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"A Century has passed since the death of Taras Shevchenko, the great Ukrainian poet, and it is most fitting that a monument in his honor is to be erected on the grounds of the Manitoba Legislature As a poet he not only enriched the literature of his people but inspired them with new hope for freedom. What he sought for them he sought no less for the oppressed everywhere in the world."
- John Diefenbaker, Prime Minister of Canada, April 1961

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"I am pleased to add my voice to those honoring the great Ukrainian poet Taras Shevchenko. We honor him for his rich contribution to the culture not only of Ukraine, which he loved so well and described so eloquently, but of the world. His work is a noble part of our historical heritage."
- President John F. Kennedy, March 25, 1961

THIS SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY of over 300 entries includes all of the major books in English about Shevchenko and his literary and art works. It also includes entries for scholarly journal and popular magazine articles as well as analyticals for essays and chapters in books. The major categories not included are newspaper articles, with a few exceptions, unpublished dissertations and only a few Internet sites. I have not provided many citations for individual poems, but these may be easily located through the Lewanski and Piaseckyj bibliographies listed below.

There is now a surprisingly extensive literature about Taras Shevchenko available to readers in the English language. Most of his poetry is now available in English translation although it is a very difficult challenge for English translators to successfully capture the musical and poetic style of Shevchenko's Ukrainian language.

Shevchenko dreamed of a Ukraine that would be free of the stifling rule and censorship of the Russian Tsarist Imperial government. Some of Shevchenko's works were also censored by the Soviet Union. Now that Ukraine has been independent since August 24, 1991 does Shevchenko's poetry still hold any interest for the modern reader? Indeed it does, because Shevchenko was not only a national poet of Ukraine he was also a universal poet. He defended the rights of all peoples to freedom, of human dignity, of women, of Jews, and stressed the importance of education, tradition and heritage. In addition, the renaissance of the Ukrainian language now in progress since 1991 is a tribute to Shevchenko's role as the founder of the modern literary Ukrainian language. I would welcome additions and corrections to this bibliography. A.G.

This bibliography is organized in three parts:

  • Bibliographies
  • Shevchenko Literary works in translation arranged chronologically.
  • Biography and Literary Criticism arranged alphabetically.

BIBLIOGRAPHIES

Bojko, Jurij & Erwin Koschmieder. Taras Shevchenko: Sein Leben und sein Werk. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, 1965. 492 p. port. Includes a very useful multilingual Shevcenko Bibliography: p. 477-492.


Gregorovich, Andrew. Shevchenko Books in English 1911-1988. Forum (Scranton PA: Ukrainian Fraternal Association) no. 77 Spring 1989, p. 78-82. illus. facsimiles.


Infoukes in Toronto includes an index to Ukrainian web sites which provide access through the Internet to other Shevchenko resources: http://www.infoukes.com/.


Lewanski, Richard C. The Literatures of the World in English Translation: A Bibliography. The Slavic Literatures. New York: New York Public Library, 1967. See the section on Shevchenko (p. 438-40) which lists all the poems in collections and separately published individual titles.


Piaseckyj, Oksana. Bibliography of Ukrainian Literature in English and French: Translations and Critical Works (1950-1986). Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1989. 386 p. See the very useful section on Shevchenko (p. 82-118) which gives citations for translations of individual poems. I have not included these individual poems below-A.G.


Shevchenko Scientific Society Library Catalog. 63 Fourth Ave., New York, N.Y. 10003 USA Tel: 212 254-5130 Fax 212 254-5239. The on-line catalog is available by author, title or subject on the INTERNET: http://www.brama.com/ntsa/ntsaa55.html


Sokolyszyn, Aleksander. Shevchenkology in English: Selected Chronological Bibliography of Taras Shevchenko's Works including Works About Him. New York: Shevchenko Memorial Committee, 1964. 58 p.


S[woboda], V. Taras Shevchenko Works in English Translation. In: Shevchenko, Song Out of Darkness. London 1961.


Tarnawsky, Marta. Ukrainian Literature in English Published Since 1980. Journal of Ukrainian Studies. 4 parts: Winter 1985 - Summer 1988.


Weres, Roman. Ukraine: Selected References in the English Language. 2nd ed. Chicago: Ukrainian Research and Information Institute, 1974. See Shevchenko nos. 1499-1560 and 1934-1936.


Wynar, Bohdan S. Ukraine: A Bibliographic Guide to English-Language Publications. Englewood, Col.: Ukrainian Academic Press, 1990. See entries in index under Shevchenko.


Wynar, Bohdan S. Independent Ukraine: A Bibliographic Guide to English-Language Publications, 1989-1999. Englewood, Col.: Ukrainian Academic Press, 2000. xiv, 552 p. A very useful bibliography including Shevchenko p. 414-16.


Yasinsky, Bohdan (Library of Congress) & Valentyna Pashkova (President, Ukrainian Library Association; Kyiv Institute of Culture). Taras Shevchenko in the Library of Congress: A Bibliography. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1998. This is a very useful multilingual bibliography of 805 entries of Shevchenko representing only titles in the Library of Congress (in 14 languages). On the INTERNET: http://lcweb.loc.gov/rr/european/shevchenko.html

 

SHEVCHENKO LITERARY WORKS
Arranged Chronologically

Shevchenko, Taras. A Dream. Translated by John Weir. Ukraine Illustrated Monthly. March 1986, p. 12.


Shevchenko, Taras. A Page of Verses. Ukraine, Kiev, no. 96, August 1984, p. 11, ports. Translations of 8 poems by John Weir and Irina Zheleznova: Beside the Hut, Kings, Fate, A Dream, I’m Not Unwell, Isaiah, Wine was a Potion, and By a Spring.


Shevchenko, Taras. Six Lyrics from the Ruthenian . . . Rendered into English verse with a biographical sketch, by E. L. Voynich. London: Elkin Mathews, 1911. 63 p. (Vigo Cabinet Series, 86)


Shevchenko, Taras. Thoughts From a Prison. Topolia. [Poems] Songs of Ukraina With Ruthenian Poems, Translated by Florence Randal Livesay. London-Toronto: Dent, 1916, p. 147-56. Khustina: The Betrothal Kerchief, p. 78-81.


Shevchenko, Taras. Lyric. Winter: Poem. Literary Digest 52, Jan. 29, 1916, p. 237-40


Shevchenko, Taras. The Kobzar of the Ukraine: Being Select Poems Done into English Verse with Biographical Fragments, by Alexander Jardine Hunter. Teulon, Man.: Dr. A.J. Hunter, 1922. 144 p. Translations of 22 poems by Shevchenko with the assistance of John Bodrug and S. Bychinsky.


Shevchenko, Taras. Preface of the Hajdamaki. Translated by Clarence A. Manning. In: Columbia University Course in Literature. New York 1928. vol. 10. p. 486-489.


Shevchenko Taras. Poetry of Shevchenko. David’s Psalm No. XLIII, Translated by Dr. Nestor Procyk, Buffalo, N.Y. Only Friend, Ethel L. Voynich, translator. See Fires Ablaze, Percy P. Selver, translator. Forum no. 61 (Scranton, PA) Spring 1985, p. 16.


Shevchenko, Taras. My Youth (From an autobiography published in Narodnoe Chtenye. In: Kalendar Ukrains'koho Robitnychoho Soyuza na rik 1931. Scranton: Ukrainian Workingmen's Association, 1930, p. 109-12.


Shevchenko, Taras. Two Poems: Easter Day. It is All the Same to Me. Translated by Marie S. G[ambal]. In: Kalendar Ukrains'koho Robitnychoho Soyuza na rik 1933, Scranton, Pa: U.W.A., 1932, p. 132.


Shevchenko, Taras. The Drowned Maiden [Poem] Translated by Helen Lubach. Ukrainian Life, Scranton Pa: U.W.A., April 1940, p. 10-11.


Shevchenko, Taras. The Poplar. Trans. by Helen Lubach. Ukrainian Life May 1940, p. 8-9.


Shevchenko, Taras. Thoughts of an Exile. [Poem] Translated by Helen Lubach. Ukrainian Life, Scranton, Pa: U.W.A., August 1940, p. 11.


Shevchenko, Taras. Two Poems: Three Trails. The Rowboat. Translated by H. Lubach. Ukrainian Life, Scranton, Pa., December 1940, p. 10.


Shevchenko, Taras. Thoughts of an Exile. Translated by Helen Lubach. In: Ukrainian Life, Scranton, Pa.: Ukrainian Workingmen's Association, August 1940, p. 11.


Shevchenko, Taras. It's All the Same to Me. Translated by H. Lubach. Ukrainian Life, Scranton, Pa: U.W.A., March 1941, p. 7.


Shevchenko, Taras. Taras Shevchenko: The Poet of Ukraine. Selected Poems. Translated with an Introduction by Clarence A, Manning. Jersey City, N.J.: Ukrainian National Association, 1945. 217 p. port. Prof. Manning of Columbia University was a skilled interpreter and translator of Shevchenko's works.


Shevchenko, Taras. Last Will and Testament, Under the Cherry Trees, I Care Not. Ukrainian Review, vol. 2 no. 1, March 1955, p. 24-26, port.


Shevchenko, Taras. Katerina. Translated by Mary Skrypnyk. Toronto 1960. 20 p.


Shevchenko, Taras. Two Poems Translated by Vera Rich, Ukrainian Review, vol. 7 no. 1, Spring 1960, p. 3-4.


Shevchenko, Taras. Taras Shevchenko: Selections. Translated by John Weir. Toronto: Ukrainian Canadian, 1961. 142 p. illus. "On the occasion of the centenary of the death of Taras Shevchenko." Includes 19 poems, a selection from the novel The Artist and the Autobiography of Shevchenko. John Weir, a Ukrainian Canadian, was a talented translator.


Shevchenko, Taras. The Poetical Works of Taras Shevchenko: The Kobzar. Translated from the Ukrainian by C.H. Andrusyshen and Watson Kirkconnell. Toronto: Published for the Ukrainian Canadian Committee by University of Toronto Press, 1964. li, 563 p. port. This is the most complete and valuable collection of Shevchenko's poetry in English translation. Prof. Andrusyshen,of the University of Saskatchewan, and Prof. Watson Kirkconnell, President of Acadia University, produced this landmark Shevchenko book. A useful 50-page introduction to Shevchenko's life and work opens the volume.

Shevchenko, Taras. Poems. Kyiv: Edition Prime, 2001. 198 p. illus. Compilers: Nadia Kozubovska, Mykola Slavinsky. Poems from The Poetical Works of Taras Shevchenko, by C.H. Andrusyshen and W. Kirkconnell.


Shevchenko, Taras. Song Out of Darkness: Selected Poems. Translated by Vera Rich. London: Mitre Press, 1961. 128 p. English poet Vera Rich who is not of Ukrainian origin, is one of the best translators of Shevchenko.


Shevchenko, Taras. Poems, Poesies, Gedichte. Edited by George S.N. Luckyj. Munich: Molode Zyttia, 1961. 115 p. illus. Includes English, French and German translations of 17 poems.


