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Vladimir Beșleagă

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Vladimir Beşleagă
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Member of the Moldovan Parliament
In office
Personal details
Born (1931-07-25) 25 July 1931 (age 90)
Mălăieşti, Transnistria
Political partyPopular Front of Moldova
Alma materMoldova State University

Vladimir Beşleagă (born 25 July 1931 in Mălăieşti) is a Moldovan writer and politician.


Vladimir Beşleagă was born to Eugenia and Vasile Beşleagă on 25 July 1931 in Mălăieşti. Vladimir Beşleagă graduated from Moldova State University in 1955. He served as member of the Parliament of Moldova.[1] He has been a member of the Moldovan Writers' Union since 1965.[2]



  • "Zbânţuilă", ed. Şcoala sovietică, 1956;
  • "La fântâna Leahului", ed. Cartea Moldovenească, 1963;
  • „Zbor frânt", ed. Cartea Moldovenească, 1966;
  • „Vrei să zbori la Lună?", ed. Lumina, 1972;
  • „Acasă", ed. Cartea Moldovenească, 1976;
  • „Acasă", ed. Literatura Artistică, 1984;
  • „Durere", ed. Literatura Artistică, 1979;
  • „Boli", ed. Mol.gvardia, 1983;
  • „Ignat şi Ana", ed. Literatura Artistică, 1979;
  • „Suflul vremii", ed. Literatura Artistică, 1981;
  • „Sânge pe zăpadă", ed. Literatura Artistică, 1985;
  • "Viaţa şi moartea nefericitului Filimon sau Anevoioasa cale a cunoaşterii de sine", ed. Hyperion, 1992;
  • "Zbor frânt", "Acasă", ed. Literatura Artistică, 1980;
  • "Cumplite vremi", partea I, ed. Hyperion, 1990;
  • "Zbor frânt", "Pădurea albastră", „Cel de-al treilea dacă ar fi fost acolo”, „Viaţa şi moartea nefericitului Filimon sau Anevoioasa cale a cunoaşterii de sine", ed. Hyperion, 1992;
  • "Zbor frânt", "Ignat şi Ana", ed. Litera, 1997.
  • "Nepotul", ed. Litera, 1998;
  • "Jurnal 1986-1988",ed. Prut Internaţional, 2002;
  • "Cumplite vremi", ed. Litera, 2003;
  • "Cruci răsturnate de regim. Mănăstirea Răciula. 1959", Chişinău, 2006;
  • "Dialoguri literare", Chişinău, 2006;
  • "Hoţii din apartamente", Chişinău, 2006;
  • "Conştiinţa naţională sub regimul comunist totalitar (RSSM: 1956-1963)", Chişinău, 2008;
  • "Dirimaga", ed. Prut Internaţional, 2009.


  • Literatura şi arta Moldovei: Encicl. - Chişinău, 1985–1986


  1. ^ Vladimir Beşleagă
  2. ^ "Beşleagă Vladimir". Archived from the original on 2010-07-09. Retrieved 2010-07-19.
  3. ^ Beşleagă Vladimir - scriitor

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