Slavonic and East European Review 56.3

Slavonic and East European Review 56.3

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

1 July 1978  •  160pp

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Contents:

321-328
Language: Polish Dialect Atlases as a Source for the Study of Lexico-Semantic Change
Vera Konnova
doi:10.2307/4207671
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329-345
History: The 'Mongolian Mission' of the London Missionary Society: An Episode in the History of Religion in the Russian Empire
David J. Williams
doi:10.2307/4207672
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346-359
The Editing Commissions of 1859-1860: Some Notes on Their Members' Backgrounds and Service Careers
W. Bruce Lincoln
doi:10.2307/4207673
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360-370
Alexander Herzen and the South Slav Liberation Movements of the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century: Some Observations and Comments
Monica Partridge
doi:10.2307/4207674
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371-386
Gustaf Mannerheim and Otto W. Kuusinen in Russia
Marvin Rintala, John H. Hodgson
doi:10.2307/4207675
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387-410
The Sovietization of the Jewish Community of Eastern Poland 1939-1941
B. C. Pinchuk
doi:10.2307/4207676
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411-426
Yugoslav-Soviet Relations 1939-1943 as Seen in British Sources
K. Pavlowitch
doi:10.2307/4207677
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427-430
Marginalia: Russian Loan-Words in Latvian
David G. Guild
doi:10.2307/4207678
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431-432
Review of I. Duridanov, Die Hydronymie des Vardarsystems als Geschichtsquelle
H. Leeming
doi:10.2307/4207679
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432-433
Review of A. V. Isačenko, Opera Selecta
A. E. Pennington
doi:10.2307/4207680
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433-434
Review of H. Šewc-Schuster, Gramatika hornjoserbskeje rěče. Volume 2: Syntaksa
Gerald Stone
doi:10.2307/4207681
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435-436
Review of Arnold B. McMillin, Die Literatur der Weissrussen: A History of Byelorussian Literature from Its Origins to the Present Day
Anthony Adamovich
doi:10.2307/4207682
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437
Review of Arne Novák, Peter Kussi, William E. Harkins, Czech Literature
R. B. Pynsent
doi:10.2307/4207683
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438-439
Review of Karel Krejčí, Česká literatura a kulturní proudy evropské
R. B. Pynsent
doi:10.2307/4207684
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439-440
Review of John Glad, Forum at Iowa on Russian Literature. Volume 1
Jane Grayson
doi:10.2307/4207685
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440-441
Review of Stewart R. Sutherland, Atheism and the Rejection of God: Contemporary Philosophy and The Brothers Karamazov
Richard Freeborn
doi:10.2307/4207686
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442-443
Review of George Ivask, Sobranie sočinenij K. Leont'eva
R. D. B. Thomson
doi:10.2307/4207687
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443
Review of V. V. Rozanov, Lyudi lunnogo sveta: Metafizika khristianstva
Donald Rayfield
doi:10.2307/4207688
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444-445
Review of Rochelle Heller Stone, Bolesław Leśmian: The Poet and His Poetry
Bogdan Czaykowski
doi:10.2307/4207689
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445-446
Review of Kiril Taranovsky, Essays on Mandel'štam
Diana Myers
doi:10.2307/4207690
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447
Review of Amanda Haight, Anna Akhmatova: A Poetic Pilgrimage
Dimitri Obolensky
doi:10.2307/4207691
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448-449
Review of Jane Grayson, Nabokov Translated: A Comparison of Nabokov's Russian and English Prose
Henry Gifford
doi:10.2307/4207692
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449-450
Review of Charles Rougle, Maksim Gor'kij, Aleksandr Blok, Vladimir Majakovskij, Three Russians Consider America: America in the Works of Maksim Gor'kij, Aleksandr Blok, and Vladimir Majakovskij
Julian Graffy
doi:10.2307/4207693
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451-452
Review of Krista Zach, Orthodoxe Kirche und rumänisches Volksbewusstsein im 15. bis 18. Jahrhundert
Dennis Deletant
doi:10.2307/4207694
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452-454
Review of Samuel H. Baron, Nancy W. Heer, Windows on the Russian Past: Essays on Soviet Historiography since Stalin
Paul Dukes
doi:10.2307/4207695
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455-456
Review of Joseph L. Wieczynski, The Russian Frontier: The Impact of Borderlands upon the Course of Early Russian History
R. A. French
doi:10.2307/4207696
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456-459
Review of Orest Subtelny, Ivan Mazepa, On the Eve of Poltava: The Letters of Ivan Mazepa to Adam Sieniawski, 1704-1708
L. R. Lewitter
doi:10.2307/4207697
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459-461
Review of Peter Brock, The Slovak National Awakening: An Essay in the Intellectual History of East Central Europe
Hugh Seton-Watson
doi:10.2307/4207698
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461-462
Review of Aleksandr Nikitenko, Helen Satz Jacobson, The Diary of a Russian Censor
Leonard Schapiro
doi:10.2307/4207699
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462-464
Review of W. Bruce Lincoln, Nikolai Miliutin: An Enlightened Russian Bureaucrat of the 19th Century
W. E. Mosse
doi:10.2307/4207700
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464-465
Review of Gy. Szabad, Hungarian Political Trends between the Revolution and the Compromise (1849-1867)
Alan Sked
doi:10.2307/4207701
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465-466
Review of Tibor Frank, The British Image of Hungary, 1865-1870
G. F. Cushing
doi:10.2307/4207702
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466-468
Review of Maureen Perrie, The Agrarian Policy of the Russian Socialist-Revolutionary Party from Its Origins through the Revolution of 1905-1907
Graeme Gill
doi:10.2307/4207703
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468-469
Review of , Von den baltischen Provinzen zu den baltischen Staaten: Beiträge zur Entstehungsgeschichte der Republiken Estland und Lettland, 1918-1920
David Kirby
doi:10.2307/4207704
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469-470
Review of Gabriel Gorodetsky, The Precarious Truce: Anglo-Soviet Relations, 1924-27
Harry Hanak
doi:10.2307/4207705
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471-472
Review of , Akten zur deutschen auswärtigen Politik, 1918-1945
F. L. Carsten
doi:10.2307/4207706
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472-473
Review of Ludmila Zhivkova, Anglo-Turkish Relations, 1933-1939
C. H. Dodd
doi:10.2307/4207707
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473-474
Review of Milovan Djilas, Michael B. Petrovich, Wartime
F. L. Carsten
doi:10.2307/4207708
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475-476
Review of Archie Brown, Jack Gray, Political Culture and Political Change in Communist States
Michael Waller
doi:10.2307/4207709
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476
Review of Rudolf Schlesinger, History of the Communist Party of USSR: Past and Present
Martin McCauley
doi:10.2307/4207710
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476-477
Review of Larissa Reissner, Richard Chappell, Hamburg at the Barricades and Other Writings on Weimar Germany
F. L. Carsten
doi:10.2307/4207711
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477-478
Review of T. Hnik, European Bibliography of Soviet, East European and Slavonic Studies
J. E. O. Screen
doi:10.2307/4207712
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478
Review of Garth M. Terry, Yugoslav Studies: An Annotated List of Basic Bibliographies and Reference Works
A. Ferguson
doi:10.2307/4207713
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