LOST BOOK HERITAGE FROM THE HISTORY OF G. P. ALEKSEEV`S PRIVATE LIBRARY

Authors

  • Ludmila M. LUCHKA Oles Honchar Dnipro National University (Dnipro), Ukraine

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15802/unilib/2020_220699

Keywords:

public figure G. P Alekseev, private library, lost book heritage, Katerynoslav region

Abstract

Objective. The purpose is to highlight the history of the private library of the Katerynoslav figure in the context of the social and cultural life of an individual family of the 19th–early 20th centuries; to analyze a private collection according to subject and language features. Objective is the private library of G. P. Alekseev, a public and cultural figure. Methods. The study uses analytical-synthetic, system-structural, historical-biographical, and statistical methods. Results. Little-known pages of Ukrainian librarianship history are revealed; the boundaries of studying private book collections of public figures are expanded; the role of the individual in cultural development and creation of an intellectual circle of the region is determined. An important area of historical memory is highlighted, namely the revival and preservation of book heritage. Conclusions.The private library is an important center in the process of forming a network of Ukrainian libraries and creating a holistic picture of the cultural development of the province. The repertoire and content of the book collection of the Katerynoslav nobleman and honorary citizen G P. Alekseev testifies to the high level of the intellectual environment of the Ukrainian city. Type characteristics and quantitative analysis emphasize the uniqueness and significance of a private library collection.

Author Biography

Ludmila M. LUCHKA, Oles Honchar Dnipro National University (Dnipro)

PhD in History, Deputy Director of Scientific Library

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Published

2021-04-01

How to Cite

LUCHKA, L. M. (2021). LOST BOOK HERITAGE FROM THE HISTORY OF G. P. ALEKSEEV`S PRIVATE LIBRARY. UNIVERSITY LIBRARY AT A NEW STAGE OF SOCIAL COMMUNICATIONS DEVELOPMENT. CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS, (5), 47–52. https://doi.org/10.15802/unilib/2020_220699

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FUNDS OF LIBRARIES