Slavonic and East European Review 78.2

Slavonic and East European Review 78.2

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

1 April 2000  •  200pp

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Contents:

201-239

Literature and Arts: M. N. Murav'ev and the Moscow Manuscript of Institutiones rhetoricae
C. L. Drage
doi:10.2307/4213052

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240-266

Northern Poetry for a Northern People: Text and Context in Ozerov's "Fingal"
Julie A. Cassiday
doi:10.2307/4213053

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267-300

Grotesque Paradox and the Works of Karel Matej Čapek-Chod
Kathleen Hayes
doi:10.2307/4213054

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301-320

History: Patronage and the Russian State
Geoffrey Hosking
doi:10.2307/4213055

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321-330

Document: The Russian Military Colonies in 1826
A. Bitis, Janet Hartley
doi:10.2307/4213056

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331-353

Review Articles: Tolerance and the Karel Čapek Myth
R. B. Pynsent
doi:10.2307/4213057

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354-363

Looking Back at Post-Communist Transformation
J. L. Porket
doi:10.2307/4213058

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364

Review of A. S. Gerd, Cerkovnoslavjanskij jazyk. Lingvističeskye aspekty
H. Leeming
doi:10.2307/4213059

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365-366

Review of Jack Feuillet, Grammaire synchronique du bulgare
J. Ian Press
doi:10.2307/4213060

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366-367

Review of Thomas Butler, Monumenta Bulgarica. A Bilingual Anthology of Bulgarian Texts from the 9th to the 19th Centuries
Adelina Angusheva
doi:10.2307/4213061

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367-369

Review of Martin Schneider, Postmeister und Stationsaufseher: Eine Studie zur deutschen Puškin-Rezeption
Erika Greber
doi:10.2307/4213062

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370-372

Review of David Gasperetti, The Rise of the Russian Novel: Carnival, Stylization, and Mockery of the West
A. G. Cross
doi:10.2307/4213063

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372-373

Review of W. J. Leatherbarrow, Dostoevsky's 'The Devils': A Critical Companion
Arnold McMillin
doi:10.2307/4213064

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373-374

Review of Olga Meerson, Dostoevsky's Taboos
Donald Rayfield
doi:10.2307/4213065

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375-376

Review of L. D. Gromova-Opul'skaia, Z. N. Ivanova, A. A. Donskov, Novye materialy L. N. Tolstogo i o Tolstom. Iz arkhiva N. N. Gusev
R. F. Christian
doi:10.2307/4213066

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376-377

Review of N. S. Gumilev, Polnoe sobranie sochinenii v desiati tomakh. Tom pervyi. Stikhotvoreniia. Poemy (1902-1910)
Justin Doherty
doi:10.2307/4213067

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378-380

Review of Aleksandr K. Zholkovskii, Mikhail Zoshchenko: Poetika nedoveriia
J. Hicks
doi:10.2307/4213068

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380-382

Review of Rebecca Haynes, Occasional Papers in Romanian Studies, No. 2: Papers Presented at the 4th and 5th Romanian Studies Days, SSEES, University of London, March 1996 and February 1997
Steven D. Roper
doi:10.2307/4213069

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382-383

Review of János Mazsu, Maria D. Fenyo, The Social History of the Hungarian Intelligentsia, 1825-1914
Robin Okey
doi:10.2307/4213070

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383-384

Review of Adil Zulfikarpašić, The Bosniak
Robert Hudson
doi:10.2307/4213071

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385-386

Review of Michael Cox, Rethinking the Soviet Collapse: Sovietology, the Death of Communism and the New Russia
Roger D. Markwick
doi:10.2307/4213072

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386-388

Review of Wisła Suraska, How the Soviet Union Disappeared: An Essay on the Causes of Dissolution
Zoe Knox
doi:10.2307/4213073

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388-389

Review of Glina Tuz, Provintsial'nyi fashizm
A. Umland
doi:10.2307/4213074

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389-391

Review of Marja Nissinen, Latvia's Transition to a Market Economy: Political Determinants of Economic Reform Policy
David J. Smith
doi:10.2307/4213075

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391-392

Review of Janine R. Wedel, Collision and Collusion: The Strange Case of Western Aid to Eastern Europe 1989-1998
Colin W. Lawson
doi:10.2307/4213076

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392-393

Review of , Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States 1997: A Political and Economic Survey
Peter J. S. Duncan
doi:10.2307/4213077

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