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The trace on the earth

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From April 8th to April 25th at the Belarusian Literature Reading Room (room 205) is open an anniversary exhibition “The trace on the earth” dedicated to the 90th birthday of Belarusian writer and journalist Aleksey Karpiuk.

The honored cultural worker (1980) and laureate of I. Melezh Literary Prize (1986) Aleksey Karpiuk is a colorful figure of Belarusian national literature, a man with an amazing biography who survived and went through everything that the fate predetermined for his generation. He began his literary career being a well-experienced person. He is a writer whose creativity was inspired by life itself: his works are rich in real situations, events and facts.

The exposition presents the literary heritage of Aleksey Karpiuk: collections of short stories, novels, essays, diaries etc. These books are displayed at the section of the exhibition “The minstrel of the native land”.

The section “The truthful language of life” presents works by the author published in periodicals and collections of works by various writers.

The literary heritage of Aleksey Karpiuk translated into other languages is displayed in the particular section “Openness and sincerity”.

The last section is dedicated to the writer’s personality. It presents materials on the course of life of Aleksey Karpiuk, including works by researchers V. Kovalenko, S. Anderyuk, P. Dyubaylo, V. Kolesnik and others.

Contact phone number: (+375-17) 293-27-16.


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