History of Ukrainian literature in Canada by M. I. Mandryka

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Published by Ukrainian Free Academy of Sciences in Winnipeg, Ottawa .

Written in English

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  • Ukrainian literature -- Canada -- History and criticism

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Other titlesHistoire de la littérature ukrainienne au Canada.
Statementby M.I. Mandryka.
ContributionsUkraïnsʹka vilʹna akademii͡a nauk.
The Physical Object
Pagination247 p. :
Number of Pages247
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Open LibraryOL23753459M

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