RE-ACTUALIZATION OF THE COLLECTIVE MEMORY IN THE MODERN UKRAINIAN LITERATURE

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Oksana Puchońska

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The article is dedicated to the peculiarities of the modern Ukrainian culture and literaturein the process of post-totalitarian and post-colonialistic studies. The author points to thedifferences in the concepts of antitotalitarianism and post-totalitarianism, de-colonialism andpost-colonialism. She tries to research the representation of the concept of war in the modernUkrainian literature. Much attention is paid to traumatic memory in the context of MemoryStudies. The analysis is carried out on the basis of the following novels: Inge by Sergiy German,Solo for Salomea by Volodymyr Lys and Tango of death by Yuriy Vynnyčuk.

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Puchońska, O. (2014). RE-ACTUALIZATION OF THE COLLECTIVE MEMORY IN THE MODERN UKRAINIAN LITERATURE. Porównania, 15, 209-217. https://doi.org/10.14746/p.2014.15.10905
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