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Memorial Board to Varlam Shalamov to be Set up in Moscow
24.10.2012 13:14
Memorial Board to Varlam Shalamov to be Set up in Moscow
Varlam Shalamov

 Moscow commission on perpetuating the memory of outstanding events and figures of history and culture has approved the initiative of installing a memorial board to the writer and poet Varlam Shalamov (1907-1982). 

      This year marks the 105th anniversary since the writer’s birth and 30th anniversary since his death.

      It is supposed that the board will be set in 2013 on House 8 in Chisty Lane, where Shalamov lived in the mid 1930s and started his literary activities. Varlam Shalamov is the author of a set of collections of poems and stories about GULAG.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Varlam Shalamov GULAG Monuments to People   

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