April 19th students and teachers of the Facultyof Philology of Zaporizhzhya National University came together for a poetic evening devoted a whole generation of creators - poets of the sixties.
As noted earlier in the evening its organizer - Associate Professor of Russian Studies Alexander Muravin, participants came from the fact that the phenomenon of the sixties turned 60. Of course, this date - conventional, cultural period literature presented many famous names, began after the death of Stalin in 1953 and lasted until the "Khrushchev thaw." This includes many literary generation was very similar to each other writers who united a desire to convey to his readers the true vision of all that is served around them.
The last argument illustrated video released Yevgeny Yevtushenko, Andrei Voznesensky, Bella Akhmadulina and Robert Rozhdestvensky. Students of the Faculty of Philology - Nicholay Bilyk, Tatiana Didenko, Ann Karchevska, Anastasia Pascal, Alina Polyakova, Diana Ramazanova, Alice Truzhenko and Ksenia Sherstyakova and a representative of the faculty Marija Silchuk - recited as a textbook, and not widely known poetry by Lina Kostenko, Mykola Vingranovskiy, Joseph Brodsky, Eduard Osadov, Robert Rozhdestvensky. They also present their own interpretations presented songs of poets, bards - Vladimir Vysotsky, Yuriy Vizburg and Bulat Okudzhava. Each performance was accompanied by the loud applause of the audience. At the end of the event Muravin Alexander noted that the performances of students and warm the audience's reaction to them indicates that creativity sixties and today retains its relevance.