An exhibition "Lots and Lots to Do" dedicated to the 70th anniversary of Anatoly Vorobei, Belarusian critic and literary critic, candidate of philological sciences, teacher, editor, member of the Writers' Union of Belarus, prizewinner of the V. Kolesnik Literary Prize, is taking place in the Belarusian Literature Reading Room (room 205) from August 4 to October 1.
Anatoly Vorobei researches Belarusian and Polish literature of the XX-XXI centuries, textual criticism, deals with issues of literary translation and relations. Anatoly Vorobei has been doing his best to collect, publish, interpret and popularize the legacy of famous Belarusian writers, such as M. Tank, V. Khadyka, P. Pestrak, A. Loiko and others. He is one of the most authoritative researchers of the writing of Vladimir Korotkevich, the main initiator, ideological inspirer and head of the 25-volume edition of the writer's heritage.
The scientific works by A. Vorobei are presented on the shelves of the exhibition in the section "Living Link of Time". Among them are "Belarusian-Russian Poetic Intertranslation of the 20s and 30s", "Maxim Tank and Polish Literature", "Vladimir Korotkevich: Life and Writing" and others.
The researcher's articles on a variety of problems of modern literary criticism, biographical essays, reviews, forewords and afterwards, comments on fiction supplement the section. There are also the books that have been published under Mr Vorobei's supervision as an editor-in-chief or a member of the editorial board.
"The Harmony of the Beauty and the Truth" is a section of the exhibition that introduces visitors to the life and creative path of Anatoly Vorobei.
The opening hours of the exhibition correspond to the library’s opening hours.
Admission is by a library card or by the Social and Cultural Center ticket.
For more info: (8 017) 293 27 16.
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