Ukrainian Literature A Journal of Translations Volume ContentsIntroduction Maxim TarnawskyValerii ShevchukEye of the AbyssTranslated by Olha RudakevychVolodymyr DibrovaBirthdayTranslated by Uliana PasicznykTaras ShevchenkoSelectionsTranslated by Michael

  • Title: Ukrainian Literature. A Journal of Translations. Volume 1
  • Author: Maxim Tarnawsky Valerii Shevchuk Volodymyr Dibrova Taras Shevchenko Spyrydon Cherkasenko Ievheniia Kononenko Yuri Pokalchuk Павло Тичина
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  • Page: 282
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  • ContentsIntroduction Maxim TarnawskyValerii ShevchukEye of the AbyssTranslated by Olha RudakevychVolodymyr DibrovaBirthdayTranslated by Uliana PasicznykTaras ShevchenkoSelectionsTranslated by Michael M NaydanSpyrydon CherkasenkoThe Little HunchbackTranslated by Anatole BilenkoIevheniia KononenkoOn Sunday MorningTranslated by Svitlana KobetsYuri PokalchukThe Temple of PosContentsIntroduction Maxim TarnawskyValerii ShevchukEye of the AbyssTranslated by Olha RudakevychVolodymyr DibrovaBirthdayTranslated by Uliana PasicznykTaras ShevchenkoSelectionsTranslated by Michael M NaydanSpyrydon CherkasenkoThe Little HunchbackTranslated by Anatole BilenkoIevheniia KononenkoOn Sunday MorningTranslated by Svitlana KobetsYuri PokalchukThe Temple of PoseidonTranslated by Mark Andryczyk with Yaryna YakubyakPavlo TychynaTwo PoemsTranslated by Taras Koznarsky with Marta BaziukBorys Antonenko DavydovychIvan Ievhrafovych Is No Longer His Own ManTranslated by Marta D OlynykVasyl GaborShvontsTranslated by Mark Andryczyk with Yaryna YakubyakLeonid MosendzIevshan Zillia, the Magic HerbTranslated by Anatole BilenkoOleksander IrvanetsA Little Play about Betrayal, for One ActressTranslated by Taras Koznarsky with Marta BaziukEmma AndijewskaSelections from TyhryTranslated by Maria KachmarValerii ShevchukThe Devil Who Is The One Hundredth Witch Translated by Olha RudakevychMarta TarnawskyUkrainian Literature in English A Selected Bibliography of Translations 2000 About the AuthorsAbout the JournalInformation about the editor and publisher.

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