Pavel Chagat-Stroev

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Chagat-Stroev, Pavel Aleksandrovich


(pen name of P. A. Trepikhin). Born 1887 in the village of Myiuta, in what is now Shebalino Raion, Gorno-Altai Autonomous Oblast; died 1938. Soviet Altai writer. In his publicist writings and poetry, Chagat-Stroev was inspired by the goals of socialist revolution. He wrote the narrative poems The Wise Batyr (1925), which was devoted to V. I. Lenin, and Kara-Korum (1927), which portrayed the revolutionary movement in the Altai. His works also include primers for Altai schools.

Chagat-Stroev was a member of the All-Russian Central Executive Committee, representing the Gorno-Altai Autonomous Oblast.


Üch jüzun kozhong. Ulala, 1929.
Ulgerlerle tuuji̡lar. Gorno-Altaisk, 1958.
In Russian translation:
[Stikhotvoreniia.] In the collection Poety Gornogo Altaia. Novosibirsk, 1972.


Ocherki po istorii altaiskoi literatury. Gorno-Altaisk, 1969.
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