Shabliovskii, Evgenii

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Shabliovskii, Evgenii Stepanovich


Born Apr. 14 (27), 1906, in Kamen’-Kashirskii, in what is now Volyn’ Oblast. Soviet literary scholar. Corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian SSR (1934). Member of the CPSU since 1928.

Shabliovskii graduated from the department of history and philology of the Kiev Institute of Public Education in 1930. He has written studies on the history and theory of Ukrainian literature, monographs on the work of T. G. Shevchenko, and studies of such writers as L. Ukrainka, I. Ia. Franko, V. S. Stefanik, and N. I. Kostomarov. He received the Lenin Prize in 1964 for his book T. G. Shevchenko and the Russian Revolutionary Democrats, 1858–1861 (1962). Shabliovskii’s works have been translated into foreign languages and languages of the USSR.


Humanizm Shevchenka i nasha suchasnist’. Kiev, 1964.
Shliakhamy iednannia. Kiev, 1965.
V. I. Lenin i ukrains’ka literatura. Kiev, 1969.
Svoboda tvorchosti i hromadians’ka vidpovidal’nist’ pys’mennyka. Kiev, 1973.
Naperedovykh rubezhakh suchasnosti. Kiev, 1975.
In Russian translation:
Narod i poeziia Shevchenko. Moscow, 1964.


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Dniprovyi, M. “Vidpovidal’nist’ pered suspil’stvom.” Dnipro, 1974, no.4.
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