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2017 | 5 | 173-184
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Українська поезія в Польщі у період „Хрущовської відлиги”

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The article deals with the origin, development and importance of the Ukrainian literature that has been present in Poland since 1956. It was then that Ukrainians were able not only to easily express their artistic creativity, but they could also publish their works in the newly created media. The founders of the Ukrainian poetry in Poland were Ostap Lapskyy, Eugene Samohvalenko, Jakiv Hudemchuk, Mila Luchak, Olga Petyk and others. Among the main motives of their poems were longing for their homeland, loss of their native land, love of the homeland, and a high value of their native language. Since the eighties of 20 century, there has appeared literature of the new, younger generation.
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173-184
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