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In the Volgograd region has published a trilogy Eugene Kulkin

News — Volgograd 15.05.2019 at 15:00

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Trilogy Eugenia Kulkin "Mania", issued by the state institution of culture "Publisher" dedicated to the 90th anniversary of the author, who did not survive to this date only a few days. Roman "Mania" consists of three parts: "Magic", "Mafia", "Suit". The events unfolding in Russia at the end of the last century.

Volgograd Known writer Eugene Kulkin died 11 may not live to see his birthday just a few days — may 15, he would have turned 90 years old. Evgeny Alexandrovich — member of the Supreme creative Council of the Union of writers of Russia, head of the Volgograd branch of the Center of spiritual culture. Admiral Fyodor Ushakov, an Honorary citizen of the Volgograd region, laureate of the State prize of the Volgograd region, the prize "Imperial culture" prize of the USSR.

Eugene Kulkin holds a special place in the galaxy of the Volgograd writers. His name — creative bright page in the history of the region. He treasured the traditions and customs of the don Cossacks, increasing the wealth of the native language. The writer is full of colorful Cossack household flavor.

At the beginning of his creative activity, he announced himself as a poet, followed by publishing prose in the magazine "Our contemporary", "Neva", "Banner". From the pen of the laureate of many literary awards, including the all-Russian award "Stalingrad", a large literary award of the Union of writers of Russia, published dozens of works. Among them — the trilogy "Mortal sin", "Hazaran" and "the betrothed", novels about the battle of Stalingrad, Tsaritsyn historical past, the tale of the Cossack childhood. In gorodishchensky area name Eugene Kulkin is one of the rural libraries.

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