Young Ukrainian writers are eagerly discarding national concerns in favor of introspection and self-exposition. Some call it the latest stage of a national renaissance by Volodymyr Dibrova The collapse of Soviet communism was a catastrophe for the Ukrainian literary world and the golden-cage life of the Writers’ Union, with its orderly distribution of awards, its […]

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