Students the Faculty of Philology of ZNU participated in the event of commemoration of the poet Volodymyr Bulayenko
September 13, 2nd year students of the Faculty of Philology of Zaporizhzhya National University under the guidance of associate professor of Ukrainian literature, Valentyna Kravchenko took part in the opening of memorial plaque to Ukrainian poet-warrior and teacher - Volodymyr Bulayenko (1918-1944 years) in Chapaevskaya NVK (v. Chapaevka, Pology district, Zaporizhzhya). Holiday timed to the anniversary of the poet, who this year would have celebrated 95 years.
In 1940-1941 years Volodymyr Bulayenko taught in railway Chapaevskaya school. Therefore, a plaque in his honor decided to open in the village. At the beginning of the holiday village head Mykola Guzenko and director of Chapaevskaya NVK, Fedir Matsyutsya warmly welcomed guests from all over Ukraine. Among the dignitaries presented at the celebrations was the brother of the poet Viktor Krachkovsky. Also the event visited delegation ofcountrymen of Volodymyr Bulayenko.
Symbolically, a memorial plaque made countryman of the writer Volodymyr Polishchuk. The initiator of the event to commemorate the poet, was Head of of Zaporizhzhya affiliate of the international public association "Compatriots "Khmelnychchyna"" Raisa Lifantiy. 2nd year students of the Faculty of Philology of Zaporizhzhya National University headed by associate professor of Ukrainian literature, Valentyna Kravchenko not only made their way to event, but also recited poems of the artist.
Holiday guests, students and teachers of the school, the villagers during the holiday could enjoy the poetry of Volodymyr Bulayenko, learn about the history of his life, from his brother, listen to the little known facts of his biography. In particular to those present at the event, told that the August 19, 1944 at the age of 26 years in the fight for the liberation from fascists of the Lithuanian city Bauska, poet-soldier was fatally wounded. Homemade notebook of his poems got the poet and the editor of the magazine "Dnipro" Andriy Malyshko, who published some works of Volodymyr Bulayenka in the magazine. Subsequently, in 1958, published his first collection of "Poems" with a foreword by Lina Kostenko. And in 1961, Oles Gonchar posthumously accepted the poet's Union of Writers of Ukraine.
Oleksandra Emelyanova, Margaryta Tarasova,
2nd year students of the Faculty of Philology