Shevchenko, Taras. Taras Shevchenko: Selected Works, Poetry and Prose. With Reproductions of Paintings by T. Shevchenko. [Edited by John Weir.] Moscow: Progress Publishers [1961?] 468 p. illus. "Compiled by the Ukrainian Shevchenko Jubilee Committee." Includes an essay "The Bard of Ukraine" by Yevhen Kirilyuk of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences p. 11-19. Fifty-four poems and selections from The Artist and Diary plus the Autobiography are included in translations mostly by John Weir.


Shevchenko, Taras. Word and Fame of Shevchenko. Editor Bohdan Krawciw. Chicago: M. Denysiuk, 1964. 456 p. port. Poetry in Ukrainian and translations into over 40 languages.


Shevchenko, Taras. Delights of the Engraver's Art: A page from the Diary of Shevchenko, June 26, 1857. UNESCO Courier, vol. 17 June 1964, p. 12-13, illus.


Shevchenko, Taras. Encounter on a Summer Night. Extract from Shevchenko's Novel 'The Painter' Trans. by J. Weir. UNESCO Courier vol. 17 June 1964, p. 17, 20-22 illus. Includes six paintings of Shevchenko "The Poetry of Faces" p. 18-19.


Shevchenko Taras. By the Aral sea. If you But Knew. [Poems] Trans. by J. Weir. UNESCO Courier, vol. 17 June 1964, p. 15-16, port.


Shevchenko Taras. Easter Day translated by Marie S. G. (Gambal). Ukrainian Life (Scranton Pa) March 1940, inside cover.


Shevchenko, Taras. Zapovit Movamy Narodiv Svitu. Kyiv: Naukova Dumka, 1964. 117 p. illus. Music by Hordiy Hladky. Translations of the poem "My Testament" into 55 languages. 50,000 copies printed.


Shevchenko, Taras. In the Fortress [Cycle of 12 poems] Trans. by Vera Rich. Ukrainian Review, London, Eng. vol. 12 no. 2 Summer 1965, p. 55-64.


Shevchenko, Taras. My Destiny: An Autobiographical Essay. Forum: A Ukrainian Review (Scranton, Pa,) vol. 1 no. 2, Spring 1967, p. 4-8, illus., ports.


Shevchenko, T. Selected Quotes from the Bard of Ukraine. Ukrainian Canadian (Toronto) March 1969, p. 36.


Shevchenko T.H. The Servant Woman. Translated by Olga Shartse. Ukrainian Canadian (Toronto) March 1969, p. 38-44.


Shevchenko, Taras. Katerina: A Poem translated from the Ukrainian by John Weir. Kiev: Dnipro Publishers, 1972. 63 p. Ukrainian and English text.


Shevchenko, Taras. Selected Poetry. Illustrated With Reproductions of Drawings, Sketches, Outlines, Etchings and Paintings by Taras Shevchenko. Kiev: Dnipro Publishers, 1977. 332 p. Beautifully designed by V. Yurchishin this is a bilingual edition of Ukrainian and English text. A second expanded edition with 558 pages was published in 1989 on "the 175th Anniversary of the Birth of Taras Shevchenko." It includes an essay Shevchenko the Prophet, by Boris Oliynik.


Shevchenko, Taras. Original Manuscript of Shevchenko's Zapovit Testament. (December 25, 1845) Forum no. 38, Winter 1978, p. 18-19. A facsimile reproduction with added signature.


Shevchenko, Taras. Selected Works: Poetry and Prose. Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1979. 533 p. illus. Translations by John Weir, Irina Zheleznova, and Olga Shartse. Includes an introduction: A Great Humanist Poet by Yevgeny Kirilyuk p. 11-17.


Shevchenko, Taras. Down the Hill, Into the Vale. Trans. from Ukrainian by Irina Zheleznova. Kiev: Dnipro, 1979. 15 p. illus. For children.


Shevchenko, Taras. Christmas Day [Poem] Trans. by V. Semenyna. Ukrainian Review, vol. 28 no. 1, 1980, p. 90-91.


Shevchenko, Taras. Autobiography. Soviet Literature, 3 (432), 1984, p. 135-39. Letter to Aleksandr Obolenski, 1860.


Shevchenko, Taras. Christmas Day [Poem]. Trans. by V. Semenyna, 1933. Forum (Scranton, Pa.) no. 64, Winter 1985, p. 33.


Shevchenko, Taras. A Dream (Excerpts). Translated by John Weir. Ukraine Illustrated Monthly no. 3 (115), March 1986, p 12.


Shevchenko, Taras. Beside the Hut... Lyrics by Taras Shevchenko, Music by Mikola Lysenko, Trans. by Irina Zheleznova. Ukraine (Kiev), no. 3 1987, p. 24 illus., music.


Shevchenko, Taras. Selections: Poetry, Prose. Trans. by John Weir. Kiev: Dnipro Publishers, 1988. 338 p. port. Editor V.S. Ruzhytsky. On cover: Taras Shevchenko Selections. Includes 19 poems and 3 prose selections.


Shevchenko, Taras. Zapovit Movamy Narodiv Svitu [Testament in the Languages of the World] Kyiv: Naukova Dumka, 1989. 246 p. Translations of Zapovit into 163 languages of the world including English on p. 121 by J. Weir.


Shevchenko, Taras. The Artist: A Story by Taras Shevchenko. Illustrations, Documents. Translated by A.N. Bilenko. Kiev: Mistetstvo, 1989. 383 p. col. illus. A beautifully designed and published book which includes Shevchenko's prose story in the original Russian with an English parallel translation. The story is a fictionalized reflection of Shevchenko's own life as a professional artist.


Shevchenko's 'Aral Sea' Poems - A Selection. Ukrainian Review (London, Eng., Spring '99 vol. 46 no. 1 (final issue), p. 81-89. English translation by Vera Rich of seven poems done when Shevchenko was in exile.


Shevchenko, Taras. The Complete Kobzar. The Poetry of Taras Shevchenko. Translated from the Ukrainian by Peter Fedynsky. London: Glagoslav, 2013. 412 p., illus.


Shevchenko, Taras. Kobzar: Poetry of Taras Shevchenko in Ukrainian, English and French. Introduction by Andrew Gregorovich. Toronto: Taras Shevchenko Museum, 2014. 231 p. col. illus., ports. A selection of 50 poems to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the birth of the poet.

Taras's Night. From the Little Russian of Taras Shevchenko. [Trans. by Leo Weiner] The Universal Anthology. Ed. by Richard Garnett & others. London: Clarke, 1899. vol. 29 p. 270-277.


SHEVCHENKO: BIOGRAPHY AND LITERARY CRITICISM

Andrienko, L. Shevchenko Museum House in Kiev. Forum: A Ukrainian Review (Scranton, Pa.: Ukrainian Fraternal Association) no. 38, Winter 1978, p. 15-17. illus.


Andrusyshen, C.H. Ukrainian Literature and its Guiding Light Shevchenko. Winnipeg: Ukrainian National Youth Federation of Canada, 1949. 32 p. Professor Constantine Andrusyshen taught Slavic languages at the University of Saskatchewan and compiled a major Ukrainian-English dictionary.


Andrusyshen, C.H. Shevchenko: A National and Universal Genius. Forum: A Ukrainian Review (Scranton, Pa.: Ukrainian Fraternal Association) no. 87 Fall/Winter 1992. p. 12-19. illus., ports.


Antokhii, M. & others. Shevchenko, Taras. In the: Encyclopedia of Ukraine. Ed. by Danylo H. Struk. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1993. vol. 4, p. 646-56. illus. bibliog.


Antonovych, Volodymyr. Shevchenko and Ukrainian History. In: Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics 1861-1980. p. 91-95


Babij, Mychajlo. T. Shevchenko's Heritage and Our Action for his Stamp. Cleveland: The Author, 1968. 240 p. illus. An unsuccessful attempt to have Shevchenko on an American postage stamp.


Bas, Vitaly. Shevchenko Land. Kiev: Mistetstvo, 1989. 263 p. col. illus. Ukrainian and English text. A photo tour of the regions and cities of Ukraine visited by Shevchenko.


Biletsky, Platon. The Artist, by Taras Shevchenko. Kiev: Mistetstvo, 1989. Review in Ukraine, no. 8 (144), August 1988, p. 40-42, illus., ports.


Bilinsky, Yaroslav. Soviet Interpretation of Taras Shevchenko. In his: The Second Soviet Republic: The Ukraine After World War II. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1964. p. 185-202


Bojko, Jurij. Taras Shevchenko and West European Literature. Slavonic and East European Review, vol. 34, 1955-56, p. 77-98.


Bojko, Jurij. Taras Shevchenko and West European Literature. Translated from the Ukrainian by Victor Swoboda. London: Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain, 1956. 64 p. illus.


Bojko, Jurij. Shevchenko's 150th Anniversary and the Task of Ukrainian Scholarship. Ukrainian Review vol. 11 no. 1; 1964. p. 6-13.


Boshyk, Yuri. Shevchenko: Ukraine's Immortal Bard. Forum (Scranton, Pa.: Ukrainian Fraternal Association) no. 61, Spring 1985, p. 14-15. Also in the same issue The Poetry of Shevchenko: David's Psalm trans. by N. Procyk; Only Friend, trans. Ethel L. Voynich; See Fires Ablaze, trans. Percy Selver.


Boyko, Yuri. Taras Shevchenko and West European Literature. Slavonic and East European Review (London, Eng.) vol. 34, 1956. p. 77-98.


Borodin, Vasyl. ed. Shevchenko and the World. Kiev: Ukraina Society, 1988. 78 p. Illus. by Vasyl Lopata. Published before Ukraine became independent on August 24, 1991 so some articles express a Soviet viewpoint. Includes essays: Kobzar Brings Peoples Closer Together, by Volodymyr Brovchenko p. 3-8; An Apostle of Truth and Knowledge, by Ivan Dzyuba p. 9-24; Taras Shevchenko in the Cultural Life of Slavic Peoples, by Hrihory Verves, p.25-37; In the English-Speaking Domain, by Roksoliana Zorivchak, p. 38-51; Shevchenko and Romance Literatures, by Yarema Kravets, p. 52-64; Shevchenko and Literatures of the Orient, by Yuri Kochybei, p. 65-77.


Brooks, Van Wyck. Out of a Cossack They Made a Valet and Out of a Valet a Genius was Born. In: The Freeman Vol. 3, Aug. 10, 1921. p. 526-7. Also published in Kalendar Ukrains'koho Robitnychoho Soyuza na rik 1931. Scranton, Pa: 1930, p. 112-14 and Ukrainian Life (Scranton, Pa. U.W.A., March 1940, p. 4-5.


Brovchenko, Volodymyr. Kobzar Brings Peoples Closer Together. In: Borodin, V. ed. Shevchenko and the World. Kiev: Ukraina Society, 1988. p. 3-8


Burstynsky, E.N. & R. Lindheim, eds. In Working Order: Essays presented to G.S.N. Luckyj. Edmonton: CIUS Press, 1990. 275 p. See entries in this bibliography under Rozumnyj, Rubchak and Shevelov.


