Slavonic and East European Review 84.4

Slavonic and East European Review 84.4

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

1 October 2006  •  214pp

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Contents:

593-638
Language: Russian and Soviet Loanwords and Calques in the Czech Lexicon since the Beginning of the Twentieth Century
Tom Dickins
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639-665
Literature: "Novyi Satirikon," 1914-1918: The Patriotic Laughter of the Russian Liberal Intelligentsia during the First World War and the Revolution
Lesley Milne
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666-707
History: Russian Rule in Turkestan and the Example of British India, c. 1860-1917
Alexander Morrison
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708-728
Courts of Honour in the Late Imperial Russian Army
Philip Robinson
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729-742
Review Article: (Not) 'Taking Fascist Values Seriously'
Rebecca Ann Haynes
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743-746
Review of Michael Moser, Das Ukrainische als Kirchensprache. (Ukrains'ka mova v tserkvakh)
Andrii Danylenko
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746-748
Review of Andreas Johns, Baba Yaga: The Ambiguous Mother and Witch of the Russian Folktale
Faith Wigzell
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748-751
Review of Andrei Shishkin, Vjačeslav Ivanov: poesia e sacra scrittura. Europa Orientalis, 21, 2002, 1: 2
Avril Pyman
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752
Review of Simon Cosgrove, Russian Nationalism and the Politics of Soviet Literature: The Case of 'Nash sovremennik', 1981-91
Stephen D. Shenfield
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752-754
Review of Peter Hames, The Czechoslovak New Wave
Cesar Ballester
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754-755
Review of Daryl W. Palmer, Writing Russia in the Age of Shakespeare
A. G. Cross
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755-758
Review of Evgeny Dobrenko, Eric Naiman, The Landscape of Stalinism: The Art and Ideology of Soviet Space
Lindsey Hughes
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758-759
Review of Victor Giroud, St. Petersburg: A Portrait of a Great City
Denis J. B. Shaw
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759-760
Review of Maria Bogucka, Baltic Commerce and Urban Society, 1500-1700: Gdansk/Danzig and Its Polish Context
K. Friedrich
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761-762
Review of Andreas Kappeler, Die Geschichte Russlands im 16. und 17. Jahrhundert aus der Perspektive seiner Regionen
Paul Dukes
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762-763
Review of Wendy Rosslyn, Women and Gender in 18th-Century Russia
Joe Andrew
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764-765
Review of Sergei Erlikh, Rossiia koldunov
Patrick O'Meara
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765-768
Review of Abraham Ascher, The Revolution of 1905: A Short History
Matthew Rendle
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768-770
Review of Derek Watson, Molotov: A Biography
Philip Boobbyer
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770-772
Review of Robert O. Paxton, The Anatomy of Fascism
Rebecca Ann Haynes
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772-773
Review of Richard C. Lukas, Forgotten Survivors: Polish Christians Remember the Nazi Occupation
Isabel Wollaston
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773-776
Review of Serhy Yekelchyk, Stalin's Empire of Memory: Russian-Ukrainian Relations in the Soviet Historical Imagination
Judith Devlin
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776-777
Review of Elena Dundovich, Francesca Gori, Emanuela Guercetti, Reflections on the GULag: With a Documentary Appendix on the Italian Victims of Repression in the USSR
Martin Dewhirst
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777-779
Review of Detlef Pollack, Jan Wielgohs, Dissent and Opposition in Communist Eastern Europe: Origins of Civil Society and Democratic Transition
George Sanford
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779-781
Review of Nick Bisley, The End of the Cold War and the Causes of Soviet Collapse
Mike Bowker
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781-783
Review of Richard Sakwa, Putin: Russia's Choice
John P. Willerton
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784-786
Review of Frank Schimmelfennig, Sedelmeier Ulrich, The Europeanization of Central and Eastern Europe
T. Haughton
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786-789
Review of Jeanne L. Wilson, Strategic Partners: Russian-Chinese Relations in the Post-Soviet Era
David Kerr
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789-790
Review of Emmanuel Karagiannis, Energy and Security in the Caucasus
Charles Woolfson
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790-792
Review of Graeme P. Herd, Jennifer D. P. Moroney, Security Dynamics in the Former Soviet Bloc
Derek Averre
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