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Mykola Zerov

Mykola Zerov (26 April 1890, Zinkiv, Poltava Governorate - 3 November 1937, Sandarmokh, Karelia.) was a Ukrainian poet, translator, literary scholar and critic.

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Abstracts of the papers are aailable at this link. - Monash Arts
A Conference of the Mykola Zerov Centre for Ukrainian Studies,. Monash University in association with the Ukrainian Studies Association of Australia and the ...
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Maksym Ryl's'kyi, and Mykola Zerov; the prose writer and scholar Viktor Petrov [ a.k.a.
HOMES AS SHELLS: UKRAINIAN EMIGRE POETRY
Mykola Zerov, Pavlo Fylypovych, Maksym Ryl's'ky, and Mykhailo. Krai-Khmara. They called themselves neoclassicists or Parnassists.
Curriculum Vitae
University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (Speech at the Mykola Zerov Centre for Ukrainian Studies //. Monash University, Australia): http://goo.gl/49gBl.
Ukrainian Phrasebook 4 - Preview - Lonely Planet
Marko Pavlyshyn heads the Mykola Zerov Program in Ukrainian. Studies at Monash University, Melbourne, where he is also. Director of the Centre for European ...

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Dünyanın önde gelen üniversitelerinde görev yapan yaklaşık 200 bilim adamı Kırım Tatarlarına destek amacıyla bildiri yayımladı. İçlerinde Halil İnalcık, Hakan Kırımlı gibi önemli tarihçilerin de yer aldığı bilim adamları işgali kınayarak Kırım'ın Rusya ...
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Mykola Zerov - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mykola Zerov (26 April 1890, Zinkiv, Poltava Governorate - 3 November 1937, Sandarmokh, Karelia.) was a Ukrainian poet, translator, literary scholar and critic.
Zerov, Mykola - Internet Encyclopedia of Ukraine
Zerov, Mykola, b 26 April 1890 in Zinkiv, Poltava gubernia, d 3 November 1937 in Sandarmoch, Karelia, RFSSR. (Photo: Mykola Zerov.) Poet, translator, and ...
Zerov Mykola - Poltava
Zerov Mykola was born on April 26, 1890 in county town of Zinkiv in Poltava land into large family of a teacher of the local two-grade school. (Her mother, Mariya ...
Mykola Zerov | CIUS Press
ykola Zerov (1890–1937) was a poet, translator, teacher, and literary historian. He was a Professor of Ukrainian literature at the Kyiv Architectural Institute, Kyiv ...
Ukrainian Studies | Arts Online Site - Monash Arts - Monash University
The Mykola Zerov Centre for Ukrainian Studies at Monash will be involved in the project as part of an international research network that will include the ...

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