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Andriy Lyubka in Vinnitsa presented a book of Polish author about the tragedy of minorities.

Andriy Lyubka in Vinnitsa  presented a book of Polish author  about the tragedy of minorities.
29.01.2015
17:24

In Vinnytsya within the framework of  Polish-Ukrainian discussion platform has already been  presented the second book in the genre of historical reportage (non fiction). First book  was presented in October a work  Oleksandr Zinchenko "Parrot''s hour  " about Polish officers who were killed by   the Soviet regime.

And now, January 28, a young but already known Ukrainian writer and translator from Uzhgorod Andriy Lyubka told us about  the  book of Polish author Lydia Ostalovskoyi "Watercolors", which was translated into Ukrainian by him.

Lydia Ostalovska writer, journalist of  “Gazeta Vyborcha” writes about those for whom  hardest to live in this world : National Minorities, women, subcultural youth and other vulnerable segments of society. Her "Watercolors" – is  a story about one of the least researched genocide during the Second World War, the victims of which were European Roma (Gypsies). At the same time this amazing life story of Czech Jewish Dina Ґotlibovoyi. She is 19 years old girl , in a concentration camp "Auschwitz" by order of "angel of death" Dr. Mengele painted portraits of Roma, over which he made his cruel experiments. Everyone who was painted by her  soon was killed.

The fate of the main character of the book is really good for a Hollywood drama. She is managed to  survive in  a death camp, and after the war was married to famous Disney multiplier Art Bebita and made a successful career, then tried to sue in museum "Auschwitz-Birkenau" her own watercolors.... the background of this real thriller is  information  Romas - as it is one of  most  mysterious people of Europe, about their  history, beliefs, life, food, culture .

During the discussion in "InterShyk gallery" Andriy Lyubka spoke about his participation in the Polish educational program «Gaude Poloniaabout  the scientific interest of Roma, about  introduction of  the book and about  his translation of this book .

Those who were Present at the meeting asked the guest  questions not only about the Polish book, but also about his own work. For those who  interested in modern Ukrainian literature, know that Andriy  Lyubka – is an author of short stories "Killer", three books of poetry and a book of  Essenes "Sleeping with women", he is a winner of  literary awards "Debut" and "Kiev Lavra".