Electronic Library of Ukrainian Literature in English

 

 

CONTENTS

Ukraine through the Ages

    • Treasures of the “Thick Barrow”

Dumy:
Captives on a Galley
Marusia of Bohuslav
Bayda
Moroz
Ballad of the Cooper’s Daughter
Books
Peresopnitsya Gospel

Hrihoriy Skovoroda (1722-1794)

Books
Ukrainian Icons of the 14th—17th Centuries

Ivan Kotliarevsky (1769-1838)

Hrihoriy Kvitka-Osnovianenko (1778-1834)

    • Stories:

Marusia
Stretching the Lie

Books
Commers in Ukraine: 14th-First Half of the 17th Centuries

Petro Hulak-Artemovsky (1790-1865)

Yevhen Hrebinka (1812-1848)

Mikola Kostomarov (1817-1885)

Markiian Shashkevich (1811-1843)

Leonid Hlibov (1827-1893)

Stepan Rudansky (1833-1873)

Yuriy (Ossip) Fedkovich (1834-1888)

Marko Vovchok (1833-1907)

    • Stories:

Karmeliuk
After Finishing-School

Books
Folk Costumes: 18th-Early 19th Centuries

Taras Shevchenko (1814-1861)
The Artist.

    • A Story

Taras Shevchenko

    • Poetry:

As Contemporaries Remembered Him
In Memory of a Poet and Friend
The Drama of Shevchenko`s Life
Society of Cyril and Methodius

Founder of a New Realistic Art

Taras Shevchenko in the World

    • Hymn of Struggle and Fraternity

Ivan Nechui-Levitsky (1838-1918)
Mikhailo Staritsky (1840-1904)
Panas Mirny (1849-1920)

WHAT TO SEE

    • St.Sophia Cathedral in Kiev

Ivan Franko (1856-1916)

Ivan Franko in the World

Lesia Ukraїnka (1871-1913)

      • Lesia Ukraїnka and World Literature

 

    • Stages of Life (Reminiscences by Staritska-Cherniakhivska)

Lesia Ukraїnka in the World

A Heritage for Today and Tomorrow

A Ukrainian Canadian Spin/Off

Lesia Ukraїnka:

In the Catacombs
A dramatic poem

Mikhailo Kotsiubinsky (1864-1913)

Mikhailo Kotsiubinsky
Fata Morgana.

      • A story

 

    • Kotsiubinsky, Franko and Shevchenko in Icelandic

Stepan Vasilchenko (1879-1932)

    • Stories

Olga Kobilianska (1863-1942)

Mikhailo Hrushevsky (1866-1934)

Spiridon Cherkassenko (1876-1940)

Volodimir Vinnichenko (1880-1951)

Leonid Mosendz (1897-1948)

Bohdan Lepky (1872-1941)

Pavlo Tichina (1891-1967)

Mikola Khviliovy (1893-1933)

Miroslav Irchan (1897-1937)

Andriy Holovko (1897-1972)
The Weeds.

    • A novel

Friendship.

    • A short story

Ivan Kocherha (1881-1952)
Yaroslav the Wise.

    • A drama in verse

Yuri Yanovsky (1902-1954)