Buyniak, Victor O. Shevchenko the Artist. Canadian Slavonic Papers, vol. 7, 1965, p. 143-58.


Canadian Shevchenko Cultural Society. Forum (Scranton, Pa.: Ukrainian Fraternal Association) no. 79, Summer 1989, p. 29-30.


Centennial of Taras Shevchenko 1861-1961. Winnipeg: Ukrainian Canadian Committee, 1961. 32 p. CONTENTS: Taras Shevchenko, by Clarence A. Manning, p. 4-9. Taras Shevchenko: Champion of Liberty, by D. Doroshenko, p. 10-15. Shevchenko's Popularity, by Merschiy (1914) p. 16-17. Shevchenko's Patriotism, by W. K. Matthews, p. 18-19. Shevchenko and Shakespeare, by Jurij Bojko.


Charney Hawryliuk, Halia. The Spirit of Taras Shevchenko. Woman's World (Zhinochy Svit) Winnipeg, vol. 12 no. 7/8, 1961 p. 22-25.


Chirko, Ivan. Shevchenko's Poetry in Chinese. Ukraine, no. 7 (131), July 1987, p. 40-41.


Chub, Dmytro. Shevchenko the Man: The Intimate Life of a Poet. Translated from the Ukrainian by Yuri Tkach. Toronto: Bayda Books, 1985. 159 p. illus. A biography of the poet and his times.


Chubuk, Mikola. Where My Testament Was Written. Ukraine (Kiev), March 1984. p. 26, facsimile.


Chukovsky, Kornei. Shevchenko's 'Abandonment.' In: Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics 1861-1980. p. 135-144.


Chyz, Yaroslav J. When Was Shevchenko's Name First Mentioned in the United States? Forum (Scranton, Pa.: Ukrainian Fraternal Association) no. 59, Summer 1984. p. 29-30. Reprinted from his A Figure in the Ukrainian Past. Ukrainian Life, (Scranton, Pa: Ukrainian Workingmen's Association, March 1941 p. 6-7 port and photo of the first Shevchenko celebration in the USA.


Chyzhevsky, Dmytro. Shevchenko and Religion. In: Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics 1861-1980. p. 250-65. See also Chyzhevsky's: Some Problems in the Study of the Formal Aspect of Shevchenko's Poetry. p. 266-283.


Cybyk, Tatiana. Shevchenko - The Flame of Enlightenment. Horizon Ukrainian Students' Review (New York) vol. 5 no. 1 (8), 1962. p. 8-19.


Danilov, Yakiv. comp. The Kanyev State Museum and Shrine Grave of T.G. Shevchenko: Guidebook. Kyiv: Derzhavne Vyd-vo Khudozhnoi Literatury, 1961. 174 p. illus. Text in English, Ukrainian and Russian. Danilov was the Director of the Kaniv Shevchenko Museum where the poet is buried.


Dialogue on Shevchenko, Ukraine no. 10 (146), 1988, Oct. 1988, p. 26. Review of The Poet as Mythmaker, by G. Grabowicz.


Dickens Jr., Charles. A South Russian Poet. In: All Year Around Weekly, London, Vol. 18 No. 440 May 1877, p. 224-230. Also reprinted in Ukrainian Quarterly vol. 3; Winter 1947. p. 159-167.


Dobriansky, Lev E. Public Law 86-749 and the Shevchenko Centennial. Ukrainian Quarterly (New York) vol. 16 no. 3, Autumn 1960, p. 203-210. Describes the events leading up to the resolution signed on Sept. 13, 1960 by President Eisenhower approving the erection of a statue of Taras Shevchenko in the American capital, Washington, D.C.


Dobriansky, Lev E. The Shevchenko Affair. Ukrainian Quarterly vol. 20 no. 2; Summer 1964. p. 108-117. About the opposition to and controversy around the erection of the Shevchenko monument in Washington, D.C. unveiled June 27, 1964 by Eisenhower.


Dolny, Eugene A. The Shevchenko Heritage in Ukrainian Music. Ukrainian Canadian March 1969 p. 26-27. "Over 150 composers have created close to 1,000 compositions to Shevchenko's lyrics."


Doroshenko, Dmytro, 1882-1951. Taras Shevchenko: Bard of Ukraine. Preface by Clarence A. Manning. New York: United Ukrainian Organizations of the United States, 1936. 59 p. port. Professor Doroshenko, a historian, was teaching at the University in Prague when this brief biography was published.


Doroshenko, D. Taras Shevchenko: The National Poet of Ukraine. Introduction by Geo. W. Simpson. Winnipeg: Ukrainian Publishing Co. of Canada, Publishers of Ukrainian Voice 1936. 58 p. port.


Doroshenko, Dmytro. Taras Shevchenko: The National Poet of Ukraine. With Pref. by R. W. Seton-Watson. Augsburg: M. Stawnichuk, 1946. 55 p. port. This is a reprint of the third version of this book which was originally published in Prague by E. Wyrowyj 1936.


Doroshenko, K.P. The Kiev T.G. Shevchenko State Museum. Kiev: State Publishing House, 1957. Booklet, no pagination.


Doss, N. Taras Shevchenko Photo Portrait. St. Petersburg 1858. Forum (Scranton, Pa.: Ukrainian Fraternal Association) no. 94 Spring 1996, p. 26.


Drahomanov, Mykhailo. Excerpts from Shevchenko, the Ukrainophiles, and Socialism. Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics. p.65-90.


Drai-Khmara. The Genesis of Shevchenko's Poem 'At Catherine's.' In: Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics. p. 223-39.


Dushnyck, Walter. Taras Shevchenko Memorial Book 150. Washington, D.C.: 1964. 128 p. facsims., illus. Published for the unveiling by President Eisenhower of the Taras Shevchenko monument by sculptor Leo Mol in the American capital Washington on June 27, 1964. PARTIAL CONTENTS. Public Law 86-749 authorizing the erection of a statue of Taras Shevchenko on public grounds in the District of Columbia. H.J. Res. 311 (86th Cong.) Approved September 13, 1960. Statement of President Kennedy on Shevchenko. Shevchenko Memorial Committee Campaign for Statue in Washington. Leo Mol Sculptor of Shevchenko Monument. America Hails Shevchenko, by Lev E. Dobriansky. Selected Poems of Shevchenko. The Promethean Shevchenko, by Leo Mol. The Shevchenko Monument: An Architect’s View. Self-Portrait Paintings of Shevchenko.


Dziuba, Ivan. The Cleansing and Life-Giving Fire. The Motives of National Shame and National Self-Criticism in Shevchenko's Poetry. Ukrainian Review (London) vol. 14 no. 2; June 1967. p. 24-32.


Dzuyba, Ivan. An Apostle of Truth and Knowledge. In: Borodin, V. ed. Shevchenko and the World. Kiev: Ukraina Society, 1988. p. 9-24.


Dzuyba, Ivan. Taras Shevchenko. In: Taras Shevchenko Selected Poems, Paintings, Graphic Works. Translated by Vera Rich. Editor Mykola Zhulynsky. Kyiv: Mystetstvo Publishers, 2007. p. 46-69.


Europe's Freedom Fighter: Taras Shevchenko 1814-1861. A Documentary Biography of Ukraine's Poet Laureate and National Hero. Washington: United States Government Printing Office, 1960. 45 p. port. (U.S. House of Representatives 86th Congress 2d Session. Document No. 445) Includes the Public Law 86-749 of September 13, 1960 "Authorizing the erection of a statue of Taras Shevchenko on public grounds in the District of Columbia." PARTIAL CONTENTS: Taras Shevchenko, by C.A. Manning p. 1-8. Bard of Ukraine, by D. Doroshenko p. 9-17. Taras Shevchenko and West European Literature, by Jurij Bojko p. 18-26. The Man and the Symbol, by W.K. Matthews, p. 27-29. Shevchenko and the Jews, by Roman Smal-Stocki, p. 30-32. Shevchenko and Women, by Dr. Luke Myshuha, p. 33-35. The Religion of Shevchenko, by C.A. Manning, p. 37-39. The Hon. John Lesinski in the House of Representatives, June 25, 1960 regarding the Centennial Anniversary in 1961 of the Death of the Ukrainian Patriot, Taras Shevchenko; Hon. Alvin M. Bentley; Senator Jacob K. Javits p. 40-41.


Fedenko, Bohdan. Taras Shevchenko: Poet of the Ukrainian Resurgence. Problems of the Peoples of the USSR 9, 1961 p. 26-29.


Fedenko, Panas. Soviet Exploitation of the Taras Shevchenko Centenary. Studies of the Soviet Union vol. 1 no. 3, 1962. p. 113-19.


Fedoruk, Olexandr. Watercolors of Taras Shevchenko. Ukraine Illustrated Monthly no. 3 (115), March 1986, p. 13-15, port.


Finnin, Rory. Mountains, Maska, Metre, Meaning: Taras Shevchenko's 'Kavkaz'. Slavonic and East European Review, London, vol. 83 no. 3, July 2005, p. 396-439.


Franko, Ivan. On the Anniversary of Taras Shevchenko: Speech Delivered in 1903. Ukrainian Review vol. 12 no.1; 1965. p. 32-40.


Franko, Ivan. Taras Shevchenko: A Biographical Sketch of the Great Ukrainian Poet. Forum (Scranton, Pa.: Ukrainian Fraternal Association) no. 38, 1977-78. p. 4-14, illus, ports. facsimiles.


Franko, Ivan. Taras Shevchenko. In: Slavonic Review, London, vol. 3, 1924-25, p. 110-116. Reprinted in Forum no. 77, Spring 1989, p. 17-26, illus.


Franko, Ivan. Taras Shevchenko [Poem] 12 May 1914. In: Forum (Scranton, Pa.: Ukrainian Fraternal Association) no. 77, Spring 1989, p. 16. The famous poem with the opening line "He was a peasant's son and has become a prince in the realm of the spirit."


Franko, Ivan. Foreword to Shevchenko's 'Perebendia.' In: Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics. p. 96-114.


Franko, Ivan. On the Anniversary of T. Shevchenko: Speech delivered in 1903. Ukrainian Review vol. 12; March 1965. p. 32-40.


Furnika, Vitaliy. Mahakavi Taras in India. Ukraine Illustrated Monthly, no. 8, 1987, August (132), p. 28-30.


Furnika, Vitaliy. Shevchenko’s Poertry in the United Arab Emirates. Ukraine, no. 11, 1989, p. 35.


Furnika, Vitaliy. Sri Lanka Discovers Shevchenko. Ukraine (Kiev) no. 3, 1988, p. 31, illus. About the Tamil translation by K. Ganesh.


Fylypovych, Pavlo. Shevchenko and Romanticism. In: Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics. p. 168-189.


Ganesh, K. Shevchenko’s Katerina in India. Ukraine no. 139, March 1988, p. 30, illus. A translation in Tamil.


