Gerasim Pileš

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Gerasim Pileš
Born Харлампьев Герасим Дмитриевич
(1913-02-02)February 2, 1913
Man Toktash village, Russia
Died November 2, 2003(2003-11-02) (aged 90)
Cheboksary, Chuvashia, USSR
Pen name Gerasim Pileš
Occupation Writer, playwright, sculptor, painter
Language Chuvash
Nationality Chuvash
Notable works Beautiful morning
Love don't die
Small tales

Gerasim Pileš (Chuvash & Russian: Харлампьев Герасим Дмитриевич, February 2, 1913, Man Toktash village, Russia – November 2, 2003, Cheboksary, Chuvash Republic, Russia) – a Soviet Chuvash writer playwright, sculptor, painter.

Biography[edit]

Pileš was born on February 2, 1913 in the village Man Toktash of the Alikovsky District, Chuvash Republic.

He studied in Bolshetoktashsky initial, Hodorsky eight-year schools, in rabfac in Nizhny Novgorod, the Moscow art technical school. Pilesh was called up for involuntary military service and took part in the Great Patriotic War. G. Harlampyev. He worked in the Chuvash book publishing house, and worked as the director of an art gallery.

Pileš died on November 2, 2003 in Cheboksary, (Chuvash Republic, Russia).

Creative activity[edit]

Pileš came to the Chuvash literature as the master of short plays, children's stories. Then Gerasim Dmitriyevich wrote stories and novels. At the Chuvash theaters and nowadays with pleasure put plays "Kăмăл уçăлсан" ("The desire birth") ", Çурхи кĕвĕсем" (Spring motives), "Yurata вилĕмсĕр" ("The love is immortal"). The drama "The love is immortal" showed on a scene of the Ukrainian state drama theater in Kiev.

Gerasim Dmitriyevich participated in art exhibitions, wrote sketches about the Chuvash artists M. Spiridonov and N. Sverchkov.

He cooperated actively with Kapkan's magazine.

Famous works[edit]

  • "Илемлĕ ир" /Beautiful morning
  • "Юрату вилĕмсĕр" / Love don't die
  • "Йăлтăр çăлкуç" / Brilliant spring
  • "Тăрнасен ташши" / Crane's dance
  • "Пĕчĕк çеç юмахсем" / Small tales
  • "Иртнĕ çулсенче" / In past years
  • "Ытарайми çĕршывра" / In native country
  • "Вăрман юрри" / Forest song

Literature[edit]

  • "Аликовская энциклопедия" (Alikovo District), editing: Efimov L.A., Efimov E.L., Anan'ev A. A., Terent'ev G. K., Cheboksary, 2009, ISBN 978-5-7670-1630-3.
  • "Чăваш литературин антологийĕ", editing: D. V. Gordeev, J. A. Silem, Cheboksary, 2003. ISBN 5-7670-1279-2 .
  • П. Афанасьев, "Писатели Чувашии", Cheboksary, 2006

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