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Great Russian Poetess Bella Akhmadulina Passes Away (video)
29.11.2010 21:42
Great Russian Poetess Bella Akhmadulina Passes Away (video)
Bella Akhmadulina

Well-known Russian poetess Bella Akhmadulina, aged 73, has died today in Peredelkino (the Moscow Region).
      
      Bella (Izabella) Akhatovna Akhmadulina was born on April, 10th, 1937 in Moscow. She started writing poetry from childhood. After finishing school Bella entered the Literary Institute, and started to get her works published in literary journals as a student yet. Along with poetry she was into journalism and wrote essays.
      
      In 1959 Bella Akhmadulina was expelled from the institute for her refusal to participate in persecution of Boris Pasternak, but was reinstated later.
      Her first book "The String" was published in 1962.
      
      In 1989 Bella Akhmadulinas book of poetry The Garden was favoured with the State Award of the USSR. In 1997 the Order of Merit for the Fatherland was conferred on the poetess.
      
      
      
      Source: rosbalt.ru
      
Author: Vera Manykina


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