In Gogol's historical short novel, Taras Bulba, he takes us on a journey into the world of the ancient Ukrainian Cossacks. Taras Bulba, an old Cossack, sends his two sons Andriy and Ostap to study at the Kiev Academy. After returning, the three men embark on a journey to Zaporizhian Sich in... read more
“Taras: My son, why? Why?Andrei Bulba: I did what I had to do.Taras: From the day I plunged you in the river to give you life, I loved you as I loved the steppes. You were my pride! I gave you life. It is on me to take it away from you.”
“There's only ONE WAY to keep faith with a Pole. Put your faith in your sword and the sword in the Pole.”Taras Bulba
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