Biography Alexander Chakovsky

Biography Alexander Chakovsky


(13 (26) .8.1913)

Russian Soviet writer, public figure, Hero of Socialist Labor (1973). Member of the CPSU since 1941. Candidate member of the CPSU Central Committee since 1971. He was born in the family of a doctor. He graduated from the Literary Institute of M. Gorky (1938). Published in 1937 as a critic. The first work of art is a trilogy dedicated to the feat of Leningrad in the Great Patriotic War: “It was in Leningrad” (1944), “Lida” (1945), “Peace Days” (1947). The peculiar lyrical and journalistic style of the trilogy was further developed in the novel “We Have Morning” (1949, State Prize of the USSR, 1950), imbued with the pathos of the socialist transformation of Southern Sakhalin in the postwar years. Moral and ethical problems of Soviet society and the way of young technical intelligentsia – the theme of the novels The Year of Life (1956) and The Roads, (1962), The Bride (1966), The most important work is the novel The Blockade (Book 1-5, 1968-75, Lenin Prize 1978), the novel The Light of a Far Star (1962), The Bride in which a broad picture of the battle for Leningrad is given, the historical significance of this battle is analyzed in the general course of the war, the moral and political superiority of Soviet soldiers over the enemy is shown. Chakovsky also appears as a keen publicist (the book “Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit?”, 1970). journal “Foreign Literature” (1955-1963) and “Literary Gazette” (since 1962) Secretary of the Rule (from 1962), deputy of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR from the 7th to 9th convocations, he was awarded two Orders of Lenin, the Order of the October Revolution, two other orders, and also medals. The author of novels “The Light of a distant star” (1962), “The Bride” (1966). The most important work is the novel The Blockade (Book 1-5, 1968-75, Lenin Prize 1978), which gives a broad picture of the battle for Leningrad, explores the historical significance of this battle in the general course of the war, shows the moral and political superiority of Soviet soldiers over the enemy. Chakovsky also appears as a sharp publicist (the book “Blessed are the poor in spirit?”, 1970). Editor-in-chief of the journal “Foreign Literature” (1955-1963) and “Literary Gazette” (since 1962). Secretary of the Board of the USSR SP (since 1962). Member of the Supreme Soviet of the



USSR 7-9-th convocation. He was awarded two Orders of Lenin, the Order of the October Revolution, two other orders, as well as medals. The author of novels “The Light of a distant star” (1962), “The Bride” (1966). The most important work is the novel The Blockade (Book 1-5, 1968-75, Lenin Prize 1978), which gives a broad picture of the battle for Leningrad, explores the historical significance of this battle in the general course of the war, shows the moral and political superiority of Soviet soldiers over the enemy. Chakovsky also appears as a sharp publicist (the book “Blessed are the poor in spirit?”, 1970). Editor-in-chief of the journal “Foreign Literature” (1955-1963) and “Literary Gazette” (since 1962). Secretary of the Board of the USSR SP (since 1962). Member of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR 7-9-th convocation. He was awarded two Orders of Lenin, the Order of the October Revolution, two other orders, as well as medals. The most important work is the novel The Blockade (Book 1-5, 1968-75, Lenin Prize 1978), which gives a broad picture of the battle for Leningrad, explores the historical significance of this battle in the general course of the war, shows the moral and political superiority of Soviet soldiers over the enemy. Chakovsky also appears as a sharp publicist (the book “Blessed are the poor in spirit?”, 1970). Editor-in-chief of the journal “Foreign Literature” (1955-1963) and “Literary Gazette” (since 1962). Secretary of the Board of the USSR SP (since 1962). Member of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR 7-9-th convocation. He was awarded two Orders of Lenin, the Order of the October Revolution, two other orders, as well as medals. The most important work is the novel The Blockade (Book 1-5, 1968-75, Lenin Prize 1978), which gives a broad picture of the battle for Leningrad, explores the historical significance of this battle in the general course of the war, shows the moral and political superiority of Soviet soldiers over the enemy. Chakovsky also appears as a sharp publicist (the book “Blessed are the poor in spirit?”, 1970). Editor-in-chief of the journal “Foreign Literature” (1955-1963) and “Literary Gazette” (since 1962). Secretary of the Board of the USSR SP (since 1962). Member of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR 7-9-th convocation. He was awarded two Orders of Lenin, the Order of the October Revolution, two other orders, as well as medals. the historical significance of this battle is analyzed in the general course of the war, the moral and political superiority of Soviet soldiers over the enemy is shown. Chakovsky also appears as a sharp publicist (the book “Blessed are the poor in spirit?”, 1970). Editor-in-chief of the journal “Foreign Literature” (1955-1963) and “Literary Gazette” (since 1962). Secretary of the Board of the USSR SP (since 1962). Member of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR 7-9-th convocation. He was awarded two Orders of Lenin, the Order of the October Revolution, two other orders, as well as medals. the historical significance of this battle is analyzed in the general course of the war, the moral and political superiority of Soviet soldiers over the enemy is shown. Chakovsky also appears as a sharp publicist (the book “Blessed are the poor in spirit?”, 1970). Editor-in-chief of the journal “Foreign Literature” (1955-1963) and “Literary Gazette” (since 1962). Secretary of the Board of the USSR SP (since 1962). Member of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR 7-9-th convocation. He was awarded two Orders of Lenin, the Order of the October Revolution, two other orders, as well as medals.



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Biography Alexander Chakovsky