Teleuke, Viktor Gavrilovich

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Teleuke, Viktor Gavrilovich

 

Born Jan. 19, 1933, in the village of Chepeleutsy, in what is now Brichany Raion. Soviet Moldavian poet. Member of the CPSU since 1964.

Teleuke graduated from Kishinev Pedagogical Institute in 1958. His collection of lyric verse concerned with the topical questions of modern life include High Water (1960), From the Four Corners of the World (1964), Verses (1966), Deer Island (1966; awarded the B. Glavan Prize of the Moldavian SSR), Taming of the Fire (1971), and Heroism (1973). Teleuke has also translated the works of J. Rainis, Byron, and P. P. Ershov. His poetry has been translated into various languages of the USSR.

WORKS

In Russian translation:
Solnechnye statui. Kishinev, 1968.

REFERENCES

Chimpoi, M. “Na putiakh obnovleniia.” Druzhba narodov, 1967, no. 12.
Parkhomovskii, P. “Doroga k udacham.” Druzhba narodov, 1970, no. 1.
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