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Serhiy Zhadan. Khlibne peremyrja. (Bread Ceasefire)
Zhadan. Bread Ceasefire
Domestic: 141.90UAH
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Taras Prokhasko. Tak, ale... (Yes, But...)
Prokhasko. Yes, But...
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Ivan Dziuba

Ivan Dziuba (Ukrainian: Іва́н Миха́йлович Дзю́ба) is a Ukrainian literary critic, social activist, dissident, Hero of Ukraine, academic of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, the second Minister of Culture of Ukraine (1992—1994), Head of the Committe for Shevchenko National Prize (1999-2001).

Co-Chief of Editorial Board of the Encyclopaedia of Modern Ukraine. Chief editor of the magazine The Contemporary (Сучасність) in the 1990s, a member of the editorial boards of scientific magazines "Київська старовина", "Слово і час", "Євроатлантика" and others.

Born in a peasant family. In 1932 Ivan's family, fleeing from the famine, moved from the home village to the nearby worker village Novotroyits'ke, but not for long. Later, permanently - in Olenevski Careers (now Dokuchaevsk), where Dziuba finished secondary school № 1. He graduated from Donetsk Pedagogical Institute, conducted the graduate studies in the Shevchenko Institute of Literature.

Became printed in 1959.

In the 1970s, was subjected to harassment for the views expressed in some publications.

The work Internationalism or Russification? (London, 1968 "Motherland" magazine (ukr. "Вітчизна"), 1990, № 5-7) - about the problems threatening national relations in socialist society. Special Commission of the Central Committee of the Communist Party (Bolsheviks) of Ukraine has called the work "lampoons on the Soviet reality, the national policy of the CPSU and the practice of communist construction in the USSR." Authorities accused Dziuba in undermining Soviet friendship of peoples, fueling hatred between the Ukrainian and Russian peoples.

Laureate of the Shevchenko Prize, O. Biletsky Prize, Antonovich Fund International Prize, Volodymyr Vernadsky Prize.

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Ivan Dziuba. Taras Shevchenko. Zhyttya I tvorchist'. /second edition, completed/. (Life and Works)

Ivan Dziuba's book "Taras Shevchenko" addresses both the life and work of the great poet and artist, and includes an interpretation of his legacy and synchronic and diachronic analyses of separate works and themes characteristic of both his poetry and prose.
Domestic price: 179.30UAH, International price: $16.30USD

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Oksana Zabuzhko. Yak rubaly vyshnevy sad, abo Dovha doroha z Bad-Emsa. (How the Cherry Orchard Was Cut Down, or the Long Road from Bad Ems)
Zabuzhko. How the Cherry Orchard Was Cut Down..
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Mykhailo Starytsky. Za dvoma zajtsiamy. Vybrane. (After Two Rabbits. The Selected)
Starytsky. After Two Rabbits. The Selected
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Halyna Pahutyak. Putivnyk rozgublenykh. (The Guidebook for the Confused)
Pahutyak. The Guidebook for the Confused
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Milan Kundera. Zhart. (The Joke)
Kundera. The Joke
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