Slavonic and East European Review 83.1

Slavonic and East European Review 83.1

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

1 January 2005  •  173pp

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Contents:

1-13
Literature: Josephus slavonice versus Josephus graece: Towards a Typology of Divergence
H. Leeming
doi:10.2307/4214046
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14-37
The Aesthetics of the Gorozhane Group
Jekaterina Young
doi:10.2307/4214047
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38-70
Cinema: Silence and Shrieks: Language in Three Films by Kira Muratova
Helen Ferguson
doi:10.2307/4214048
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71-116
History: Religion and Nation in Wartime Croatia: Reflections on the Ustaša Policy of Forced Religious Conversions, 1941-1942
Mark Biondich
doi:10.2307/4214049
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117-118
Review of Dietrich Scholze, Im Wettstreit der Werte. Sorbische Sprache, Kultur und Identität auf dem Weg ins 21. Jahrhundert
Gerald Stone
doi:10.2307/4214050
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118-120
Review of Jože Krašovec, Med Izvirnikom in Prevodi
H. Leeming
doi:10.2307/4214051
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120-121
Review of Andrew Kahn, Nikolai Karamzin: 'Letters of a Russian Traveller'. A Translation, with an Essay on Karamzin's Discourses of Enlightenment
Susan Morrissey
doi:10.2307/4214052
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121-123
Review of Svetlana Evdokimova, Alexander Pushkin's Little Tragedies: The Poetics of Brevity
Ann Shukman
doi:10.2307/4214053
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123-124
Review of Stephanie Sandler, Commemorating Pushkin: Russia's Myth of a National Poet
Angela Smith
doi:10.2307/4214054
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124-126
Review of Stephen Moeller-Sally, Gogol's Afterlife. The Evolution of a Classic in Imperial and Soviet Russia
Andy Byford
doi:10.2307/4214055
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126-128
Review of A. A. Donskov, L. N. Tolstoy and N. N. Strakhov: Complete Correspondence
S. F. Hudspith
doi:10.2307/4214056
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128-130
Review of Robert Louis Jackson, A New Word on 'The Brothers Karamazov'
Sarah J. Young
doi:10.2307/4214057
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130-131
Review of Robert Leach, Stanislavsky and Meyerhold
Nick Worrall
doi:10.2307/4214058
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132-133
Review of Wlodzimierz Staniewski, Hidden Territories: The Theatre of Gardzienice
Maria Shevtsova
doi:10.2307/4214059
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133-134
Review of Kevin O'Connor, The History of the Baltic States
David J. Smith
doi:10.2307/4214060
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135-136
Review of James Cracraft, Daniel Rowland, Architectures of Russian Identity: 1500 to the Present
Lindsey Hughes
doi:10.2307/4214061
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136-138
Review of Brian D. Taylor, Politics and the Russian Army: Civil-Military Relations, 1689-2000
J. N. Westwood
doi:10.2307/4214062
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138-139
Review of Anu Koskivirta, The Enemy within: Homicide and Control in Eastern Finland in the Final Years of Swedish Rule 1748-1808
David Kirby
doi:10.2307/4214063
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139-141
Review of Martyn Rady, Custom and Law in Central Europe
Rieko Ueda
doi:10.2307/4214064
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141-142
Review of Vemund Aarbakke, Ethnic Rivalry and the Quest for Macedonia, 1870-1913
D. Livanios
doi:10.2307/4214065
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143-144
Review of Michael Haynes, Rumy Husan, A Century of State Murder? Death and Policy in Twentieth-Century Russia
R. H. T. O'Kane
doi:10.2307/4214066
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144-146
Review of James T. Andrews, Science for the Masses: The Bolshevik State, Public Science, and the Popular Imagination in Soviet Russia, 1917-1934
Susan Morrissey
doi:10.2307/4214067
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146-148
Review of Edvard Beneš, Milan Hauner, The Fall and Rise of a Nation: Czechoslovakia 1938-1941
Hugh Ragsdale
doi:10.2307/4214068
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148-150
Review of Richard Rhodes, Masters of Death: The SS Einsatzgruppen and the Invention of the Holocaust
Mark Roseman
doi:10.2307/4214069
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150-152
Review of Johanna C. Granville, The First Domino: International Decision Making during the Hungarian Crisis of 1956
Gábor Bátonyi
doi:10.2307/4214070
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152-153
Review of James M. Goldgeier, Michael McFaul, Power and Purpose: U.S. Policy toward Russia after the Cold War
John A. Thompson
doi:10.2307/4214071
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153-155
Review of Sarah Birch, Electoral Systems and Political Transformation in Post-Communist Europe
Marek Rybar
doi:10.2307/4214072
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155-156
Review of Frances Millard, Elections, Parties and Representation in Post-Communist Europe
T. Haughton
doi:10.2307/4214073
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157-158
Review of Cameron Ross, Federalism and Democratisation in Russia
P. Lentini
doi:10.2307/4214074
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158-160
Review of Igal Halfin, Language and Revolution: Making Modern Political Identities
Susan Morrissey
doi:10.2307/4214075
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160-161
Review of Christopher Lord, Olga Strietska-Ilina, Parallel Cultures: Majority/Minority Relations in the Countries of the Former Eastern Bloc
B. Fowkes
doi:10.2307/4214076
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161-163
Review of Pål Kolstø, National Integration and Violent Conflict in Post-Soviet Societies: The Cases of Estonia and Moldova
David J. Smith
doi:10.2307/4214077
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163-165
Review of A. Forster, T. Edmunds, A. Cottey, Soldiers and Societies in Postcommunist Europe
David Betz
doi:10.2307/4214078
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165-166
Review of Biljana Vankovska, Håkan Wiberg, Between Past and Future: Civil-Military Relations in the Post-Communist Balkans
Ivan Zverzhanovski
doi:10.2307/4214079
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166-168
Review of Barry Buzan, Ole Wæver, Regions and Powers: The Structure of International Security
Felix Ciută
doi:10.2307/4214080
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