Vilna Akademia Proletarskoi LITEratury (ВАПЛІТЕ) foi uma associação literária que funcionou de janeiro de 1926 a 28 de janeiro de 1928 em Kharkov, na Ucrânia.[1] A associação literária, geralmente frequentada por nacionalistas ucranianos, foi uma das associações literárias do país, sendo as mais importantes Gart (proletária) 1923-25, Plug (camponesa) 1922-32, VAPLITE (nacionalistas de Hviylevoy), Aspanfut (futurismo de Semenko).[1]

Entre os escritores ucranianos integrantes do VAPLITE, destacam-se Mykola Khvylovy, Mykhailo Yalovy, Oles Dosvitny, Mikola Kuliş, Hryhorii Epik, Pavlo Tychyna, Petro Panch e Mykola Bazhan.[1]

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  1. a b c Historical dictionary of Ukraine. [S.l.]: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. 2013. ISBN 978-0810878457 

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