Zinaida Tulub

Tulub, Zinaida Pavlovna


Born Nov. 16 (28), 1890, in Kiev; died there Sept. 26,1964. Soviet Ukrainian writer.

In 1913, Tulub graduated from the Advanced Courses for Women in Kiev. She began publishing in 1910. Among her most important works are a novella in Russian, At the Crossroads (1916), and two historical novels in Ukrainian: Hunters of Men (vols. 1–2, 1934–37), which is set in the Ukraine of the early 17th century, and On the Boundless Steppe Beyond the Urals (1964), which deals with T. G. Shevchenko’s life in exile. Tulub also wrote poems, plays (in Russian), and screenplays and translated Ukrainian and foreign writers into Russian.


In Russian translation:
Sagaidachnyi. Moscow, 1962.


Syrotiuk, M. Zinaida Tulub. Kiev, 1968.
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Armed with a wealth of detailed biographical information about Shevchenko, Zinaida Tulub created a thrilling portrait of the poet that is both historically accurate and artistically convincing.
Depicting the first period of Shevchenko's exile in a detailed, comprehensive manner, Zinaida Tulub adheres strictly to the historical timeline, tracing step by step the path that fate had in store for the exiled poet.