Giergielewicz, M. Shevchenko and World Literature. In the book: In Memory of Taras Shevchenko: On the Centenary of His Death, 1861-1961. Philadelphia: Shevchenko Scientific Society, 1962. p 19-32.


Giffey, C.K. Taras Shevchenko. Ukrainian Review, vol. 2 no. 1; 1955. p. 24-26.


Gitin, Vladimir. The Reality of the Narrator: Typological Features of Shevchenko's Prose. Harvard Ukrainian Studies vol. 9 no. 1; June 1958. p. 85-117.


Grabowicz, George G. A Consideration of the Deep Structures in Shevchenko's Works. In: Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics. p. 481-496.


Grabowicz, George G. The Nexus in the Wake: Shevchenko's 'Trizna.' In: Harvard Ukrainian Studies vol. 3 no. 4; 1979-80 p. 320-47.


Grabowicz, George G. Three Perspectives on the Cossack Past: Gogol, Shevchenko, Kulish. Harvard Ukrainian Studies v. 5 no. 2; 1981. p. 171-194.


Grabowicz, George G. Insight and Blindness in the Reception of Shevchenko: The Case of Kostomarov. Harvard Ukrainian Studies vol. 17 no 3/4 December 1993, p. 279-340.


Grabowicz, George G. The Poet as Mythmaker: A Study of Symbolic Meaning in Taras Shevchenko. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, 1982. 170 p. Prof. Grabowicz of Harvard University analyses Shevchenko's poetry in the context of his times and modern theories of literature in a book that raised a controversy.


Grabowicz, George G. Self-Definition and Decentering: Shevchenko's Khiba Samomu Napysat and the Question of Writing. Harvard Ukrainian Studies vol. 14 no. 3/4 December 1990 p. 313-42.


Gregorovich, Andrew. Shevchenko: Poet and Artist of Ukraine. A Selection of Articles for the 175th Anniversary of his Birth. Scranton-Toronto: Ukrainian Fraternal Association, 1989. 83 p. illus., ports. (Special Shevchenko issue of Forum) CONTENTS: My Destiny: An Autobiographical Essay by Taras Shevchenko p. 5-8; Taras Shevchenko: The Man and the Symbol, by Prof. W.K. Matthews, p. 9-13; Taras Shevchenko, by Van Wyck Brooks, p. 14-15; Taras Shevchenko [Poem] by Ivan Franko, p. 16: Taras Shevchenko : A biographical sketch of the great Ukrainian poet, by Ivan Franko, p. 17-26; To my Ukrainian Countrymen, by Alexander Archipenko, p. 27; Shevchenko's Day of Freedom, by J. Jedrzejewicz Translated by M.J. Diakowsky, p.28-38; Shevchenko's Testament, p. 39-41; Shevchenko's Art, p. 42-43; Shevchenko Poetry p. 44-47: My Friendly Epistle, The Testament, My Testament, The Reaper, It Makes No Difference to Me, I Was Thirteen, The Mighty Dniper, Shevchenko's Last Poem; Museum of the Great Kobzar, by Olena Mikhailenko, p. 48-51; The Princess and the Poet, by M.J. Diakowsky p. 52-58; Preface to Shevchenko, by Prof. Clarence A. Manning, p. 59; Shevchenko and Aldridge, by D. Korbutiak, p. 60-63; Argentine's Shevchenko, by Andrew Gregorovich, p. 64-66; Text of Speech Delivered at Banquet for the Unveiling of Argentine's Shevchenko Statue Sunday December 5, 1971, by Anthony Batiuk, President U.W.A., p. 66; Shevchenko Museum in Kaniv, by Yuri Baterowsky, p. 68-70; Ivan Yizhakevich: Illustrator of Shevchenko, by Maria Mykolaienko, p. 71-73; Shevchenko Museum House in Kiev, by L. Andrienko, p. 74-76; Taras Shevchenko portrait by Fedir Hlushchuk; Shevchenko Books in English 1911-1988, by Andrew Gregorovich p. 78-82; Winnipeg Shevchenko Sculpture [Photo] and Prime Minister's [Diefenbaker] Tribute to Shevchenko.


Gregorovich, Andrew. Shevchenko and the Jews. Forum (Scranton, Pa.) no. 103, Winter 2000. Soon after he returned from exile in Siberia in 1858 Taras Shevchenko signed a protest against the persecution of Jews in the Russian Empire in the Iliustratsia affair. This article was inspired by a Washington Post suggestion that "unnecessary" statues, such as Shevchenko, in Washington, D.C. be removed.


Harasym, Terry. Taras Shevchenko's Academy Etchings. Ukrainian Canadian (Toronto) March 1989. p. 11-13. See also article Shevchenko Ex Libris with 6 examples p. 15.


Hnatiuk, Dmitro, A. Shtoharenko, M. Bozhiy. His Word – With Us. Ukraine, Kiev, no. 96, August 1984, p. 11, ports.


Holowinsky, Ivan Z. Shevchenko and Dostoevsky: Contrasting Personality Profiles. Ukrainian Quarterly vol. 37 no. 2; Summer 1981. p. 135-43 + vol. 52 no. 4, Winter 1996, p. 340-47.


Holowinsky, Ivan Z. Psychological Interpretation of Profound Emotions in Selected Writings of Taras Shevchenko. Ukrainian Review vol. 23 no. 3; 1976. p. 30-38.


Honchar, Oles. Eternal Word. Ukraine (Kiev) no. 3, 1990, p. 2-3.


Hornjatkevych, Damjan. Problems in the evaluation of Shevchenko's Art as a Painter. In: Mijakovs'kyj, V. & G. Y. Shevelov eds. Taras Shevchenko 1814-1861: A Symposium. 1962. p. 127-135.


Hovde, Agnes Louise. Answer to Shevchenko, Ukrainian Quarterly, vol. 9 no. 4, Autumn 1953, p. 368-71.


Hovdya, Petro. Founder of a New Realistic Art. Ukraine (Kiev) March 1984, p. 12-15 col. illus.


Hrinchenko, Borys. Were Shevchenko's National Ideals? In: Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics 1861-1980. p. 115-127.


Hrycak, Ostap. Taras Shevchenko and Ukraine Today. The Trident (New York) Sept. 1939, vol. 3 no. 9, p. 6-12. Part 2: October 1939, p. 41-45. Includes The Testament translated by E. L. Voynich for the [UNA] Jubilee Book, Jersey City, 1936, p. 45.


Hudzii, Mykola. Shevchenko and Russian Revolutionary-Democratic Thought. In: Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics 1861-1980. p. 284-292.


Iefremov, Serhii. Shevchenko in His Correspondence. In: Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics. p. 212-222.


Ievshan, Mykola. Shevchenko as a Poet. In: Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics. p. 128-134.


Ilarion Metropolitan. Christian Ideology of Taras Shevchenko. Winnipeg: Volyn, 1964, 102 p.


Ilnytzkyj, Oleh S. Rape in Shevchenko's Trizne: Textual Fact or Theoretical Fiction? Journal of Ukrainian Studies (Toronto), vol. 25 no. 1-2 Summer-Winter 2000, p. 3-17.


In Memory of the One Hundred Anniversary of the Birth of Taras Shevchenko, New York, May 20, 1914. New York 1914. 8 p. illus. Contains the program and "The Forgotten Nation and its Prophet" by Antony Curkovsky.


In Shevchenkove. Ukrainian Canadian (Toronto) March 1970, p. 15-17, illus. Also Shevchenko's The Mighty Dnieper, p. 37.


Jedrzejewicz, Jerzy. Shevchenko's Day of Freedom. Forum (Scranton, Pa.) no. 15, Winter 1970-71, p. 2-12 illus., ports, facsimiles. Translation by M.J. Diakowsky from the book. Noce Ukrainske about Shevchenko.


Karpinich, Walter. Shevchenko and Goethe. Ukrainian Quarterly, vol. 57 no. 1-2, Spring 2001, p. 53-64


Kasiyan, Vasyl. Shevchenko World War II "Love Your Ukraine!" Poster. Forum (Scranton, Pa.: Ukrainian Fraternal Association) no. 92 Spring 1995, p. 16.


Keywan, Ivan. Taras Shevchenko The Artist. Ed. by S. Hordynsky. Winnipeg: Ukrainian Canadian Committee, 1964. 84 p. plus plates.


Khinkulov, Leonid. Great Ukrainian Poet and Revolutionary: Centenary of the Death of Taras Shevchenko. Soviet Literature (Moscow) no. 2 1961. p. 155-62.


Kirilyuk, Yevhen. Taras Shevchenko: The Great Humanist. Ukraine Illustrated Quarterly, no. 1 (33), 1978, p. 24-25, illus.


Kirkconnell, Watson. The Shevchenko Centenary. Ukrainian Quarterly vol. 17 no. 1; Spring 1961. p. 50-59.


Knysh, Irena. Shevchenko's Women in a Reconstructed World. Woman's World (Zhinochy Svit) Winnipeg, no. 3 1985, p. 22.


Kochybei, Yuri. Shevchenko and Literatures of the Orient. In: Borodin, V. Shevchenko and the World. Kiev: Ukraina Society, 1988. p. 65-77.


Kononenko, Petro. Taras Shevchenko: Drawing on National and World Cultures. Ukrainian Canadian (Toronto) March 1985, p. 15-20.


Koropeckyj, R. T. Shevchenko's 'Davydovi Psalmy': A Romantic Psalter. Slavic & East European Journal, vol. 27 no. 2; 1983, p. 228-44.


Koropeckyj, Roman. Taras Shevchenko's Encounter With the Kazaks [Kazakhs - AG]. Journal of Ukrainian Studies, vol. 27 no.1-2 Summer-Winter 2002, p. 9-31, ilus.


Korbutiak, D. Shevchenko and Aldridge. Forum (Scranton, Pa.: Ukrainian Fraternal Association) no. 49 Winter 1981-82 p. 17-21 ports. Ira Aldridge was a black American tragedian actor and a friend of Shevchenko.


Kosian, V. Kh. T.G. Shevchenko House Museum in Kiev. Kiev: Mistetstvo, 1963. 24 p. illus.


Kostaniuk, Constantine. The Shevchenko Collegiate . . . in Vita, Manitoba. Ukrainian Canadian (Toronto), April 1968, p. 12-15, illus.


Kovaliuk, Jeanette Yaroslava. Shevchenko and Pan-Slavic Ideas. New York: Shevchenko Scientific Society, 1962. 12 p. (Papers no. 20)


Kouzan, Marian S. Neophytes: Oratorio d’apres le Počme de Taras Shevchenko. English translation: Vera Rich. French: Marian S. Kouzan, German: Alfred Kurella. Winnipeg: Redemptorist Fathers of the Yorkton Province, 1988. 44 p. illus. This oratorio was presented in Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, New York, on February 14, 1988. “Millennium of the Baptism of Rus-Ukraine.” Includes brief notes by Cyril Mytrowych on Shevchenko and by Vasyl Barka on Neophytes.


