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                  Літературний музей імені Володимира Сосюри
                  Літературний музей імені Володимира Сосюри
                  +380 (6451) 6-33-32
                  Museum dedicated to the art Sosyurы Vladimir Nikolaevich - Ukrainian poet laureate of State Prize, named. Shevchenko, who spent his childhood and teenage years in Lisichansk. The main focus of the museum exhibits - the life and career of the poet W. Sosyurы, his personal belongings, gifts: books by poets and writers. On the basis of the museum held literary festivals and literature lessons. Poetry Sosyurы marked by deep lyricism, philosophical orientation, the classical clarity and simplicity. Beginning in the early period of creativity in poetry Sosyurы reflected and contradictions of his era: a typical Ukrainian intellectual 1920's inability to combine loyalty to the Bolshevik Revolution with a sense of national duty. Not far from the museum in the park - a monument to the poet. It was opened November 10, 1966. Poet, sculptor perpetuated I. Ovcharenko, turning his head slightly to the right, as if vsluhuyetsya word passers ...
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