• Tatyana Sharova
  • Tatyana Posadna
Keywords: originality, identity, artisticprose, creativity, literature


The article presents features of Ukrainian literature of the 20-30’s of the twentieth century. The emphasis is on its originality and originality; it is emphasized that at this time the writers sought to artistically comprehend important social and psychological problems in accordance with their life experience and style. The article states that the achievements of prose of the second half of the 20th years of the twentieth centurywere determined by the internal laws of the development of literature, in particular, its leading genera and genres. The signifi cant accumulation of artistic experience in the depiction of a modern new hero, the enrichment of realism, the search for new artistic forms, the development of the traditions of classical literature are those factors that contributed to the creative growth of writers, and, consequently, the formation of Ukrainian prose at the positions of socialist realism. Ukrainian writers did not limit themselves to traditional rural topics. In Ukrainian literature, there is a certain number of new topics that cover the economic and cultural life of the people. Accordingly, there is a new perspective that characterizes a new stage in the development of Ukrainian Soviet prose. A signifi cant number of writers turns to production topics, in the center of which there is a comprehensive picture of human labor. The research focuses on the fact that the main problem in the literature of the second half of the 20-30th years of the 20th century was a problem image of the modern life of the people in various aspects of life: revolution, civil war, peaceful work, the emergence of a new way of life and moral qualities. The best models of Ukrainian prose were authentic and realistic; they refl ect the real reality of the time.

How to Cite
Sharova, T., & Posadna, T. (2018). SUCCESSFULITY AND ORIGINALITY OF UKRAINIAN FEDERATION 20-30 YEARS XX CENTURY. Scientific Notes of Ostroh Academy National University: Philology Series, 2(69), 239-242. Retrieved from