Ion Vatamanu

Ion Vatamanu
Ion Vatamanu
Born May 1, 1937(1937-05-01)
Costiceni
Died August 9, 1993(1993-08-09) (aged 56)
Nationality Romania,
USSR,
Moldova
Ethnicity Romanian
Alma mater Moldova State University
Political party Popular Front of Moldova
Religion Eastern Orthodoxy
Spouse Elena Curicheru
Children Mihaela, Mariana, Leontina

Ion Vatamanu (May 1, 1937, Costiceni - August 9, 1993, Chişinău) was a writer and politician from Moldova. He was born to Maria and Ion and had a PhD in chimistry. Ion Vatamanu served as member of the Parliament of Moldova (1990-1994) and chairman of the Committee on Culture of the Parliament of Moldova.[1]

Ion Vatamanu died in 1993 and his grave is a monument in Chişinău.[2]

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Awards

Honours

  • The Award Ion Vatamanu "for love of truth and freedom"
  • "Ion Vatamanu" High School, Străşeni

Works

  • Primii fulgi, prezentat de Nicolae Costenco (Chişinău, Editura Cartea moldovenească).
  • Monologuri (1964), (Chişinău, Editura Cartea moldovenească).
  • Liniștea Cuvintelor(1971),
  • Ora păsarii (1974), Chişinău, Editura Cartea moldovenească.
  • De ziua frunzei (1977), prefaţă de Grigore Vieru, Chişinău, Editura Literatura Artistică,
  • Iubire de tine (1981),
  • Măslinul oglindit (1983),
  • Aventurile lui Atomică (1966), (Chişinău, Editura Cartea moldovenească).
  • Teiul (1980),
  • Izvorul cu ochi verzi (1985)
  • La mijlocul ierbii, prefaţat de George Meniuc, Chişinău, Editura Lumina, 1967.

References

Bibliography

  • Literatura şi arta Moldovei: Encicl. - Vol.1. - Chişinău, 1985.
  • Mihai Cimpoi, O istorie deschisă a literaturii române din Basarabia. - Chişinău, 1996.
  • Chişinău, Enciclopedie, 1997, Ed. Museum

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