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Dziejaslou 66 (2013)
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66 (2013)

Dziejaslou
 

Проза

Prose
Уладзімір Някляеў
Uladzimir Niakliajeŭ
Бары-бэры. Апавяданне
Бары-бэры. A short story
Сяргей Рублеўскі
Siarhiej Rublieŭski
Кіно прыехала! Апавяданне
Cinema came! A short story
Ева Вежнавец
Eva Viežnaviec
Вінны яблык. Апавяданне
Apple in wine. A short story
Уладзіслаў Ахроменка
Uładzisłau Akhromenka
Музы і свінні. З новай кнігі
Muses and pigs. From the new book
Генадзь Дзмітрыеў
Gienasz' Dzmitryjeŭ
Рэінкарнацыя. Апавяданне
Reincarnation. A short story
Кася Дземянчук
Kasia Dziemiančuk
Гарбата з мёдам і мелісай. Апавяданне
Tea with honey and lemon balm. A short story.
Эрнест Ялугін
Ernest Jałuhin
Перад Патопам. Раман
Before the flood. A novel
Наталля Навіцкая
Natallia Navickaja
Гадавое прызнанне. Зацемкі
Annual confession. An essay

Паэзія

Poetry
Вера Бурлак
Vera Burlak
Аблокі. Вершы
The clouds. Poems
Анатоль Дэбіш
Anatol' Debiš
Крокі... Вершы
The steps.... Poems
Васіль Дэбіш
Vasil' Debiš
Зноў я ў роднай хаце. Вершы
I'm in the native home, again. Poems
Фёдар Ястраб
Fiodar Jastrab
Вечны Пілігрым. Санеты
Eternal pilgrim. Sonnets
Іна Снарская
Ina Snarskaja
Сатканая з ветру. Вершы
Woven of wind. Poems
Ірына Бельская
Iryna Bel'skaja
Мы дзеці аднаго Бога. Вершы
We are the children of one god. Poems
Ася Волкава
Asia Volkava
Тэт-а-тэт. Вершы
Tęte-ŕ-tęte. Poems
Мікіта Прыходзька
Mikita Prykhodz'ka
Не згубіць дарогі. Вершы
Not to lose the way. Poems

Дэбют

Debut
Ксеня Бандарэнка
Ksenia Bandarenka
У душы маёй хвоча дождж... Вершы
Rain is pouring in my soul... Poems.
Максім Шняк
Maksim Šniak
Вучыцца цярпенню ў снегу. Вершы
To learn patience from snow. Poems

Пераклад

Translations
Льюіс Кэрал
Lewis Carroll
Снаркаловы. Прападанне ў васьмі выкліках
Пераклад з ангельскай Макса Шчура
The hunting of the snark. Прападанне ў васьмі выкліках
Translated from English by Maks Ščur
Тадэвуш Міціньскі
Tadeusz Miciński
Чорны замак духу. Вершы
Пераклад з польскай Ірыны Хадарэнка
Чорны замак духу. Poems
Translated from Polish by Iryna Khadarenka

Памяць

Memory
Валяр'ян Кіслік
Valiar'jan Kislik
Пра чырвонаармейца Навума Кісліка, яго сяброў і не толькі...
To walk along untrodden path...
Дзмітрый Паўлавец
Dzmitryj Paŭlaviec
Укрыжаваны за роднае слова
Да 130-годдзя з дня нараджэння Сцяпана Некрашэвіча
Crucified for native word
For the 130th anniversary of the Sciapan Niekraševič

Згадкі

Memoirs
Алесь Бяляцкі
Alieś Bialiacki
"Дзяды" былі з намі. З нагоды 25-годдзя
першага масавага мітынгу ў Беларусі
"Dziady" were with us. For the 25th anniversary of the first mass meeting in Belarus
Антон Кулон
Anton Kulon
Доўгі шлях у Еўропу. Урывак з
"Сіняй кнігі беларускага алкаголіка ІІ"
Long way to europe. A passage from the "Blue Book of Belarusian Alcoholic ІІ"

Запісы

Notes
Алесь Гібок-Гібкоўскі
Alieś Hibok-Hibkoŭski
Навучыцца любіць
Вытрымкі з філасофскага дзённіка
To learn to love
Passages from the philosophical diary

Партрэт

Portrait
Ігар Набытовіч
Ihar Nabytovič
Мальфар беларускай драматургіі
Агляд творчасці Сяргея Кавалёва
Wizard of Belarusian drama
Survey of oeuvre of Siarhiej Kavalioŭ

Кнігапіс

Bookroncle
Анатоль Сідарэвіч
Anatol' Sidarevič
З гісторыі гісторыі літаратуры
Прыклад Рыгора Семашкевіча
From the history of history of literature
Example of Ryhor Siemaškievič

Крытыка

Criticism
Ала Петрушкевіч
Ała Pietruškievič
Каханне і смерць Едруся Мазько
Love and death of Edrus' Maz'ko
Алеся Лапіцкая
Aliesia Łapickaja
Раман з памфлетам
Рэцэнзія на кнігу Алеся Пашкевіча
The novel with the pamphlet
Review of the book by Alieś Paškievič
Алена Ніякоўская
Aliena Nijakoŭskaja
У пошуках нястрачанага часу. Пра раман Алеся Аркуша "Палімпсэст"
In search of not lost time
On the novel by Alieś Arkuš "Palimpest".
Леанід Галубовіч
Leanid Hałubovič
Асвяжальныя "Кроплі дажджу"
Рэцэнзія на кнігу Міколы Кандратава
Refreshing "Raindrops"
Review of the book by Mikoła Kandrataŭ


 

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