Nikolai Yut

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Nikoláj Jákovlevič Jut (Chuvash: Николай Ют & Russian: Ют Николай Яковлевич, July 30, 1898 in village Siner of Alikovsky District, Chuvash Republic (Russia) - March 27, 1967 in Shumerlya (Chuvash:Çĕмĕрле) town, Chuvash Republic) was a Chuvash writer, folklorist and literature critic[1].

USSR writers Union’s member (1934).

Biography[change | edit source]

Nikolai Yut was born on July 30, 1898 in the village Siner (now it's in Alikovsky District, Chuvash Republic), Russia. Yut was in the Russian Civil War and World War II. He was repressed in 1937. Soon he was rehabilitated (1956).

Writer died on March 27, 1967 in Shumerlya (Chuvash:Çĕмĕрле) town, Chuvash Republic.

Literature[change | edit source]

  • L. I. Yefimov, "Alikovsky District" ("Элĕк Енĕ"), Alikovo, 1994.
  • Zolotov A.A., Murakhaeva (Zolotova) S.A., "Принципам не изменили", Alikovo-Cheboksary, 1898.
  • Zolotov A.A., Zolotov V. A., Zolotov V. T., "Николалай Яковлевич Золотов. К 110-летию со дня рождения, к 85-летию со дня организации Союза писателей "Канаш", Cheboksary, "Новое время", 2008.

References[change | edit source]

  1. Chuvash encyclopaedia

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