Slavonic and East European Review 79.1

Slavonic and East European Review 79.1

Modern Humanities Research Association and the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London

1 January 2001  •  200pp

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Contents:

1-14
Literature: Stanisław Kostka Potocki: The First Polish Literary Critic by Profession?
Jan IJ. Van Der Meer
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15-30
Tiutchev and Amalie von Lerchenfeld: Some Unpublished Documents
John Dewey
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31-50
Russian Literary Postmodernism in the 1990s
Mark Lipovetsky
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51-89
History: Utraquism's Curious Welcome to Luther and the Candlemas Day Articles of 1524
Zdenêěk V. David
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90-126
A Wager on the Peasantry: Anti-Zemstvo Riots, Adult Education and the Russian Village during World War One: Stavropol' Province
Scott J. Seregny
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127-141
Yugoslav Anti-Axis Resistance, 1939-1941: The Case of Vane Ivanović
Dejan Djokić
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142-143
Review of John Murray, Sarah Smyth, Basic Russian: A Grammar and Workbook
M. A. Felstead
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144-145
Review of Olga Peters Hasty, Pushkin's Tat'iana
D. M. Pursglove
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145-147
Review of Neil Cornwell, Vladimir Odoevskii and Romantic Poetics: Collected Essays
Robert Reid
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147-148
Review of Joanna Kot, Distance Manipulation: The Russian Modernist Search for a New Drama
Nick Worrall
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148-149
Review of Boris Slutsky, G. S. Smith, Things That Happened
Arnold McMillin
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150-151
Review of Julian W. Connolly, Nabokov and His Fiction: New Perspectives
Barbara Wyllie
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151-152
Review of Arnold McMillin, Belarusian Literature in the 1950s and 1960s: Release and Renewal
Friedrich Scholz
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152-154
Review of Ian K. Lilly, Henrietta Mondry, Russian Literature in Transition
Elizabeth Skomp
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154-155
Review of David Rigsbee, Styles of Ruin: Joseph Brodsky and the Postmodernist Elegy
Ian K. Lilly
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156-157
Review of Ivo Goldstein, Nikolina Jovanović, Croatia: A History
Charles King
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157-159
Review of W. F. Ryan, The Bathhouse at Midnight: An Historical Survey of Magic and Divination in Russia
Faith Wigzell
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159-160
Review of Jerzy Lukowski, The Partitions of Poland 1772, 1793, 1795
Robert I. Frost
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160-162
Review of Douglas Smith, Working the Rough Stone: Freemasonry in Eighteenth Century Russia
Isabel de Madariaga
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162-163
Review of Osmo Jussila, Seppo Hentilä, Jukka Nevakivi, David Arter, Eva-Kaisa Arter, From Grand Duchy to a Modern State: A Political History of Finland since 1809
J. E. O. Screen
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163-165
Review of Shane O'Rourke, Warriors and Peasants: The Don Cossacks in Late Imperial Russia
Philip Longworth
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165-166
Review of Yanni Kotsonis, Making Peasants Backward: Agricultural Cooperatives and the Agrarian Question in Russia, 1861-1914
David Moon
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167-168
Review of Peter Gatrell, A Whole Empire Walking: Refugees in Russia during World War I
Wendy Slater
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168-170
Review of Daniel Peris, Storming the Heavens: The Soviet League of the Militant Godless
Felix Corley
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170-172
Review of Douglas R. Weiner, A Little Corner of Freedom: Russian Nature Protection from Stalin to Gorbachev
A. K. Tickle
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173-178
Review of Timothy Garton Ash, History of the Present: Essays, Sketches and Despatches from Europe in the 1990s
László Péter
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178-181
Review of John Keane, Václav Havel. A Political Tragedy in Six Acts
R. B. Pynsent
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181-182
Review of Frances Millard, Polish Politics and Society
Paul G. Lewis
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183-184
Review of Quintin Hoare, Noel Malcolm, Books on Bosnia
Ellen T. Comisso
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184-185
Review of Bohdan Nahaylo, The Ukrainian Resurgence
K. Wolczuk
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185-187
Review of Rein Taagepera, The Finno-Ugric Republic and the Russian State
Raymond Pearson
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187-189
Review of Thane Gustafson, Capitalism Russian-Style
J. L. Porket
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189-190
Review of Pål Kolstø, Nation-Building and Ethnic Integration in Post-Soviet Societies: An Investigation of Latvia and Kazakhstan
Bhavna Dave
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191-192
Review of Dov Lynch, Russian Peacekeeping Strategies in the CIS. The Cases of Moldova, Georgia and Tajikistan
Margaret Smith
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192-194
Review of Geoffrey Pridham, Tom Gallagher, Experimenting with Democracy: Regime Change in the Balkans
Dejan Djokić
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