Gabdulla Amantay

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Gabdulla Amantay
Born Gabdulla Sahipgareevich Amantayev
(1907-07-23)23 July 1907
Upper Ilyasova village, Buzuluk uezd (county), Samar Governorate, Russian Empire (now Krasnogvardeysky District, Orenburg Oblast, Russia)
Died 7 October 1938(1938-10-07) (aged 31)
Ufa, Bashkir Republic, (now Bashkortostan, Russia)
Occupation poet, novelist, playwright, librettist
Ethnicity Bashkirs
Citizenship Russian Empire , USSR
Alma mater

Orenburg Bashkir Pedagogical College
Leningrad Institute of Philosophy and Linguistics(1928-1931)

madrassas Hussainiya
Notable works collection of poems, "Songs of Struggle", 1927

Gabdulla Amantay (Bashkir: Ғабдулла Амантай, born as Gabdulla Sahipgareevich Amantayev, 23 July 1907 – 10 October 1938), was a Bashkir poet, writer and playwright.

In 1937, he was arrested for his views on the protection of the people. He was rehabilitated posthumously, only in the 1990s.

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His scientific works are devoted to the principles of the definition of national literature, problems in the study of Bashkir folklore and literary language.[1]

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