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Hustvedt, Siri. What i Loved : a novel / S. Hustvedt. - New York : Picador : Henry Holt and Company, 2003. - 374 p.
What I Loved is a novel written by American writer Siri Hustvedt, first published in 2003 in London. The author herself grew up in Northfield, Minnesota and then moved to New York in 1978. This is the story of two men who first become friends in 1970s New York, of the women in their lives, of their sons, born in the same year, and of how relations between the two families become strained, first by tragedy, then by a monstrous duplicity which comes slowly and corrosively to the surface.
A powerful and heartbreaking novel that chronicles the epic story of two families. It explores themes of love, loss, art and psychology.

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Wilder, Laura Ingalls. Little House in the Big Woods / L. I. Wilder ; ill. G. Williams. - New York : Harper Collins Publishers, 1994. - 244 p.
Little House in the Big Woods is a children's novel by Laura Ingalls Wilder published in 1932. The book is the first in the Little House series, which is based on decades-old memories of Wilder's early childhood in the Big Woods near Pepin, Wisconsin, in the late 19th century.
Based on a 2007 online poll, the National Education Association named Little House in the Big Woods one of its "Teachers' Top 100 Books for Children." It was one of the "Top 100 Chapter Books" of all time in a 2012 poll by School Library Journal. 
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Wilder, Laura Ingalls. Little House on the Prairie / L. I. Wilder ; ill. G. Williams. - New York : Harper Collins Publishers, 1994. - 340 p.
.Little House on the Prairie is a children's novel by Laura Ingalls Wilder, published in 1935. This book is the third of the series of books known as the Little House series.
The book is about the months the Ingalls family spent on the Kansas prairie around the town of Independence. Wilder describes how her father built their one-room log house in Indian Territory, having heard that the government planned to open the territory to white settlers soon.
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Wilder, Laura Ingalls. On the Banks of Plum Creek / L. I. Wilder ; ill. G. Williams. - New York : Harper Collins Publishers, 1994. - 340 p.
On the Banks of Plum Creek is a children's book written in 1937 by Laura Ingalls Wilder. The fourth of nine books written in her Little House series, it is based on Laura's childhood at Plum Creek near Walnut Grove, Minnesota in the late nineteenth century.
The fourth book in the series, On the Banks of Plum Creek and follows the Ingalls family as they move from Kansas to Pepin, Wisconsin to an area near Walnut Grove, Minnesota, and settle in a dugout "on the banks of Plum Creek (Redwood County, Minnesota)". In reality, the occurrences and anecdotes in the first book Little House on the Prairie took place after their return from Indian Territory. The Ingalls family left for their journey to Minnesota on Laura's seventh birthday, February 7, 1874. In this book, Laura is around seven - nine years old, which was chronologically correct.
During the course of the story, Jack, the family bulldog, moves with the family to Plum Creek, though in real life he did not make the journey with the family. Readers liked Jack so much that Laura decided to include him in this book.
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Warren, Robert Penn. All the King’s Men / R. P. Warren. - San Diego ; New York ; London : A Harvest Book : Harcourt, Inc., 2001. - 642 p.
All the King's Men is a novel by Robert Penn Warren first published in 1946. Its title is drawn from the nursery rhyme Humpty Dumpty. In 1947 Warren won the Pulitzer Prize for All the King's Men. It was adapted for film in 1949 and 2006; the 1949 version won the Academy Award for Best Picture. It is rated the 36th greatest novel of the 20th century by Modern Library, and it was chosen as one of TIME magazine's 100 best novels since 1923. All the King's Men portrays the dramatic political rise and governorship of Willie Stark, a cynical populist in the American South during the 1930s.
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Kidd, Sue Monk. The Secret Life of Bees : a novel / S. M. Kidd. - [New York] : Penguin Books , 2003. - 322 p.
The Secret Life of Bees is a book by author Sue Monk Kidd. Set in 1964, the coming-of-age story acknowledges the predicament of loss and betrayal. It received critical acclaim and was a New York Times bestseller list. It won the 2004 Book Sense Book of the Year Awards (Paperback), and was nominated for the Orange Broadband Prize for Fiction.
The book was later was adapted into a film directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood.
The Secret Life of Bees is a major literary triumph about the search for love and belonging, a novel that possesses a rare wisdom about life and the power and divinity of the female spirit.
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Auster, Paul. The Invention of Solitude  / P. Auster ; introduction by P. Bruckner. - [New York] : Penguin Books , 2007. - 174 p.
The Invention of Solitude is the debut work of Paul Auster, a memoir published in1982. In this debut work by New York Times-bestselling author Paul Auster The Invention of Solitude, a memoir, established Auster’s reputation as a major new voice in American writing. The book is divided into two separate parts, Portrait of an Invisible Man, which concerns the sudden death of Auster's father, and The Book of Memory, in which Auster delivers his personal opinions concerning subjects such as coincidence, fate, and solitude, subjects that have become trademarks of Auster's works.
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Mitchell, Margaret. Gone With the Wind : [a novel] / M. Mitchell ; preface by P. Conroy. - New York ; London ; Toronto : SCRIBNER, 2011. - 960 p.
Gone with the Wind is a novel written by Margaret Mitchell, first published in 1936. The story is set in Clayton County, Georgia, and Atlanta during the American Civil War and Reconstruction era. It depicts the experiences of Scarlett O'Hara, the spoiled daughter of a well-to-do plantation owner, who must use every means at her disposal to come out of the poverty she finds herself in after Sherman's March to the Sea. Gone with the Wind was popular with American readers from the onset and was the top American fiction bestseller in the year it was published and in 1937. As of 2014, Harris poll found it to be the second favorite book of American readers, right after the Bible. More than 30 million copies have been printed worldwide.
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Lewis, Clive Staples.The Chronicles of Narnia / C. S. Lewis ; ill. P. Baynes. - [New York] : Harper Trophy, 2002
Book 1 : The Magician`s Nephew. - 2002. - 228 p.
                Book 2 : The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe. - 2002. - 210 p.
Book 3 : The Horse and His Boy. - 2002. - 242 p.
Book 4 : Prince Caspian : the Return to Narnia. - 2002. - 242 p.
Book 5 : The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. - 2002. - 274 p.
Book 6 : The Silver Chair. - 2002. - 258 p.
Book 7 : The Last Battle. - 2002. - 228 p.
The Chronicles of Narnia is a series of seven high fantasy novels by author C. S. Lewis. It is considered a classic of children's literature and is the author's best-known work, having sold over 100 million copies in 47 languages. Written by Lewis between 1949 and 1954, illustrated by Pauline Baynes and originally published in London between October 1950 and March 1956, The Chronicles of Narnia has been adapted several times, complete or in part, for radio, television, the stage, and film. Set in the fictional realm of Narnia, a fantasy world of magic, mythical beasts, and talking animals, the series narrates the adventures of various children who play central roles in the unfolding history of that world.
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Tolkien, John Ronald Reuel. The Hobbit or There and Back Again / J. R. R. Tolkien. - Revised Edition. - New York : Del Rey Book : Ballantine Books, 2012. - 306 p.
The Hobbit, or There and Back Again is a fantasy novel and children's book by English author J. R. R. Tolkien. It was published on 21 September 1937 to wide critical acclaim, being nominated for the Carnegie Medal and awarded a prize from the New York Herald Tribune for best juvenile fiction. The book remains popular and is recognized as a classic in children's literature.



