Trembita publishing house

Trembita publishing house. A publishing house in Kolomyia, owned and directed by Z. Kurylovych (pseudonym: Bohdan Hryhorenko). From 1922 to 1929 it published popular literature, children's books, plays, and an annual almanac. Among the works published were Yurii Tiutiunnyk’s memoirs of the 1919–20 Winter campaigns, Andrii Chaikovsky’s novel Oleksii Korniienko, Klym Polishchuk’s novel Otaman Zelenyi, Karlo Kobersky’s booklet on Ukrainian populism, O. Kuzma’s Esperanto textbook, K. Verbytsky’s Ukrainian-Esperanto dictionary, Taras Shevchenko’s Kobzar, Borys Hrinchenko’s brief history of Ukraine, and Yevhen Yavorivsky’s book on Greek and Roman mythology.

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 5 (1993).]



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