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  • Author: Arkady Gaydar Sankar Roy D. Dubinsky
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  • Page: 324
  • Format: Hardcover

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  1. Arkadi Petrovich Golikov, better known as Arkadiy Gaidar Russian , was a Soviet writer, whose stories were very popular among Soviet children.He was born in Lgov town, Imperial Russia now in Kursk Oblast, Russia , to a family of a teacher Gaidar spent his childhood in Arzamas In August of 1918 Gaidar became a member of the Bolsheviks, volunteering for the Red Army in December of that year, still aged only 14 During the Russian Civil War, at the age of 16 he became commander of a regiment He participated in the suppression of several anti communist uprisings, among them the Antonovshchina uprising On several occasions Gaidar was wounded in combat He retired from the army in 1924 due to a contusion A year later, Gaidar began publishing his literary works His story RVS 1926 defined his further life in many respects Gaidar found his vocation in writing children s literature, telling stories of front line camaraderie and the romanticism of the revolutionary struggle His story Timur and his squad 1940 made Gaidar famous The character Timur was named after and partially based on Gaidar s son A captivating account of an altruistic pioneer youth gave birth to the mass Timur movement among Young Pioneers and other child organizations all over the Soviet Union.In the first days of the Great Patriotic War Gaidar was sent to the front as a special correspondent for Komsomolskaya Pravda In the fall of 1941, Gaidar and other soldiers were surrounded by the German troops He joined the partisans and became a machine gunner On October 26, Gaidar died in combat.He was interred in the town of Kanev, where a monument honoring him was erected in 1953 Gaidar was awarded two orders and several medals.

  2. We know little of world literature It is not entirely our fault Very few of the books written in other languages are translated or distributed One of the offshoots of Communism was the availability of Russian literature Beautifully produced and translated books in Russian were available at subsidised rates to us Through one such agency that specialised in Russian Literature Punjab Book Centre I read many wonderful books by Pushkin, Nikolai Gogol, Anton Chekov, Fyodor Dosteovsky, Maxim Gorky We m [...]

  3. Have read the malayalam version of Chuk and Huckwhich was published by Progress publishers MoscowOne of the reason why I love USSR than India Excellent entertainer for kids I should thank the Communist tie up between Kerala and USSR, to bring such a wonderful book to be printed in our own languageOne of the best memory of my childhoodThanks to Arkady GaidarCurrently I own the original copy which I read 30 years back, and I managed to get 2 new copies, which was a reprint by Mathrubhumi booksHad [...]

  4. Chuck and Geck are two little boys who live with their mother in Moscow, while their father works far away, deep in the taiga One winter, when a letter arrives from Father to say that there s too much work to allow him to come to Moscow to visit them, the two brothers are very disappointed until they are told the second part of the missive that Chuck, Geck and Mother should go to Father instead And this sets the three of them especially Chuck who collects every little bit of possibly handy thing [...]

  5. My uncle gifted this book Its translation in Marathi when I was 9 years old I could say this book made me a ardent reader I read it so many times I could not remember Somehow it was lost when we shifted to another town It was a lost treasure for me I searched on Google in 2005 and find the English version I find the some guys who were also fan of this book and through blogs, search we find a person who had a copy of Marathi version understanding our anxiety he scanned and send it to our facebook [...]

  6. Propaganda, which means 1 star ok, it means 0 star, but there s no such option P Kids could probably like the plot, but I still think there shouldn t be propaganda in children s books.