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Petro Soroka. Gennady Shchipkivsky


Petro Soroka. Gennady Shchipkivsky

The monographic research analyzes the characteristic features of the epic prose of the well-known Ukrainian prose writer Gennady Shchipkovsky. Particular attention is paid to the narrative, that is, the narrative dimensions of the writer's works, the aesthetic functions of his prose, as well as the specific features of the style in the trilogy «Tovtry», the novel «The Fury», numerous stories and short stories of the artist are analyzed in detail.

The publication is intended for teachers of humanities, philology students, and a wide range of readers.

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