Olesha Yury Karlovich( Writer)
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Biography Olesha Yury Karlovich
Olesha Yury Karlovich (1899 - 1960), writer.
Born February 19 (March 3, NS) in Elisavetgrad in an impoverished noble family. Children and youth Oleshi held in Odessa, where he began his literary career.
. Twenty Olesha with young Kataev and are only beginning Bagritski Ilf and was one of the most active employees, the Bureau of the Ukrainian press (like windows GROWTH), was a "collective of poets, wrote poetry.
. Since 1922 Olesha lived in Moscow, worked in the railway newspaper "Whistle", where almost every day brings its poetic satires, published under the pseudonym "Chisel"
. Working in the newspaper, he traveled a lot, seen many people who had accumulated a large stock of vital observations. Feuilletonist "Chisel" has helped the writer Olesha.
. In 1927 he published his novel "Envy", in 1928 published a vivid and fascinating book - "Three Fat Men, once adopted children and continue to be a favorite childhood reading.
. E. Kazakevich, a great friend Olesha, wrote: "Olesha - one of those writers who have not written a single word of falsehood
. He had enough strength of character not to write what he wanted. "
In 1931 came a collection of "cherry pit, which unites the stories Oleshi different years. At the same time on the stage of. Vs.Meyerholda the premiere of the play "The list of good deeds". Kinopovest "Strict boy" was published in 1934, after which the name Oleshi encountered in print only under articles, reviews, notes, sketch sketches, sometimes - the story. He wrote the memoirs of his contemporaries (Mayakovsky, Alexei Tolstoy, Ilf and others), sketches of Russian and foreign writers, whose work is particularly appreciated (Stendhal, Chekhov, Mark Twain and others).
. In Oleshi scenarios were put movies "Bog Soldiers" and "Error engineer Cochin; for Theater
. Evg.Vahtangova Olesha staged the novel "The Idiot". The main thing in the last period of life, he considered the work being conducted every day, making up the code name "Not a day without a line," suggesting later write a novel. Death of a heart attack May 10, 1960 interrupted the work.