Poetic evening dedicated to the 150th anniversary of Lesya Ukrainka's birth
On February 23, a poetry evening dedicated to the 150th anniversary of Lesya Ukrainka's birth took place in the library of Oles Honchar Dnipro National University. The event was held as a part of "World of Beauty" Art Room.
In Valerian Podmogilny Street (To the 120th anniversary of his birth)
There is a street in our city where only two houses are built. This is in the neighborhood of the former tire factory. People had been queuing for their apartments for over twenty years. They already lost hope for housewarming parties, then the Union collapsed and the plant was at death's door. Somehow "the stars came together", the plant's management, headed by V.A. Tyutin coped with building of these two buildings.
100 YEARS OF HISTORY
GONCHAR'S UNIVERSITY SAVES THE HERITAGE OF THE MASTER
In early April, the scientific library together with the university community celebrate the birthday of a prominent Ukrainian writer, a graduate of Dnipro National University Oles Terentiyovych Honchar. He was born in Cossack Lomivka on the banks of the Dnieper. It is here that his literary fame began, from here his novels "Modry Stone", "Spring of Morava", "Singer", essay "Graduate Student" and the novel "Flag bearers" left for the world. The creative heritage of the writer is widely represented in the university book collections. The Department of Fiction keeps more than 400 copies of the author's books. The three-volume edition of Oles Honchar's diaries reveals the writer's identity in more detail. More...
BOOKS HAVE THEIR OWN DESTINY
"Books have a destiny" - this epigraph accompanies five issues of the "Catalogue of Old Printed Books", compiled by Evgeny Saminsky, the head of the department of rare books of the scientific library of Dnipro National University. A book is a source of knowledge, human memory and wisdom of thinkers. Among the vast book treasures created by mankind since the beginning of book printing, the ancient ones have a special value - the editions of the 16th - the beginning of the 19th century. The scientific library of our university, having a multimillion collection of multidisciplinary content, preserves unique old printed books published at different times in different countries in different languages.