2 edition of Literary Discussion in Soviet Ukraine, 1925-1928. found in the catalog.
Literary Discussion in Soviet Ukraine, 1925-1928.
Written in English
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Dr. Shkandrij is the author of 1925-1928. book publication such as “Literary Discussion in Soviet Ukraine, ” (), “Modernist, Marxists and National Discussion of the s” (); Russia and Ukraine ().
His latest book “Jews in Ukrainian Literature” () contributed to a public dialogue on Jewish-Ukrainian relations. The so-called Literary Discussion during the years sum-marized the results of almost a decade of Ukrainian Literary Renaissance in the 's.
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Shkandrij is the author of many publication such as “Literary Discussion in Soviet Ukraine, ” (), “Modernist, Marxists and National Discussion of the s” (); Russia and Ukraine (). His latest book “Jews in Ukrainian Literature” () contributed to a public dialogue on Jewish-Ukrainian relations.
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