Slavonic and East European Review 85.4

Slavonic and East European Review 85.4

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

1 October 2007  •  206pp

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Contents:

601-628
Literature: Anton Chekhov's "The Black Monk": An Example of the Fantastic?
Claire Whitehead
doi:10.2307/25479132
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629-657
Exile in Theatre/Theatre in Exile: Nabokov's Early Plays, "Tragediia Gospodina Morna" and "Chelovek iz SSSR"
Siggy Frank
doi:10.2307/25479133
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658-683
Evolving Narratives in Post-War Polish Literature: The Case of Nowa Huta (1950-2005)
Katarzyna Zechenter
doi:10.2307/25479134
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684-723
Cinema: The Men with the Movie Cameras: The Theory and Practice of Camera Operation within the Soviet Avant-Garde of the 1920s
Philip Cavendish
doi:10.2307/25479135
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724-752
History: The First Histories of the Russian Social-Democratic Labour Party, 1904-06
Ian D. Thatcher
doi:10.2307/25479136
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753-779
Social Sciences: Does History Repeat Itself? Public Discourse of the Contemporary Russian Old Believer Elite
Ekaterina Levintova
doi:10.2307/25479137
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780
Review of Jan Fellerer, Mehrsprachigkeit im galizischen Verwaltungswesen (1772-1914). Eine historisch-soziolinguistische Studie zum Polnischen und Ruthenischen (Ukrainischen)
Sheenagh Pugh
doi:10.2307/25479138
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781-782
Review of Tora Hedin, Changing Identities: Language Variation on Czech Television
Tom Dickins
doi:10.2307/25479139
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782-784
Review of Alexander Pushkin, Antony Wood, 'The Gypsies' and Other Narrative Poems
Michael Pursglove
doi:10.2307/25479140
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784-785
Review of Marina Grishakova, The Models of Space, Time and Vision in V. Nabokov's Fiction: Narrative Strategies and Cultural Frames
Will Norman
doi:10.2307/25479141
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786-787
Review of Birgit Beumers, Pop Culture Russia! Media, Arts, and Lifestyle
Polly McMichael
doi:10.2307/25479142
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787-788
Review of Harold Shukman, War or Revolution: Russian Jews and Conscription in Britain, 1917
Iain Lauchlan
doi:10.2307/25479143
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789-790
Review of Elizabeth Wood, Performing Justice: Agitation Trials in Early Soviet Russia
Geoffrey Swain
doi:10.2307/25479144
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790-792
Review of George Sanford, Katyn and the Soviet Massacre of 1940: Truth, Justice and Memory
John P. Fox
doi:10.2307/25479145
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