Vasile Vasilache

Vasile Vasilache
Born (1926-07-04)July 4, 1926
Unţeşti
Died July 7, 2008(2008-07-07) (aged 82)
Chişinău
Resting place Chişinău
Nationality USSR,
Moldova
Ethnicity Romanian
Alma mater University of Bucharest
Religion Eastern Orthodoxy
Awards Order of the Republic (Moldova)

Vasile Vasilache (July 4, 1926, Unţeşti - July 7, 2008, Chişinău) was a writer from Moldova.

Vasile Vasilache was born to Ion and Elizabeta Vasilache on July 4, 1926, in Unţeşti. In 1965 he became a member of the Moldovan Writers' Union.[1] Vasile Vasilache died on July 7, 2008 and has been buried in the Central Cemetery on Armeneasca street in Chişinău.[2]

the writer Serafim Saca said in tears at Vasilache's funeral. The Moldovan Writers' Union president Mihai Cimpoi has said that Vasile Vasilache has left a wide gap in Moldova's culture.[3]

Awards

Works

  • Trişca” (1961),
  • „Două mere ţigance” (1964),
  • „Tăcerile casei aceleia” (1970),
  • „Elegie pentru Ana-Maria” (1983),
  • „Mama-mare, profesoară de istorie” (1989),
  • „Navetista şi pădurea” (1989),
  • „Surâsul lui Vişnu” (1993)
  • „Povestea cu cocoşul roşu” (1996),

References

External links

  • VASILE VASILACHE - un adevărat fenomen în literatura basarabeană, Literatura română contemporană din Republica Moldova, Editira Litera, Chişinău, 1998.
  • IN MEMORIAM
  • Vasile Vasilache a fost condus pe ultimul drum
  • Vasile Vasilache (1926-2008)
  • Vasile Vasilache. 4 iulie 1926 - 7 iulie 2008
  • Vasile VASILACHE


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