Slavonic and East European Review 76.3

Slavonic and East European Review 76.3

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

1 July 1998  •  200pp

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Contents:

401-440
History: 'The Ennobling Illusion': The Public Library Movement in Late Imperial Russia
Mary Stuart
doi:10.2307/4212684
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441-466
Political Symbols and Rituals of the Russian Radical Right, 1900-1914
Heinz-Dietrich Löwe
doi:10.2307/4212685
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467-483
Literature: Narrative and Social Drama in Adam Mickiewicz's "Pan Tadeusz"
Roman Koropeckyj
doi:10.2307/4212686
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484-493
Document: Professor Thomas Newberry's Letter from St Petersburg, 1766, on the Grand Carousel and Other Matters
A. G. Cross, Thomas Newberry
doi:10.2307/4212687
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494-528
Review Articles: The Centenary of Sergei Esenin: A Survey of Publications
Gordon McVay
doi:10.2307/4212688
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529-537
Economic Theory and Economic Reality
J. L. Porket
doi:10.2307/4212689
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538-539
Review of Jože Stabej, Slovensko-latinski slovar po: Matija Kastelec: Gregor Vorenc, Dictionarium Latino-Carniolicum (1680-1710)
H. Leeming
doi:10.2307/4212690
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539-540
Review of Imke Mendoza, Zur Koordination im Russischen: И, a, und бa als pragmatische Konnektoren
Veronica Du Feu
doi:10.2307/4212691
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540-541
Review of Florence Maurice, Der modale Infinitiv in der modernen russischen Standardsprache
Veronica Du Feu
doi:10.2307/4212692
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541-543
Review of Dmytro Čyževs'kyj, Dolly Ferguson, Doreen Gorsline, Ulana Petyk, George S. N. Luckyj, A History of Ukrainian Literature (From the 11th to the End of the 19th Century)
Oleh S. Ilnytzkyj
doi:10.2307/4212693
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543-545
Review of Grigory Kaganov, Images of Space. St Petersburg in the Visual and Verbal Arts
Jeremy Howard
doi:10.2307/4212694
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545-546
Review of I. Avramets, Klassitsizm i Modernizm. Sbornik Statei
Joe Andrew
doi:10.2307/4212695
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546-547
Review of John Bayley, Leo Tolstoy
Arnold McMillin
doi:10.2307/4212696
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547-549
Review of Bärbel Šemjatova, Sologubs Schopenhauerrezeption und ihre Bedeutung für die Motivgestaltung in seinen Erzählungen
Jason Merrill
doi:10.2307/4212697
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549-551
Review of Alexander Ivashkin, Alfred Schnittke
Arnold McMillin
doi:10.2307/4212698
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551-553
Review of Zahava Szász Stessel, Wine and Thorns in Tokay Valley: Jewish Life in Hungary. The History of Abaújszántó
Nancy M. Wingfield
doi:10.2307/4212699
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553-555
Review of Raymond Hutchings, Historical Dictionary of Albania
Michael Kaser
doi:10.2307/4212700
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556-557
Review of Andrew Wilson, Ukrainian Nationalism in the 1990s: A Minority Faith
J. Birch
doi:10.2307/4212701
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557-559
Review of Vesa Saarikoski, Keskustajääkäi Aarne Sihvo. Näkökulma aseellisen voiman ja yhteiskunnan vuorovaikutukseen itsenäistymisen murroksesta paasikiviläiseen toiseen tasavaltaan
J. E. O. Screen
doi:10.2307/4212702
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559-560
Review of Erkki Vasara, Valkoisen Suomen urheilevat soturit: Suojeluskuntajärjestön urheilu- ja kasvatustoiminta vuosina 1918-1939
J. E. O. Screen
doi:10.2307/4212703
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560-562
Review of Klaus Hildebrand, Das vergangene Reich. Deutsche Außenpolitik von Bismarck bis Hitler 1871-1945
Tim Kirk
doi:10.2307/4212704
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562-563
Review of Helmut Altrichter, Rußland 1917: Ein Land auf der Suche nach sich selbst
Christopher Read
doi:10.2307/4212705
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563-565
Review of Stalin, Lars T. Lih, Oleg V. Naumov, Oleg V. Khlevniuk, Catherine A. Fitzpatrick, Stalin's Letters to Molotov, 1925-1936
Derek Watson
doi:10.2307/4212706
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565-566
Review of Sarah Davies, Popular Opinion in Stalin's Russia. Terror, Propaganda and Dissent, 1934-1941
Richard Taylor
doi:10.2307/4212707
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566-567
Review of E. A. Rees, Decision-Making in the Stalinist Command Economy 1932-37
Christopher Read
doi:10.2307/4212708
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568-569
Review of Ian Kershaw, Moshe Lewin, Stalinism and Nazism: Dictatorships in Comparison
A. Umland
doi:10.2307/4212709
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569-571
Review of Francesca Gori, Silvio Pons, The Soviet Union and Europe in the Cold War, 1943-53
Malcolm MacKintosh
doi:10.2307/4212710
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571-572
Review of Dale R. Herspring, Russian Civil-Military Relations
J. Birch
doi:10.2307/4212711
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572-574
Review of Ariel Cohen, Russian Imperialism: Development and Crisis
A. Umland
doi:10.2307/4212712
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574-575
Review of Clive Jones, Soviet Jewish Aliyah, 1989-92: Impact and Implications for Israel and the Middle East
John D. Klier
doi:10.2307/4212713
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576
Review of Hans Rothe, Silke Spieler, Die Albertus-Universität zu Königsberg. Höhepunkt und Bedeutung. Vorträge aus Anlaß der 450. Wiederkehr ihrer Gründung
David Kirby
doi:10.2307/4212714
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576-578
Review of Jeffrey D. Sachs, Katharina Pistor, The Rule of Law and Economic Reform in Russia
Johan Bäckman
doi:10.2307/4212715
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578-579
Review of Thomas Hauth, Valerij Perelešin, Russian Literary and Ecclesiastical Life in Manchuria and China from 1920 to 1952. Unpublished Memoirs of Valerij Perelešin
Grahame Smith
doi:10.2307/4212716
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579-581
Review of Jacques Lévesque, The Enigma of 1989: The USSR and the Liberation of Eastern Europe
Raymond Pearson
doi:10.2307/4212717
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581-583
Review of Arup Banerji, Merchants and Markets in Revolutionary Russia, 1917-30
Thomas C. Owen
doi:10.2307/4212718
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583-584
Review of Mary Buckley, Post-Soviet Women: From the Baltic to Central Asia
Anne White
doi:10.2307/4212719
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584-586
Review of V. Stanley Vardys, Judith B. Sedaitis, Lithuania: The Rebel Nation
David J. Smith
doi:10.2307/4212720
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586-588
Review of Reneo Lukic, Allen Lynch, Europe from the Balkans to the Urals: The Disintegration of Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union
J. H. Headley
doi:10.2307/4212721
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588-590
Review of Marju Lauristin, Peeter Vihalemm, Karl Erik Rosengren, Lennart Weibull, Return to the Western World: Cultural and Political Perspectives on the Estonian Post-Communist Transition
Mel Huang
doi:10.2307/4212722
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590-592
Review of Martin Rein, Barry L. Friedman, Andreas Wörgötter, Enterprise and Social Benefits after Communism
T. M. Mickiewicz
doi:10.2307/4212723
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592-594
Review of Herbert Brucker, Privatization in East Germany. A Neo-Institutional Analysis
T. M. Mickiewicz
doi:10.2307/4212724
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