“Person-standard” died a cult writer, which a whole generation

"Человек-эталон": умер культовый писатель, на котором выросло целое поколение

today, 09:12

On December 25 at the age of 95 years died a famous Soviet and Russian writer Vladimir Bushin. The cause of death of publicist yet unknown.

“Bushin — a man-the standard. Among the many chaotic, change-filled contemporary phenomena should be standards,” said writer Alexander Prokhanov.

He also called the journalist an example to all who aspire to “ethical perfection, impeccable literary style, purity and sublimity of thoughts”.

Help. Vladimir Bushin was born on 24 Jan 1924. In 1951 he graduated from the Literary Institute named after Gorky, and later the Moscow Institute of law.

"Человек-эталон": умер культовый писатель, на котором выросло целое поколение

Vladimir Bushin

Popular articles now

The best jokes on Thursday 26 December will set the right mood

Go porn: Robert Pattinson made a surprise announcement about the new “Batman”

From the card PrivatBank began to disappear money: clients have provided the evidence

No TV: the Ukrainians shut off the television, set the date of the

Show more

After receiving higher education, he worked in the “Literary Gazette”, “Literature and life”, the journals “Young guard” and “Friendship of peoples”, and from the late ‘ 80s were published in the Newspapers “Day”, “Tomorrow”, “Soviet Russia”, “True”, “Patriot”, “Zipper”, “Duel” and “Their names”.

In their publications Bushin often defended the ideals of the USSR and criticized Russian politicians. Among his most famous works, “the Unknown Solzhenitsyn”, “Evil slander on a great Victory”, “Schemers. Who is waiting for Kolyma” and “Russia. Stalin. Stalingrad. Great Victory and great defeat.”

We will remind that in to Odessa departed this life Ukrainian actor Vitaly Abramovich Doroshenko.

As reported by the portal Znayu died fashion designer Emmanuel Ungaro, who has dressed the most famous women in the world.

The portal also Znayu wrote that the author of the hit Popcorn from “Well, pogodi!” Gershon Kingsley.

Share Button