Ludmila Petrushevsky Stefanovna( Writer, playwright)
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Biography Ludmila Petrushevsky Stefanovna
Ludmila Petrushevskaya Stefanovna (p. 1938), novelist, playwright.
Born on May 26 in Moscow in the family of employee. Lived heavy military semi childhood, wandered about relatives, lived in an orphanage near Ufa.
After the war, returned to Moscow, she graduated from the journalism faculty of Moscow University. She worked as a correspondent in Moscow newspapers, an employee of publishers, from 1972 - an editor at the Central television studio.
. Petrushevskaya soon began to write poetry, writing scripts for student nights, seriously thinking about writing.
. The first published work was the story "Through the Field", which appeared in 1972 in the journal "Aurora"
. Since then, the prose Petrushevskaya not published more than ten years.
. The first pieces were seen amateur theater: the play "Music Lessons" (1973) was set R. Viktyuk in 1979 in the theater-studio DK Moskvorechye "and almost immediately banned (published only in 1983).
. Production Cinzano was carried out theater "Gaudeamus" in Lviv
. Professional theaters began to put pieces Petrushevskaya in 1980: one-act play "Love" at the Taganka Theater, "Flat Columbine" in the "Contemporary", "Moscow Choir in Moscow Art Theater. For a long time the writer had to work "in the table" - wording is not able to publish stories and plays about the "shady side of life". Continued work, creating a play-jokes ( "Andante", "Apartment Columbine"), a play-dialogue ( "Glass of Water," "Stand-alone box"), a play-monologue ( "Songs of the XX Century", gives its name to the collection of dramatic works ).
. Prose Petrushevskaya continues its dramatic in the case plan and in the use of artistic techniques
. Her works are an encyclopedia of women's lives from youth to old age: "The Adventures of Faith", "History of Clarissa," "Daughter Xenia", "Country", "Who will answer?", "Mystic", "Hygiene" and many others. In 1990 was written by the cycle "Songs of the Eastern Slavs," in 1992 - the novel "Time of Night. Writes a fairy tale for adults and children alike: "Once upon a time was an alarm clock," "Well, Mom, come!" - "Tales, Told for Children" (1993), "Little enchantress", "A Doll's novel" (1996). L. Petrushevskaya lives and works in Moscow.
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