Who is the author of the fairy tale "The Hedgehog in the Fog"?
The author of the fairy tale "The hedgehog in the fog" - Sergey GrigorievichKozlov. He rightly can be considered a category of writers, storytellers, which is very honorable for everyone who decided to serve the art of the word. In addition, the writer's pen belongs to plays written specifically for the theater, poetry works for children and adults.
How did the "Hedgehog in the Fog"
The character of the work of Sergei Kozlov became famousafter the release of the animated film directed by Yuri Norshtein. But the hero himself appeared much earlier. The author of the fairy tale "The Hedgehog in the Fog" conceived the creation of his literary characters, who will lead the little inquisitive readers and help them discover the many secrets that our daily life conceals.
Hedgehog was the hero to whom it was intendedresponsible role of the conductor between the child and the surrounding world. To fulfill the tasks assigned to the main hero was not alone, but together with his friends - Bear, Tortoise, Lion cub, Hare. The beginning of this whole story is fifty years old.
Work of creative collectives of animators
During this time the story of the Hedgehog and his faithful friendswas continued in the scenarios written by Sergei Kozlov. But the creative teams, working on the creation of animated films, were already different. For this reason, heroes sometimes differ in external images, characters.
However, this circumstance did not preventreaders and fans of animated films even more love author's tales "Hedgehog in the fog", "Tray! Hello," "How the Hedgehog and Bear cub met the New Year" and many other works of the writer.
It should be noted that the creation of animationfilms by scenarios of Sergei Grigoryevich Kozlov worked collectives, which included truly talented people - Yuri Butyrin, Alla Gracheva, Natalia Marchenkova, Clara Rumyanova, Georgy Burkov, Vladimir Shainsky, Georgy Vitsin, Vyacheslav Nevinny and many other celebrities.
Hedgehog and Bear cub
These heroes are kind, resourceful, cheerful.Children understand the writer's humor and laugh with him over hapless friends. The author of the fairy tale "The Hedgehog in the Fog" puts his characters in a situation where it is required to make a decision, to reason, to come to each other's aid.
For example, you should think about what to do if you can not find a Christmas tree. It turns out that a hedgehog can turn out an excellent tree - it is like a tree, a thorn. You just have to dress him up.
Little readers understand that it is possible to wipe the stars from dust only in a fairy tale. But Hedgehog and Teddy bear are happy to do this and this is not an easy task.
Gradually the author created a special fairy taleForest, where its inhabitants created their own lives. Next to them is always nice to be a child and an adult. New stories of characters captured and fascinated readers.
Other literary characters
"The hedgehog in the fog" - a fairy tale that servedthe basis for creating a whole series of author's works. The result of the creative search of S. G. Kozlov was the appearance of such characters as Lion, Hare, Tortoise.
Thanks to the appearance of the Hare, the characters learned to value friendship. Bullfinch suggested that care is very important in relations. The wolf showed resourcefulness, which helped the Hedgehog get rid of loneliness.
No less loved by children and adults.Turtle. Their famous song "I'm sitting in the sun" causes a smile and a sincere desire to sing along. Heroes are spontaneous, clean, open. This bribes everyone who gets to know them. However, these are all the characters of the works of Sergei Grigoryevich Kozlov.
Creative biography of the writer
It often happens that after getting to knowliterary work and its heroes readers want to get to know the author more closely. This fact only indicates that the dialogue between the writer and the readers can be called accomplished. A similar situation was experienced by the author of the fairy tale "The Hedgehog in the Fog".
Now, young readers and their parents know thatSergei Kozlov began to write his first works when he was still at school. Writer's talent led him to the Literary Institute, which he successfully graduated. As a thesis, a notebook with poems was presented to the commission's commission.
But before becoming a professional writer, S.G. Kozlov had to test himself, mastering many professions. He was a turner at the factory, a guide in the Pushkin Museum, a singing teacher at the school, worked in a printing house and even had a role as a stoker.
All this helped the writer in his future creativeactivities. Perhaps, it is thanks to the experience gained that wonderful poems, plays, the famous "Hedgehog in the Fog" appeared. The author throughout his life was full of creative ideas and beginnings.
To understand the nature of Sergei Grigorievich, his personal literary predilections, it should be noted that he was very fond of the work of such masters of the word as Ivan Bunin, Sergei Yesenin, Boris Pasternak.
In his work, the writer used a veryan unusual device when the heroes of prose works suddenly became characters of poetic texts for the reader. This amused little readers. They were delighted to meet Bear, Hare, Wolf. There was also a hedgehog among the heroes.
The author and his legacy
The bibliographic list of Kozlov's worksincludes not one dozen poems, fairy tales and plays. He is known for his translations and retellings from the Ukrainian language, Mansi peoples, hunters and fishermen of Chukotka.
More than twenty animated films created by the script writer. But Kozlov's fairy tale "The Hedgehog in the Fog" remains the work that brought the author fame and nationwide love.
In 2009, the writer was marked by a specialliterary prize named after Korney Ivanovich Chukovsky. Colleagues highly appreciated Kozlov's innovation in the development of children's literature. In addition, the creativity of the writer clearly showed the desire to support and follow the existing traditions in the literature for children.
Sergei Grigoryevich Kozlov died on January 9, 2010. He died in the seventy-first year of his life and was buried in Moscow.