Slavonic and East European Review 82.2

Slavonic and East European Review 82.2

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

1 April 2004  •  200pp

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Contents:

201-245
Cinema: The Hand That Turns the Handle: Camera Operators and the Poetics of the Camera in Pre-Revolutionary Russian Film
Philip Cavendish
doi:10.2307/4213881
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246-267
History: Biography, History, and Finitude: Understanding the Life Span in Early-Nineteenth-Century Russia
Stephen Lovell
doi:10.2307/4213882
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268-291
In the Name of Freedom: Suicide, Serfdom, and Autocracy in Russia
Susan Morrissey
doi:10.2307/4213883
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292-314
'Playing the Pharisee'? Charles Saroléa, Czechoslovakia and the Road to Munich, 1915-1939
Sam Johnson
doi:10.2307/4213884
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315-316
Review of Carol H. Rounds, Erika Sólyom, Colloquial Hungarian: The Complete Course for Beginners
Peter Sherwood
doi:10.2307/4213885
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317-319
Review of Nina B. Mechkovskaia, Belorusskii iazyk: Sotsioligvisticheskie ocherki
Arnold McMillin
doi:10.2307/4213886
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319-320
Review of Henry Leeming, Historical and Comparative Lexicology of the Slavonic Languages
Veronica Du Feu
doi:10.2307/4213887
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320-321
Review of Brian Cooper, Of Cabbages - and Kings: Lexicological and Etymological Studies on Russian Plant Nomenclature
Veronica Du Feu
doi:10.2307/4213888
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321-322
Review of Elizabeth Warner, Russian Myths
Faith Wigzell
doi:10.2307/4213889
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322-324
Review of Adele Marie Barker, Jehanne M. Gheith, A History of Women's Writing in Russia
Joe Andrew
doi:10.2307/4213890
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324-326
Review of Peter Barta, Gender and Sexuality in Russian Civilisation
Carol Adlam
doi:10.2307/4213891
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326-327
Review of T. J. Binyon, Pushkin: A Biography
Michael Pursglove
doi:10.2307/4213892
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327-329
Review of Peter C. Pozefsky, The Nihilist Imagination: Dmitrii Pisarev and the Cultural Origins of Russian Radicalism (1860-1868)
Sarah J. Young
doi:10.2307/4213893
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329-330
Review of Vladimir Wozniuk, V. S. Soloviev, The Heart of Reality: Essays on Beauty, Love and Ethics by V. S. Soloviev
Jonathan Sutton
doi:10.2307/4213894
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330-332
Review of Jussi Heinonen, 'Eto' i 'to' v povesti 'Starukha' Daniila Kharmsa
Neil Carrick
doi:10.2307/4213895
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332-334
Review of Ellen Pifer, Vladimir Nabokov's 'Lolita': A Casebook
Barbara Wyllie
doi:10.2307/4213896
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334-336
Review of Boris Thomson, Leonid Leonov, The Art of Compromise: The Life and Work of Leonid Leonov
David Shepherd
doi:10.2307/4213897
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336-338
Review of Irene Zohrab, Festschrift in Honour of Arnold McMillin
Derek Brower
doi:10.2307/4213898
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338-339
Review of Svetlana Zvereva, Stuart Campbell, Alexander Kastalsky: His Life and Music
Arnold McMillin
doi:10.2307/4213899
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340-341
Review of Valeria Tsenova, 'Ex oriente...-II': Nine Composers from the Former USSR. Valentin Silvestrov, Roman Ledenyov, Faraj Karaev, Victor Ekimovsky, Nikolai Karetnikov, Alemdar Karamanov, Vladimir Tarnopolsky, Sergei Slonimsky, Andrei Volkonsky
Arnold McMillin
doi:10.2307/4213900
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342-343
Review of Anthony E. Swift, Popular Theater and Society in Tsarist Russia
Murray Frame
doi:10.2307/4213901
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343-344
Review of Anna Bohn, Film und Macht. Zur Kunsttheorie Sergej M. Eisensteins 1930-1948
Richard Taylor
doi:10.2307/4213902
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344-345
Review of Dina Iordanova, Cinema of Flames: Balkan Film, Culture and the Media
James Gow
doi:10.2307/4213903
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345-346
Review of Frank Beardow, Little Vera
David Gillespie
doi:10.2307/4213904
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346-348
Review of Daniel J. Goulding, Liberated Cinema. The Yugoslav Experience, 1945-2001
Milena Michalski
doi:10.2307/4213905
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348-349
Review of Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal, New Myth, New World: From Nietzsche to Stalinism
Philip Boobbyer
doi:10.2307/4213906
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350
Review of W. Moskovich, O. Luthar, S. Schwarzband, Jews in Slavic Culture. Volume 6
John D. Klier
doi:10.2307/4213907
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351-352
Review of Cathryn Brennan, Murray Frame, Russia and the Wider World in Historical Perspective: Essays for Paul Dukes
Simon Dixon
doi:10.2307/4213908
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352-354
Review of Serhii Plokhy, Tsars and Cossacks: A Study in Iconography
