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Vinnitsa State University

Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017

All my life I admire people who have a natural gift and ability to express their thoughts the language of poetry. I read a lot of ancient authors, unfortunately, because of ignorance of languages, only in translation, which can not reflect the full extent all the nuances of a poetic work, admire the landmark works of Russian poet Alexander Pushkin, is not alien to me and "chopped ladder 'poetry by Mayakovsky, and in tune with them, but rather specific topics and manner of presentation of thoughts, of our contemporary poetry of Vladimir Vysotsky. Once in the net I accidentally came across verses that bribed its modern, fresh and lively lyrics, now it's pretty rare, so I was interested by the author. Poems written Tatyana Yakovenko. After we met, at which Tatiana kindly answered, I learned that it is not only a famous Ukrainian poet, lyricist and author of several poetry collections published in many countries, but also the candidate of philological sciences, assistant professor of Ukrainian literature of Vinnitsa State University, member and active public figure. In this regard, our discussion with Tatiana on literature and poetry, often degenerating into a discussion of socio-political developments in the former Soviet Union and the world at large.

Naturally, there are always a historical question: "Who is to blame and that to do. " Once I made the following, although very controversial, the assumption that all the troubles Russia defined its geographical position. It seems that our workforce is the cheapest on Earth, at least pay for orders lower than the same Koreans, Singaporeans and Thais but to succeed we need only a pair of slippers, we need at least a pair of boots and sheepskin coat for winter boots for the summer, build a huge power plant, to 8 months a year to heat homes and manufacture.