Rygor Ivanovich Borodulin

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Borodulin, Rygor Ivanovich

 

(also, Grigorii I. Borodulin). Born Feb. 24, 1935, in the village of Gorodok in Ushachi Raion, Vitebsk Oblast. Soviet Byelorussian poet.

Borodulin graduated from the V. I. Lenin Byelorussian University in 1959. His works have been published since 1954. His verses are dedicated to Soviet youth, love, and friendship. His collections include Moon Over the Steppe (1959) and To Turn Green, to Blossom, and to Ripen (1961).

WORKS

Nagibom. Minsk, 1963.
Nerush. Minsk, 1966.
Adam i Eva. Minsk, 1968.
In Russian translation:
Tselinograd. Moscow, 1961.
Aist na kryshe: Stikhi. Moscow, 1966.
Liniia peremeny dat. Moscow, 1969.
lsbrannaia lirika. Moscow, 1969.

REFERENCES

Efimov, F. “Vosvrashchenie k istokam.” Druzhba narodov, 1967, no. 6.
Efimov, F. “Iazyk veshchei.” Neman, 1967, no. 1.
Shkliarevskii, I. “Lesnoe ekho poeta.” (Literary portrait.) Literaturnaia gazeta, June 26, 1968.
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