Liudmila V. Charipova
doi:10.2307/4213909
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354-355
Review of A. Kappeler, Z. E. Kohut, F. E. Sysyn, M. von Hagen, Culture, Nation and Identity: The Ukrainian-Russian Encounter, 1600-1945
Andrew Wilson
doi:10.2307/4213910
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355-357
Review of Jukka Kokkonen, Rajaseutu liikkeessä: Kainuun ja Pielisen Karjalan asukkaiden kontaktit, Venäjän Karjalaan kreivin ajasta sarkasotaan (1650-1712)
A. F. Upton
doi:10.2307/4213911
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357-358
Review of Natal'ia Okhotina-Lind, Peter Ulf Møller, Vtoraia Kamchatskaia ekspeditsiia: Dokumenty, 1730-1733. Chast' 1: Morskie otriady
David N. Collins
doi:10.2307/4213912
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358-361
Review of Antony Polonsky, Polin. Studies in Polish Jewry Volume 14: Focusing on Jews in the Polish Borderlands
Mark Levene
doi:10.2307/4213913
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361-362
Review of Wayne Dowler, Classroom and Empire: The Politics of Schooling Russia's Eastern Nationalities, 1860-1917
Shirin Akiner
doi:10.2307/4213914
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363-364
Review of Frith Maier, George Kennan, Vagabond Life: The Caucasus Journals of George Kennan
Rodric Braithwaite
doi:10.2307/4213915
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364-366
Review of Fredric S. Zuckerman, The Tsarist Secret Police Abroad: Policing Europe in a Modernising World
Iain Lauchlan
doi:10.2307/4213916
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366-367
Review of Richard Pipes, The Degaev Affair: Terror and Treason in Tsarist Russia
Peter Waldron
doi:10.2307/4213917
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367-368
Review of László Péter, Martyn Rady, Peter Sherwood, Lajos Kossuth Sent Word... Papers Delivered on the Occasion of the Bicentenary of Kossuth's Birth
Neville Masterman
doi:10.2307/4213918
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369-370
Review of Steven Sabol, Russian Colonization and the Genesis of Kazak National Consciousness
John Swift
doi:10.2307/4213919
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370-371
Review of Mark D. Steinberg, Proletarian Imagination: Self, Modernity and the Sacred in Russia, 1910-1925
Craig Brandist
doi:10.2307/4213920
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372-373
Review of Michael Gorham, Speaking in Soviet Tongues: Language Culture and the Politics of Voice in Revolutionary Russia
Peter Gatrell
doi:10.2307/4213921
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373-374
Review of Wendy Z. Goldman, Women at the Gates: Gender and Industry in Stalin's Russia
Susan Morrissey
doi:10.2307/4213922
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374-376
Review of Zsuzsanna Kőrösi, Adrienne Molnár, Carrying a Secret in My Heart: Children of the Victims of the Reprisals after the Hungarian Revolution in 1956. An Oral History
Anne White
doi:10.2307/4213923
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376-378
Review of William Taubman, Khrushchev: The Man and His Era
Martin McCauley
doi:10.2307/4213924
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378-380
Review of Dejan Djokić, Yugoslavism: Histories of a Failed Idea
Michael Palairet
doi:10.2307/4213925
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380-381
Review of Seppo Hentilä, Kaksi Saksaa ja Suomi. Saksan-kysymys Suomen puolueettomuuspolitiikan haasteena
George Maude
doi:10.2307/4213926
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381-383
Review of Tom Gallagher, The Balkans after the Cold War: From Tyranny to Tragedy
Marko Attila Hoare
doi:10.2307/4213927
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383-384
Review of Paul Robert Magocsi, The Roots of Ukrainian Nationalism: Galicia as Ukraine's Piedmont
Andrew Wilson
doi:10.2307/4213928
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384-385
Review of E. A. Korosteleva, C. W. Lawson, R. J. Marsh, Contemporary Belarus: Between Dictatorship and Democracy
Andrew Wilson
doi:10.2307/4213929
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385-386
Review of Pertti Pesonen, Olavi Riihinen, Dynamic Finland. The Political System and the Welfare State
George Maude
doi:10.2307/4213930
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386-388
Review of Ingrid van Biezen, Political Parties in New Democracies: Party Organization in Southern and East-Central Europe
T. Haughton
doi:10.2307/4213931
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388-389
Review of A. Bozóki, J. T. Ishiyama, The Communist Successor Parties of Central and Eastern Europe
Michael Waller
doi:10.2307/4213932
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389-391
Review of Marshall Goldman, The Piratization of Russia: Russian Reform Goes Awry
Neil Robinson
doi:10.2307/4213933
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391-392
Review of David Satter, Darkness at Dawn: The Rise of the Russian Criminal State
Charles Woolfson
doi:10.2307/4213934
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392-394
Review of Tarja Cronberg, Transforming Russia: From a Military to a Peace Economy
Robert F. Miller
doi:10.2307/4213935
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394-395
Review of Tom Bjorkman, Russia's Road to Deeper Democracy
Luke March
doi:10.2307/4213936
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