প্রথম শিকার

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  • Title: প্রথম শিকার
  • Author: Vitaly Bianki Виталий Бианки Victor Kirillov Hayat Mamud
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  • Page: 469
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    • [KINDLE] ✓ প্রথম শিকার | by ☆ Vitaly Bianki Виталий Бианки Victor Kirillov Hayat Mamud
      Vitaly Bianki Виталий Бианки Victor Kirillov Hayat Mamud

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    1. Vitaly Bianki Виталий Бианки Victor Kirillov Hayat Mamud says:

      Vitaly Valentinovich Bianki Russian , 11 February 1894, St Petersburg 10 June 1959, Leningrad was a popular children s writer and a prolific author of books on nature.Bianchi s father was Valentin Lvovich Bianchi 1857 1920 , an entomologist and curator at the Zoological Museum of the Russian Academy of Sciences His three sons were at home in its halls On a summer vacation Vitaly Bianchi went on his first forestry trip, and became a passionate outdoorsman He graduated from the Natural Science Department of the Physical and Mathematical Faculty of Petrograd University in 1916 with a specialization in ornithology, as well as studies in art at the St Petersburg Art Institute to assist with the drawing of plants and animals.Bianchi served in the army in 1916 and joined the Socialist Revolutionary Party in 1917 In 1917 moved to Biysk, where he was forced into the army of the Kolchak royalists He deserted and lived under a false name Vitaly Belyanin until the eventual expulsion of the Kolchak regime His double name Bianki Belyanin remained on his passport until the end of his life He worked for the Commission for the Protection of Monuments of Tsarskoye Selo, and was sent in spring 1918 to Siberia and the Volga, where he worked in the summer of 1918 in Samara for the newspaper People .After the Soviets came to power, Bianki worked in Biysk in the Department of Education at a regional museum where he served as director He also worked as a school teacher for Comintern III He was arrested twice in 1921, and in fear of further arrest, he moved his family in 1922 to Petrograd.Career.Bianchi participated in scientific expeditions on the Volga, Altai Krai, Urals and Kazakhstan and brought back copious scientific notes, about which he wrote They were lying like a dead weight on my soul They as at the Zoological Museum has been meeting the many dead animals in the dry record of facts, it was a forest, animals stagnation of immobility, no birds flew and did not sing Then again, as in childhood, painfully wanted to find a word that would revive them magically compelled to come to life In 1923, Bianchi began to publish a natural calendar in the Leningrad magazine Sparrow later New Robinson This publication became a prototype of his later Forest newspapers every year 1927 In those years he became associated with a literary club, where writers of children s literature gathered This included the writers Chukovsky, Zhitkov and Marshak Soon afterward his story The Red Sparrow Traveling was published in the magazine Sparrow Bianki s first published book for children was titled Whose nose is better 1923 His voluminous Forest Newspaper for Every Year 1st edition, 1928 is a peculiar encyclopedia of forest life and forest inhabitants.At the end of 1925, Bianki was arrested again on suspicion of subversive activity and sentenced to three years of exile in Uralsk In the spring of 1928, he was released to return to Leningrad In November 1932 was arrested again, but was released after three and a half weeks for lack of evidence In March 1935 he was arrested as an active member of the armed uprising against Soviet rule and taken to the Aktobe region, but was released after intercession by Maxim Gorky s ex wife, Yekaterina Peshkova In 1941 he returned to Leningrad Because of poor health he was not drafted to serve in the army for World War II, but was evacuated to the Urals After the war he returned again to Leningrad.Vitaly Bianki died in Leningrad and was buried in the Bogoslovskoe cemetery The body of his work consists of over three hundred short stories, fairy tales, stories and articles, which make up 120 books One of his students and followers was Nikolai Sladkov, an author of books about nature.

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    1. when i see something eye soothing, it feels like just to eat that, seems like the beauty will live in my brain spaces forever and evere illustrations are too good just fell in love with those i wish to eat the pages _


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