Kdo jsou ti Ukrajinci? Hledání identity a prolínání žánrů v románě Maxyma Dupeško Príběh důstojný celého jabloňového sadu

Title in English Who are the Ukrainians? Searching for identity and intertwining genres in Maxym Dupeško's Novel The Story of a Dignified Whole Apple Orchard
Authors

KUZNIETSOVA Krystyna

Year of publication 2019
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference KIRÁLY PÉTER 100 TANULMÁNYKÖTET KIRÁLY PÉTER TISZTELETÉRE II.
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Citation
Web http://hdl.handle.net/10831/44584
Keywords national identity; Ukrainian literature; literature of 21th century; new aspects in Ukrainian literature
Description Parents, school, environment, and so on contribute to the perception of the world and the formation of the individual. And in this case, we need culture, language and literature to educate a nation. The language is the initial phase of forming national identity, the most important component without which we can’t understand culture and literature. This formula would be ideal: parents talk in some language, read fairy tales in which there are elements of culture, celebrate holidays and learn traditions, go to school where this language is learn- ed, the history of this nation, etc. What happens if the territory will be part of more than one state in a single century? What if the question of nationality is the only solution to the name of the hometown? These reflections partly reveal in the novel of Ukrainian writer Maxim Dupeshko.