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This issue features an historical introduction to Ukrainian Studies at Monash University, a piece on the rhetoric and politics of Ivan Kotliarevsky's "Eneida," an analysis of Lesia Ukrainka's "Lisova Pisnia" as a variant of the liebestod motif, an essay on the dramaturgy of grief in Vasyl Stefanyk's "Syny," a piece on the non-deverbative formation of verbs in Modern Ukrainian and Polish, an essy on Vojvodina's Rusinian and its Ukrainian constituent, and an article on Ukrainian Studies in Czechoslovakia between the World Wars.

In This Issue

Author Page Title
J.E.M. Clarke 3 Ukrainian Studies at Monash University—An Historical Introduction
Marko Pavlyshyn 9 The Rhetoric and Politics of Kotliarevsky's Eneida
Slobodanka Vladiv 25 Lisova pisnia as a Variant of the Liebestod Motif
Olesia Rosalion 39 The Dramaturgy of Grief: Vasyl Stefanyk's Syny
Jadwiga Kuligowska 49 Non-deverbative Formation of Verbs in Modern Ukrainian and Polish
Jiri Marvan 73 Vojvodina's Rusinian and Its Ukrainian Constituent
Jindra Hrncirova-Potter 83 Ukrainian Studies in Czechoslovakia between the World Wars
Other Articles 89
Book Reviews 101
Books Received 112

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