Slavonic and East European Review 85.1

Slavonic and East European Review 85.1

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

1 January 2007  •  200pp

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Contents:

1-24
Language: The Russian and Slavonic Languages in Sixteenth-Century Muscovy
Charles J. Halperin
doi:10.2307/4214392
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25-46
Literature: The Morality of Terror: Contemporary Responses to Political Violence in Boris Savinkov's The Pale Horse (1909) and What Never Happened (1912)
Dan Beer
doi:10.2307/4214393
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47-78
The Czech Émigré Experience of Return after 1989
Madelaine Hron
doi:10.2307/4214394
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79-104
History: The Neue Freie Presse and the South Slavs of the Habsburg Monarchy, 1867-1914
Robin Okey
doi:10.2307/4214395
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105-134
Reluctant Allies? Iuliu Maniu and Corneliu Zelea Codreanu against King Carol II of Romania
Rebecca Ann Haynes
doi:10.2307/4214396
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135-136
Review of Anatolij Ivčenko, Sonja Wölke, Hornjoserbski frazeologiski słownik. Obersorbisches phraseologisches Wörterbuch. Verxnelužickij frazeologičeskij slovar'
Gerald Stone
doi:10.2307/4214397
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136-137
Review of Piotr Wilczek, (Mis)translation and (Mis)interpretation: Polish Literature in the Context of Cross-Cultural Communication
Grantley McDonald
doi:10.2307/4214398
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137-138
Review of Mary Hobson, Aleksandr Griboedov's 'Woe from Wit': A Commentary and Translation
Donald Rayfield
doi:10.2307/4214399
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139-140
Review of Anton Seljak, Andreas Guski, Heiko Haumann, Ivan Turgenevs Ökonomien. Eine Schriftstellerexistenz zwischen Aristokratie, Künstlertum und Kommerz
Peter Henry
doi:10.2307/4214400
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140-144
Review of Malcolm Jones, Dostoevsky and the Dynamics of Religious Experience
Derek Brower
doi:10.2307/4214401
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144-145
Review of Manfred Shruba, Literaturnye ob"edineniia Moskvy i Peterburga 1890-1917 godov. Slovar'
C. L. Drage
doi:10.2307/4214402
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145-146
Review of Timothy Langen, The Stony Dance: Unity and Gesture in Andrey Bely's 'Petersburg'
Roger Cockrell
doi:10.2307/4214403
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146-148
Review of L. Fleishman, G. Safran, M. Wachtel, Word, Music, History: A Festschrift for Caryl Emerson. Stanford Slavic Studies, 29-30
Philip Bullock
doi:10.2307/4214404
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148-149
Review of Clare Kitson, Yuri Norstein and 'Tale of Tales': An Animator's Journey
Birgit Beumers
doi:10.2307/4214405
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149-151
Review of Malcolm Hamrick Brown, A Shostakovich Casebook
Neil Edmunds
doi:10.2307/4214406
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151-154
Review of Laura J. Olson, Performing Russia: Folk Revival and Russian Identity
Gerald Seaman
doi:10.2307/4214407
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154-156
Review of Simon Franklin, Emma Widdis, National Identity in Russian Culture: An Introduction
D.J. Galbreath
doi:10.2307/4214408
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157-158
Review of Sergei Bogatyrev, Russia Takes Shape: Patterns of Integration from the Middle Ages to the Present
John Swift
doi:10.2307/4214409
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158-159
Review of Béla K. Király, P. Balogh, T. Vitek, Art of Survival: Hungarian National Defense and Society in Modern Times
Ian D. Armour
doi:10.2307/4214410
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159-160
Review of Joachim Zweynert, Daniel Riniker, Werner Sombart in Russland. Ein vergessenes Kapitel seiner Lebens- und Wirkungsgeschichte
Peter Gatrell
doi:10.2307/4214411
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160-164
Review of Duncan Heaton-Armstrong, G. Belfield, B. Destani, The Six Month Kingdom: Albania 1914
Philip Longworth
doi:10.2307/4214412
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164-165
Review of Evan Mawdsley, Thunder in the East: The Nazi-Soviet War 1941-1945
Philip Robinson
doi:10.2307/4214413
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165-168
Review of Thomas C. Wolfe, Governing Soviet Journalism: The Press and the Socialist Person after Stalin
Frank H. Ellis
doi:10.2307/4214414
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168-169
Review of Joshua Rubenstein, Alexander Gribanov, The KGB File of Andrei Sakharov
Philip Boobbyer
doi:10.2307/4214415
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169-171
Review of Anke Stephan, Von der Küche auf den Roten Platz: Lebenswege sowjetischer Dissidentinnen
Martin Dewhirst
doi:10.2307/4214416
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171-173
Review of William Outhwaite, Larry Ray, Social Theory and Postcommunism
Vladimir Tismaneanu
doi:10.2307/4214417
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173-174
Review of Michael Bernhard, Institutions and the Fate of Democracy: Germany and Poland in the Twentieth Century
Peter D. Stachura
doi:10.2307/4214418
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175-176
Review of Clarissa De Waal, Albania Today: A Portrait of Post-Communist Turbulence
Hugh Miall
doi:10.2307/4214419
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176-178
Review of James O. Finckenauer, Jennifer L. Schrock, The Prediction and Control of Organized Crime: The Experience of Post-Soviet Ukraine
Kelly Hignett
doi:10.2307/4214420
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178-180
Review of Juliet Johnson, Marietta Stepaniants, Benjamin Forest, Religion and Identity in Modern Russia: The Revival of Orthodoxy and Islam
J. B. Dunlop
doi:10.2307/4214421
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180-181
Review of David J. Smith, The Baltic States and Their Region: New Europe or Old?
Jeremy W. Lamoreaux
doi:10.2307/4214422
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181-183
Review of J. C. Moltz, V. A. Orlov, A. N. Stulberg, Preventing Nuclear Meltdown: Managing Decentralization of Russia's Nuclear Complex
J. Glenn
doi:10.2307/4214423
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183-185
Review of Y. Brudny, J. Frankel, S. Hoffman, Restructuring Post-Communist Russia
Ronald J. Hill
doi:10.2307/4214424
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185-186
Review of Matthew Crosston, Shadow Separatism: Implications for Democratic Consolidation
David Cashaback
doi:10.2307/4214425
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186-188
Review of Iulia Shevchenko, The Central Government of Russia: From Gorbachev to Putin
Sarah Whitmore
doi:10.2307/4214426
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188-189
Review of Joshua B. Spero, Bridging the European Divide: Middle Power Politics and Regional Security Dilemmas
Elena Korosteleva
doi:10.2307/4214427
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190-191
Review of Gur Ofer, Richard Pomfret, The Economic Prospects of the CIS: Sources of Long Term Growth
W. V. Wallace
doi:10.2307/4214428
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191-193
Review of Hilary Appel, A New Capitalist Order: Privatization and Ideology in Russia and Eastern Europe
David Lane
doi:10.2307/4214429
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