A book exhibition dedicated to the 110th anniversary of Belarusian writer Maxim Luzhanin (1909–2001) runs in the Belarusian literature hall (205), from October 15 to December 27.
Maxim Luzhanin (Alexander Karatay) –is a patriarch of Belarusian literature. His heritage is extremely rich: poems, novels and short stories, critical essays and works for children, memoirs, notes about the language, movie scripts and translations. Though writing in different genres, the author remained faithful to poetry. Luzhanin’s verses reveal the essence of complex phenomena, the fate of one person through the fate of an entire generation and the history of the country.
The exhibition presents the collections of the author’s poetry and prose; critical essays and memoirs; literary translations of Pushkin, Mayakovsky, Mickiewicz, Griboedov, Gogol, Fadeev and other wroetrs into the Belarusian language, as well as essays of critics and biographers about the life and work of Maxim Luzhanin.
About 220 publications are on display.
The opening hours of the exhibition correspond to the library’s opening hours.
Admission is by library card or by ticket of the library's social and cultural center. Information and tickets may be obtained at the registration desk.
For more info: (+375 17) 293 27 16.
Special Collections Service Department
All books presented at the exhibition are available in the e-Catalog.