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Information about the famous writer and statesman Amet Shamuratov (1912-1953)

Information about the famous writer and statesman Amet Shamuratov (1912-1953)

If one can imagine the literature as a big stage, every creative person tries to leave in legacy the valuable products for the future generation on this stage.
One of such people in Karakalpak literature was Amet Shamuratov in 50s, who was a prominent representative, a statesman, a writer, a poet, a playwright, a translator and was one of the talented representatives of the literature of XX-century, making his ponder able contribution to its development and formation.
He was born in 1912 on the territory of collective farm named after Kalinin in Hojeyli region, in a poor peasant family and became an orphan at early age. Before 1926 while living in his family, he was taught in an old Muslim school, in 1926-1930s he studied at school "Communa" in Chimbay, then continued his studying at Kazakh school in Orenburg.
He started his working activity from teaching in primary school, worked as a surveyor of the region and a secretary of the District Executive Committee in Hojeyli.
In 1932 he entered the Moscow zooveterinary institute, where he studied from 1933 to 1936, his next whole life was almost connected with creative field.
So he was the head of the department of artistic literature of Karakalpakstan from 1938 to 1940.
From 1940 to 1941 he was a director of State publishing house of artistic literature of Uzbek SSR in Tashkent.
The most productive activity for Amet Shamuratov was the vice-president's activity of Soviet People's Committee of KKASSR (1941-1944), where his supervising activity of cultural scientific institutions, creative organizations and national education, actively went in for the mobilization of the whole vast mental potential of Karakalpakstan and creative intellectuals for guaranteeing the victory over the enemy in World War 2.
Then from 1945 to 1947 he became a director of State artistic publishing house of literature of Uzbekistan in Tashkent.
Information about the famous writer and statesman Amet Shamuratov (1912-1953)

From 1945 to 1947 Amet Shamuratov was an assistant director of Karakalpak research institute of the language and literature and a chief of Management on art affairs attached to the Council of Ministers of KKASSR.
From 1947 to 1950 he becomes at listener at the Higher Party school in Moscow.
Since 1950 till the end of his life he has worked as an assistant of the chairman of the Minister Council of KKASSR, a Chairman of the Union of writers in Karakalpakstan and a secretary of Nukus Executive Committee.
Since 1939 he has been a member of the Union of writers of Karakalpakstan.
Amet Shamuratov's works are known not only in Karakalpakstan, but abroad too. He has written the first tales for karakalpak children. His tales "At an old school" and "My meetings with tigers" have brought him honoured glory, and the last author-eyewitness eventually gained fame to himself as an ancestor of adventure prose in the modern Karakalpak literature. Here the matter is about one of the powerful beasts in the nature, a tiger in the valley Turan, which yielded in sizes only to Amur breed. All his works are based on the real events.
The Creative legacy of Amet Shamuratov includes productions, poems, novels, dramas and translations. The general mood of the works of a poet forms a sincere pride for his working achievements of people in labor and in the struggle with enemies during the war. Some works are dedicated to the home nature.
Throughout the length of his life there were published several collections of verses and poems "Sauga" (1940) (A Gift), "Songs about Homeland" (1943), "Happiness" (1949), "Selected productions" (1954-1963) and others.
The poems and novels of Amet Shamuratov were repeatedly republished into a native language, both in Nukus and into the Russian language in Moscow under the general name "At an old school" (1979), and the collection of his verses "I love" was published in Uzbek (1956). At the stageof Karakalpak theatre named after Berdakh the plays of Amet Shamuratov "A Daughter of Aral" together with ZH.Aymurzaev were successfully on, who was also an outstanding writer and "Kirk kiz" together with I.Yusupov. After the death of Amet Shamuratov, I. Yusupov completed his works.
Not only his works, but also translations of the works of Russian writers.I.A.Krylov, A.S.Pushkin, M.U.Lermontov, A.P.Chekhov, M.Gorky and others writes belong to the pen of Amet Shamuratov.
The merits of A.Shamuratov in the development of culture and economy of Karakalpakstan are highly evaluated by government. He was twice awarded with orders of the Symbol Honour, medals and Honorable documents. By The Presidium of the Supreme Council of Uzbekistan and Supreme Council of Karakalpakstan he were twice elected as a deputy of the Supreme Council of Karakalpakstan. Amet Shamuratov lived a short, but a fruitful life. Even passing over years, his works, and his figure is always reflected in our hearts from the height.
Information about the famous writer and statesman Amet Shamuratov (1912-1953)


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