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Munich: Otto Sagner. After the liberation of Ukraine, she moved to the city of Perm in the Urals where she worked for local newspaper and radio. Panova' play, Devochi , won a Committee on the Arts award as the best play for young people on a contemporary theme. During the war years Panova began writing the factory novel Kruzhilikha , set in a factory town in the Urals. Often her characters were not only good or bad citizens, and in the portrayal of Listopad, an egocentric, she showed her skills in created a likeable "negative hero".
In she was invited to travel from Perm on board a hospital train. Her journey formed the basis for the popular novel Sputniki , The Train , which won a Stalin Prize. Later on it was adapted into screen under the title The Charity Train and in it was turned into a four-part television film. The plotless story, written as a direct assignment from the Union of Soviet Writers, was composed of series of episodes, and depicted human relationships and suffering under war conditions.
Despite criticism she won a second prize for Kruzhilikha , and her third Stalin Prize was awarded for Yasny bereg From the early Panova wrote regularly for the journal Novyi mir. Sentimentalnyi Roman was largely autobiographical work and reflected some of her experiences as a young reporter. This story was adapted to screen by Igor Maslennikov in the s. It was a psychological novella, seen through the eyes of a small boy, whose life changes when his widowed mother marries a collective farm director, a kind and understanding man. Serezha was turned into a film in , which received the main prize at the 12th Internatinal Film Festival in Karlovy Vary.
Panova managed find room for her literary creativity and her liberal views under the pressure of the censorship and the constraints of Socialist Realism. Though she wrote about women's lives, her perspective was not strictly feminist; the term "woman writer" had in Soviet society negative connotations dating from prerevolutionary times. Focus on domestic issues and the private sphere without ideological content was regarded as a serious drawback by censors and critics.
Panova's later works include Vremena goda , which was attacked at the Leningrad Writers Conference and in the press. Vsevolod Kochetov, a minor novelist, criticized Panova's work for its "naturalism" and lack of "Party spirit". The story depicted everyday life in the Soviet Union. Dorofeya, an ambitious party official, whose son Gennadi gets involved with hooligans. Another central character is Bortashevich, a top-level Communist bureaucrat and a scoundrel.
Panova boldly implied a parallel between criminal elements and corruption: Gennadi and Bortashevich are victims of social their social and personal circumstances. The book was an immediated success with the reading public and was also well received in England and the United States.
A Leningrad writer Kiril Koscinski characterized Panova as straightforward and sharp in her evaluation of the authorities. On the other hand, she participated with a number of other decent writers in the campaing against Boris Pasternak , regarding the publication of Doctor Zhivago abroad as a provocation against the Soviet intelligentsia. In the s Panova travelled in the United States as a part of a delegation of Soviet authors and described her impressions in From My American Encounter.
Panova also published plays, film scenarios, memoirs O Moei Zhizni, Knigakh i Chitateliakh , and some historical novellas about Russian princes and saints. In she suffered a serious stroke. Vera Panova died in Leningrad on March 3, She was married three times: Arsenii Starosel'skii , divorced in , Boris Vakhtin separated , David Iakovlevich from You think when your Dad's done his seven or eight hours he's finished for the day. Apart from a bit of voluntary work he may have to do, of course, or a meeting. But when you begin to grow up and go on your own, to the left and right of the gate, the you see what a mass of different things men have to occupy their time.