Russian Authors

Russian Authors

Russian Authors
Contemporary Russian authorsNot so many writers can be called “children’s” in Russian literature. Some writers came to the world of children’s literature from research activities, politics, complex translations of foreign literature. Cognitive and at the same time colorful narratives in the halo of goodness are a distinctive feature of the works of naturalist writers: Vitaly Bianki, Igor Ivanovich Akimushkin, Mikhail Mikhailovich Prishvin, Evgeny Charushin and many other talented authors of the XIX-XX centuries. Nikolai Nikolayevich Nosov absolutely realized the genuine children’s interest in a sharp and lively story in a close and understandable way for the children in his stories and the legendary trilogy about Dunno. Nosov’s ingenious approach to writing, which consisted of a detailed and understandable presentation of complex concepts (both social and technical) can be seen in the colorful creative activity of Pavel Petrovich Bazhov, children’s stories of Kuprin, Korney Chukovsky, poetry of Nekrasov. The beauty of the syllable and emphasis on the developing meaning of each word is the law in the prose of Maxim Gorky. The importance for the development of children’s imagination of Agni Barto’s poems can hardly be overestimated, and Sergei Mikhalkov’s rhymed syllable mesmerizes in fables, poems and plays.

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