Kravets, Yarema. Shevchenko and Romance Literatures. In: Borodin, V. ed. Shevchenko and the World. Kiev: Ukraina Society, 1988. p. 52-64


Kravets, Yarema. Shevchenko in Belgium. Ukraine, Kiev, No. 3, 1991, p. 17.


Krawchuk, Peter. The Influence of Shevchenko's Work on the Development of National and Social Consciousness of Ukrainian Settlers in Canada Ukrainian Canadian (Toronto) March 1991, p. 7-10.


Krawciw, Bohdan. Full Edition of Shevchenko's Works in the United States. Ukrainian Quarterly vol. 17 no. 1; Spring 1961, p. 66-72. Includes discussion of Soviet censorship and falsification of Shevchenko's poetry which was more severe than the censorship of the Russian Empire.


Krawciw, Bohdan. Taras Shevchenko's Poetry in Foreign Translations. Ukrainian Review vol. 11 no. 4; 1964, p. 47-56.


Krawciw, Bohdan. Word and Fame of Shevchenko: An Anthology of Shevchenko's Poetry in Foreign Translations. Chicago: Mykola Denysiuk, 1964. 455 p. The noted Ukrainian American literary critic introduces this volume with an essay "Taras Shevchenko's Poetry in Foreign Translations" p. 9-26 and a selection of translations from 28 languages including English (27), French, German, Italian and Jewish. An essay in Ukrainian p. 27-32, covers the history of the works of Shevchenko in English translation.


Kulish, Panteleimon. Graveside Oration. In: Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics 1861-1980 p.55-56 and Why Shevchenko is a Poet of Our People p. 57-64.

Kyryliuk, Ievhen. The Bard of Ukraine. In: Shevchenko Selected Works Moscow 1961, p. 11-19.


Kyryliuk, Ievhen. A Great Humanist Poet. In; Shevchenko Selected Works. Moscow 1979, p. 11-17.


Kysilewskyj, Constantine. Shevchenko as a Lyricist. Shevchenko Scientific Society Proceedings: Philological Section. New York 1952. p. 54.


LaPica, Ray. Shevchenko's Nine Russian "Novels." Ukrainian Quarterly (New York) vol. 37 no. 1; Spring 1981, p. 25-41.


LaPica, Larry. Taras Shevchenko: Bard of Ukraine. Ukrainian Quarterly vol. 28 no. 2; Summer 1972, p. 146-65.


Lawrynenko, Jurij. Shevchenko and His Kobzar in the Intellectual and Political History of a Century. In: Mijakovs'kyj, V. & G. Y. Shevelov eds. Taras Shevchenko 1814-1861: A Symposium. 1962. p. 153-258


Lazarenko, Eugene. New Mineral Discovered in Ukraine and Named Tarasovite After Taras Shevchenko. Forum (Scranton, Pa.: Ukrainian Fraternal Association) No. 14, Fall 1970, p. 30.


Lazebnik, Stanislav. Kobzar in Canada. Ukraine (Kiev), March 1984, p. 24-25.


Lebedinska, Tetyana. Shevchenko and the Orient. Ukraine, No. 11, 1989, p. 36-37.


Leliw, Tony. Sergei Bondarchuk: Ukrainian Actor & Film Director. Forum (Scranton, Pa.: Ukrainian Fraternal Association) no. 67 Fall 1986, p. 31-33. Oscar winner Bondarchuk played the role of Shevchenko in the film of the same name.


Lindal, Walter J. Taras Shevchenko, His Message to Humanity. Winnipeg: Ukrainian Free Academy of Sciences, 1964. 14 p.


Lissauer, Frank. Glimmer of Light? A First Reading of 'Song Out of Darkness.' Ukrainian Review vol. 9 no. 3, 1962, p. 58-67.


Literaturno-Memorialnyi Budynok-Muzei = Shevchenko House-Museum in Kyiv. Kyiv 2003 p. illus. The Museum is located at 8-a Provulok T. Shevchenka near Independence Square.


Livesay, Florence Randal, tr. Songs of Ukraina With Ruthenian Poems. London-Toronto: J.M. Dent, 1916. 175 p. Includes three Shevchenko poems: Khustina - The Betrothed Kerchief p. 78-81, Thoughts From a Prison p. 147, Topolia - The Poplar p. 148.


Luchka, Ivan. The Princess and the Poet. Forum Ukrainian Review (Scranton, Pa.: Ukrainian Workingmen's Assn.) no. 9 Summer 1969, p. 14-15, 18-24. illus., ports. About Shevchenko and Princess Repnina.


Lopata, Vasil. Kobzar in the Great Book of My Life. Ukraine Illustrated Monthly (Kiev) no. 8, August 1990, p. 20-25, illus. Includes 7 Lopata engravings.


Luckyj, George S. N. Between Gogol and Shevchenko: Polarity in Literary Ukraine 1798-1847. Muenchen: Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 1971. 210 p. Bibliog.: 196-200. (Harvard Series in Ukrainian Studies, vol. 8) See chapter on Shevchenko p. 128-161.


Luckyj, G.S.N. Shevchenko Studies One Century After the Poet's Death. Slavic Review, vol. 21 no. 4; Dec. 1962, p. 722-35.


Luckyj, G.S.N. Is Shevchenko a Symbol of Universal Freedom? Comparative Literature Studies vol. 1 no. 2, 1964, p. 143-51.


Luckyj, George S. N. Shevchenko and Blake. Harvard Ukrainian Studies vol. 2 no. 1; March 1978, p. 94-115.


Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics 1861-1980. Translations by Dolly Ferguson and Sophia Yurkevich. Introd. by Bohdan Rubchak. Toronto: Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies and University of Toronto Press, 1980. 522 p. port. A fundamental work of Shevchenko studies by Prof. Luckyj of the University of Toronto, a Shevchenko expert. Includes 27 essays, listed separately in this bibliography, under Rubchak, Kulish, Drahomanov Antonovych, Franko, Hrinchenko, Ievshan, Chukovsky, Richtsky, Fylypovych, Mohyliansky, Iefremov, Drai-Khmara, Smal-Stotsky, Chyzhevsky, Hudzii, Rylsky, Swoboda, Shevelov, Miiakovsky, Luckyj, Scheider, Pliushch and Grabowicz.


Luckyj, George S.N. The Archetype of the Bastard in Shevchenko's Poetry. Slavic and East European Journal vol. 14 no. 3; Fall 1970, p. 277-83. Also in his: Shevchenko and the Critics. p. 386-94.


Luckyj, George S.N. Shevchenko, Taras. In: Handbook of Russian Literature. Ed. Victor Terras. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1985. p. 405.


Luckyj, George. Shevchenko's Unforgotten Journey. Toronto: Canadian Scholars' Press, 1996. 119 p. illus.


Mackiw, Theodore. A Biographical Sketch of Taras Shevchenko. Ukrainian Review vol. 25 no. 2; Summer 1978, p. 32-43.


Mackiw, Theodore. Taras Shevchenko: A Champion of Freedom. For the 100th Anniversary of His Death March 10, 1861. Ukrainian Review vol. 8 no. 2; 1961, p. 32-36.


Maksymovych, Volodymyr. The Shevchenko Centennial. Ukrainian Review vol. 8 no. 3; September 1961. p.


Malaniuk, E. Shevchenko and the Ukrainian National Idea. Ukrainian Review vol. 11 no. 2; June 1964 p. 38-55.


Malaniuk, E. The Way to the True Shevchenko. Ukrainian Review vol. 11 no. 4; Dec. 1964, p. 27-38.


Malaniuk, E. The Living Shevchenko. Ukrainian Review vol. 11 no. 4; 1964, p. 39-41.


Malaniuk, E. A Replique. Ukrainian Review vol. 11 no. 4; 1964, p 42-6.


Manning Clarence A. Preface to Taras Shevchenko, by D. Doroshenko, 1936, p. 3-5.


Manning Clarence A. Ukrainian Literature: Studies of the Leading Authors. With a Foreword by Watson Kirkconnell. Jersey City N.J.: Ukrainian National Association, 1944. 126 p. See Taras Shevchenko p. 41-55. Prof. Manning of Columbia University, New York, provides a brief analysis of Shevchenko's life and literature. Also reprinted by Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, N.Y., 1971.


Manning, Clarence A. The Education of Shevchenko. In: Shevchenko Scientific Society. Proceedings: Philological Section vol. 1, New York, 1952, p. 55-61. An address at the public meeting of the Shevchenko Scientific Society in New York, March 13, 1949.


Manning, Clarence A. The Influence of Bryullov on Shevchenko. In: Shevchenko: Collected Papers at the World Congress of Free Ukrainian Scholarship Commemorating the Centennial Anniversary of the Death of Ukraine's Poet Taras Shevchenko. Ed. by B. Steciuk & B. Krawciw. New York: Shevchenko Scientific Society in the U.S.A., 1962. 209 p. See p. 103-109.


Manning, Clarence A. Shevchenko in English Literature, In: Our Shevchenko. Edited by V. Davydenko & others. Jersey City N.J.: Ukrainian National Association; New York: Shevchenko Scientific Society, 1961, p. 122-25.


Manning, Clarence A. Taras Shevchenko in Ukrainian Literature: Studies of the Leading Authors. With a Foreword by Prof. Watson Kirkconnell. Jersey City, N.J: Ukrainian National Association, 1944, p. 41-55.


Manning, Clarence A. Taras Shevchenko: The Poet of Ukraine. Ukrainian Quarterly vol. 9 Spring 1953, vol. 20 no. 2 Summer 1964, p. 118-126, vol. 45 no. 1, Spring 1989, p. 5-12.


Manning, Clarence A. "The Caucasus" of Shevchenko. Ukrainian Quarterly vol. 16 no. 4; Winter 1960, p. 321-29.


Manning, Clarence A. Taras Shevchenko: The Poet of Ukraine. Promin (Winnipeg: Ukrainian Women's Association of Canada) vol. 14 no. 3; 1973 p. 15-17; no. 5, p. 17-18.


Martin, Neil A. The Brotherhood of SS. Cyril and Methodius 1845-1846. Ukrainian Quarterly, vol. 22 no. 3, Autumn 1966, p. 260-71.


Masik, Volodymyr. On the Roads of Taras. Forum (Scranton, Pa.: Ukrainian Fraternal Association) no. 25, 1974 p. 14-21. A series of 11 art works by Masik for Shevchenko's 150th anniversary.


Matiushin, I.I. Taras Shevchenko 1814-1861. [Portrait Engraving from Russkaia starina, June 1891] Forum no. 57, Winter 1984 p. 13.


Matthews, William K. Taras Shevchenko: The Man and the Symbol. Address delivered on the occasion of the ninetieth anniversary of the death of Taras Shevchenko to the Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain at St. Pancras Hall, London, on 11th March 1951. London: Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain, 1951. 16 p. Also reprinted 2nd ed. Winnipeg: Ukrainian Free Academy of Sciences, 1961. 24 p. (Slavistica No. 41)


Miiakovsky, Volodymyr. Shevchenko in the Brotherhood of Saints Cyril and Methodius. In: Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics, p. 355-385.


