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|Born||11 July 1858|
Ken-Bulak, Russian Empire
|Died||2 October 1931|
Shakarim Qudayberdiuli (Шәкәрім Құдайбердіұлы) (11 July 1858-2 October 1931) was a Kazakh poet, philosopher, historian and composer. A critic of socialism, he was killed without trial or investigation in 1931 and his works banned until the 1980's where the circumstances of his death were revealed and the ban on his literature lifted. Bakhytzhan Kanapyanov translated his works into Russian in 1989. The Semey state university is named after him.
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