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This issue features essays on Taras Shevchenko as an emigré poet and on the literary techniques in his works; a piece comparing J.J. Rousseau's "Emile" and P. Kulish's views on education; an analysis of Ivan Franko's "Moloda muza" as well as essays on the themes in the literary works of Mykola Khvyl'ovy, Yuriy Yanovs'ky, Yevhen Hutsalo, I. Mykytenko and L. Pervomaiskyi, Nikolay Gogol, Vladimir Tendryakov, D.S. Merezhovsky, and Alexander Solzhenitsyn; an analysis on the changing image of Ukrainians in English-Canadian fiction; and notes in applied linguistics regarding the concept of love in Ukrainian.

In This Issue

Author Page Title
George Y. Shevelov 9 Iak sklo: On and Around a Simile in Shevchenko's Poetry
Bohdan Rubchak 21 Taras Shevchenko as an Émigré Poet
Romana M. Bahry 57 J.J. Rousseau's Émile and P. Kulish's Views on Education
Marta Horban-Carrynyk 80 Ivan Franko and Moloda muza
Myroslav Shkandrij 90 Irony in the Works of Mykola Khvyl'ovy
Dolly Ferguson 103 Yuriy Yanovs'ky's Four Sabres: A Re-examination of the Concept of Faustian Man
Marko Pavlyshyn 113 Yevhen Hutsalo's Pozychenyy cholovik: The Whimsical in the Contemporary Ukrainian Novel
Jaroslav Rozumnyj 129 The Return of a Symbol: Shevchenko's Kateryna in Contemporary Soviet Ukrainian Literature
Bohdan Budurowycz 143 The Changing Image of Ukrainians in English-Canadian Fiction
Nicolae Pavliuc 158 Dual Forms in Literary Ukrainian and Dialects
O. Horbach 174 Vulychnytski argotozmy v tvorakh I. Mykytenka i L. Pervomaiskoho
Bohdan Medwidsky 192 The Concept of Love in Ukrainian: Some Notes in Applied Linguistics
Ralph Lindheim 200 Gogol's Inspector General as Dumb Show
H.E. Bowman 212 The Central Emblem in Dead Souls
Kathryn Feuer 216 Intentional and Emergent Structures in Dead Souls (Chichikov: A Case for the Defense)
Constantin Ponomareff 234 Nikolay Gogol's Nihilism
C. Harold Bedford 241 Tragedy as Ideology: D.S. Merezhkovsky's Paul I
N.N. Schneidman 249 Soviet Schools and Society in the Prose of Vladimir Tendryakov
K.A. Lantz 259 Solzhenitsyn and Anarchism: Authority and Justice

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