Mijakovs'kyj, Volodymyr & George Y. Shevelov eds. Taras Shevchenko 1814-1861: A Symposium. 'S-Gravenhage: Mouton 1962. 302 p. A major collection of scholarly articles. CONTENTS: Shevchenko in the Brotherhood of Saints Cyril and Methodius, by V. Mijakovs'kyj, p. 9-36; The Substratum of Shevchenko's View of Life, by M. Shlemkevych, p.37-61; Shevchenko's Aesthetic Theory: An Approach to the Problem, by V. Petrov, p. 62-67; The Year 1860 in Shevchenko's Work, by G.Y. Shevelov, p. 68-106; Shevchenko's Creative Process, by P. Zajcev, p.107-126; Problems in the Evaluation of Shevchenko's Art as a Painter, by D. Hornjatkevych, p. 127-135; Shevchenko and the Theatre, by V. Revutsky, p. 136-152; Shevchenko and His Kobzar in the Intellectual and Political History of a Century, by J. Lawrynenko, p. 153-258; Shevchenko in Soviet Literary Criticism, by P. Odarchenko, p. 259-302.


Mikhailenko, Anatoliy. Promoting Our Future, Ukraine, Kiev, no. 12, 1989, p. 32-3. About participants at the Shevchenko International on his 175th birth anniversary. Includes photo of A. and P.G.


Mikhailenko, Anatoliy. Where the Heart of Ukraine Is: Notes from the International Taras Shevchenko Forum “From the Heart of Europe to the Heart of Ukraine.” Ukraine (Kiev) No. 11,Nov. 1989 (159) , p. 26-31, illus.


Miller, Donald L. A Momentous Meeting - Ira Aldridge and Taras Shevchenko. Ukrainian Quarterly vol. 20 no. 2; Summer 1964, p. 127-132.


Mohyliansky, Mykhailo. Kulish and Shevchenko. In: Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics 1861-1980, p. 190-211.


Morfill, William. The Peasant Poets of Russia. 1. T.G. Shevchenko. The Westminster Review (London) vol. 58, 1880. p. 63-93.


Mowchan, Michael & AG. Shevchenko Expressway in Connecticut. Forum (Scranton, Pa.: Ukrainian Fraternal Association) no. 65 Spring 1986, p. 10-12. illus., facsims. See also: Official Opening of Shevchenko Expressway in Connecticut, by K. Kenny. Forum no. 67, Fall 1986, p. 34. illus.


Myshuha, Luke. Shevchenko and Women: Women in Life and Work of Taras Shevchenko. Translated by W. Semenyna. Jersey City, N.J.: Ukrainian Press and Book Co., 1940. 94 p. illus.


Naidko, I. Shevchenko in Slovakia, 1861-1917. Ukrainian Review vol. 17; June 1970, p. 68-75.


Navilov, Yakiv. comp. The Kanyev State Museum and Shrine Grave of T.G. Shevchenko: Guidebook. Kyiv: Derzhavne vyd-vo Khudozhnoi Literatury, 1961. 174 p. illus. Text in English, Ukrainian and Russian.


Negrych, Olenka. Mother in Shevchenko's Life and Poetry. Promin (Winnipeg -Hamilton: Ukrainian Women's Assoc.) vol. 2 no. 5; 1961. p. 18-19.


Novichenko, Leonid. Taras Shevchenko: Poet and Humanitarian. An Essay. Kiev: Dnipro, 1983. 183 p. illus.


Novychenko, Leonid. Taras Shevchenko: Ukrainian Poet 1814-61. Paris: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, 1985. 134 p. The United Nations recognized Shevchenko as a writer of world significance and honored his anniversary year.


Odarchenko, Petro. Shevchenko in Soviet Literary Criticism. In: Mijakovs'kyj, V. & G. Y. Shevelov eds. Taras Shevchenko 1814-1861: A Symposium. 1962. p. 259-302.


Odarchenko, Petro. The Struggle for Shevchenko: Shevchenko in Soviet Interpretation. Annals of the Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U.S. vol. 3 no. 3; 1954, p. 824-37.


Oliynik, Boris. Eternal Contemporary. Ukraine Illustrated Monthly (Kiev) No. 3, 1989. p. 3-5. Oliynik is a noted Ukrainian poet.


Oliynik, Boris. Shevchenko the Prophet. In: Taras Shevchenko Selected Poetry, Kiev: Dnipro, 1989. p 7-13.


Pachlovska, Oxana. Mario Grasso: Italian Translator of Shevchenko. Ukraine no. 11 (147), Nov. 1988, p. 32-33, ports.


Palamarchuk, H.P. Taras Shevchenko. Kyiv: Mystetstvo, 1976. 348 p. col. illus. A beautifully printed collection of Shevchenko art works with captions and brief text in five languages: Ukrainian Russian, English, German and French.


Palchik, Yakim. Taras Shevchenko Lived Here. Ukraine Illustrated Monthly (Kiev) No. 3 (139), March 1988, p. 2-5 col. illus. The house in the Ukrainian capital Kiev where Shevchenko lived is now a museum on Shevchenko Lane NW off Independence Square (Maidan Nezalezhnosty).


Palchik, Yakim. Nationwide Homage. Ukraine, no. 67, March 1982, p.6-7, illus. “Report from halls 23 and 24 of the Taras Shevchenko State Museum in Kiev.”


Panchuk, John. Shevchenko's Testament. Jersey City: Svoboda Press, 1965. 146 p. A study of Shevchenko, Ukraine and his poem Zapovit (Testament). Includes translations of Zapovit by J. Panchuk (1964), E.L. Voynich (1911), P. Selver (1914), J. Yatchew (1933), J. Weir (1961), V. Rich (1961), M.Lazechko Haas (1961) and J. Lindsay (1939). Lists 20 translations of Zapovit from 1880 to 1964.


Pauls, John P. Shevchenko on Mazepa. Ukrainian Review vol. 15 no. 3; 1968. p. 59-65.


Pavlichko, Dmitro. The Bard of Ukraine. Ukraine Illustrated Monthly (Kiev) No. 3 (91) March 1984. p. 1. Pavlychko, a Shevchenko Prize winner, is one of the most prominent Ukrainian poets and is presently Ambassador of Ukraine to Poland.


Pavliuk, Mikola. An Epopee of Popular Wrath and Historic Wisdom. On the sesquicentennial of Taras Shevchenko’s poem the Haidamaks. Ukraine, Kiev, no. 3, 1991, p. 6-9, 16, illus.


Pazuniak, Natalia. Ivan Franko: Shevchenko's Editor and Bio-Bibliographer. Ukrainian Quarterly (New York) vol. 48 no. 1 Spring 1992, p. 23-27.


Petrov, Viktor. Shevchenko's Aesthetic Theory: An Approach to the Problem. In: Mijakovs'kyj, V. & G. Y. Shevelov eds. Taras Shevchenko 1814-1861: A Symposium. 1962. p. 62-67.


Pliushch, Leonid. 'The Bewitched Woman' and Some Problems of Shevchenko's Philosophy. In: Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics, p. 454-480.


Polianychko, O.I. Shevchenko House - Museum in Kiev. Kiev: Mistetstvo Publishers, 1976. 24 p. illus. Text English and Ukrainian.


Polowy, Hannah. Little Taras: The Story of Taras Shevchenko's Boyhood. Toronto: Ukrainian Canadian, 1961. 111 p. illus.


Polowy, Hannah & Mitch Sago. The World is My Village. A Story of the Great Kobzar Taras Shevchenko. Toronto: Progress, 1964. 197 p.


Poznyak, Pavlo. Kiev Shevchenko University. Forum (Scranton, Pa.: Ukrainian Fraternal Association) no. 14 Fall 1970, p. 26-28, illus., port.


Prociw, Jerry. The UC Visits Shevchenko Memorial Park. Ukrainian Canadian (Toronto), July/August 1969, p. 4-7, photos.


Pyziur E. Taras Shevchenko and Edmund Burke: Similarities and Contrasts in Their Ideas of Nation. Annals of the Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U.S. vol. 14 No. 37-8; 1978-80, p. 11-38.


Rahojsa, Viacaslau. Taras Shevchenko and the Belarusian Literary Process of the Early Twentieth Century. Ukrainian Review (London) vol. 43 no. 3 Autumn, 1996, p. 78-86.


Rastorgueff, Lev Petrovich. T. Schevchenko: The National Poet of Oukraina. A Biographical Sketch. London: Jordan & Sons, 1912. 12 p.


Revutsky, Valerian. Shevchenko and the Theatre. In: Mijakovs'kyj, V. & G. Y. Shevelov eds. Taras Shevchenko 1814-1861: A Symposium. 1962. p. 136-152.


Rich, Vera. 'The Caucasus' of Shevchenko. Ukrainian Review vol. 6 no. 1; 1959, p. 45-53. Includes translation of The Caucasus by V. Rich.


Richytsky, Andrii. Muzhik Philosophy. In: Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics 1861-1980, p. 145-167.


Rozumnyj, J. Byzantinism and Idealism in the Aesthetic Views of Taras Shevchenko. Canadian Slavonic Papers vol. 19 no. 2; June 1977, p. 193-206.


Rozumnyj, Jaroslav. The Return of a Symbol: Shevchenko's Kateryna in Contemporary Soviet Ukrainian Literature. In: In Working Order: Essays presented to G.S.N. Luckyj. Ed. by E. N. Burstynsky. Edmonton 1990, p. 129-142.


Rozumnyj, Jaroslav. The Return of a Symbol: Shevchenko's Kateryna in Contemporary Soviet Ukrainian Literature. Journal of Ukrainian Studies vol. 14 no. 1-2 Summer 1989, p. 129-42.


Rubchak, Bohdan. Images of Center and Periphery in the Poetry of Taras Shevchenko. Annals of the Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U.S. vol. 16 no. 41-42; 1984-86, p. 81-118.


Rubchak, Bohdan. Taras Shevchenko as an Emigre Poet. Journal of Ukrainian Studies, Vol. 14 nos. 1-2, Summer 1989, p. 21-56.


Rubchak, Bohdan. Taras Shevchenko as an Emigre Poet. In: In Working Order: Essays presented to G.S.N. Luckyj. Ed. by E. N. Burstynsky. Edmonton 1990, p. 21-56.


Rubchak, Bohdan. Introduction to: Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics. p. 3-54 and also Shevchenko's Profiles and Masks: Ironic Roles of the Self in Kobzar p. 395-429.


Rudnyckyj, J.B. Shevchenkiana in the West. The First Edition of Shevchenko in Leipzig (Germany) 1859. Winnipeg: Ukrainian Free Academy of Sciences, 1959. 80 p.


Rudnyckyj, Jaroslav B. The First Canadian Evaluation of Shevchenko. Promin (Winnipeg & Hamilton, Ont: Ukrainian Women's Association) vol. 8 no. 3; 1969 p. 15.


