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At the Philological Faculty held a memorial evening of the famous Ukrainian writer Mykola Khvylovy

13.12.2013 14:06 All Faculties Philology Філологічний факультет творчий вечір

Today in Ukraine celebrated the 120th anniversary of the birth of the famous writer and national public figure Mykola Khvylovy. In commemoration of the artist 4th year students of the Faculty of Philology led by associate professor of Ukrainian literature Oksana Protsenko spent the evening of memory of the writer "Last work of Mykola Khvylovy". The event invited not only fellow students but also teachers of philological faculty and students of 2nd year.

Scenario authors - Olena Zabolotnya and Yulia Panasenkova - set a goal to not only hold an interesting event, but also to reveal to the audience a complex and multi-faceted personality of the writer, to encourage them to Mykola Khvylovy compassion wave, which in tragic circumstances passed away at a time when, according to his own definition, "Apple of his imagination just blossomed".
Hosts of the event - Kateryna Danshyna and Dariya Skomaroha - reminded the audience at the event of the circumstances under which the May 13, 1933 died Mykola Khvylovy. Kostyantyn Konotopets played the role of the artist in his last tragic day and cited a farewell note of the writer. Participants also picked quotes of famous writers: Maksym Rylsky, Petro Panch, Ivan Mykytenko and others who have dealt with the talented and tragic personality Mykola Khvylovy.
Also, students have prepared the most dramatic staging points of Mykola Khvylovy famous works: novels, "I (Romance)", "Editor Kark", "Mother" and the unfinished novel "The Hunt for woodcock".
Present in the audience with loud applause awarded dramatic performances of Kateryna Burtseva, Inna Chumak, Viktoriya Matveeva, Dariya Shmyhlya, Olena Vasylchenko, Maryna Lytvynchuk, Alyona Maslyuk, Maryna Hrebeniuk, Tetyana Gaponenko, Natalya Turnayeva and Victoriya Kopiykyna.
Dariya Shmyhlya and Maryna Lytvynchuk were also prepared for the event with choreographic composition. Anastasiya Chernutska sang own song with a guitar in the words of the poem of Mykola Khvylovy "My gold birch" and Yuliya Panasenkova read her own verses dedicated to the artist. Event ends with a minute of silence in a honor of the writer.
The audience expressed sincere admiration for artistic performances of 4th year students and thanked them for this interesting event.

Tamila Tarasenko

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