INTRODUCTION: Approaching the Post-Soviet Ukrainian Intellectual or the Word "Intellectual" Pronounced with a Ukrainian Accent PART ONE: EUPHORIA Chapter One: New Prototypes of the Ukrainian Intellectual in post-Soviet Ukrainian Prose - The Swashbuckling Performer Chapter Two: New Prototypes of the Ukrainian Intellectual in post-Soviet Ukrainian Prose - The Ambassador to the West Chapter Three: Deconstructive Revelry PART TWO: CHAOS Chapter Four: New Prototypes of the Ukrainian Intellectual in post-Soviet Ukrainian Prose - The Sick Soul Chapter Five: A Return to the Margins PART THREE: COMMUNITY Chapter Six: Agents of the Metaphysical Chapter Seven: A Community of Others CONCLUSION BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX
Mark Andryczyk obtained his PhD in Ukrainian Language and Literature from the University of Toronto.
'The only monograph in English dedicated in its entirety to contemporary Ukrainian literature. More are bound to follow, but Andryczyk's study is more than worthy of its landmark status.' -- Uilleam Blacker Slavonic and East European Review; vol 91:02:2013 'The book provides a reliable guide to some of the richest and most innovative works written in Ukrainian.' -- Myroslav Shkandrij, University of Manitoba Slavic Review, Vol. 72, No. 2 (SUMMER 2013), pp. 397-398 'Andryczyk's book will be of interest to scholars and students studying contemporary Ukrainian literature and various tendencies and developments that dominate the recent Ukrainian cultural scene.' -- Olha Tytarenko Slavic & East European Journal, vol 58:04:2014