Unconquered Ukraine: The librarian’s thoughts out loud

Olena Skachenko

Abstract

More than three months have passed since the Russian-Ukrainian war started. It is an unprovoked, full-scale, and murderous one. Ukraine has been defending for more than 100 days. It burns in the fire, suffers from air and missile strikes, and mourns and buries the killed heroes. But it keeps fighting for its independence, statehood, and identity. It is fighting for Slovyansk, the occupied Mariupol and Kherson, and Odesa at the front. It fights for the life-restoring in Bucha, Borodyanka, Sumy, and Chernihiv. It fights to avoid a food crisis by demining fields and sowing them with wheat. However, the struggle takes many lives.

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