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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Tatyana Belogorskaya  

Pen Name: None

Genre: Non-Fiction

Audience: Adult;

Born: 1930 in Leningrad, USSR


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Illinois Connection

Belogorskaya moved to Springfield in 1994 and still resides there today.

Biographical and Professional Information

Tatyana Belogorskaya is originally from Leningrad (St. Petersburg, Russia) , librarian by profession, PhD in education. Since 1994 she lives in the U.S., state of Illinois. The author of prose, poetry, reviews. Tatyana has books in Russian and American publications such as "Panorama" almanac, "Vestnik" magazine , "Arena", "Slavic and East European Journal" and others. She has published essays devoted to great representatives of Russian culture – A.Radischev, V.Bazhenov, E.Rostopchina, N.Taffi, A.Chekhov... In 2010 she published a book "Portraits in the interior of the time" based on personal communication with the writer E.Shvartz and members of his family.


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Titles At Your Library

Autographs (Russian Edition)
ISBN: 0615928420

Tatyana Belogorskaya. 2013

A new book by Tatiana Belogorsky "Autographs" contains a portrait gallery, including I.Krylov, poets - E.Vasileva (Cherubina de Gabriak) and N.Krandievskaya-Tolstaya, A. Kryzhanovskii, film directors and actors - S. Mikhoels and G.Roshal ... Short stories manifested with humor in conjunction with sadness of the past with the present. The author and the reader are bringing together by the content and style, and this makes the book claimed.

Seliger: from dawn to dawn (Russian Edition)
ISBN: 1499251092

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 2014

This is a third book of memoirs by this author written with respect to her numerous visits to one of the most charming places in Russia – Lake Seliger. The book is based on her recollections of the meetings with remarkable personalities belonged to the Russian cultural elite of the mid-20th century (famous movie and theatre actor Boris Babochkin, remarkable ballerinas Galina Ulanova and Tatyana Vecheslova, scientist Nikolai Kachalov, poet and memoirist Natalia Krandievskaya-Tolstaya, etc.). Memoirs are also about love, faith, morale, and cultural values.


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