DISCOVER Tatiana( Poet)
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Biography DISCOVER Tatiana
born 13 January 1928. G. Baku family lawyer. Since 1941. resided in Mr.. Stavropol. In 1945. entered the Moscow State University named after Lomonosov, and then in graduate school at the department of Soviet literature. In 1954. defended her thesis on the cycles of stories M. Gorky's "Tales of Italy" and "In Russia".
Since 1954. resided in Mr.. Stavropol, where she worked first in the newspaper "Stavropol Pravda", and then at the Pedagogical Institute - a senior teacher and later an assistant professor of Russian Literature.
Considerable attention was paid literary criticism and topical issues of contemporary literary criticism. In 1970. joined the Union of Soviet Writers, currently a member of the Writers' Union of Russia. Nearly two decades was first a member of the commission of criticism, and from 1980. - A member of the criticism in the joint venture RFSFR.
For many years she was a member of the editorial board of the almanac "Stavropol", was a member of the editorial board of the Stavropol book publishers.
In 1977. won the Writers' Union and the USSR Goskomisdat manuscript of the book "Flame in My Heart", dedicated to the common problems of development of Soviet literature.
Since 1990, live in St. Petersburg
. In the Stavropol publishing company published books:
. - The second meeting of the Caucasus "(on Gorky), 1967,
. - "Stop a moment" (general arts), 1968,
. - "And the heart and intellect" (collection of literary-critical essays) 1973
. - "Invitation to the glass mountain" (a collection of literary portraits and essays) 1979,
. - "It's our life" (documentary narration) 1983,
. - "As long as I breathe ..." (collection of literary portraits and papers) 1987,
. - Alexander Bosko "(a documentary-fiction story about the schoolteacher) 1989
Publisher "Soviet writer":
- "Flame in My Heart", M, 1977.
Published by about two hundred articles, reviews, literary portraits, feature stories in local and national publications - on Russian Literature 20-ies. XX in. and Russian literature.
Currently engaged in creative A.P. Bibik, contemporary Petersburg writers.