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Meeting with Alexander Boychenko «Totalitarianism, war, revolution. Why Europe is afraid of totalitarianism?»

Meeting with  Alexander Boychenko «Totalitarianism, war, revolution. Why Europe is afraid of totalitarianism?»
26.02.2015
10:25

General Consulate of Poland in Vinnytsia and  Podolian Agency for Regional Development are inviting to the meeting in the frames of Polish-Ukrainian discussion platform with participation of Olexander Boychenko.

                                    Totalitarianism, war, revolution. Why Europe is afraid of totalitarianism?

On February 26th 2015  at 18.00 in  "InterShyk"  gallery ( Arhitectora Artunova street, 12-a, 4th floor)

During the meeting will be discussed why totalitarianism threatens to the development and freedom. What should we remember from the past so the totalitarianism would never return to Europe.

Also there will be presentation of the books: “Here in Auschwitz" by Tadeusz Borowski, "Another World" by Gustav-Gerling Hrudzinskoho, "Conversations with an executioner" by Casimir Mocharskoho and "Emperor. Shahinshah «by Ryszard Kapuściński. It will be possible to buy books there.

At the meeting will be present editor of all presented books,the  director of "Book XXI" Basil Dronyak.

Olexander Boychenko - literary critic, essayist, translator. A former teacher of foreign literature in  Chernivtsi University. Three-times member of the scholarship program  by Polish Minister of Culture Gaude Polonia.

Author of collections of essays “ Something like Shatokua”, “ Shatokua plus”,”If book”, “ My among foreigners”.

Polish-Ukrainian discussion platform – is  a joint project of the General Consulate  of Poland in Vinnytsia  and  NGO "Podolian Agency for Regional Development", whose purpose is to exchange of ideas in the cultural, political and economic life of the common vision for the future development of Ukraine. Initiators and main  speakers are graduaters of Polish scholarship programs .