Slavonic and East European Review 81.4

Slavonic and East European Review 81.4

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

1 October 2003  •  207pp

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Contents:

601-613
Language: Polish Linguistic Purism in Lithuania: The Case of Aleksander Łętowski
Scott Spires
doi:10.2307/4213790
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614-633
Art: The Pioneers of Russian Art Criticism: Between State and Public Opinion, 1804-1855
Alexey Makhrov
doi:10.2307/4213791
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634-658
History: 'Nothing Is Too Small for a Great Man': Peter the Great's Little Houses and the Creation of Some Petrine Myths
Lindsey Hughes
doi:10.2307/4213792
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659-682
Defining a Russian Nation: Mikhail Katkov and the 'Invention' of National Politics
Andreas Renner
doi:10.2307/4213793
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683-697
'A Light Shining in Darkness': Tolstoi and the Imprisonment of Conscientious Objectors in Imperial Russia
Peter Brock
doi:10.2307/4213794
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698-709
Review Article: The Medieval Hungarian and Other Frontiers
Martyn Rady
doi:10.2307/4213795
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710-712
Review of Werner Lehfeldt, Einführung in die morphologische Konzeption der slavischen Akzentologie. 2, verbesserte und ergänzte Auflage. Mit einem Appendix von Willem Vermeer
Jan Fellerer
doi:10.2307/4213796
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712-713
Review of Katalin É. Kiss, The Syntax of Hungarian
Peter Sherwood
doi:10.2307/4213797
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713-715
Review of Snježana Kordić, Riječi na granici punoznačnosti
Peter Herrity
doi:10.2307/4213798
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715-718
Review of Simon Franklin, Writing, Society and Culture in Early Rus, C. 950-1300
Robin Milner-Gulland
doi:10.2307/4213799
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718-720
Review of Jan IJ. van der Meer, Literary Activities and Attitudes in the Stanislavian Age in Poland (1764-1795): A Social System?
Richard Butterwick
doi:10.2307/4213800
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720-723
Review of Elwira M. Grossman, Studies in Language, Literature, and Cultural Mythology in Poland: Investigating 'The Other'
Ursula Phillips
doi:10.2307/4213801
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723-725
Review of Louise McReynolds, Joan Neuberger, Imitations of Life: Two Centuries of Melodrama in Russia
Rachel Morley
doi:10.2307/4213802
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725-727
Review of Donna Tussing Orwin, The Cambridge Companion to Tolstoy
Michael Pursglove
doi:10.2307/4213803
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727-728
Review of Peter Kurth, Isadora: A Sensational Life
Gordon McVay
doi:10.2307/4213804
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728-730
Review of Nina Perlina, Ol'ga Freidenberg, Ol'ga Freidenberg's Works and Days
Craig Brandist
doi:10.2307/4213805
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730-732
Review of David H. J. Larmour, Discourse and Ideology in Nabokov's Prose
Barbara Wyllie
doi:10.2307/4213806
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732-734
Review of Reza de Wet, A Russian Trilogy
Gordon McVay
doi:10.2307/4213807
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734-735
Review of Derek C. Hulme, Dmitri Shostakovich: A Catalogue, Bibliography and Discography
Arnold McMillin
doi:10.2307/4213808
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735-737
Review of Albert Leong, Centaur: The Life and Art of Ernst Neizvestny
Mike O'Mahony
doi:10.2307/4213809
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737-739
Review of Stephen G. Wheatcroft, Challenging Traditional Views of Russian History
Ian D. Thatcher
doi:10.2307/4213810
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739-741
Review of Francis Butler, Enlightener of Rus': The Image of Vladimir Sviatoslavich across the Centuries
Simon Franklin
doi:10.2307/4213811
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741-743
Review of Michelle Lamarche Marrese, A Woman's Kingdom. Noblewomen and the Control of Property in Russia, 1700-1861
Linda Edmondson
doi:10.2307/4213812
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743-744
Review of Walter G. Moss, Russia in the Age of Alexander II, Tolstoy and Dostoevsky
Richard Freeborn
doi:10.2307/4213813
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744-745
Review of Marjatta Bell, Marjatta Hietala, Helsinki: The Innovative City. Historical Perspectives
J. E. O. Screen
doi:10.2307/4213814
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746-747
Review of Irina Sirotkina, Diagnosing Literary Genius: A Cultural History of Psychiatry in Russia, 1880-1930
Andy Byford
doi:10.2307/4213815
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747-748
Review of Constantine Pleshakov, The Tsar's Last Armada: The Epic Journey to the Battle of Tsushima
J. N. Westwood
doi:10.2307/4213816