Rudnytzky, Leonid. Ivan Franko's German Shevchenkiana. Ukrainian Quarterly (New York) vol. 48 no. 1 Spring 1992, p. 11-22.


Rylsky, Maksym. Shevchenko's Ballad 'At Catherine's' In: Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics, p. 293-302.


Rylsky, Maksym. A Great Poet: On the Occasion of Taras Shevchenko's 150th Birthday. Soviet Literature (Moscow) no. 3, 1964, p. 142-45.


Rylsky, Maksym. Taras Shevchenko, Poet, The Innovator. Soviet Literature no. 3, 1984 p. 143-51.


Rylsky, Maxim & Alexander Deutsch. Taras Shevchenko: A Biographical Sketch. Moscow: Progress Publishers [1961?] 78 p. Rylsky was a major Ukrainian poet and literary figure.


Rylsky, Maxim & Alexandr Deich. Taras Shevchenko: A Biographical Sketch. Translated by John Weir, Edited by Anatole Bilenko. Kiev: Dnipro, 1974. 98 p.


Schneider, Lisa E. An Examination of Shevchenko's Romanticism. Journal of Ukrainian Graduate Studies (Toronto) vol. 3 no. 1; Spring 1978, p. 5-28. Also in: Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics. p. 430-453.


Seton-Watson, R.W. Preface to Taras Shevchenko, by D. Doroshenko, 1946, p. 5-6.


Shabliovsky, Yevhen. The Humanism of Shevchenko and Our Time. Translated by Mary Skrypnyk with participation of Petro Krawchuk. Kiev: Naukova Dumka, 1970. 326 p.


Shevchenko: A Monument to the Liberation, Freedom, and Independence of All Captive Nations. Remarks by Various Members of Congress in the House of Representatives, November 13, 14, 20, 21, December 4, 6, 1963; and January 9 and 13, 1964. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1964. Not seen - A.G.


Shevchenko Centennial Souvenir Book, July 8-9, 1961, Winnipeg Canada. 32 p. illus. Includes Canadian Prime Minister Diefenbaker's tribute to Shevchenko and the program for the unveiling of the Shevchenko monument on the grounds of the Manitoba Legislature.


Shevchenko Crossword Puzzle. Ukrainian Canadian (Toronto) March 1969, p. 37.


Shevchenko Museum in Toronto, Canada. Internet site: http://www.infoukes.com/shevchenkomuseum/


Shevchenko the Artist. Ukraine Illustrated Quarterly (Kiev) no. 1 (13), 1973, p. 12-15, col. illus.


Shevchenko, V.T. T.H. Shevchenko Literary-Memorial Museum in Shevchenkove Village. Kiev: Mistetstvo, 1971. 24 p. illus.


Shevchenko's "Nazar Stodolya." Ukrainian Canadian (Toronto), November 1969, p. 41. And an excerpt from Nazar Stodolya : The Matchmakers. Translated by Jerry Shack and Marlene Kobylansky p. 42-43.


Shevchenko's Testament. Forum (Scranton, Pa.: Ukrainian Fraternal Association) no. 69, Spring 1987, p. 9. Includes 1976 art work of Zapovit by V. Yurchyshyn and poem My Legacy by C.H. Andrsusyshen and W. Kirkconnell.


Shevchenko's Katerina in India. Ukraine, Kiev, no. 3, 1988, p. 30 illus.


Shevchenkoznavtsi in Canada. Ukrainian Canadian, April 1988, p. 17. About the visit of Dmytro Pavlychko and other Shevchenko scholars from Ukraine, and Ivan Drach, Mykhailo Tkach and Yuri Ilyenko guests of the Canadian Shevchenko Cultural Society.


Shevelov, George. Shevchenko Contra Pushkin. Annals of the Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U.S. vol. 16 no. 41-2; 1984-85, p. 119-34.

Shevelov, George Y. The Year 1860 in Shevchenko's Work. In: Mijakovs'kyj, V. & G. Y. Shevelov eds. Taras Shevchenko 1814-1861: A Symposium. 1962. p. 68-106. Also in: Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics, p. 324-354.


Shevelov, George Y. Yak shklo: On and Around a Simile in Shevchenko's Poetry. In: Journal of Ukrainian Studies vol. 14 no1-2 Summer-Winter 1989, p. 9-20.


Shevelov, George Y. Yak shklo: On and Around a Simile in Shevchenko's Poetry. In: In Working Order: Essays presented to G.S.N. Luckyj. Ed. by E. N. Burstynsky. Edmonton 1990.


Shlemkevych, Mykola. The Substratum of Shevchenko's View of Life. In: Mijakovs'kyj, V. & G. Y. Shevelov eds. Taras Shevchenko 1814-1861: A Symposium. 1962. p. 37-61.


Sichynsky, Volodymyr. Shevchenko as an Etcher and Painter, Ukrainian Quarterly (New York) vol. 5 no. 4 Autumn 1949, p. 347-355.


Siehs, Karl. Shevchenko in the Eyes of His Contemporaries. Ukrainian Review vol. 11 no. 2, 1964, p. 56-75.


Simpson, George W. Introduction to Taras Shevchenko, By D. Doroshenko, 1936, p.3-5.


Simpson, George W. The Political Significance of Taras Shevchenko. (Paper read to Shevchenko Scientific Society, Edmonton Branch, Feb. 26, 1961) In: Zbirnyk Materiyaliv = Collected Papers. Toronto: Shevchenko Scientific Society in Canada, 1962. p. 112-121.


Skrypnyk, Mary. New Bonds of Kinship. Ukrainian Canadian (Toronto), October 1970, p. 6-17, photos. About the visit of the Shevchenko Choral Ensemble of Toronto to Ukraine.


Skrypnyk, Mary. The Kobzar in English. Ukrainian Canadian, March 1969, p. 45-46.


Slavutych, Yar. Greatness of Taras Shevchenko. Edmonton: Slavuta Publishers [1961] 11 p. An eloquent essay by Prof. Slavutych, of the University of Alberta, assesses the world significance of Shevchenko.


Slavutych, Yar. Taras Shevchenko in Literary Criticism. In: Proceedings of the IVth Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association. Editor: Francois Jost. The Hague: Mouton, 1966. vol. 1, p. 317-20.


Slavutych, Yar. The Shevchenko Monument in USA [ By Archipenko unveiled at Soyuzivka June 16, 1957]. Ukrainian Review, vol. 5 no. 3, Autumn 1958, p. 60-61


Sloane, David. The Author's Digressions in Shevchenko's 'Hajdamaky': Their Nature and Function. Harvard Ukrainian Studies vol. 2 no. 3; Sept. 1978, p. 310-33.


Smal-Stocki, Roman. Shevchenko's Mind and Thought. Annals of the Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U.S. vol. 2 no. 2(4); 1952, p. 227-38.


Smal-Stocki, Roman. Shevchenko and the Jews. New York-Chicago: Shevchenko Scientific Societry, 1959. 11 p. In 1858, soon after he returned from exile in Siberia, Ukraine's greatest poet signed a defense for the rights of Jews in the Russian Empire.


Smal-Stocki, Roman. Shevchenko Meets America. Milwaukee: Marquette University Slavic Institute, 1964. 71 p. illus. Shevchenko and Ukraine in a political context.


Smal-Stotsky, Stepan. 'O, Why Have You Darkened?' In: Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics, p. 240-49.


Smyrniw, Walter. The Treatment of the Ballad by Shevchenko and His Contemporaries in Relation to Western Balladry. Canadian Slavonic Papers vol. 12 no. 2; 1970, p. 142-74.


Stepovik, Dmitro. A Portrait [of Andriy Kadnitsky] by Taras Shevchenko. Ukraine Illustrated Monthly (Kiev), no. 12 (136) Dec. 1987, Inside cover and p. 30.


Stepovik, Dmitro. Portrait of Taras Shevchenko. Ukraine Illustrated Monthly (Kiev) No. 3, March 1987, p.22-23. col. port. The 1840 self-portrait.


Stepovik, Dmitro. Shevchenko's Painting "Peasant Family". Ukraine Illustrated Monthly (Kiev) No. 3 (79), March 1983, p. 22-23.


Stepovyk, D. V. Taras Shevchenko Zhyvopys, Hrafika. Kyiv: Mystetstvo, 1984. 18, 134 p. col, illus. One of the finest printed collections of Shevchenko's art. Includes an English summary p. 15-16.


Stepovik, Dmitro. The Dawn of Freedom. Ukraine, Kiev, no. 96, August 1984, p. 12, port. “From the history of Karl Brullow’s portrait of Vasiliy Zhukovsky.”


Svoboda [Newspaper]. Shevchenko's Thoughts and Lyrics. Commemorating the Centennial of His Death. Jersey City: Ukrainian National Association and Shevchenko Scientific Society in the United States of America, 1961. 111 p. Parallel text English and Ukrainian.


Swoboda, Victor. Shevchenko and Censorship. Ukrainian Review vol. 8 no. 1; March 1961, p. 13-22 and vol. 9 no. 1-2, 1962. p. 25-32.


Swoboda, V. Shevchenko and Belinsky. Slavonic and East European Review, vol. 40; Dec. 1961, p. 168-83. Also in: Luckyj, George S.N. ed. Shevchenko and the Critics. p. 303-323.


Swoboda, Victor. Some Recent Shevchenkiana From the American Continent. Slavonic and East European Review, vol. 43; Dec. 1964, p. 179-88.


Swoboda, V. & R. Martin. Shevchenko and Belinsky Revisited. Slavonic and East European Review Oct. 1978. p. 546-62.


Syadrysty, M. Ukrainian Kobzar of Shevchenko: Smallest Book in the World. Forum (Scranton, Pa.: Ukrainian Fraternal Association) no. 61, Spring 1985, p. 17. Includes photo of Kobzar enlarged 2,100 times.


Tarakhan-Bereza, Z.P. T.G. Shevchenko Museum in Kaniv: A Guide. Dniepropetrovsk: Promin, 1986. 178 p. illlus. Text in English (p. 94-178) and Ukrainian.


Taras Shevchenko Language Society. Appeal to the Citizens of the Ukrainian SSR, to all Ukrainians living in Ukraine and beyond her borders., Feb. 12, 1989, Kiev, Ukraine. Forum (Scranton, Pa.: Ukrainian Fraternal Association) no. 79, Summer, 1989, p. 23.


Taras Shevchenko Memorial Book 150, Washington D.C. June 27, 1964. [Walter Dushnyck Editor] New York: Shevchenko Memorial Committee of America, 1964. 128 p. illus. ports., facsimiles. The program book for the unveiling of the Shevchenko statue by Leo Mol, of Winnipeg, in Washington, D.C. with the program, documents relevant to the creation and unveiling by former President Eisenhower. Also included is a list of donors.


