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Creative Evening with Anatoly Butevich

Creative Evening with Anatoly Butevich
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June 19
"Labyrinth" gallery (3rd floor)

A creative evening with Anatoly Butevich, timed to his 70th anniversary, will be held on June 19 in the Library.

This event dedicated to Anatoly Butevich, writer, journalist, state and public figure, deputy chairman of the Belarusian Culture Foundation will be held within the framework of the project "My Family Is My Motherland".

The main theme of the writer's works is the historical past of his native land. He takes events and facts from reliable sources and documents and he describes them as if he lived himself in those times and saw everything with his own eyes.

Anatoly Butevich is the author of the books of historical prose. He is also known as a translator to the Russian language of works by Belarusian authors, and in Belarusian - by foreign writers (Eliza Ozheshko, Bohuslav Radziwill, Stanislav Lem). For more than two decades, one of the main priorities of the writer's work remains works for children, including the history of the homeland.

    At the event, the National Library of Belarus will present a book exhibition reflecting the many-sided work of Anatoly Butevich.

The event will begin at 4 pm in the Labyrinth Gallery (3rd floor).

For more info: (+375 17) 266 37 37, 293 28 23.

See also: A Very Belarusian Person: Anatoly Butevich Has Celebrated His 70th Anniversary


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