From February 16th to March 15th, a book exhibition “The freedom of feelings” timed to the 70th birth anniversary of Taissa Bondar (1945–2005) runs in the Belarusian literature reading room (auditorium 205).
Taissa Bondar is an interesting and talented author, poet, prose writer, publicist, translator, public figure, former editor-in-chief of literary magazine Vsemirnaja literatura , head of the holding ”Litaratura I Mastactva” (“Literature and Art”), laureate of the Prize of the President of the Republic of Belarus “For Spiritual Revival” (2004). Her works are well-known not only in Belarus but abroad.
As a poetess Taissa Bondar was excited with the fate and happiness of the woman, love, a condition of the loving female soul. Her poetry is remarkable with a dramatic intensity and the sincerity which is often close to the confession. As a prose writer she was concerned with the state of women in society, the problems of a family, personal and common responsibility for every vital step, the duty and aspiration to escape from the framework of dullness, and search of the meaning of life.
The offered exhibition presents the literary heritage of Taissa Bondar: novels, short stories and poems, collections of verses and articles; her verses translated into Russian and Bulgarian along with translations made by the author from Moldavian, Rumanian and English languages; publications about the writer’s life and creative career.
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