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2008 | 32 | 74-87
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Популярность беллетристики Григория Данилевского в Европе

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George Danilevsky, the author of New Russia fugitives and Mirovitch, was not only a bilingual Ukrainian writer, who belonged to a circle of Russian literature authors, but he was also a person who, together with Gogol and other writers, co-originated the “Ukrainian school” in Russian literature. In its history he was not only honored as a literary man, who consequently and passionately wrote about Ukraine, but also as a writer who devoted large part of his literary output to this country. He also stood out above other writers as a belletrist who fought both for the existence rights of the Ukrainian literature and for a due place of this country not only in Europe but also in the circle of Slavonic literatures. Such a behavior was conflicting with principles of imperialistic chauvinistic Russian sovereigns. In spite of his literary and social achievements, Danilevsky has been forgotten
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  • Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin, Poland
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