Summary Dombrovsky Yu. About

Summary Dombrovsky Yu. About

Yuri Osipovich Dombrovsky (May 12, 1909, Moscow – May 29, 1978, Moscow) – Russian poet, novelist, literary critic.
He grew up in an intelligent family: his father – Joseph Vitalievich (Gedalevich) Dombrovsky, sworn attorney of the Jewish confession; mother – Lydia Alekseevna (born Krainev), Evangelical Lutheran confession, biologist.
In 1932, Yuri Osipovich graduated from the Higher Literary Courses (“Bryusov”).
In 1933 he was arrested and deported from Moscow to Alma-Ata.
The second arrest – in 1939: the term served in Kolyma camps.
In 1943 he was early, disability, released (returned to Alma-Ata). He worked in the theater. I read a course of lectures on V. Shakespeare.
The third arrest occurred in 1949. The place of detention is the Taishet Ozerlag. After his release (1955) he lived in Alma-Ata, then he was allowed to register in his native Moscow. He was engaged in literary work.
Fatal for the writer’s life was the novel “Faculty of unnecessary things”, which he started in 1964. In 1978, this novel was printed in Russian in France. In the same year, Yuri Osipovich, who just turned 69 years old, was fatally beaten near the TsDL restaurant. He died in the hospital on May 29, 1978.
The widow of Dombrovsky, Clara Fuzulaevna Turumova-Dombrovskaya (under her name appears in the novel “The Guardian of Antiquities”), at the cost of great material losses, achieved the publication of a six-volume writer in the 1990s.


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Summary Dombrovsky Yu. About