BORODIN Sergey( Writer)
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Borodin, Sergey (1902-1974), until 1941 alias - Amir Sargidzhan, Russian writer. Born on September 25 (8 October) 1902 in Moscow, a family of intellectuals, among whom there were Blok, V. Bruce, A. White, K. Balmont, N. Klyuev, S. Klychkov, I. Bunin, A. Kuprin. He studied at the real school, Mr.. Beleva Tula Province., Then in the artistic and literary studios of local Proletkult.
He began to publish a sketch of g.Beleve (1914) and poems (1922). In 1926 he graduated from High Literary Art Institute. V. Bryusov; famous poet subsequently devoted essay Bryusov "(1934). Under the guidance of renowned folklorist YM Sokolov carried away study of Russian folk-poetic creativity, . participated in folklore expeditions to Karelia and Zaonezhie (as written, . particularly, . in the essay "epic edge, . 1929, . and in his autobiographical essay "Roads", . 1965),
. During his student years at the same trip Turkestan department of the Central Museum of Ethnology, visited Bukhara, Samarkand and then, where he worked on the excavations under the leadership of the famous archaeologist VL Vyatkina. Under the chosen pseudonym participated in the literary group 'Pass'. In 1925, on the recommendation of A. White, L. Leonov and Vs.Ivanova was adopted by the All-Russia Union of Writers. The stories and stories 1920-1930-ies, mainly in the genre of travel writing on Central Asia, the Far East, Pamir, Kazakhstan, Transcaucasia, - "diggers", "Paradise camel", "Train", "The Birth of flowers", "Copper Bull, "" The Tale of Shushani and Ashot ". Social changes of modern East deal 'novels in the stories' "Last Bukhara" and "Egyptian" (both 1932), Sat. novels "Master of Birds" (1934)
. In 1941, Borodin was a novel (under his own name), "Dmitry Donskoy" (State Prize, . 1942) - the result of many years and careful study of life and culture of Ancient Russia, . combines a taste for detailed biography, . documentary, . inclusiveness, . depth psychologism - and indispensable social motivation, mindset and actions of heroes and distinct patriotic bias, . fully assessed by readers and critics with the beginning of the Great Patriotic War, . years which Borodin actively journalistic articles printed in the newspaper 'Pravda' (after 1945 - correspondent in Romania, . Yugoslavia, . Bulgaria) and 'Art and Literature',
Since 1950 he lived in Tashkent, starting work on a historical epic about the age of Timur "Stars above Samarkand" (1-I kn. "Lame Timur, 1953-1954, 2 nd book. "Bonfire of the campaign, 1957-1959; 3rd book. "Lightning Bayazet, 1968-1973, from conception 4-th book. "White Horse" remained, except for drafts, finished four chapters). 'Overriding' Borodin, he claimed, was to show the timeless and, in fact, non-national, 'pathological' (the definition of the writer) the type of conqueror. Confronting ruler and losers under the pen Borodin reaches fever pitch; impressively naturalistic scenes, . energy bright letters, . alien artificial stylization, . variety of scenes and images, . taste to make a thorough factual investigation of Borodin's trilogy is not only exciting, fun, . but deep cognitive reading - taking into account, . however, . polemical nature of Borodino interpretation of the image 'strong personality' (Timur),
Borodin left as translations from the Tajik, Uzbek, Hindi and others. languages, an outline of the novels "Ivan Kalita" and "Andrei Rublev", screenplays (in t.ch. movie "Dmitry Donskoy", not supplied).
Borodin died in Tashkent on 22 June 1974.