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Writer Kandrat Krapiva

(Кандрат Кандратавіч Крапіва — сапраўднае прозвішча Атраховіч)

(Belarusian Playwright, Poet, & Satirist; pen name of Kandrat Atrakhovich)

(February 22, 1896 * — January 7, 1991)

( * Julian: March 5, 1896)


Photo Credit (1944): Кандрат Крапіва: Збор твораў у шасці тамах,
(volume 1, pub. 1997, unnumbered pages after page 224).

[ Photo: Writer Kandrat Krapiva, 1944 ]


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Biographical sketch from Like Water, Like Fire: An Anthology of Byelorussian Poetry from 1828 to the Present Day


[ Postage Stamp: Writer Kandrat Krapiva, 1996 ]



Excerpts from A History of Byelorussian Literature (Die Literatur der Weissrussen): From its Origins to the Present Day:


Пятрусь Броўка, Якуб Колас, Кандрат Крапіва, і Аркадзь Куляшоў. 1947 г.

(Pyatrus' Brouka, Yakub Kolas, Kandrat Krapiva, and Arkadz' Kulyashou)




Photo Credit: Кандрат Крапіва: Збор твораў у шасці

[Photo: Writer Kandrat Krapiva, 1947 ]



Excerpt from Belarusian Literature in the 1950s and 1960s, chapter, "The Fifties -- Emerging from Darkness":



[ Illustration (cover): Kandrat Krapiva's Fables  ]

Illustration Source: Кандрат Крапіва: Байкі ( Kandrat Krapiva: Fables; 1996), cover.


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