⚠️ Այս տարրը գրվել է (🇬🇧 English) լեզվով, սեղմեք պատկերակը բացել իրը բնագրի լեզվով
Arab Shamilov - Erebê Şemo
Arab Shamilov ( born October 23, 1897 in Kars, † 1978) also Erebê Semo was a Kurdish writer.
Arab Shamilov was born as a child jesidischer Kurds. At this time, Kars was part of the Russian Empire. During the First World War he served the Russian army as a translator. Later he became a member of the Central Committee of the Armenian Communist Party.
In 1931, he began his research on Kurdish literature at the Oriental Institute in Leningrad, where he met qanats Kurdo. He worked on the development of a Latin alphabet for the Kurdish. He worked and worked at the Kurdish magazine Riya Teze ( The New Way ), which appeared from 1930 to 1937 in Yerevan.
His first novel was 1935 Sivane Kurd ( Kurdish shepherd ). This novel was the first Kurdish novel of modern times. 1937 Shamilov was exiled by Stalin and returned only in 1956, after Stalin’s death, the USSR back. In 1959 he published his first short story Jiyana Bextewer and 1966 his first historical novel Dimdim, the ( The Castle of Dimdim ) was inspired by the ancient Kurdish history Kela Dimdimê. This story revolves around the castle, which was the scene of the battle of Dimdim in the 17th century. For this story, two Italian operas were written with the titles Il pastore curdo and Il castello di Dimdim. 1967 Shamilov published a collection of Kurdish folk tales.
Arab Shamilov died 1978.
Sivane Kurd (1935 )
Jiyana Bextewar (1959) ( Roja Nu, 1990)
Dimdim ( 1966) ( Roja Nu, 1983)
Hopo ( 1969) ( Roja Nu, 1990)
Literature ( Kurdish )
Died in 1978
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