Slavonic and East European Review 99.1

Slavonic and East European Review 99.1

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

  29 January 2021

ISBN: 978-1-781886-23-6 (paperback)

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This issue of Slavonic and East European Review features a special section entitled ‘Rethinking Dostoevskii’.

Contents:

1-30
The Languages of Village Governments in the Eastern Stretches of Dualist Hungary: Rights and Practices
Ágoston Berecz
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31-40
Rethinking Dostoevskii: Literature, Philosophy, Narrative
Bilal Siddiqi, Sarah J. Young
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41-70
The Dark Side of Dialogue: Dostoevskian Provocation and the Provocateurs Karamazov
Lynn Ellen Patyk
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71-97
Dostoevskii, the Feuilleton and the Confession
Denis Zhernokleyev
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98-123
Dostoevskii's Forgotten Children: Lost Babies and Baby Loss in The Adolescent
Muireann Maguire
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124-154
Dostoevskii and the Birth of the Conscientious Terrorist: From the Underground Man to Underground Russia
Vadim Shkolnikov
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155-157
Professor Neil Cornwell (1942–2020)
Derek Offord
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158-160
Review of Guay, Robert, Dostoevsky's ‘Crime and Punishment’: Philosophical Perspectives
Oliver Ready
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160-162
Review of Knapp, Liza, Zorin, Andrei, Leo Tolstoy: A Very Short Introduction
Donna Tussing Orwin
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162-165
Review of Lappo-Danilevskii, K. Iu., Zav'ialov, S. A., Alkei i Safo. Sobranie pesen i liricheskikh otryvkov v perevode razmerami podlinnikov Viacheslava Ivanova so vstupitel'nym ocherkom ego zhe
Pamela Davidson
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165-167
Review of Dobrenko, Evgeny, Jesse M. Savage, Late Stalinism: The Aesthetics of Politics
O. Voronina
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167-169
Review of Tempest, Richard, Overwriting Chaos: Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's Fictive Worlds
Georges Nivat
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170-171
Review of Uffelmann, Dirk, Vladimir Sorokin's Discourses: A Companion
David Gillespie
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172-174
Review of Aquilina, Stefan, Modern Theatre in Russia: Tradition Building and Transmission Processes
Nick Worrall
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174-176
Review of Seinen, Nathan, Prokofiev's Soviet Operas
Philip Bullock
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176-177
Review of Rywiková, Daniela, Speculum Mortis: The Image of Death in Late Medieval Bohemian Painting
Eleanor Janega
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177-180
Review of Kaplunovsky, Alexander, Kusber, Jan, Conrad, Benjamin, The Enigmatic Tsar and His Empire: Russia under Alexander I. 1801–1825
Patrick O'Meara
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180-183
Review of Baumgart, Winfried, Tate, Trudi, The Crimean War: 1853–1856
T. G. Otte
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183-184
Review of Brumfield, William Craft, Journeys through the Russian Empire: The Photographic Legacy of Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky
Michael Hughes
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185-186
Review of Myklebost, Kari Aga, Nielsen, Jens Petter, Rogatchevski, Andrei, The Russian Revolutions of 1917: The Northern Impact and Beyond
L. G. Novikova
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187-188
Review of Subotić, Jelena, Yellow Star, Red Star: Holocaust Remembrance after Communism
Dragana Prvulovic
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189-190
Review of Tateo, Giuseppe, Under the Sign of the Cross: The People's Salvation Cathedral and the Church-Building Industry in Postsocialist Romania
Dennis Deletant
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191-192
Review of Trecker, Max, Red Money for the Global South: East-South Economic Relations in the Cold War
George Bodie
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193-194
Review of Hanson, Philip, Hendon-Moscow-Dorset: A Memoir (and Birmingham)
Stephen D. Shenfield
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198-199
Abstracts
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