Shklyaev, Alexander Grigorievich

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Shklyaev, Alexander Grigorievich
Шкляев Александр Григорьевич
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Born (1944-02-04) February 4, 1944 (age 79)
Yakshur, Russia
Alma materMoscow state University
  • Udmurt writer
  • Literary critic
  • Journalist

Alexander Grigorievich Shklyaev (February 4, 1944) is an udmurt writer, literary critic. Honored science worker of the Udmurt Republic (1994), honored worker of culture of the Udmurt Republic (1996), member of the Union of journalists of the Russian Federation (1977), member of the writers' Union of Russia (1979), laureate of the State prize of UR, commander of the Order "Badge of Honor" (1984), candidate of Philology (1977), laureate of National prize named after K. Gerd.[1]


Alexander Grigorievich Shklyaev was born on February 4, 1944 in the village Yakshur of Yakshur-Bodyinsky district of the Udmurt Autonomous Soviet socialist Republic. He graduated from Yakshur-Bodin high school.

He graduated from the faculty of journalism of the Moscow state University in 1967. Since 1968 he studied there as a postgraduate student and in 1971 he successfully defended his dissertation. He worked as a senior researcher in the literature and folklore sector of the Udmurt research Institute of Economics, history, language and literature.[2]

He started working as a journalist in the editorial office of the newspaper "Komsomolets of Udmurtia" in 1967 and worked there until 1978. From 1978 to 1982 he was the editor-in-chief of ″Molot″ magazine. In 1981 he took the position of Chairman of the Board of the writers' Union of the Udmurt Autonomous Soviet socialist Republic, which he left in 1984.

In 1985 he started working at the Udmurt state University, first as the head of the Department of Udmurt literature and literature of the peoples of the USSR. Later he became one of the organizers of the specialty, Department and faculty of journalism at Udmurt University.[3] From 1998 to 2015 he was the head of the Department of history and theory of journalism. Nowadays Alexander Grigoryevich teaches UdSU students courses "History of domestic journalism", "Legal regulation of mass media", "Literary work of a journalist", "Logical culture of a journalist", "Media Criticism", "International humanitarian law and mass media", "Literature of the peoples of Russia and neighboring countries", etc.[4]

Literary activity

Alexander Grigoryevich began his literary career as a poet and prose writer. Since school Shklyaev A. G. published his poems and stories. For the first time his literary works began to appear in the Newspapers "Udmurtiys Komsomolets" (″Удмуртиысь комсомолец″), "Soviet Udmurtia", in the magazine "Molot" (now "Kenesh") in 1959.

Since 1971 he started work as a literary critic. He is the author of studies on literature of the XX century: "The imes literature times of life" (1982), ″And others will come to reap...″ (″Араны егит муртъес лыктозы″, 1986), "Defeated no names" (″Чашъемнимъёс", 1995); "From year to year" (″Вапумысь вапуме", 2002), etc.

Shklyaev A. G. also studied the literary process of the 20-30s in Udmurtia ("On the approaches to realism: Udmurt literature, the literary movement and criticism in 1917-1934", 1979). He introduced in the Udmurt literature such concepts as "Flor Vasilyev's verse", "batyriada" (series of works about the Udmurt heroes ("batyrs"; from russian "батыр")), "begloiada" (series of works about runaway people; from russian "беглые").

He compiled the first volume of the series of almanacs "Between the Volga and the Urals" (1977), the collection "Horizon" (1980), "The edge of the spring" (1984), collection of poems by Kuzebay Gerd "Dear friend!" («Гажан эше!», 1978), "Steps" (Moscow, 1985), etc.

He also wrote epigrams, caricatures, parodies, and short stories ("Эшъес-юлтошъес" – "Friends-comrades", 1995).

Alexander Shklyaev has in 2004 published a book of poems for children "Sleep" ("Уйвот"). He also served as the author-compiler of the textbook-anthology for the 8th grade "Удмурт литература" ("Udmurt literature") in 2007.

He passed creative seminars of famous critics V. Gusev, V. Dementiev, A. Turkov, internships at Helsinki and Turku universities, courses for journalism teachers in Maastricht (Netherlands). He was invited to the University of Oulu (Finland) as a lector.

Alexander Grigoryevich's articles were published in the magazines "Questions of literature", "Literary review", "October", "Volga", "Elias", "Opuskulum" (Finland), "Nationalities Papers" (great Britain-USA), "Kenesh", in the Moscow collections "Young about young", "Peers". etc.[5]


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