The five-time nominee for the Nobel Prize in Literature, Aleksey Maximovich Peshkov, was a Soviet author.
Well-known as Maxim Gorky, he was the socialist realism literary ideologies and approaches as a political activist.
The author of ‘Mother’ celebrates his 151st birthday today, the 28th of March.
Gorky implicit creativity is beautifully woven word-by-word when he says, “When everything is easy one quickly gets stupid”.
Known as the most controversial author of the Russian writings, Gorky narrated the Russia that he perceived.
His writing style was real, raw and explicit that even legendary Leo Tolstoy was jealous of his contributions and achievements.
At the early age of 34, Gorky was Honorary representative of scientific and academic literatures of the Academy of Sciences.
He saw the glory in revolution when no one else could which is evidently conveyed in his “Song of the Stormy Petrel”.
Despite helping everyone he could in the prison, he was acutely criticised forgot his blunt writing by the non-conformist writers.
One could always say that it was prestigious to have a humble writer as a friend or even an admirer.