Ukrainian

Literature

A Journal of Translations

Shevchenko Scientific Society


Volume 1. 2004

Contents


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Introduction:  Maxim Tarnawsky

 

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Valerii Shevchuk

Eye of the Abyss

Translated by Olha Rudakevych

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Volodymyr Dibrova

“Birthday”

Translated by Uliana Pasicznyk

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Taras Shevchenko

Selections

Translated by Michael M. Naydan

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Spyrydon Cherkasenko

“The Little Hunchback”

Translated by Anatole Bilenko

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Ievheniia Kononenko

“On Sunday Morning”

Translated by Svitlana Kobets

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Yuri Pokalchuk

“The Temple of Poseidon”

Translated by Mark Andryczyk with Yaryna Yakubyak

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Pavlo Tychyna

Two Poems

Translated by Taras Koznarsky with Marta Baziuk

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Borys Antonenko-Davydovych

“Ivan Ievhrafovych Is No Longer His Own Man”

Translated by Marta D. Olynyk

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Vasyl Gabor

“Shvonts”

Translated by Mark Andryczyk with Yaryna Yakubyak

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Leonid Mosendz

“Ievshan-Zillia, the Magic Herb”

Translated by Anatole Bilenko

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Oleksander Irvanets

“A Little Play about Betrayal, for One Actress”

Translated by Taras Koznarsky with Marta Baziuk

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Emma Andijewska

Selections from Tyhry

Translated by Maria Kachmar

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Valerii Shevchuk

“The Devil Who Is
(The One-Hundredth Witch)”

Translated by Olha Rudakevych

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Marta Tarnawsky

“Ukrainian Literature in English:
A Selected Bibliography of Translations. 2000–”

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About the Authors

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About the Journal
Information about the editor and publisher.

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