Sattar Erubaev

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Erubaev, Sattar


Born in 1914, in Village No. 21, in present-day Turkestan Raion, Chimkent Oblast; died June 2, 1937, in Alma-Ata. Soviet Kazakh writer.

In 1933, Erubaev graduated from the Leningrad Institute of Philosophy, Linguistics, and History. In the novel My Peers (1939; Russian translation, 1957), he describes the life and labor of the young people who built up Karaganda, the coal-producing center of Kazakhstan.


Shïgharmalarï. Alma-Ata, 1957.


Käkĭshev, T. “Sattar Erubaev.” In Voprosy kazakhskoi sovetskoi literatury, vol. 1. Alma-Ata, 1957. (The article is in Kazakh.)
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