Dubovka, Vladimir

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Dubovka, Vladimir Nikolaevich

 

Born July 2 (15), 1900, in the village of Ogorudniki, now Postavy Raion, Vitebsk Oblast. Soviet Byelorussian poet.

In 1924, Dubovka graduated from the V. la. Briusov Higher Institute of Literature and the Arts. His works, published since 1921, include verses, narrative poems, tales, novellas, and essays on language and literature. Dubovka has translated the works of A. S. Pushkin, V. Syrokomla, Byron, and Shakespeare into Byelorussian. Dubovka, who now lives in Moscow, has been awarded two orders and various medals.

WORKS

Vybranyia tvory, vol. 1-2. Minsk, 1965.
Zhoutaia akatsyia. Minsk, 1967.
Kazki, Minsk, 1968.
Ganna Alel’ka. Minsk, 1969.
In Russian translation:
Zolotaia rannitsa. Leningrad, 1961.
Milovitsa. Minsk, 1962.
Polesskaia rapsodiia. Leningrad, 1967.
Zheltaia akatsiia. Moscow, 1970.

REFERENCE

Buhaeu, D. Uladzimir Dubouka. Krytyka-biiagrafichny narys. Minsk, 1965.
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