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University of Toronto Commentary: Exorcising Ukrainian Modernism GEORGE G. GRABOWICZ The reason Milton wrote in fetters when he wrote of Angels & God, and at liberty when of Devils & Hell, is because he was a True Poet and of the Devil's party without knowing it. (William Blake, The Marriage of Heaven and Hell) For all its apparent limitations—especially a somewhat ad hoc and hardly systematic focus—and for all the deeper problems that are barely touched upon, the present discussion of Ukrainian Modernism may well be a significant step toward addressing the fundamental issue of Ukrainian literary studies.
EXORCISING UKRAINIAN MODERNISM 279 poetry, criticism, and translations, exemplified these values. If the values of profound respect for and belief in the autonomy of art, of its role as a source of strength and basis for a national culture, and of impassioned antiprovincialism and "Europeanism" are to be applied to anyone, they would, of course, apply to Zerov. " And, for all the difficulties with that term,7 it is still appropriate for him—in large measure because "neoclassicism," though defined by a range of stylistic features and values and attitudes, is firmly rooted in its time and cultural space.