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In Memoriam

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Kovalenko V.A.

Academician Viktor A. KOVALENKO

Kovalenko, Viktor Antonovich (Born: 21.07.1929. Died: 17.08.2001)

Qualifications
Doctor of philology (since 1978), Chief researcher.
Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. Elected in 1994 on speciality Theory of Literature.

Membership of Scientific Societies and Councils
Chairman of Scientific Council for the problems of literature of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus

Editorial Board Membership
Member of the Editorial Board of the of literary-public magazine "Polymya" (Flame).

Last Position
The Institute of Literature of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Honorable Director.
66 Fr.Skaryny Praspekt, Minsk BY-220072, Republic of Belarus
Tel.: +375 (17) 284-27-21

Research areas
History of Belarusian literature, literary ties.

Main Publications
1. The voice of humanism. On some humanistic motives in Belarusian literature (1970).
2. Origins. Influence. Acceleration. Development of Belarusian literature of the XIX-XX centuries (1975).
3. Mythopoetic motives in Belarusian literature (1981).
4. Common destinies and hearts. Belarusian prose about the Great Patriotic War within the context of the Russian and other literatures (1985).

Literature
1. Victor Antonavich Kavalenka (To 70th Birthday Anniversary) (In Belarusian).

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