Strada Ivan Vasilenko

Strada Ivan Vasilenko (fosta Щорса)
Ivan Dmitrievich Vasilenko (Russian: Иван Дмитриевич Василенко, January 20, 1895-May 26, 1966), was a Russian Soviet children’s books author. The literary talent of Vasilenko was discovered by Russian writer Vikenty Veresaev in 1937. All of his tales and stories written for 30 years of creative life, such as Magic Box, Childhood of the Actor, The Little Mouse, The Gordian Knot, Cocks, Green Trunk, Golden Shoes, Sunrise is only Once a Day, Merimes Watch, Family Council, Misha and Masha and others, were reissued by local, republican and central publishing houses and used large popularity both for children and for adults.
In 1949, Vasilenko was awarded a State Stalin Prize for the story “The Little Star” about life of trade school’s students. Many books have been translated into 27 languages of USSR nations, and into Czech, German, Polish, Bulgarian, Romanian, French and English languages. His works The Little Star, Artyomka in the Circus, Magic Box, Golden Shoes were filmed and released as motion pictures. He died in Taganrog on May 26, 1966.


Иван Дмитриевич Василенко родился 8 (20) января 1895 года в селе (ныне город Макеевка Донецкой области Украины) в семье волостного писаря. Через 7 лет семья Василенко переехала в Таганрог.
Писатель-педагог пишет о детях и для детей. Имя его пользуется заслуженной популярностью среди юных читателей. В годы Великой Отечественной войны писатель работал в армейской печати. Одновременно им было написано несколько повестей и рассказов для детей («План жизни», «Приказ командира», «Живая вода», «Повесть о зелёном сундучке» и др.). И. Д. Василенко умер 29 мая 1966 года в Таганроге. Похоронен на старом городском кладбище.


Această stradă se află în sectorul Centru. Are o lungime de 450 m., uneşte Piaţa Naţiunilor Unite cu bd. Dacia în apropierea pieţii Ovidiu. Strada Ion Vatamanu (fosta Герцена).
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