Summary Ivanov V. V

Summary Ivanov V. V


Vsevolod Vyacheslavovich Ivanov (12 (24) February 1895, Lebyazhye settlement of Semipalatinsk province, now Kazakhstan – August 15, 1963, Moscow) is a Soviet writer.
Born in the family of a teacher. Ivanov’s youth was held in Western Siberia; he did not finish school, he was forced to make a living early, mastered various professions (a typewriter, a sailor, a circus clown). He was published since 1915. In 1921 he moved to Petrograd, was a member of the proletarian group of writers Kosmist. Then – a member of the association “Serapion Brothers.”
During the war, a front-line correspondent for the newspaper Izvestia.
The novels “The Partisans” (1921), “The Colored Winds” (1921), “The Armored Train 14-69” (1922, the same play of 1927), the fantastic stories (“Sisyphus, the son of Aeolus”, etc.) Blue Sands “(1922),” The Kremlin “(1929, published in 1981),” U “(published in 1982 in the USSR, in 1988), autobiographical works -” The Fakir’s Adventures ” (1935), “We Go to India” (1957), “The History of My Books” (1958), and others.



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Summary Ivanov V. V