Nikolai Nikolaevich Nosov Wiki
Nikolai Nikolaevich Nosov Bio
|Nikolai(y) Nikolaevich Nosov was born on 23rd November 1908 in Kiev and died on 26th July 1976 in Moscow. He was a Soviet children’s literature writer, the author of some humorous short stories, a school novel, and the popular trilogy of fairy tale novels about the adventures of Neznaika and his friends.|
|Nikolai Nosov Birthday||He was born on 23rd November 1908 in Kiev, Russian Empire, now Ukraine|
|Nikolai Nosov Died||He died on 26th July 1976 (aged 67) in Moscow, USSR|
|Nikolai Nosov Cause of Death||
infarction (obstruction of the blood supply to an organ or region of tissue, typically by a thrombus or embolus, causing the local death of the tissue)
|Nikolai Nosov Parents Place of Burial||Kuntsevo Cemetery, Moscow, Russia|
|Nikolai Nosov Parents||Varvara Nosova (father), Nikolay Nosov (mother)|
|Nikolai Nosov Google Doodle||On 23rd November 2018, Google dedicated a doodle to Nikolai Nosov on his 110th Birthday Anniversary|
|Occupation||Writer, film producer|
Nikolai Nosov Early life
Nikolai Nikolaevich Nosov was born in a family of an entertainer actor. His parents were Varvara Nosova (father), Nikolay Nosov (mother). From 1927 to 1929 he was a student of Kiev Institute of Art, from where he moved to Moscow Institute of Cinematography, from which he graduated in 1932.
Nikolai Nosov Career
The literary debut of Nosov was in 1938. From 1932 to 1951 he worked as a producer of animated and educational films, including ones for the Red Army, having earned the Order of the Red Star in 1943.
Nosov began to publish his stories in 1938, including Zatejniki (roughly translates as Jokers); Alive Hat, Cucumbers, Miraculous Trousers, and Dreamers. The stories were published mainly in the magazine for children Murzilka and many of them make up the foundation of the Nosov’s first collection Rat-tat-tat, 1945). Nosov introduced a new hero, naïve and sensible, naughty and curious fidget obsessed by a craving for activities and always getting into unusual, often comic situations – into children’s literature.
Nosov most popular works became his stories for teenagers Merry Family (1949), The Kolya Sinitsyn’s Diary (1950), Vitya Maleev at School and at Home (1951). This last one received State Stalin Prize in 1952.
Long-term fame and love of readers were gained by his fairy stories about Dunno (Neznaika). The first of those is the fairy tale Vintik, Shpuntik, and vacuum cleaner. Further, the hero appeared in the famous trilogy consisting of fairy tale novels The Adventures of Dunno and His Friends (1953–1954), Dunno in Sun City (1958), and Dunno on the Moon (1964–1965).
He received the RSFSR State Prize in 1969; the award is commemorated to Nadezhda Krupskaya.
The writer is also the author of an autobiographical work Story about My Friend Igor (1971–1972) and a memoirs narrative Mystery on a Well Bottom (1977).
Nikolai Nosov Awards
- State Stalin Prize in 1952 for his Novel Vitya Maleev at School and at Home (1951
- RSFSR State Prize in 1969; the award is commemorated to Nadezhda Krupskaya.
Nikolai Nosov Movies
Bobik v gostyakh u Barbosa (1977), Little Friend (1958), Neznajka na Lune (1997), The Adventures of Tolya Klyukvin (1964), Fantasizing (1965), Two Friends (1954), Funtik i ogurtsy (1961), and Living Rainbow (1983)
Nikolai Nosov Google Doodle
On 23rd November 2018, Google dedicated a doodle to Nikolai Nosov on his 110th Birthday Anniversary his contribution in children’s literature whose playful prose delivered powerful insights into human nature and his artistry fairy tales, fantasy, and science fiction, he wrote.
Nikolai Nosov Death and Cause
Nosov died on 26th July 1976 (aged 67) in Moscow, USSR from infarction. He was buried Kuntsevo Cemetery, Moscow, Russia.