"Motrya" is a novel by the Ukrainian writer Bohdan Lepky, published in 1938. The book tells the story of the life of the main character Motra, a simple peasant from a small Ukrainian village. She is forced to face difficult trials and tribulations that put her on the verge of survival. Motrya is a strong and resilient woman who resists circumstances and failures. She dreams of a better life for her children and herself, and tries to find a way out of difficult situations. The novel explores the injustice and social problems of the village, shedding light on the lives of ordinary people and their struggle for dignity and happiness. "Motrya" is characterized by deep psychological insight and vivid images of the characters. The book shows how willpower and determination can help overcome life's difficulties and find inner freedom. "Motrya" is a work that addresses the eternal questions of justice, self-sacrifice and the struggle for a better future.