Wira Wowk. Proza
This book of Vira Vovk’s prose includes three novels (Dukhy i dervishi (Spirits and Dervishes, 1956), Vitrazhi (Stained-Glass Windows, 1961), and Stari panianky (Old Maids, 1995)) as well as her Ranni opovidannia (Early Stories, 1943–54), Legendy (Legends, 1955), Kazky (Fairy Tales, 1956), Opovidannia dlia ditei (Stories for Children, 1960–62), and science fiction stories (“Sviatyi hai” (Holy Grove, 1983), “Karnaval” (Carnival, 1986), and “Kaleidoskop” (Kaleidoscope, 1979–2001)).
Vira Vovk (Selianska) was born in Boryslav in 1926. She studied Germanics, musicology, and comparative literature in Tübingen, Rio de Janeiro (where she completed a PhD), New York, and Munich. She was a professor of literature at Rio de Janeiro State University. Vovk has won the Ivan Franko Literary Award in Chicago (1957, 1982, 1985, 1989) and in Kyiv (1990) as well as the Blahovist Prize in 2000.
- Cover: Paperback
- Language: Ukrainian
- Number of pages: 448
- Parameters: 140 х 200 х 27 mm; weight: 0,7 kg
- Year: 2001
- ISBN: 966-7845-05-02