Nilin Paul Filippovich( Writer)
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Biography Nilin Paul Filippovich
Filippovich Nilin Paul (1908 - 1981), writer.
Born on January 3 (16-th NS) in Irkutsk in the family of convict settlers. Early start to working life, tried a variety of jobs: he was a mechanic, fireman, served in the criminal investigation, which later became a thorough material for the first notes, articles and satirical articles in the Irkutsk newspaper "The power of labor.
. Becoming a professional journalist, traveled a lot around the country, and publishes essays in national newspapers and the magazine "Our achievements.
. The first book Nilin "Man goes uphill
. Sketches of ordinary life ", dedicated to miners of Donbass, was published in 1936. In 1930, one after another of his published stories: "Favorite Girl", "Matthew Kuzmich," "Famous Pavlyuk," "The Last Theft", "About Love" (original sketch of the story "Cruelty").
. In 1940 wrote the script the first series of the film "Great Life".
. During World War Nilin is at the front as a war correspondent of the newspaper "Pravda"
. In 1946 the script was written the second series of the film "Great Life".
. Since mid-1950 began the most fruitful period of creativity Nilin - stories of "bugs", "Getting Started Tishkov, the most famous of his novel" probation "and" Cruelty "(1956).
. In 1962, out in the light of the story "Through the Cemetery", in 1973 - "nonsense", in 1978 - the first single "
. AP Nilin died in 1981 in Moscow.