List of Ukrainian-language writers

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Ukrainian-language writers
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Ukrainka
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This is a list of authors who have written works of prose and poetry in the Ukrainian language.

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  • Dniprova Chayka (1861–1927), poet, short story writer, and children's writer
  • Olena Chekan (1946-2013), film, stage and television actress, voice artist, television screenwriter and editor, political journalist and social activist, columnist, short story writer, essayist, humanist and feminist
  • Marko Cheremshyna (1874–1927), short story writer, and translator
  • Boris Chichibabin (1923–1994), poet
  • Taras Chubay (born 1970), poet, and songwriter
  • Pavlo Chubynsky (1839–1884), poet and ethnographer

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  • Yuriy Fedkovych (1834–1888), short story writer, poet, folklorist, editor, and translator
  • Moysey Fishbein (born 1946), poet, editor, and translator
  • Ivan Franko (1856–1916), novelist, poet, literary critic, journalist, and translator
  • Petro Franko (1890–1941), novelist, memoirist, and screenwriter

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  • Pavlo Hai-Nyzhnyk (born 1971), poet, historian, science writer, and ethnographer
  • Leonid Hlibov (1827–1893), poet, fabulist, children's writer, and editor
  • Volodymyr Hnatiuk (1871–1926), folklorist, translator, ethnographer, and journalist
  • Yakub Holovatsky (1814–1888), historian, ethnographer, bibliographer, and poet
  • Oles Honchar (1918–1995), novelist, poet, short story writer, and journalist
  • Yevhen Hrebinka (1812–1848), poet, fabulist, novelist, short story writer, and translator
  • Borys Hrinchenko (1863–1910), historian, poet, and ethnographer
  • Hrytsko Hryhorenko (1867–1924), poet, short story writer, translator, and journalist
  • Volodymyr Huba (born 1938), poet
  • Yevhen Hutsalo (1937–1995), poet, novelist, journalist, and children's writer

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  • Lesya Ukrainka (1871–1913), poet, playwright, literary critic, and essayist

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