Todos’ Os’machka’s prose is one of the most remarkable mirrors that reflected the light and the darkness of the Soviet epoch. He is also the author of impressive chronicles of criminal massacre of Ukrainian people. A fairy and lyrical story "First bride’s man", that goes in tune with Sartr’s "The Nausea" and "The Stranger" of Camus, is also of his authorship. The main hero of the story, a seminary graduate Hordii Lundyk, fells in love with the girl engaged to another man and is invited to the wedding as first bride’s man. The tragedy of solitude impels to cogitate about a deeper question: what a person is in this world? isn’t it but a thinking straw floating in the rough sea of existence? Does he rule his own life? Only love that overcomes one’s loneliness and perplexity in the Universe can free a person from this impasse. "Man, look at this world and grasp where we are. And understand that we are teeny... and we are given up as a prey to someone horrible and incomprehensible... that is why let our despair be a great sense of consent between the warmth of your essence and mine till the last breath..."
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