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The discussion of the novel "How the Steel Was Tempered" was held

On March 7, "Nakhchivan" University hosted the discussion of the novel "How the Steel Was Tempered" by Russian writer Nikolai Alexeevich Ostrovsky (1904-1936). Teachers and students of "Nakhchivan" University attended the discussion.

Aytakin Gahramanova, the director of the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic Library named after M.S.Ordubadi, PhD in History, made an opening speech at the event and informed about the "The list of books necessary for reading" approved by the Order of the Chairman of the Supreme Majlis of the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic dated August 28, 2017. It was noted that according to the library's action plan, the discussion of these books are organized in secondary and vocational schools and universities of the autonomous republic. In February, the library organized discussions of "The Ruler" by Niccolò Machiavelli, "Akhlaq-i Nasir" by Nasir al-Din Tusi and "Ball of Fat" by Guy de Maupassant.

Aytakin Gahramanova spoke about the novel "How the Steel Was Tempered" by Nikolai Ostrovsky and said that the work written in 1930s is still read with interest. The novel reflects the autobiographical life of the writer, but it is also realistic. The main character of the work, Pavel Korchagin, is an example of the youth's favorite character. Pavel Korchagin overcomes all difficulties. Even death does not scare him. It was noted that although the writer lived a short life, this work brought him into prominence, translated into more than 100 languages, was screened, and published in Azerbaijani language many times.

Then there were speeches of assistant professor Aypara Behdubova, the lecturer of "Nakhchivan" University on "The role of the work in spiritual education of the young", Aziza Suleymanzadeh, the employee of Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic Library named after M.S.Ordubadi on "The life and activity of Nikolai Ostrovsky", Gunay Kangarli, the scientific secretary of Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic named after M.S.Ordubadi, on "About the novel How the Steel Was Tempered". The speeches were about the hard and difficult life of the prominent Russian writer, the importance of his works in the spiritual upbringing of young people, and the unfinished multivolume work "Born of the Storm".

At the end of the discussion, the students' questions were answered and an exhibition titled "Books necessary for reading" was viewed.

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Date: 20-03-2019
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