Books published in Ukrainian during 1923–1945

Bobinsky V. Words in the wall / V. Bobinsky. - Kharkiv; Kyiv: Literature and Art, 1932. - 119 p.

The collection includes not only the works of the author, but also his translations of poetry of French modernist poets.
In his writings, V. Bobynsky tries to awaken the people's belief in the inevitability of social changes, in the victory of socialist ideas in Western Ukrainian lands; presents in a close-up way the collective image of the insurgent, in which the October Revolution awakened a sense of self-esteem, the need to fight the oppressors. The author depicts the advantages of the Soviet way of life, directs his creativity to the service of ideas of social justice, class equality, and opposes the Polish authorities and all those who serve them.

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