Biography Dragunsky Victor Yuzefovich

(1913 – 1972)

Dragunsky Victor Yuzefovich (1913 – 1972), the prose writer.
Born November 17 (30 N. s.) In New York. Since 1935 he was an actor, then he directed the ensemble of literary and theatrical parody “The Blue Bird” (1948 – 1958).
Since 1940 he published feuilletons and humorous stories, later collected in the collection “Iron Character” (1960); writes songs, interludes, clownery, scenes for stage and circus.
In 1959 he appeared as the author of funny stories for children under the general title “Deniskin stories”. In 1961 the novel...“He fell on the grass” was published. In the 1960s, the writer’s books were printed one by one: “The Girl on the Ball”, “The Enchanted Letter”, “The Friend of Childhood”, “The Dog Reaver”, “Twenty Years Under the Bed,” “The Magic Force of Art,” etc. In the 1970s, e – “Red ball in the blue sky,” “Multicolored stories,” “Adventure,” etc. In 1980 he wrote a book “What I Love.” V. Dragunsky died in Moscow in 1972.
A short biography from the book: Russian writers and poets. A short biographical dictionary. Moscow, 2000.


Biography Dragunsky Victor Yuzefovich