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ABC Kyiv, Ukraine By Leah Evans
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Explore Kyiv, Ukraine through photographs from A to Z.
47 Days In Europe By Anthony Kaschor
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A collection of photos and anecdotes from our 47-day adventure/honeymoon through 12 countries in Europe. Starting in Paris, France, and ending in Rome, Italy.
47 Days In Europe By Anthony Kaschor
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A collection of photos and anecdotes from our 47-day adventure/honeymoon through 12 countries in Europe. Starting in Paris, France, and ending in Rome, Italy.
Melody West and the Blue Dancer By Francesca Rappa
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The Adventurous Melody West Series Book 3: It is autumn and Melody West leaves her hometown and goes on an adventurous journey with her all-girl chorus to Ukraine. At the start of the novel, Melody... More > is worried her chorus is uninspired and unprepared for their upcoming performance. However, once Melody and her chorus land in Kyiv they soon discover how to look to the past for inspiration and show their audience the human spirit with its hopes and joys and sorrows. Central to the novel is a piece of sculpture called the Blue Dancer, made by Ukrainian artist Alexander Archipenko. Melody first sees the Blue Dancer at the art museum in Maplewood and is convinced the enigmatic dancer is keeping a secret from her. However, it is not until Melody befriends a charming and spirited former ballerina in Kyiv that the mystery of the Blue Dancer is finally revealed. ::: Experience the sights and sounds of Melody's adventures at her companion blog Sugoi.< Less
Melody West and the Blue Dancer By Francesca Rappa
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The Adventurous Melody West Series Book 3: It is autumn and Melody West leaves her hometown and goes on an adventurous journey with her all-girl chorus to Ukraine. At the start of the novel, Melody... More > is worried her chorus is uninspired and unprepared for their upcoming performance. However, once Melody and her chorus land in Kyiv they soon discover how to look to the past for inspiration and show their audience the human spirit with its hopes and joys and sorrows. Central to the novel is a piece of sculpture called the Blue Dancer, made by Ukrainian artist Alexander Archipenko. Melody first sees the Blue Dancer at the art museum in Maplewood and is convinced the enigmatic dancer is keeping a secret from her. However, it is not until Melody befriends a charming and spirited former ballerina in Kyiv that the mystery of the Blue Dancer is finally revealed. ::: Experience the sights and sounds of Melody's adventures at her companion blog Sugoi.< Less
Literature/ART By Stanislav Grezdo & Luba Vera Nadiya Markewycz
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The Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art catalog of exhibit of children’s art titled “Literature/ART,” inspired by Ukrainian Literature it is a collection of 40 works of art from Lviv,... More > Kyiv, Poltava, Kharkiv, Donetsk and Cherkasy. These are works of children from grades 5 thru 11. The medium which they used is varied - from watercolors to pencil and ink to bold acrylics. The themes from which they based their works could be prose, poetry of music.< Less
The System of Theatrical Improvisation By Stanislav Hlushko
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Ukrainian publisher presents the essay "The system of theatrical improvisation,” a result of ten-year experience of actor Stanislav Hlushko in the "Black Square" theater, Kyiv.... More > Improvisation by itself is not a novelty. It is known from performances of the antiquity by strolling comedians, Commedia dell'arte performers in Italy... A myth was created that improvisation should be prepared, and there is no other way. In the middle of the last century, Viola Spolin and Keith Johnstone began to develop improvisation techniques… This book describes a fundamentally different approach to improvisation, free of any restrictions. Systematically described are the basic laws of existence of an actor in spontaneous improvisation, fundamentals of improvisational dialogue, structural improvisation, and various playing situations.< Less
The Orange Revolution in Ukraine - a Step to Freedom. By Tetyana Tiryshkina
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This photo book contains photographs of The Orange Revolution in Ukraine. The author was a participant in all the famous and remarkable events of November-December 2004. As a citizen and patriot, she... More > stood on Maidan, Kyiv, with hundreds of thousands of fellow Ukrainians, and cried out words of Truth, Freedom and Validity, protesting against the massive corruption, voter intimidation and direct electoral fraud. As an experienced photographer, she recorded the history of modern-day revolution, observing the events, faces, and facts through the lens of her Canon. This book is useful and interesting to those who are curious about world history, photography.....and Ukraine, in particular.< Less
Women from North Move to South: Turkey's Female Movers from the Former Soviet Union Countries By Oksana Koshulko
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Women from North Move to South by Oksana Koshulko tells us about migration of women from the Former Soviet Union countries to Turkey. The book draws on a pioneering research in this area discussing... More > the results from a field research carried out in Turkey. Koshulko interviewed women from the Former Soviet Union countries to understand their motives, difficulties and struggles they go through in their lives in Turkey. She explores their common problems in Turkey, their education, opportunities and restrictions with reference to broader economic and political circumstances. Dr Oksana Koshulko earned her PhD in Economic Sciences at the National University of Food Technologies in Kyiv. She is an Associate Professor and a member of the Association for Women in Slavic Studies (AWSS), USA. She studies migration, women, human capital and gender issues.< Less
L'Ancre By Anna BAGRIANA
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Anna Bagriana est née en mars 1981 à Fastiv (région de Kyiv, Ukraine). Elle a terminé la faculté des lettres à l’Université nationale Taras... More > Chevtvhenko de Kyiv. Elle a publié 6 recueils poétiques, des romans (L’étymologie du sang, 2008 ; Un amour bien drôle, 2010 ; L’homme à problèmes, 2012) et d’un recueil de pièces et des récits pour les enfants. Son théâtre a été joué en Ukraine, aux États-Unis et en Macédoine. Ses ouvrages sont traduits en 17 langues. Ses livres (recueils de poèmes, de pièces et un roman) ont paru en Pologne, en Azerbaïdjan, en Bulgarie, en Serbie et en Macédoine. Anna Bagriana a également traduit de nombreux ouvrages des langues slaves. Elle a obtenu de nombreux prix littéraires en Ukraine et à l’étranger, dont le prix Ukraino-allemand Oles’ Hontchar, le prix Maroussia Bek (Canada), Prix International Plume volante d’argent (Bulgarie), Prix International des Frères Miladinov de l’Académie< Less