Slavonic and East European Review 99.2

Slavonic and East European Review 99.2

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

  23 April 2021

ISBN: 978-1-781886-26-7 (paperback)

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Contents:

201-229
Anti-Establishment Language Humour and Creativity in the Czech-Speaking Lands, 1938 to 1989
Tom Dickins
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230-255
Geocritical Readings of Romanian Literature: Maps and Cartography in Rebreanu's Canonical Fiction
Alina Bako
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256-286
Peasants and Landlords: Memory of the Post-War Gentry's Expropriation in Poland
Anna Wylegała
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287-316
Fanfare in a Void: The Cult of Heydər Әliyev in Contemporary Azerbaijan
David Fletcher
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317-334
Marginalia: ‘You Should Have Heard Him in Hungarian’: Aspects of Lajos Kossuth's English Oratory
Peter Sherwood
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335-337
Review of Blaisdell, Bob, Creating Anna Karenina: Tolstoy and the Birth of Literature's Most Enigmatic Heroine
Muireann Maguire
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337-339
Review of Coates, Ruth, Deification in Russian Religious Thought: Between the Revolutions, 1905–1917
Patrick Lally Michelson
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339-340
Review of Spektor, Alexander, Reader as Accomplice: Narrative Ethics in Dostoevsky and Nabokov
Dana Dragunoiu
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341-342
Review of Diment, Galya, H. G. Wells and All Things Russian
Philip Bullock
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342-344
Review of Soboleva, Olga, Wrenn, Angus, From Orientalism to Cultural Capital: The Myth of Russia in British Literature of the 1920s
Tatiana Kuzmic
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344-346
Review of Goodwin, Elena, Translating England into Russian: The Politics of Children's Literature in the Soviet Union and Modern Russia
Susanna Weygandt
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346-347
Review of Shraer [Shrayer], Maksim D., Antisemitizm i upadok russkoi derevenskoi prozy. Astaf'ev, Belov, Rasputin
David Gillespie
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348-350
Review of Jones, Polly, Revolution Rekindled: The Writers and Readers of Late Soviet Biography
Martin Dewhirst
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351-352
Review of Moody, Ivan, Medić, Ivana, Orthodoxy, Music, Politics and Art in Russia and Eastern Europe
R. L. Gillies
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353-354
Review of McAllister, Rita, Guillaumier, Christina, Rethinking Prokofiev
Arnold McMillin
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355-358
Review of Sonevytsky, Maria, Hansen, Arve, Rogatchevski, Andrei, Steinholt, Yngvar, Wickström, David-Emil, Wild Music: Sound and Sovereignty in Ukraine
I. Shuvalova
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359-360
Review of Cowen, Eleanor, Animation Behind the Iron Curtain: A Guide to Animated Films from Russia and Eastern Bloc Countries During the Cold War Era
Laura Pontieri
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360-362
Review of Curtis, J. A. E., New Drama in Russian: Performance, Politics and Protest in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus
Nick Worrall
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362-365
Review of Świątek, Adam, Gente Rutheni, Natione Poloni: The Ruthenians of Polish Nationality in Habsburg Galicia
Andrii Danylenko
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365-367
Review of Gorshkov, Boris, Peasants in Russia from Serfdom to Stalin: Accommodation, Survival, Resistance
Steven Nafziger
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367-369
Review of Connelly, John, From People into Nations: A History of Eastern Europe
Paweł Markiewicz
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369-371
Review of Berecz, Ágoston, Empty Signs, Historical Imaginaries: The Entangled Nationalization of Names and Naming in a Late Habsburg Borderland
Joachim Von Puttkamer
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371-373
Review of Lorman, Thomas, The Making of the Slovak People's Party: Religion, Nationalism and the Culture War in Early 20th-Century Europe
Susan Mikula
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373-374
Review of Andersen, Andrew, Georgia and the International Treaties of 1918–1921
Beka Kobakhidze
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375-376
Review of Demshuk, Andrew, Bowling for Communism: Urban Ingenuity at the End of East Germany
Udo Grashoff
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376-378
Review of McKinney, Judith, Russian Women and the End of Soviet Socialism: Everyday Experiences of Economic Change
Melanie Ilic
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378-380
Review of Weiss-Wendt, Anton, Putin's Russia and the Falsification of History: Reasserting Control over the Past
Pål Kolstø
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380-384
Review of Polonsky, Antony, Węgrzynek, Hanna, Żbikowski, Andrzej, Lehrer, Erica, Michael Meng, New Directions in the History of the Jews in the Polish Lands
Katarzyna Zechenter
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384-390
Review of Kovács, János Mátyás, Trencsényi, Balázs, Brave New Hungary: Mapping the ‘System of National Cooperation’
Ian D. Armour
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390-392
Review of Kalmus, Veronika, Lauristin, Marju, Opermann, Signe, Vihalemm, Triin, Researching Estonian Transformation: Morphogenetic Reflections
Andrea M. Maccarini
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393-394
Review of Milutinović, Zoran, The Rebirth of Area Studies: Challenges for History, Politics and International Relations in the 21st Century
Ayşe Zarakol
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