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Ep. 28 - Sources and Such


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Here are some great Taras Shevchenko Websites that have his poems and articles about him:

* Taras Shevchenko Website (no idea who created, but it's great)

* Taras Shevchenko Museum (1604 Bloor St. W. Toronto, Canada)


Travel Destinations:

* Shevchenko National Reserve (Kaniv, Cherkask oblast, 19000)


Sources:

* Ivan Franko, "Taras Shevchenko" in The Slavic Review (1924)

* W.K. Matthews, "The Man and the Symbol" in Forum Magazine (1989)

* George S.N. Luckyj, "Is Shevchenko a Symbol of Universal Freedom?" in Comparative Literature Studies (1964)

* George G. Grabowicz, "Insight and Blindness in the Reception of Sevcenko: The Case of Kostomarov" in Harvard Ukrainian Studies (1993)

* Serhii Plokhy, The Gates of Europe: A History of Ukraine (2017)

* Paul Robert Magocsi, A History of Ukraine (1996)

* Ralph Lindheim & George S.N. Luckyj (eds.), Towards an Intellectual History of Ukraine (1996)

* George G. Grabowicz, "Taras Shevchenko: The Making of the National Poet" in Revue des etudes slaves (2014)

* Demetrius M. Corbett, "Taras Shevchenko and Ira Aldridge: (The Story of Friendship between the Great Ukrainian Poet and Great Negro Tragedian)" in The Journal of Nedro Education (1964)

* Victor O. Buyniak, "Shevchenko the Artist" in Canadian Slavonic Papers (1965)

* Rory Finnin, "Nationalism and the Lyric, or How Taras Shevchenko Speaks to Compatriots Dead, Living, and Unborn" in The Slavonic and East European Review (2011)

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