Slavonic and East European Review 66.4

Slavonic and East European Review 66.4

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

1 October 1988  •  175pp

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Contents:

505-525
Literature: The Pushkin Celebrations of 1880: The Conflict of Ideals and Ideologies
D. W. Martin
doi:10.2307/4209842
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526-552
The Road to Yasnaya Polyana: Some Pilgrims from Britain and Their Reminiscences
R. F. Christian
doi:10.2307/4209843
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553-563
Okudzhava Marches On
Grahame Smith
doi:10.2307/4209844
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564-592
History: Russia and the Franco-Russian Alliance, 1905-14: Dependence or Interdependence?
D. W. Spring
doi:10.2307/4209845
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593-624
The Bolsheviks and the Peasantry: The Land Question during the First Eight Months of Soviet Rule
John Channon
doi:10.2307/4209846
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625-630
Marginalia: Russian Dream Books and Lady Macbeth's Cat
Faith Wigzell
doi:10.2307/4209847
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631-633
Review of Josef Dohnal, Basic Course in Czech; Stanislav Kavka, An Outline of Modern Czech Grammar; Miroslav Komárek, Mluvnice češtiny II: Tvarosloví
David Short
doi:10.2307/4209848
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633-636
Review of Jerry Payne, Colloquial Hungarian
Peter Sherwood
doi:10.2307/4209849
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636-637
Review of Alek Pohl, A. de Vincenz, Deutsch-polnische Sprachkontakte: Beiträge zur gleichnamigen Tagung 10.-13. April 1984 in Göttingen
Gerald Stone
doi:10.2307/4209850
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637-638
Review of Serge Aslanoff, Manuel typographique du russiste
Raymond Scrivens
doi:10.2307/4209851
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638-639
Review of Henrik Heger, J. Matillon, Les Croates et la civilisation du livre
C. A. Simpson
doi:10.2307/4209852
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639-640
Review of Constantin V. Ponomareff, On the Dark Side of Russian Literature, 1709-1910
Richard Freeborn
doi:10.2307/4209853
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640-641
Review of Ilona Kovács, Début et fin des lumières en Hongrie, en Europe centrale et en Europe orientale
G. F. Cushing
doi:10.2307/4209854
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641-642
Review of Nils Åke Nilsson, Peter A. Jensen, Barbara Lönnqvist, Fiona Björling, Lars Kleberg, Anders Sjöberg, Text and Context. Essays to Honor Nils Åke Nilsson
Catriona Kelly
doi:10.2307/4209855
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642-643
Review of Anna Lisa Crone, Catherine V. Chvany, New Studies in Russian Language and Literature
Michael Basker
doi:10.2307/4209856
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643-644
Review of Nils Åke Nilsson, The Slavic Literatures and Modernism. A Nobel Symposium 5-8 August 1985
Michael Pursglove
doi:10.2307/4209857
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644-645
Review of Valentine Tschebotarioff Bill, Chekhov: The Silent Voice of Freedom
R. A. Peace
doi:10.2307/4209858
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645-646
Review of E. J. Czerwinski, Slavic and East European Arts. Volume 4, Nos. 1 and 2
Arnold McMillin
doi:10.2307/4209859
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646-647
Review of Nicholas Luker, Fifty Years On: Gorky and His Time
Arch Tait
doi:10.2307/4209860
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647-648
Review of Andrew Barratt, Between Two Worlds: A Critical Introduction to The Master and Margarita
Julie Curtis
doi:10.2307/4209861
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648-649
Review of Julie A. E. Curtis, Bulgakov's Last Decade. The Writer as Hero
Andrew Barratt
doi:10.2307/4209862
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649-650
Review of Angelika Meyer, "Sestra moja: žizn'" von Boris Pasternak. Analyse und Interpretation
Angela Livingstone
doi:10.2307/4209863
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650-651
Review of Judith Herrin, The Formation of Christendom
Dimitri Obolensky
doi:10.2307/4209864
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651-652
Review of S. B. Vardy, Géza Grosschmid, Leslie S. Domonkos, Louis the Great: King of Hungary and Poland
Martyn Rady
doi:10.2307/4209865
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652-653
Review of Nancy Shields Kollmann, Kinship and Politics. The Making of the Muscovite Political System, 1345-1547
Lindsey Hughes
doi:10.2307/4209866
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653-654
Review of Maureen Perrie, The Image of Ivan the Terrible in Russian Folklore
Elizabeth Warner
doi:10.2307/4209867
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655
Review of Ivan Pososhkov, A. P. Vlasto, L. R. Lewitter, The Book of Poverty and Wealth
Paul Dukes
doi:10.2307/4209868
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656
Review of E. F. D. Roberts, The Caledonian Phalanx. The Scots in Russia
Lindsey Hughes
doi:10.2307/4209869
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657
Review of Imre Vörös, Lettre à Mr. de Voltaire ou Plainte d'un Hongrois (1764)
G. F. Cushing
doi:10.2307/4209870
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657-659
Review of Robert H. McNeal, Tsar and Cossack, 1855-1914
W. G. Wagner
doi:10.2307/4209871
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659-660
Review of Catherine Andreyev, Vlasov and the Russian Liberation Movement: Soviet Reality and Emigré Theories
Peter J. S. Duncan
doi:10.2307/4209872
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660
Review of Jacques Aumont, Montage Eisenstein
Richard Taylor
doi:10.2307/4209873
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661-662
Review of Hans-Joachim Veen, From Brezhnev to Gorbachev: Domestic Affairs and Soviet Foreign Policy
Martin McCauley
doi:10.2307/4209874
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662-663
Review of C. Arvidsson, L. E. Blomqvist, Symbols of Power. The Esthetics of Political Legitimation in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe
Stephen Welch
doi:10.2307/4209875
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663-664
Review of Fabian Vaksman, Ideological Struggle: A Study in the Principles of Operation of the Soviet Politics Mechanism
Rachel Walker
doi:10.2307/4209876
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664-665
Review of Thomas G. Hart, Sino-Soviet Relations. Re-Examining the Prospects for Normalization
Roy Allison
doi:10.2307/4209877
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665-666
Review of Stephen Shenfield, The Nuclear Predicament. Explorations in Soviet Ideology
Joel S. Hellman
doi:10.2307/4209878
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667
Review of Gisela Niggemann, Untersuchungen zur Nominalkomposition im Tschechischen. Vom Alttschechischen bis zum 17. Jahrhundert
David Short
doi:10.2307/4209879
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667-668
Review of Franc Rajš, Stawizny Domowiny we słowje a wobrazu
Gerald Stone
doi:10.2307/4209880
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668
Review of , Stanford Slavic Studies, Volume 1
Arnold McMillin
doi:10.2307/4209881
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668-669
Review of N. M. Lary, Dostoevsky and Soviet Film. Visions of Demonic Realism
Richard Taylor
doi:10.2307/4209882
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