Liberal Arts

The historical role of the baptist of the country is very conducive to the creation of legends. Moreover, legends about the circumstances of the change of faith are usually not very convenient to refute – the victorious faith can become very angry

Boris Burda - 13.06.2021
Liberal Arts

Olexander Smakula wrote: “I often look to Kobzar to disperse my sadness… I have been wandering in foreign lands for more than forty years, but I have not forgotten my Ukraine and will never forget it”

Boris Burda - 06.06.2021
Liberal Arts

Do we remember that he is also our fellow countryman? More often than not, we just don’t know that. But listen to his songs, the links for which are here, and you will be as surprised as I was – how familiar these melodies are to us! They are with us, which means that Dassin continues to live in our memory along with his songs

Boris Burda - 30.05.2021
Liberal Arts

Nobel laureate Hermann Hesse said about him: “In my opinion, this is not only one of the few wise people living on earth today, but also a writer of a very high level, and, moreover… he has enriched world literature with a brilliant contribution – Hasidic legends”

Boris Burda - 23.05.2021
Liberal Arts

In the last article of Nikolay Fedorovich Gamaleya, who defeated plague, smallpox, typhus, and cholera, there are the following words: “The highest joy for a scientist is to realize that his works serve the interests of a person”

Boris Burda - 16.05.2021
Liberal Arts

Litvak has been awarded the Legion of Merit and Bronze Star combat medals by the US Government. And that’s not all: the French awarded him the Military Cross and the Legion of Honor, and the British made him an honorary officer of the Order of the British Empire. And for his contribution to the development of cinema, Anatole Litvak was awarded a star with his name on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Boris Burda - 09.05.2021
Liberal Arts

Pablo Picasso: “If we had an artist of this level of skill, we would make the whole world talk about her!”

Boris Burda - 02.05.2021
Liberal Arts

Lubomyr Romankiw: “Yes, I consider myself an American citizen and I consider myself a Canadian citizen – I have a passport. But in my soul I feel that I am Ukrainian. When I come to Ukraine, I feel that I am in my own country, where I was born, and everything is dear for me”

Boris Burda - 25.04.2021
Liberal Arts

Her career was fantastic in everything: the brevity – five war years, and the prolificacy – more than forty films (only eight have survived until our time), and the level of popularity – people were simply bursting to watch her films, including the period after the revolution

Boris Burda - 18.04.2021

Spelling error report

The following text will be sent to our editors: