Romania in the composition of the delegations of Soviet Culture. In 1972 V. Inber died.