From Three Worlds (Vol.12 of the GLAS Series)

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From Three Worlds is a pathbreaking anthology from a long-suppressed culture of Europe, now re-emerging on the world stage. For 350 years prior to independence in 1991, Ukraine endured a subordinate relationship enforced alike by tsars and commissars. As the Soviet Union entered a new (and final) era after 1985, Ukrainian literature shed its underground existence. "It was largely the inner freedom felt by writers and intelligentsia that led to independence", asserts Solomea Pavlychko in her introduction. From Three Worlds is the first publication in English to witness Ukraine's literary renaissance.

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"The eclectic voices in From Three Worlds--antic, intoxicated, enraged--comprise nothing less than the emancipation chorus of Ukrainian writing. We do well to listen to these liberated voices rising from the ancient and stable world that has thrillingly become fresh and unstable again." --Edward Hirsch


"This splendid anthology showcases the dazzling richness of current Ukrainian writing--colorfully original, boldly self-revelatory, stunningly broad in scope. Drawing on a wealth of traditions and sources ranging from the Bible to Beatles songs, these works are a testament to the vivid talent of Ukraine's prose writers and to the impassioned sophistication of her poets." --Helena Goscilo, Editor, Lives in Transit


"A vigorous collection of prose and poetry showcasing the work of fifteen of the former Soviet republic's best contemporary writers." --Kirkus Reviews

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