ZLOBIN Stepan Pavlovich( Writer)
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Biography ZLOBIN Stepan Pavlovich
Zlobin Stepan Pavlovich (1903 - 1965), writer.
Born on November 11 (24 NS) in Moscow in the family medical student, a member of the revolutionary movement. Educated grandmother (parents were in prison, then in exile), lived a hard, often hungry childhood. In 12 years with his father lived in Ufa, where they found the First World War, when the father was supposed to go to the front, and his son came back to her grandmother in Ryazan. He studied at the Real School.
In the first days of October was actively involved in the revolutionary events. I left school, while engaged in painting in the artist's Malyavina, little studied at drama school, wrote poetry, publishing them in newspapers.
Arrived in 1920 in Moscow, worked as a statistician, then to the grocery store. Entered in the Industrial and Economic College, from which had to leave because of the outbreak of tuberculosis.
In 1921 was adopted by the Supreme Literary Art Institute. Bryusov, where especially fond of linguistics, psychology of creativity. Upon graduation, in 1924, went to Ufa, where he teaches literature and Russian language. A new outbreak of tuberculosis forced to give up teaching and do a statistician in the Bashkir State Planning. Participation in the expeditions to the mountain-steppe and forest regions of Bashkortostan, language, writing songs, local legends, proverbs in very handy later when I began writing the novel "Salavat Yulayev".
The first book Zlobin - a tale for children "commotion" - was published in 1924. In 1928 published an essay "On Bashkiria, in 1929 his novel" Salavat Yulayev "(was redesigned in 1941, then in 1953).
In 1930 worked as an editor of children's broadcasting on radio, where he met with K. Paustovsky, L. Kassil, A. Gaidar and others. During these years, traveled around the country (Kuban, Crimea, Caucasus, Central Asia).
During World War II was first in the Moscow militia, then was appointed as a war correspondent front Newspapers. Being surrounded by Vyazma, was wounded and taken prisoner, where he stayed for three years. Life in captivity was tense and full of activity: was the secretary of the underground Communist Party, wrote songs, poems, leaflets, articles, which are sent to other camps. The impressions of those days included in Zlobin's novel "The Missing", which could see the light only in 1962.
In the postwar years Zlobin finished the novel "The Island of Buyan" (1948), in 1951, was written by the most significant of his novel - "Stepan Razin". The last novel "The Morning of the century" was not completed. September 14, 1965 Zlobin, died in Moscow.