Slavonic and East European Review 100.3

Slavonic and East European Review 100.3

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

23 December 2022

ISBN: 978-1-839542-42-8 (paperback)

Access online: At Project MUSE


Contents:

401-421
‘Intentionality and Unintentionality in Art’: Jan Mukařovský’s ‘Pre-Post-Structuralism’, 1940–43
Jan Matonoha
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422-454
The Image of Africa in Contemporary Serbian Literature
Miloš Todorović
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455-478
‘A Tree Reaching Out for the Sky in Despair’: Intertextuality, Memory and Trauma in Sofia Andrukhovych’s Amadoka
Yuliya Kazanova
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479-503
Self-Starvation and Self-Entombment in Russian Old Believer Practice from 1666 to 1897
Maureen Perrie
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504-527
Topographies of Protest in the Russian Revolution of 1905
George Gilbert
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528-530
Review of Viktor Moisiienko (ed.), Bohoslovs’kyi traktat Kyryla Trankviliona Stavrovets’koho ‘Zertsalo bohosloviї’ (Pochaїv 1618): Faksymil’ne vydannia, transliteratsiia tekstu i naukove doslidzhennia
Andrii Danylenko
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530-533
Review of Raluca Bianca Roman, Sofiya Zahova and Aleksandar G. Marinov (ed.), Roma Writings: Romani Literature and Press in Central, South-Eastern and Eastern Europe from the 19th Century until World War II
Tomasz Kamusella
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533-535
Review of Margarita Vaysman, Self-Conscious Realism: Metafiction and the Nineteenth-Century Russian Novel
Derek Offord
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535-537
Review of Chloë Kitzinger, Mimetic Lives: Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, and Character in the Novel
Denis A. Zhernokleyev
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537-539
Review of Rebecca Beasley, Russomania: Russian Culture and the Creation of British Modernism, 1881–1922
Tatiana Kuzmic
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539-541
Review of Maria Rubins (ed.), Redefining Russian Literary Diaspora, 1920–2020
Yuri Leving
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541-542
Review of Ewa Stańczyk, Comics and Nation: Power, Pop Culture, and Political Transformation in Poland
M. Jutkiewicz
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543-544
Review of Zhuzha Kheteni, Sdvigi: Uzory prozy Nabokova
O. Voronina
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544-547
Review of Marie Bouchet, Julie Loison-Charles and Isabelle Poulin (ed.), The Five Senses in Nabokov’s Works
Barbara Wyllie
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547-549
Review of Stanley Bill, Czesław Miłosz’s Faith in the Flesh: Body, Belief, and Human Identity
Magdalena Kay
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549-551
Review of Aleksandra Kremer, The Sound of Modern Polish Poetry: Performance and Recording after World War II
E. M. Stańczyk
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551-553
Review of Jill Martiniuk, Wandering in Circles: Venichka’s Journey of Redemption in ‘Moskva-Petushki’
Tatiana Krasilnikova
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553-554
Review of Svetlana Shnitman-McMillin, Venedikt Erofeev: ‘Moskva-Petushki’, ili The Rest is Silence
David Gillespie
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554-557
Review of Iurii Leving, Iosif Brodskii v Rime. Tom 1: Putevoditelˊ; Tom 2: Poeziia, Proza, Grafika; Tom. 3: Trudy i Dni
Zakhar Ishov
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557-559
Review of Sofya Khagi (ed.), Companion to Victor Pelevin
S. Dalton-Brown
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559-561
Review of Andrew Spira, Foreshadowed: Malevich’s ‘Black Square’ and Its Precursors
Christina Lodder
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561-562
Review of Graham Griffiths (ed.), Stravinsky in Context
Philip Bullock
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562-564
Review of Amanda DiGioia, Duelling, the Russian Cultural Imagination, and Masculinity in Crisis
Masha Kisel
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564-566
Review of Alison K. Smith, Cabbage and Caviar: A History of Food in Russia
Angela Brintlinger
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566-568
Review of Suzanna Ivanič, Cosmos and Materiality in Early Modern Prague
Eleanor Janega
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568-570
Review of Julia Herzberg, Andreas Renner and Ingrid Schierle (ed.), The Russian Cold: Histories of Ice, Frost, and Snow
Matthew P. Romaniello
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570-572
Review of Aija Taimiņa (ed.), Garlieb Merkel (1769–1850) — Man, Thinker, Myth. Latvijas Nacionālā Bibliotēka Zinātniskie Raksti/Transactions of the National Library of Latvia ed. by Māra Grudule, and: Garlībs Merķelis: Rokraksti – Seniespieddarbi – Grafikas darbi/Garlieb Merkel: Handsc
Roger Bartlett
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573-575
Review of Steven Fisher, Into Russia’s Cauldron: An American Vision, Undone. The Newly Revealed Century-Old Eyewitness Journal of Leighton W. Rogers
Charlotte Alston
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575-576
Review of Charters Wynn, The Moderate Bolshevik: Mikhail Tomsky from the Factory to the Kremlin, 1880–1936
Ian D. Thatcher
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577-579
Review of Ian D. Armour, A History of Eastern Europe 1918 to the Present: Modernisation, Ideology and Nationality
Igor Lukes
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580-582
Review of Maria Bucur, The Nation’s Gratitude: World War I and Citizenship Rights in Interwar Romania
Ștefan Cristian Ionescu
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583-585
Review of Allen J. Frank, God Save the USSR: Soviet Muslims and the Second World War by Jeff Eden, and: Kazakh Muslims in the Red Army, 1939–1945
Marianne Kamp
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585-587
Review of Vladislav M. Zubok, Collapse: The Fall of the Soviet Union
Kaspar Pucek
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588-589
Review of Paul D’Anieri, Ukraine and Russia: From Civilized Divorce to Uncivil War
Simone Attilio Bellezza
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589-591
Review of Piotr Twardzisz, Defining ‘Eastern Europe’: A Semantic Inquiry into Political Terminology
Simon Lewis
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591-593
Review of Redi Koobak, Madina Tlostanova and Suruchi Thapar-Björkert (ed.), Postcolonial and Postsocialist Dialogues: Intersections, Opacities, Challenges in Feminist Theorizing and Practice
P. Watson
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594-597
Publications Received
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