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A meeting of philology students with the famous poet Boris Anikin took place in EKSU

On February 11 in the 9th building of S. Amanzholov EKSU the students of the 1st and 2nd courses of the specialty "Russian language and literature" met with the poet and songwriter Boris Petrovich Anikin, who is a member of the East Kazakhstan Culture Support Foundation, a member of the literary association "Alventa Link," graduated from the Faculty of Philology of the Ust-Kamenogorsk Pedagogical Institute.

The meeting was held in a pleasant creative atmosphere. Boris Petrovich Anikin read poems from his collection "The Wanderer", published in 2010. Anikin shared his life and writing experience, expressed his position on the modern classics, and also spoke about poets and writers - fellow writers. Students had the chance to ask questions of interest and get equally interesting answers. Boris Petrovich, in turn, asked the audience about the reason for choosing a profession, about future plans for the future.

The discussion ended on a friendly note. Boris Anikin expressed a desire to listen to the poems of the students themselves of their own composition. The students had unforgettable impressions of a meeting with a famous poet and an interesting person.

Anastasia Ludvina, 1 year,

specialty "Russian language and literature"

Department of Kazakh, Russian philology and journalism

English
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