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In he began propaganda work for the Bolsheviks, and was exiled that November for four years to Manzurka village in Irkust province. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Throughout his lifetime, Gladkov rewrote passages of Cement both to suit contemporary political concerns and to fit with the Socialist Realist aesthetic established in He received the Stalin Prize in for his literary accomplishments, and is considered a classic writer of Soviet Socialist Realist literature.
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Gladkov’s first major novel after the revolution, titled Cementbecame a literary standard for socialist realist writing during the s; in various speeches to the Writers’ Congress in the USSR, Gladkov’s contemporaries upheld Cement as one of the key exemplars that authors should emulate in Soviet literature. Inby which time the Whites had been driven out, Gladkov was appointed as the head of education in the town.
In other projects Wikimedia Commons. In the spring of he returned to Novorssiisk to reorganise schools after the revolution in Octoberthough was forced into hiding when the Whites pro-monarchist forces captured the village in August of that year.
After the war, he was director of the Gorky Literary Institute in Moscow.
Retrieved 29 August This page was last edited on 24 Novemberat After completing his exile, Gladkov returned to Novorssiisk and to the Kuban where he was appointed the head of a primary school in Pavlovskaya.
Among other positions, he served as the editor of the newspaper Krasnoye Chernomoryesecretary of the journal Novy Mirspecial correspondent for Izvestiyaand director of the Maxim Gorky Literature Institute in Moscow from to Retrieved from ” https: Gladkov joined a Communist group inand in went to Tiflis now Tbilisi and was arrested there for revolutionary activities.
He then moved to Novorossiisk.
In he moved to Moscow where he was appointed as the head of a factory school, then ccemento of the journal Novy mir New World. InGladkov began propaganda work for the Social Revolutionary party in Chita, Irkutsk, joining the teachers’ institute of Tiflis in the following year. Feodor Vasilyevich Gladkov Russian: He was sentenced to three years’ exile.