Korney Ivanovich Chukovsky.
Korney Chukovsky"25 puzzles-
25 guesses" I lie under your feet, Trample me with boots.
The museum presents a room where the belongings of Alexander Solzhenitsyn,
who often visited the Chukovsky, are stored.
Korney Ivanovich Chukovsky(31 March 1882-
28 October 1969) was one of the most popular children's poets in the Russian language.
Chukovsky's poems Tarakanishche("The Monster Cockroach"),
Krokodil("The Crocodile"), Telefon("The Telephone") and Moydodyr("Wash-'em-Clean") have been favourites with many generations of Russophone children.
Korney Ivanovich Chukovsky(Russian: Корне́й Ива́нович Чуко́вский,
IPA:(listen); 31 March NS 1882- 28 October 1969) was one of the most popular children's poets in the Russian language.
From a combination of words Chukovsky and Kuokkala formed"CocaCola" invented by Repin-
title handwritten comic almanac, which Korney Ivanovich led to the last days of his life.
In recent years, Chukovsky, a popular favorite,
winner of several state prizes and a holder of orders, at the same time maintained contacts with dissidents(Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Litvinov, his daughter Lydia was also a prominent human rights activist).
In addition to Nekrasov, Chukovsky was engaged in the biography and work of
a number of other writers of the 19th century(Chekhov, Dostoevsky, Sleptsov), which is dedicated, in particular, to his book People and Books of the Sixties, participated in the preparation of text and editing of many publications.