Taras Shevchenko: The Bard of People's Freedom. Collection of Essays. New York: United Committee for Shevchenko Jubilee Commemoration, 1962. 144 p. illus. CONTENTS: Bard of Freedom, by L. Tolopko; Shevchenko - The Artist, by K. Doroshenko; Shevchenko and Russian Revolutionary Democracy, by E. Shabliyovsky; The Socio-Political Views of the Great Kobzar, by I. Zahrebelny; International Significance of T.H. Shevchenko's Works, by A. Biletsky; A Sincere Friendship, by P. Bohush; English Translations of Shevchenko Works, by I. Kotsiubinska; From the Pages of Kobzar; Shevchenko in the United States, by A. Babiy; Shevchenko in Soviet Ukraine and the U.S.S.R., by L. Tolopko; Shevchenko and the United States Congress, by A. Yurkevich; Main dates of Shevchenko's life. This book expresses the Soviet view of Shevchenko.


Tarnawsky, George. For the 100th Anniversary of the Death of Taras Shevchenko. Horizons. Ukrainian Students’ Review. New York, vol. 5 no. 1 (8), 1962, P. 31-38, port. Includes 8 poems translated by Vera Rich.


Terras, Victor. Handbook of Russian Literature. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1985. See entry Shevchenko, Taras: p. 405. A brief analysis of Shevchenko's literary works written in Russian "of much poorer quality than his Ukrainian poems" and his relationship to Russian writers and literature. Terras concludes that "Shevchenko's impact on Russian literature was manifold and lasting."


The Shevchenko Scientific Society: Its History and Activity 1873-1951. In: Shevchenko Scientific Society Proceedings: Historical-Philosophical Section. New York 1951. vol. 1, p. 5-9.


Trembicky, Walter. The Taras Shevchenko Stamps. Ukrainian Quarterly vol. 20 no. 2; Summer 1964. p. 164-170. Shevchenko in philately.


Tulub, Zinaida. The Exile: A Biographical Novel of Taras Shevchenko. Translated from the Ukrainian by Anatole Bilenko. Kiev: Dnipro, 1988. 394 p.


Udovitska, Yulia. Protecting Shevchenko’s Legacy. Forum (Scranton PA) no.; 85 Spring 1992. P. 23, port.


U. S. Congress. 88th. The Shevchenko Statue of Liberty in the Nation's Capital. Speeches. . . in the House of Representatives and Senate of the United States. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1964. 149 p.


Ukraine Illustrated Monthly (Kiev) No. 3, 1989. A special issue on the 175th Anniversary of the birth of Shevchenko. PARTIAL CONTENTS: Eternal Contemporary, by Boris Oliynik. Heartfelt Tribute : A Photostory from Shevchenko's Land, by Yakim Palchik. As Contemporaries Remembered Him, by Mikola Pavlyuk. Reminiscences, by Lazarevsky, Chaly, Kostomarov, Lazarevsky, Uskova, Zaleski, Junge, Panteleyev, Turgenev. The Artist (Excerpts). Poetry. Pictorial Ukraine, by Olexandr Fedoruk. The First in the New World [A. Honcharenko], by Roxolana Zorivchak. The Bard in Latin America, by Y. Pokalchuk. Kaniv Sketch: A short story, by Oles Honchar.


Ukrainian Quarterly (New York) vol. 19 no. 3, Autumn 1963. Shevchenko: Symbol of Liberty. Editorial. p. 197-203.


Ukrainian Quarterly vol. 20 no. 2, Summer 1964. Shevchenko: Menace to Russian Imperio-Colonialism. Editorial. p. 101-07.


Unveiling of the Shevchenko Monument. Program of Events Friday June 26, 1964 and Saturday June 27, 1964. Washington, D.C.: Shevchenko Memorial Committee of America, 1964. 16 p. map.


United States Senate. S.J.Res.54 Joint Resolution, February 19, 1959.Senate resolution supporting the construction of a Taras Shevchenko statue in Washington D.C. A facsimile copy in: Shevchenkivsky Almanakh Ukrainskoho Narodnoho Soyuzu na 1964 rik. Jersey City. P. 12.


United States Congress. Public Law 86-749, 86th Congress, H.J.Res. 311, September 13, 1960 approving the construction of a Shevchenko monument in Washington D.C. A facsimile copy in: Shevchenkivsky Almanakh Ukrainskoho Narodnoho Soyuzu na 1964 rik. Jersey City, P. 13. A map of the Washington site is on p. 30.


Velyhorsky, Ivan. English Echoes


Verves, Hrihory. Taras Shevchenko in the Cultural Life of Slavic Peoples. In: Borodin, V. ed. Shevchenko and the World. Kiev: Ukraina Society, 1988. p. 25-37.


Vnuchkova, L.I., H.P. Palamarchuk & O.I. Polianychko. Taras Shevchenko State Museum. Kyiv: Mystetstvo, 1989. 167 p. col. illus. A beautifully published work on the national Shevchenko Museum in Kiev on Shevchenko Boulevard. It includes many of Shevchenko's art works and art works depicting the poet.


Voynich, E. L. Six Lyrics From the Ruthenian of Taras Shevchenko also the Song of the Merchant Kalashniko. Rendered into English Verse With a Biographical Sketch. London Elkin Mathews, 1911. 63 p.


Weir, John. Bard of Ukraine: An Introduction to the Life and Works of Taras Shevchenko. Toronto: National Jubilee Committee of the Association of United Ukrainian Canadians, 1951. 64 p. illus. John Weir (Wevursky) was one of the talented translators of Shevchenko and active in the pro-Soviet AUUC organization.


Welyhorsky, Ivan. English Echoes in the Stories of Taras Shevchenko. Ukrainian Quarterly vol. 12 no. 4; Dec. 1956. p. 360-64.


Windle, Kevin. Shevchenko's Narrative Poem Maria in Three Russian Translations. Australian Slavonic and East European Studies vol. 7 no. 1, 1993, p. 25-47.


Woycenko, Olha. Power of the Creative Word: On English Translations of Shevchenko. Promin (Winnipeg & Hamilton, Ont: Ukrainian Women's Association) vol. 4 no. 3; 1963, p. 12-14.


Yanko, D.H. Monument to Taras Shevchenko in Kharkiv. Kiev: Mistetstvo, 1973. 24 p. illus. "Pictorial essay about the monument to Taras Shevchenko in Kharkiv."


Yaremko, John. Remarks of the Honourable John Yaremko, Q.C., Provincial Secretary and Minister of Citizenship in the Legislature of Ontario on Friday, March 10th, 1961 on the occasion of the 100th Anniversary of the Death of Taras Shevchenko. Toronto: Queen's Printer, 1961. 3 p. (Legislature of Ontario Debates Second Session 26th Legislature no. 65) See also Remarks in the Legislature on March 9th, 1964 commemorating the 150th anniversary of the birth of Taras Shevchenko.


Yekelchyk, Serhy. Creating a Sacred Place: The Ukrainophiles and Shevchenko's Tomb in Kaniv (1861-ca.1900) Journal of Ukrainian Studies vol. 20 no. 1-2 Summer-Winter 1995, p. 15-32


Yendyk, Rostyslav. The Era Before Shevchenko. Ukrainian Review vol. 8 no. 4; 1961, p. 3-6.


Yuzyk, Senator Paul. Taras Shevchenko: Poet, Prophet and Leader. Radio Talk, CBW Winnipeg, Man. March 10, 1964. In his: For a Better Canada. Toronto: Ukrainian National Association, 1973, p.279-286.


Zaitsev, Pavlo. Taras Shevchenko: A Life. Edited, abridged and translated with an introd. by George S.N. Luckyj. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1988. 284 p. This is the most authoritative biography of Shevchenko in English because it is the work of two Shevchenko experts. Zaitsev finished it in 1939 but Soviet censors prevented its publication. It was finally revised and published in Ukrainian in the West in 1955.


Zajcev, Pavlo. Shevchenko's Creative Process. In: Mijakovs'kyj, V. & G. Y. Shevelov eds. Taras Shevchenko 1814-1861: A Symposium. 1962. p. 107-126.


Zhuk, Petro. "But Mothers There Will Be and Sons. . ." Ukraine (Kiev), March 1984, p. 2-5 illus. About the town of Morintsy, the birthplace of Shevchenko.


Zhulinsky, Mikola. The Paradoxes of Two Tragic Lives. The Exile, a novel of Two Tragic Lives, by Z. Tulub. Ukraine, Kiev, no. 10, 1988, p. 27.


Zorivchak, Roxolana. Enchanted by the Haunting Music of the Ukrainian Tongue. Ukraine, No. 5, 1989, p. 34-35, port., facsims.


Zorivchak, Roxolana. Canadian Literature and Taras H. Shevchenko. Ukrainian Canadian (Toronto), March 1978, p. 18-22. port. Based on the article in the Shevchenko Dictionary (Kiev) , 1976.


Zorivchak, Roxolana. Forum About Shevchenko, Ukraine, No. 12 1989, p. 33-34, illus.


Zorivchak, Roksoliana. First Translator and Popularizer of Shevchenko in the English-Speaking Community. News From Ukraine, 1982 no. 33, p. 7.


Zorivchak, R. Taras Shevchenko and British Literature. News From Ukraine, no. 15, 1985, p. 7-8


Zorivchak, Roksoliana. Honcharenko: The First Translator of Shevchenko into English. Forum (Scranton, Pa.: Ukrainian Fraternal Association) no. 94 Spring 1996, p. 15-17, 27. ports., facsimiles. About Ukrainian American Ahapius Honcharenko 1832-1916 editor of the Alaska Herald who published brief poems by Shevchenko.


Zorivchak, Roksoliana. The First Translator of Shevchenko in the English-Speaking World. On the eightieth anniversary of the death of Andriy Humnytskyi. Ukrainian Review Vol. 43 no. 1; Spring 1996 p.68-70.


Zorivchak, Roksoliana. In the English-Speaking Domain. In: Borodin, V. ed. Shevchenko and the World. Kiev: Ukraina Society, 1988. p. 38-51.


Zorivchak, Roksoliana. The Work of Vera Rich in the Context of Ukrainian-British Literary Relations. Ukrainian Review (London, Eng.) Vol. 45 no.2 Summer 1998. p. 43-54. An excellent essay on the work of the talented English translator of Shevchenko who was unknown in Ukraine because of Soviet censorship. Prof. Zorivchak is at Lviv University, and she nominated Vera Rich for the Ivan Franko Literary Prize presented to her on May 19, 1998.


Zyla, W.T. Review of The Poetical Works of Taras Shevchenko by C.H. Andrusyshen & W. Kirkconnell, Ukrainian Quarterly, vol. 10 no. 4, Winter 1964-65, p. 368-70.

CONCORDANCE

Ilnytzkyj, Oleh S. & George Hawrysch, Editors & compilers. A Concordance to the Poetic Works of Taras Shevchenko =Konkordantsiya Poetychnykh Tvoriv Taras Shevchenka. New York: Shevchenko Scientific Society; Edmonton-Toronto: Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies Press, 2001. 4 volumes (3,230 pages). Text mainly in Ukrainian.

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