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The first part of the journal 'Ad Fontes' includes articles by Miroslaw Nagielski, Archbishop Ihor Isichenko, Huan Mejmej (Specific of the Genre and System of Images in the Tragicomedy 'Volodymyr' by Theophan Prokopovych), Andrii Bovhyria, Fan Rui... czytaj więcej

Studia Polsko-Ukraińskie 2022/9 (PDF)

Redaktor naczelna Walentyna Sobol
Name of the series / journal: Studia Polsko-Ukraińskie
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Edition:
1
Place and year of publication:
Warszawa 2022
Publication language:
polski
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ukraiński
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angielski
ISBN/ISSN:
2451-2958
Number of page:
254
Method of publication:
PDF
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2,83 MB
Publication type:
Praca naukowa
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The first part of the journal 'Ad Fontes' includes articles by Miroslaw Nagielski, Archbishop Ihor Isichenko, Huan Mejmej (Specific of the Genre and System of Images in the Tragicomedy 'Volodymyr' by Theophan Prokopovych), Andrii Bovhyria, Fan Rui (Ukrainian model of thinking in Taras Shevchenko's story 'Naimychka'). The section "Filip Orlik and Hryhorii Skovoroda. Two eternal figures' is dedicated to the interesting research by Hennadii Noha and Walentyna Sobol; the section 'Issues in Literary Comparative Studies' presents articles by several researchers: Sofia Warecka, Svitlana Matsenko, Diana Melnyk, Yaryna Tarasiuk, Iryna Kropyvko and Khrystyna Semeryn. In the section "Challenges of the XX-XXI century", readers can find the works of Teresa Chynczewska-Hennel (Between Slavia Latina and Slavia Orthodoxa. The Discussion of Ihor Skochylyas with the Concept by Riccardo Picchio), Ludmila Tarnaszynska (Ego-дискурс українського шістдесятництва як зріз епохи вивільненої свободи), Ihor Stambol (Про перешкоди книговиданню, український театр та біографії: елементи власних спогадів у публіцистиці Михайла Комарова), Eugeniusz Sobol (Wątki ukraińskie w twórczości Eugeniusza Tkaczyszyna-Dyckiego).

We are handing over the issue to readers at a challenging time – during the unprovoked Russian assault on Ukraine.

The publication is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Poland license (CC BY 3.0 PL) (full license available at: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/pl/legalcode).

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