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Ivan Radoev

Ivan Radoev

Bulgarian poet
Ivan Radoev
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Intro Bulgarian poet
Was Translator Journalist Poet Writer
From Bulgaria
Type Journalism Literature
Gender male
Birth 30 March 1927, Pordim, Bulgaria
Death 10 July 1994 (aged 67 years)
Star sign Aries
Education
Sofia University
Peoplepill ID ivan-radoev
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Biography

Ivan Dashev Radoev (also spelled Iwan Radoew) (Bulgarian: Иван Дашев Радоев) (March 30, 1927 in Pordim, Bulgaria – July 10, 1994) was a lyrical poet and playwright from Bulgaria.

Biography

Radoev's plays have been translated into more than 12 languages and performed in the multiple countries, from Cuba to Mongolia. In 1992 he received the Special Award for lifetime achievement from the International Academy of Arts in France. Radoev wrote about crippled emotions, failing relationships and the need for love. But ever present in the background was the clash between the need for personal freedom and the growing social pressure of the totalitarian state where ideology could not tolerate individualism."

Upon Radoev's death in 1994, the Pleven municipal theater in Plevin Bulgaria was renamed Ivan Radoev Dramatic Theatre

Works

Among his most important books of poetry are: "Spring dawn. Poems "(1953)," Poems "(1958)," a ballad poem "(1960)," A white sheet "(1975)," Poems and Poems "(1978)," Bad dreams. Poems "(1987)," White sinking. Weighing machine. Phoenix "(1992) and "My Children Are Words"(1994). He was one of the founders of lyric drama in Bulgaria with plays including "The world is small," "Great Comeback", "Red and Brown", "Sadat and Orpheus", "Cannibal", "Bull", "Miracle", and "Sun".

Translations into English

  • "Ivan Radoev Three Poems" translated by Kapka Kassabova
  • "My Children Are Words" translated by Don D. Wilson
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