Take a moment to browse the InfoUkes bookstore. The staff at InfoUkes have chosen a variety of interesting books and CDs on ukrainian themes. New materials are being added continuously, so check back often.
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These books and materials are available directly from the publisher or author. Most of these pages have an online order form, so if you are interested in ordering you may put in a request immediately. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the distributors via e-mail. They would be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.
|Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies Press|
|Litopys UPA -- Chronicle of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army|
|Gemstones, by John Romanation|
|Church in Ruins|
|Churches of Ukraine: Peremyshl Eparchy|
|Ukraine Posters by Wilton S. Tifft|
|Searching For Place, Lubomyr Y. Luciuk|
Electronic versions of texts are available on the Internet.
The "Introduction" by John Cournos is somewhat russocentric, however, effectively describes the character of Mykola Hohol, the historical context of his writings about Ukraine, his fundamental influence on prose in Russia, and his romantic ukrainian nature and works.
The Electronic Library of Ukrainian Literature provides free access to electronic texts of Ukrainian literature to all readers, particularly to students outside Ukraine, where texts are often difficult to obtain. Eventually, if funding allows, the library will grow to include translations and author biographies, bibliographies, and other secondary materials pertinent to Ukrainian literature, in both English and Ukrainian. At the moment, resources allow for only a modest project to digitize classic texts of Ukrainian prose.
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