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Lesya Ukrainka's significance in Ukrainian literature

Mary Hovanec
Professor of History at Cuyahoga Community College
Ukrainian Cultural Garden
Cleveland Ohio - August 28, 2011

Mary Hovanec, Professor of History at Cuyahoga Community College, spoke about Lesya Ukrainka and her significance in Ukrainian literature at the rededication of the Lesya Ukrainka statue in the Ukrainian Garden on One World Day 2011 in Cleveland Ohio.




Mary Hovanec, Professor of History at Cuyahoga Community College

Mary Hovanec, Professor of History
at Cuyahoga Community College










Lesya Ukrainka Statue Rededication
Ukrainian Cultural Garden in Cleveland

Blessing of the Statue
Most Reverend John Bura DD and other Clergy

The Ukrainian Identity by Ihor Diaczun
President of the United Ukrainian Organizations of Ohio

Ribbon cutting on Lesya Ukrainka statue
Women from the Ukrainian National Women's League of America

Origins of the Statue of Lesya Ukrainka
Ukrainian National Women's League of America President Marianna Zajac

Lesya Ukrainka's significance in Ukrainian literature
Mary Hovanec, Professor of History at Cuyahoga Community College (this page)

Lesya Ukrainka poems 'Rondo' and 'Contra Spem Spero'
recited by Christina Skabyk


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