Khortytsia [Xortycja]. A co-operative publishing house in Lviv, founded and directed by members of the Ukrainian Society of Aid to Emigrants from Greater Ukraine. During its existence (1928–39) it published the annual calendar (kalendar) Dnipro (Lviv); some historical novels, such as Andrii Chaikovsky's Polkovnyk Mykhailo Krychevs’kyi (Colonel Mykhailo Krychevsky, 1935) and Elie Borschak's Voinarovs’kyi sestrinok Ivana Mazepy (Voinarovsky, the Nephew of Ivan Mazepa, 1939); and biographical materials such as Lystuvannia Lesi Ukraïnky z O. Makoveiem (Lesia Ukrainka's Correspondence with Osyp Makovei, 1938), edited by Vasyl Simovych, and Sofiia Rusova's memoirs (1939). It also distributed the publications of other firms.

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