Dmytro Nytczenko (Ukrainian: Дмитро Нитченко; literary pseudonyms: Dmytro Chub or Ostap Zirchasty; February 21, 1905, Zinkiv, Poltava, Ukraine – May 27, 1999, Melbourne, Australia) was a Ukrainian-born literary critic, novelist, memoirist, editor, literary researcher, teacher, and social activist who lived and worked in Australia. He was a laureate of the Skovoroda and Volodymyr Antonovych Prizes, and a member of the Writer's Union of Ukraine.

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  • Dmytro Nytczenko (Ukrainian: Дмитро Нитченко; literary pseudonyms: Dmytro Chub or Ostap Zirchasty; February 21, 1905, Zinkiv, Poltava, Ukraine – May 27, 1999, Melbourne, Australia) was a Ukrainian-born literary critic, novelist, memoirist, editor, literary researcher, teacher, and social activist who lived and worked in Australia. He was a laureate of the Skovoroda and Volodymyr Antonovych Prizes, and a member of the Writer's Union of Ukraine. (en)
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