Unexplored work by Kazakh writer Zhusipbek Aimauytov found during research work

An unexplored work entitled ‘Azir Olmeimin’ (‘While I’m Alive’) by writer and poet Zhusipbek Aimauytov was found during research work of the Archive of the President of Kazakhstan. Now the document will be studied by philologists and literary scholars. It is worth mentioning that Aimauytov is the founder of genres of drama and novel in the Kazakh language, scholar, educator, teacher, and psychologist. He was a member of the Alash party and the People’s Council of the Government of Alashorda. Aimauytov also translated works by Alexander Pushkin, Leo Tolstoy, Maxim Gorky, Maupassant, Shakespeare, Hugo, Tagore, and other famous world authors.