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Календар-щорічник є орієнтиром для громадськості краю у перебігу подій, ювілеїв та пам’ятних дат у 2020 році. Основу календаря складають ґрунтовні наукові розвідки про визначних діячів краю, підготовлені провідними карпатознавцями. Окремим розділом подано календар знаменних дат, які відзначатиме в 2020 році громадськість світу та України.


Запрошуємо всіх на вечір пам'яті до Дня Героїв небесної Сотні, який відбудеться 20 лютого о 17 год. в читальній залі бібліотеки.



Дискусія про переклади художньої літератури на Закарпатті.
У п’ятницю, 21 лютого, о 17.00 у Закарпатській обласній науковій універсальній бібліотеці відбудеться круглий стіл на тему “Закарпатська школа перекладу: є чи нема?” - з нагоди сторіччя відомого закарпатського письменника і перекладача Семена Панька.
Учасниками дискусії стануть сучасні перекладачі художньої літератури – Сергій Панько (Київ), Микола Зимомря (Дрогобич), Віктор Мотрук, Галина Малик, Андрій Любка, Василь Густі, письменники Сергій Федака та Михайло Рошко, літературознавець  Олег Хававчак. 

Зустріч відбудеться в рамках літературного клубу “Читаємо разом!” (І поверх).  Модератор  – Олександр Гаврош.



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