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Maria S. Harasevych

Maria S. Harasevych, Ukrainian literary critic. Member Ukrainian Orthodox Church; Member of World Federation Ukrainian Women's Organizations, Ukrainian Writers Association (Exile), Ukrainian National Women's League American, Ukrainian Community Club (Detroit).

Background

  • Harasevych, Maria S. was born on October 14, 1918 in Ukraine. Daughter of Sava and Iryna (Hannocha) Bilous.

  • Education

    • Diploma in Philology, Kiev State University, 1941.

    Career

    • Director studies, acting high school principal, Russia, 1941—1942. Member board education Mineralny Vody, Kaukasus, Russia, 1942. Director department educational methods & supervising inspector high schools Mineralny Vody, 1942.

      Wording redactor novelists, translator & lecturer, 1945—1949. Literature critic, writer, journalist, teacher, consultant Ukrainian & Russian Languages, from 1949. Staff writer Horizon, Ukrainian Quarterly, from 1970.

      Staff writer Horizon, Ukrainian Quarterly, from 1970.

    Works

    • Author (Contemporary Poetry in Ukraine). Author: (Satire & Humor in Soviet Literature). Author: John Steinbeck, 1966, Works of M. Ponedilok, 1966-1977, B. Alexandriv-Poetry, 1973, B. Lepky in Prose and Poetry, 1974, Literary Portrait of O.Veretenchenko, 1976, Literary Portrait University Samchuk, 1978, Poet Yar Slarutych, 1980, Unique Writer Marco Vorchok in Perspective of 150 Years, 1985.

      Contributor articles.

    Membership

    Member Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Member of World Federation Ukrainian Women's Organizations, Ukrainian Writers Association (Exile), Ukrainian National Women's League American, Ukrainian Community Club (Detroit).

    Connections

    • Married Bohdan W. Harasevych, January 24, 1944.
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    Born October 14, 1918
    Died December 27, 2004
    (aged 86)
    • 1941
      Kiev State University
    • 1941 - 1942
      Director, studies
      Russia, Ohio, United States
    • 1942
      member, board education Mineralny Vody
      Russia, Ohio, United States
    • 1942
      director, department educational methods & supervising inspector high schools Mineralny Vody
    • 1945 - 1949
      wording redactor, novelists
    • 1945 - 1949
      translator & lecturer, novelists
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