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749-750
Review of Jennifer Siegel, Endgame: Britain, Russia and the Final Struggle for Central Asia
Raymond Pearson
doi:10.2307/4213817
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750-752
Review of Louise McReynolds, Russia at Play: Leisure Activities at the End of the Tsarist Era
Stephen Lovell
doi:10.2307/4213818
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752-753
Review of Annett Bresan, Pawoł Nedo 1908-1984: Ein biographischer Beitrag zur sorbischen Geschichte
Gerald Stone
doi:10.2307/4213819
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753-755
Review of R. J. W. Evans, Great Britain and East-Central Europe, 1908-48: A Study in Perceptions
Gábor Bátonyi
doi:10.2307/4213820
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755-757
Review of Choi Chatterjee, Celebrating Women: Gender, Festival Culture, and Bolshevik Ideology, 1910-1939
Susan Morrissey
doi:10.2307/4213821
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757-758
Review of Alon Rachamimov, POWs and the Great War: Captivity on the Eastern Front
Philip Robinson
doi:10.2307/4213822
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758-760
Review of Dan Healey, Homosexual Desire in Revolutionary Russia: The Regulation of Sexual and Gender Dissent
Knut Andreas Grimstad
doi:10.2307/4213823
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760-761
Review of Heidi Hein, Der Piłsudski-Kult und seine Bedeutung für den polnischen Staat 1926-1939
Peter D. Stachura
doi:10.2307/4213824
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762-763
Review of Barry McLoughlin, Kevin McDermott, Stalin's Terror: High Politics and Mass Repression in the Soviet Union
Philip Boobbyer
doi:10.2307/4213825
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764-766
Review of Katherine R. Jolluck, Exile and Identity: Polish Women in the Soviet Union during World War II
K. Turton
doi:10.2307/4213826
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766-767
Review of C. Simmons, N. Perlina, Writing the Siege of Leningrad: Women's Diaries, Memoirs, and Documentary Prose
Mary McAuley
doi:10.2307/4213827
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767-769
Review of Vladimir A. Kozlov, Elaine McClarnand MacKinnon, Mass Uprisings in the USSR: Protest and Rebellion in the Post-Stalin Years
Miriam Dobson
doi:10.2307/4213828
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769-771
Review of Olli Vehviläinen, Attila Pók, Hungary and Finland in the Twentieth Century
George Maude
doi:10.2307/4213829
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771-772
Review of Karen Henderson, Slovakia: The Escape from Invisibility
T. Haughton
doi:10.2307/4213830
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772-773
Review of András Bozóki, The Roundtable Talks of 1989: The Genesis of Hungarian Democracy (Analysis and Documents)
Frances Millard
doi:10.2307/4213831
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774-775
Review of Mikhail Gorbachev, Zdeněk Mlynář, George Shriver, Conversations with Gorbachev: On Perestroika, the Prague Spring, and the Crossroads of Socialism
Peter J. S. Duncan
doi:10.2307/4213832
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775-777
Review of S. Birch, F. Millard, M. Popescu, K. Williams, Embodying Democracy: Electoral System Design in Post-Communist Europe
T. Haughton
doi:10.2307/4213833
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777-778
Review of Marjorie Castle, Ray Taras, Democracy in Poland
A. A. Szczerbiak
doi:10.2307/4213834
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778-780
Review of A. Cottey, T. Edmunds, A. Forster, Democratic Control of the Military in Postcommunist Europe: Guarding the Guards
Laura R. Cleary
doi:10.2307/4213835
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780-782
Review of Dmitri Trenin, The End of Eurasia: Russia on the Border between Geopolitics and Globalization
Mark Bassin
doi:10.2307/4213836
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783-785
Review of Jan Winiecki, Transition Economies and Foreign Trade
Zoltán Ádám
doi:10.2307/4213837
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785-788
Review of Clifford G. Gaddy, Barry W. Ickes, Russia's Virtual Economy
Peter Oppenheimer
doi:10.2307/4213838
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788-789
Review of Jennifer I. Considine, William A. Kerr, The Russian Oil Economy
W. V. Wallace
doi:10.2307/4213839
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789-791
Review of Ronald H. Linden, Norms and Nannies: The Impact of International Organizations on the Central and East European States
J. Harrop
doi:10.2307/4213840
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791-792
Review of Laszlo Kurti, Youth and the State in Hungary: Capitalism, Communism and Class
Anne White
doi:10.2307/4213841
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793-794
Review of I. Alanen, J. Nikula, H. Põder, R. Ruutsoo, Decollectivisation, Destruction and Disillusionment: A Community Study in Southern Estonia
David J. Smith
doi:10.2307/4213842
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