Viktor Nekrasov Platonovich( Writer)
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Biography Viktor Nekrasov Platonovich
Nekrasov, Victor Rakhmanov (1911 - 1987), writer.
Born June 4 (17 NS) in Kiev in a family physician. After high school, entered the architectural faculty of the Kiev Institute of Construction, who graduated in 1936. Simultaneously, he studied at drama school in the Russian Drama Theater. He worked as an actor and theater artist in theaters in Kiev, Vladivostok, Kirov and Rostov-on-Don.
Since the beginning of World War II Nekrasov refuses armor, goes to the front, having risen from Rostov to Stalingrad. Was an engineer sapper troops, commanded a battalion.
. After the war, in 1947, in "The Banner" appeared a work Nekrasova "In the trenches Stalin Grad, marked the Stalin Prize, which the writer gave wheelchairs for disabled veterans.
. V. Nekrasov, came into literature not as a writer - he came as a soldier who had seen days of war and strove only to make them tell the truth about ...", - written about him criticism
. And it was true: a very hard-hitting in 1954 comes out of his story "In his native city, for the publication of which was subjected to harsh criticism of the party journal" Banner "and the Sun. Vishnevsky (Editor), withdrawn from work.
In 1959 Nekrasov wrote the novel "Kira" and serves in the Literary Gazette "with a number of articles on the need to perpetuate the memory of the Soviet people were shot by the fascists in 1941 at Babi Yar. Nekrasov was accused of organizing "mass gatherings Zionist". Still, a monument at Babi Yar was installed, and in this writer's considerable merit. In 1960, he traveled to Italy, America and France, impressions of which are described in the essays "The first acquaintance," "On both sides of the ocean", "Month in France". The main thing for him to "be yourself, do not lie, do not pretend not to flatter". After the harsh words of Nikita Khrushchev to the writer in the press articles appeared accusing Nekrasov in the "adulation" of the West. In Kiev the writer's apartment was searched, seized all printed materials, magazines, photographs, etc.. During the six days of Nekrasov was interrogated. In 1974 the writer emigrated to Paris. Abroad, he wrote for newspapers and magazines, radio, lectures on Russian literature. He continued his creative work: the novel "Stalingrad" (1981), "How I became a Chevalier" (1986).
V. Nekrasov's last work - "A little sad story". Nekrasov died Sept. 3, 1987 in Paris.