Dolnytsky, Antin

Dolnytsky, Antin [Dol'nyc'kyj], 1853–1953. Galician civic figure, judge of the supreme court in Vienna for many years. In 1875–6 Dolnytsky headed the Academic Circle student society in Lviv and edited its journal, Druh. Owing to his efforts, the Russophile tendencies in the society were overcome. He wrote a short novel, Na potemky (In the Dark), under the pseudonym A. Pereplys, and popular brochures and articles on legal issues.

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 1 (1984).]




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