Nikolai Virta

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Nikolai Yevgenyevich Virta (real name Karelsky) (December 19 1906 – January 3, 1976) was a Soviet writer who developed the theory of "conflictless" drama.wikipedia
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The Battle of Stalingrad (film)

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He was awarded the Stalin Prize for the novel in 1941, as he was for his plays Khleb nash nashushchny (Our Daily Bread) in 1948 and Zagovor obrechennykh (Conspiracy of the Condemned, a "virulently anti-American drama" ) in 1949 and for his script for the film Stalingradskaya bitva (The battle of Stalingrad) in 1950.
The script was written by Nikolai Virta.

USSR State Prize

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He was awarded the Stalin Prize for the novel in 1941, as he was for his plays Khleb nash nashushchny (Our Daily Bread) in 1948 and Zagovor obrechennykh (Conspiracy of the Condemned, a "virulently anti-American drama" ) in 1949 and for his script for the film Stalingradskaya bitva (The battle of Stalingrad) in 1950.
Nikolai Virta

Soviet Union

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Nikolai Yevgenyevich Virta (real name Karelsky) (December 19 1906 – January 3, 1976) was a Soviet writer who developed the theory of "conflictless" drama.

Tokaryovsky District

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Nikolai Virta was born in the village of Bolshaya Lazovka in Tambov Governorate, into the family of a village priest who was shot in 1921 as a supporter of Aleksandr Antonov.

Tambov Governorate

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Nikolai Virta was born in the village of Bolshaya Lazovka in Tambov Governorate, into the family of a village priest who was shot in 1921 as a supporter of Aleksandr Antonov.

Alexander Antonov (politician)

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Nikolai Virta was born in the village of Bolshaya Lazovka in Tambov Governorate, into the family of a village priest who was shot in 1921 as a supporter of Aleksandr Antonov.

Joseph Stalin

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In 1943 Joseph Stalin decided to allow publication of the Bible in Russia, and Virta was chosen as the censor for the project; he decided there were no deviations from Communist ideology and passed it without alteration.

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In 1943 Joseph Stalin decided to allow publication of the Bible in Russia, and Virta was chosen as the censor for the project; he decided there were no deviations from Communist ideology and passed it without alteration.

Union of Soviet Writers

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In 1954, as the result of a scandal, he was excluded from the Writers' Union, but he was reinstated in 1956.

Michael Glenny

In describing the "nadir of the Soviet theatre" between World War II and the death of Stalin, Michael Glenny writes:

Korney Chukovsky

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Kornei Chukovsky described Virta as follows in his diary entry for October 19, 1941:

Anna Orochko

In 1950 she received the Stalin Prize for her performance in Virta's "The Conspiracy of the Condemned".

Tikhon Khrennikov

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"Into the Storm", four acts, Op. 8 (1936–39) - Libretto by A. Faiko and Nikolai Virta based on N. Virta's novel "Loneliness".

Gulchehra Baqoeva

Among these were Marina Mniszech in Boris Godunov by Aleksandr Pushkin; Lady Milford in Intrigue and Love by Friedrich Schiller; Jannatkhon in Slander by Saidmurodov and Ismoilov; Qumri in The Red Club Wielders by Sotim Ulughzoda; Tahmina in Rustam and Suhrab by Abdushukur Pirmuhammadzoda; Emilia in Othello; Ogudolova in Without a Dowry by Aleksandr Ostrovsky; Belina in The Imaginary Invalid by Molière; Khovakhola and Muhtola in A Mother's Heart and The Eve of the 28th by Jalol Ikromi; Ganna Likhta in The Prisoners' Plot by Nikolai Virta; Happiness by Saidmurudov and Rabiev; Jahokhola in Arshin Mal Alan by Uzeyir Hajibeyov; Modari Jamila in The Rich Man and the Servant by Hamza Hakimzade Niyazi; Modar in Celebration by Sanad Ghani and two roles by William Shakespeare, Emilia in Othello and Juliet in Romeo and Juliet.

Virta

Nikolai Virta (1906–1976), Russian writer, Stalin Prize winner

Into the Storm (opera)

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Khrennikov composed the opera to a libretto by the dramatist Aleksei Faiko (ru) and original writer Nikolai Virta based on Virta's 1935 debut novel "Loneliness" .

List of Russian-language writers

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