Postkomunìstyčna molodìst’ v ukrajins’kìj lìteraturì ostannìch rokìv

Title in English Post-communist youth in Ukrainian literature of recent years


Year of publication 2021
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

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Description It has been more than ten years since Serhiy Zhadan's Depeche Mode (2004) introduced us to a young generation of embarrassed Kharkivites, mentally traumatized and insecure, and it is not surprising that the literature of the first decade of the 21st century has departed from that playfulness and experimental, young people went through certain deformations, giving up constant escapes and travel and realizing the importance of speaking injuries. And so the main characters of today's novels have changed, they are increasingly turning to the past to rethink and understand this world, but perhaps they have not stopped their search, they still need to go the next way of self-knowledge to stop and fully define their identity. And so the events at the turn of the XX and XXI centuries are reflected in Ukrainian literature today. On the example of several novels, we will consider the world of a young Ukrainian in post-communist independent Ukraine.
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