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Journal of Ukrainian Studies Vol 13 Issue 1

This issue features a piece on Ukrainian Baroque poetry and drama in translation, a reflection on the Cossack and peasant ethos in conflict, and the fourth part of an article on Ukrainian Literature in English published since 1980.ARTICLES Mary Ann Szporluk and L. R. Titunik: Ukrainian Baroque Poetry and Drama in Translation ...3 Oleh S. Ilnytzkyj: The Cossack and Peasant Ethos in Conflict: Reflections on Khiba Revut' Voly, Jak Jasla Povni? ...43 Marta Tarnawsky: Ukrainian Literature in English Published Since 1980: Part 4 ...55 REVIEW ARTICLE Colin P. Neufeldt: Fifth Column? New Light on the Soviet Germans and Their Relationship to the Third Reich ...65 BOOK REVIEWS John A. Armstrong: Ivo Banac and Frank E. Sysyn, eds., with the assistance of Uliana M.Pasicznyk. Harvard Ukrainian Studies Special Issue: Concepts of Nationhood in Early Modern Eastern Europe ...83 Ostap Skrypnyk: Bohdan S. Kordan and Lubomyr Y. Luciuk. Anglo-American Perspectives on the Ukrainian Question 1938-1951: A Documentary Collection ...85 Bohdan Harasymiw: Albert P. Van Goudoever. The Limits of Destalinization in the Soviet Union: Rehabilitations in the Soviet Union Since Stalin ...89 Ivan Avakumovic: Norman Penner. Canadian Communism: The Stalin Years and Beyond ...90 Ihor V. Zielyk: Oleh Wolowyna, ed. Ethnicity and National Identity: Demographic and Socioeconomic Characteristics of Persons with Ukrainian Mother Tongue in the United States ...92 I. S. Koropets'kyi: Patricia Herlihy. Odessa: A History, 1794-1914 ...95

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