Tamaz Chiladze

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Tamaz Chiladze
თამაზ ჭილაძე
Born 1931 (1931) (age 86)
Batumi, Georgia
Occupation Writer, Dramatist.

Tamaz Chiladze (Georgian: თამაზ ჭილაძე) (born in 1931) is a Georgian writer, dramatist and poet. He is the elder brother of a Georgian writer Otar Chiladze.[1]

Biography[edit]

Chiladze was born to the family of an economist and a writer in 1931 in Batumi, Georgia. He graduated from the Department of Philology of Tbilisi State University in 1954. In the same year, Chiladze published his first collection of poems. Ciskari magazine printed his first story, Taking the Walk with the Pony Phaeton. In 1965, his play The Aquarium was staged at the Rustaveli Theater. He had since been recognized as the author of the anthology of Georgian classical dramaturgy. According to the author, the first critic of his writings was his mother, who was a poet herself.[2]

Works and awards[edit]

Chiladze's works have been translated into different languages. He was awarded several prizes, among them the Shota Rustaveli National Prize and the First Prize of West German Broadcasting for the radio-play The Paradise Quartet.

Novels[edit]

Poems[edit]

  • The Sun Dial
  • The Memory
  • The December Sun
  • The Noon

Plays[edit]

  • The Debutante's Role
  • The Eighth Floor Nest
  • The Aroma Grass of Arabia
  • The Day We Met
  • The Farewell to Lions

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Otar Chiladze: Biography". Retrieved 24 May 2011. 
  2. ^ Maia Zavrashvili (11 April 2011). "Rustaveli Theater event focuses on Tamaz Chiladze". Georgian Daily. Retrieved 24 May 2011.