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Mykola Zerov

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The Mykola Zerov Centre for Ukrainian Studies, Monash University. Ukrainian Studies Association of Australia.
Between Scylla and Charybdis: prospects and challenges for
under the auspices of the Mykola Zerov Centre for Ukrainian Studies, School of Languages,.
Thirty-Five Years of Ukrainian Literature in the U.S.S.R.
to reach a high level of art, which, in the opinion of Zerov, the leader of the group, was the essence of Ukrainian classicism.8.
290 OKSANA JACKIM Maxim Rylsky. Autumn Stars. Translated from
Mykola Zerov, Mykhailo Drai-Khmara, Pavlo Fylypovich, and Osvald Burghardt ( pen name Yuri Klen).
A Study of Vasyl' Stefanyk
Mykola Zerov correctly remarked in one of his critical essays: .. .

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Mykola Zerov - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mykola Zerov (April 26, 1890 - November 3, 1937, Sandarmokh, Karelia.
Ukrainian literature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mykola Zerov | CIUS Press
Mykola Zerov (1890–1937) was a poet, translator, teacher, and literary historian.
Zerov, Mykola
Zerov, Mykola, b 26 April 1890 in Zinkiv, Poltava gubernia, d 3 November 1937 in Sandarmoch, Karelia, RFSSR. (Photo: Mykola Zerov.
Meet the Zerovs, a Ukrainian Distinguished - Welcome to Ukraine
Mykola Zerov, brilliant Ukrainian poet, translator, literary critic and historian of literature, lived a rich, full life that ended tragically. He was born on April 26, 1890 .

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