JUS Vol 14 Nos 1-2 (Summer-Winter 1989)
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This issue features essays on Taras Shevchenko as an emigré poet and on the literary techniques in his works; a piece comparing J.J. Rousseau’s “Emile” and P. Kulish’s views on education; an analysis of Ivan Franko’s “Moloda muza” as well as essays on the themes in the literary works of Mykola Khvyl’ovy, Yuriy Yanovs’ky, Yevhen Hutsalo, I. Mykytenko and L. Pervomaiskyi, Nikolay Gogol, Vladimir Tendryakov, D.S. Merezhovsky, and Alexander Solzhenitsyn; an analysis on the changing image of Ukrainians in English-Canadian fiction; and notes in applied linguistics regarding the concept of love in Ukrainian.
|Dimensions||22.5 × 15.5 × 1 cm|