Slavonic and East European Review 82.4

Slavonic and East European Review 82.4

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

1 October 2004  •  204pp

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Contents:

801-819
Literature: Time in "Chevengur"
Angela Livingstone
doi:10.2307/4214002
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820-846
Cinema: Promises Broken, Promise Fulfilled: The Critical Failings and Creative Success of Abram Room's "Strogii iunosha"
Milena Michalski
doi:10.2307/4214003
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847-885
History: Breaching Cultural Worlds with the Village School: Educational Visions, Local Initiative, and Rural Experience at S. T. Shatskii's Kaluga School System, 1919-1932
William Partlett
doi:10.2307/4214004
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886-920
Document: George Forbes's 'Account of Russia', 1733-1734
Michael Bitter
doi:10.2307/4214005
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921-935
Review Article: The Latest Revision of the "Slovo o polku Igoreve", or Was Jaroslav of Halyč Really Shooting from His 'Altan' in 1185?
Andrii Danylenko
doi:10.2307/4214006
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936-937
Review of G. Neweklowsky, Bosanski-Hrvatski-Srpski
B. Cooper
doi:10.2307/4214007
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938-939
Review of J. Schaeken, P. Houtzagers, J. Kalsbeek, Dutch Contributions to the Thirteenth International Congress of Slavists, Ljubljana August 15-21, 2003: Linguistics
Andrew Spencer
doi:10.2307/4214008
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939-941
Review of M. Balina, M. Lipovetsky, Dictionary of Literary Biography. Volume 285: Russian Writers since 1980
Jennifer Baines
doi:10.2307/4214009
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941-942
Review of Maarten Fraanje, The Epistolary Novel in Eighteenth-Century Russia
Joe Andrew
doi:10.2307/4214010
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942-943
Review of J. Andrew, R. Reid, Two Hundred Years of Pushkin. Volume 3: Pushkin's Legacy
D. M. Pursglove
doi:10.2307/4214011
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944-945
Review of Sven Spieker, Gøgøl: Exploring Absence. Negativity in 19th-Century Russian Literature
Joe Andrew
doi:10.2307/4214012
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945-947
Review of Richard Freeborn, Dostoevsky
R. A. Peace
doi:10.2307/4214013
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947-948
Review of Sarah Hudspith, Dostoevsky and the Idea of Russianness
Derek Brower
doi:10.2307/4214014
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949-950
Review of Lesley Milne, Zoshchenko and the Ilf-Petrov Partnership: How They Laughed
J. Hicks
doi:10.2307/4214015
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950-951
Review of Barbara Wyllie, Nabokov at the Movies: Film Perspectives in Fiction
Steven G. Kellman
doi:10.2307/4214016
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952-953
Review of Andrei Rogachevskii, A Biographical and Critical Study of Russian Writer Eduard Limonov
Elizabeth Skomp
doi:10.2307/4214017
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953-955
Review of Elise Kimerling Wirtschafter, The Play of Ideas in Russian Enlightenment Theater
Nick Worrall
doi:10.2307/4214018
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955-957
Review of Josephine Woll, The Cranes Are Flying
Milena Michalski
doi:10.2307/4214019
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957-960
Review of Paul Coates, Lucid Dreams: The Films of Krzysztof Kieślowski
Philip Cavendish
doi:10.2307/4214020
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960-961
Review of Marina Lobanova, Mark Shuttleworth, György Ligeti: Style, Ideas, Poetics
Geoffrey Poole
doi:10.2307/4214021
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961-962
Review of Aida Vidan, Embroidered with Gold, Strung with Pearls: The Traditional Ballads of Bosnian Women
E. C. Hawkesworth
doi:10.2307/4214022
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963
Review of J. Ure, The Cossacks: An Illustrated History
Shane O'Rourke
doi:10.2307/4214023
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964-965
Review of Andrei Pavlov, Maureen Perrie, Ivan the Terrible
Sergei Bogatyrev
doi:10.2307/4214024
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965-967
Review of Linda Edmondson, Gender in Russian History and Culture
Susan Morrissey
doi:10.2307/4214025
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967-968
Review of Stephen Lovell, Summerfolk: A History of the Dacha, 1710-2000
Lindsey Hughes
doi:10.2307/4214026
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969-970
Review of Jeffrey Brooks, When Russia Learned to Read: Literacy and Popular Literature, 1861-1917
Stephen Lovell
doi:10.2307/4214027
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970-971
Review of Mauricio Borrero, Hungry Moscow: Scarcity and Society in the Russian Civil War, 1917-1921
John White
doi:10.2307/4214028
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971-973
Review of Leonidas Donskis, Identity and Freedom: Mapping Nationalism and Social Criticism in Twentieth-Century Lithuania
D.J. Galbreath
doi:10.2307/4214029
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973-974
Review of Samuel H. Baron, Cathy A. Frierson, Adventures in Russian Historical Research: Reminiscences of American Scholars from the Cold War to the Present
Patrick O'Meara
doi:10.2307/4214030
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975-977
Review of Francesco Leoncini, L'Europa centrale. Conflictualità e progetto: Passato e presente tra Praga, Budapest e Varsavia
Robert F. Miller
doi:10.2307/4214031
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977-978
Review of Blair A. Ruble, Jodi Koehn, Nancy E. Popson, Fragmented Space in the Russian Federation
Karl Cordell
doi:10.2307/4214032
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978-979
Review of Graeme P. Herd, Anne Aldis, Russian Regions and Regionalism: Strength through Weakness
Karl Cordell
doi:10.2307/4214033
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979-981
Review of John P. Moran, From Garrison State to Nation-State: Political Power and the Russian Military under Gorbachev and Yeltsin
B. Renz
doi:10.2307/4214034
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981-983
Review of A. Cottey, D. Averre, New Security Challenges in Postcommunist Europe: Securing Europe's East
K. M. Fierke
doi:10.2307/4214035
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983-984
Review of J. Koehler, C. Zurcher, Potentials of Disorder
Anne C. Aldis
doi:10.2307/4214036
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984-985
Review of William Elliott Butler, Russian Company and Commercial Legislation
Jane Henderson
doi:10.2307/4214037
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985-987
Review of Radoslav Procházka, Mission Accomplished: On Founding Constitutional Adjudication in Central Europe
Jane Henderson
doi:10.2307/4214038
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987-989
Review of Ann Lewis, The EU and Moldova: On a Fault-Line of Europe
Michael Kaser
doi:10.2307/4214039
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989-991
Review of Yegor Gaidar, Jane Ann Miller, State and Evolution: Russia's Search for a Free Market
Philip Hanson
doi:10.2307/4214040
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991-992
Review of Simon Clarke, Making Ends Meet in Contemporary Russia: Secondary Employment, Subsidiary Agriculture and Social Networks
Christopher. J. Gerry
doi:10.2307/4214041
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