Snip (The Sheaf). A literary almanac published in Kharkiv in 1841. Edited by Oleksander Korsun, it contained Mykola Kostomarov's play Pereiaslavs’ka nich (Pereiaslav Night) and his translation of five of Byron's Hebrew Melodies; poems by Mykhailo Petrenko; poetry and fables by Stepan Pysarevsky and P. Pysarevsky and by O. Korsun (including his translations of five Czech poems); Porfyrii Korenytsky's satirical poem ‘Vechernytsi’ (Evening Parties); and the first Ukrainian translation of a poem by Petrarch, by M. Pysarevska.

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 4 (1993).]

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