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Konstantin Paustovsky was born in Moscow in 1892. Six years after the birth of Konstantin, the family moved to Kiev. After his parents divorced, in the fall of 1908, the young man lived for about a year in Bryansk with a relative. Then he returned to Ukraine and began an independent life. He studied at the Alexander Gymnasium and moonlighted as tutoring. Soon Konstantin's grandmother arrived in Kiev, with whom he settled. It was in her house that he wrote the first stories, published in 1912.
After graduating from the gymnasium, Paustovsky became a student at Kiev University, in which he studied for two years. With the outbreak of the First World War, he was forced to transfer to Moscow University, and then completely abandon his studies and start working. For some time he worked at the factories of Dnepropetrovsk, Taganrog, Donetsk. After the February Revolution, he worked as a reporter in Moscow. At the beginning of the civil war, he returned to Ukraine and served for a short time in the Red Army.
Until 1923 he traveled a lot in the Caucasus, Russia, Ukraine. Then he came to Moscow, got a job as editor of ROSTA and began printing his essays and stories. In 1927 Paustovsky became a professional writer. In the 1930s, he wrote a lot as a journalist for the publications "Our achievements", "Pravda", "30 days". During World War II he was a war correspondent.
In the 1950s, the writer gained fame not only in the Soviet Union, but also abroad. Konstantin Paustovsky photos began to appear in the world press. During these years, he actively traveled to European cities. Then Konstantin married for the third time, soon the couple had a son, Alexei.
The writer passed away in 1968 at the age of 76. He was buried at the Tarusovskoye cemetery.
Paustovsky has received national awards for his work. Many of his works were filmed: Telegram, Northern Tale, Snow, Warm Bread, Soldier's Tale. In addition, Konstantin Paustovsky's filmography includes the documentary The Road to the Black Lake and the pictures Kara-Bugaz, Lermontov, Human Hands, shot according to his scripts.
Konstantin Paustovsky has brown eyes, naturally dark hair color, fair skin and full lips. The shape of the face is oval, the forehead is high, the hair is straight, soft. Konstantin Paustovsky did not change his hair color, preferring natural. The writer has a large humped nose and an oval chin. Konstantin Paustovsky sometimes wore glasses. The writer's height is 173 cm, no tattoos.