Slavonic and East European Review 87.3

Slavonic and East European Review 87.3

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

1 July 2009  •  199pp

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Contents:

401-428
Literature: Destiny as Alibi: Milan Kundera, Václav Havel and the 'Czech Question' after 1968
Tim West
doi:10.2307/40650406
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429-451
History: Illegal Killing of Soviet Prisoners of War by Finns during the Finno-Soviet Continuation War of 1941-44
Antti Kujala
doi:10.2307/40650407
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452-487
Vladimir Bukovskii and Soviet Communism
Philip Boobbyer
doi:10.2307/40650408
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488-517
Social Sciences: Immigrants as the Enemy: Psychoanalysis and the Balkans' Self-Orientalization
Dušan I. Bjelić
doi:10.2307/40650409
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518-525
Review Article: Anatolii Borisovich Mariengof (1897-1962)
Gordon Mcvay
doi:10.2307/40650410
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526-527
Review of Stephen Marder, A Supplementary Russian-English Dictionary (ASRED 2). Second edition
Ian Press
doi:10.2307/40650411
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527-528
Review of Margrethe B. Søvik, Support, Resistance and Pragmatism: An Examination of Motivation in Language Policy in Kharkiv,Ukraine. Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis, Stockholm Slavic Studies, 34. Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
Roman Solchanyk
doi:10.2307/40650412
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529-530
Review of May Smith, The Influence of French on Eighteenth-Century Literary Russian: Semantic and Phraseological Calques
J. A. Dunn
doi:10.2307/40650413
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530-532
Review of Anne Lounsbery, Thin Culture, High Art: Gogol, Hawthorne, and Authorship in Nineteenth-Century Russia and America. Harvard Studies in Comparative Literature
Ellen Changes
doi:10.2307/40650414
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532-534
Review of Marina Shcherbakova, I. S Aksahov — N. N. Strakhov: Perepiska. Slavic Research Group at the University of Ottowa and Institut mirovoi literatury im
Richard Freeborn
doi:10.2307/40650415
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534-535
Review of Gary Saul Morson, 'Anna Karenina' in Our Time: Seeing More Wisely
Roger Cockrell
doi:10.2307/40650416
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535-537
Review of Leland de la Durantaye, Style Is Matter: The Moral Art of Vladimir Nabohv
Leona Toker
doi:10.2307/40650417
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537-538
Review of Ivan Blatný, Veronika Tuckerová, Matthew Sweney, Justin Quinn, Alex Zucker, Veronika Tuckerová, Anna Moschovakis, The Drug of Art: Selected Poems
Vít Bezdíček
doi:10.2307/40650418
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539-540
Review of Katarzyna Zechenter, The Fiction of Tadeusz Konwicki: Coming to Terms with Post-War Polish History and Politics
Ursula Phillips
doi:10.2307/40650419
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541-542
Review of Oleg Il'inskii, T. Il'inskaia, Literaturnye ocherki
David Wells
doi:10.2307/40650420
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542-543
Review of V. Boele, E. Deryabina, S. Androsov, B. Asvarishch, Collectors in St Petersburg
Rosalind P. Blakesley
doi:10.2307/40650421
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543-545
Review of Ludmila Korabelnikova, Anna Winestein, Sue-Ellen Hershman-Tcherepnin, Alexander Tcherepnin: The Saga of a Russian Émigré Composer. Russian Music Studies
Philip Bullock
doi:10.2307/40650422
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545-547
Review of Rachel Beckles Willson, Ligeti, Kurtág, and Hungarian Musk during the Cold War. Music in the Twentieth Century
Stephen Walsh
doi:10.2307/40650423
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547-548
Review of Denise J. Youngblood, Russian War Films: On the Cinema Front, 1914-2005
Richard Olson, Alexander Prokhorov
doi:10.2307/40650424
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549-550
Review of John Orr, Elzbieta Ostrowska, The Cinema of Roman Polanski: Dark Spaces of the World. Directors' Cuts
Dorota Ostrowska
doi:10.2307/40650425
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551-552
Review of Chris Robinson, Estonian Animation: Between Genius and Utter Illiteracy
Birgit Beumers
doi:10.2307/40650426
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552-554
Review of Konstantin Akinsha, Grigorij Kozlov, Sylvia Hochfield, The Holy Place: Architecture, Ideology and History in Russia
Simon Franklin
doi:10.2307/40650427
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554-555
Review of Sergey A. Ivanov, Simon Franklin, Holy Fools in Byzantium and Beyond. Oxford Studies in Byzantium
Rosemary Morris
doi:10.2307/40650428
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555-557
Review of Marzheret, Zhak [Jacques Margeret], Sostoianie Rossiiskoi imperii. Zh. Marzheret v dokumentakh i issledovaniiakh. (Teksty, kommentani, stat'i)
Maureen Perrie
doi:10.2307/40650429
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557-559
Review of J. T. Kotilaine, Russia's Foreign Trade and Economic Expansion in the Seventeenth Century: Windows on the World. The Northern World: North Europe and the Baltic 400-1700 AD. People's Economies and Cultures, 13
Chester Dunning
doi:10.2307/40650430
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559-561
Review of Wendy Rosslyn, Deeds, Not Words: The Origins of Women's Philanthropy in the Russian Empire. Birmingham Slavonic Monographs, 37
Michelle Lamarghe Marrese
doi:10.2307/40650431
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561-563
Review of Robin Okey, Taming Balkan Nationalism: The Habsburg 'Civilizing Mission' in Bosnia, 1878-1914
Bojan Aleksov
doi:10.2307/40650432
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563-564
Review of Nancy M. Wingfield, Flag Wars and Stone Saints: How the Bohemian Lands Became Czech
Maria Dowling
doi:10.2307/40650433
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564-567
Review of Ronald Grigor Suny, The Cambridge History of Russia. Volume 3: The Twentieth Century
Mark B. Smith
doi:10.2307/40650434
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567-569
Review of Wendy Slater, The Many Deaths of Nicholas II: Relics, Remains and the Romanovs. Routledge Studies in the History of Russia and Eastern Europe
Iain Laughlan
doi:10.2307/40650435
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569-571
Review of Igal Halfin, Intimate Enemies: Demonizing the Bolshevik Opposition, 1918-1928. Pitt Series in Russian and East European Studies
L. G. Novikova
doi:10.2307/40650436
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571-572
Review of Nick Baron, The King of Karelia: Col P. J. Woods and the British Intervention in North Russia 1918-1919: A History and Memoir
Markku Ruotsila
doi:10.2307/40650437
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572-574
Review of Lynne Viola, The Unknown Gulag: The Lost World of Stalin's Special Settlements
Miriam Dobson
doi:10.2307/40650438
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574-575
Review of Gabriel Gorodetsky, Stafford Cripps in Moscow 1940-1942: Diaries and Papers
Markku Ruotsila
doi:10.2307/40650439
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576-577
Review of Andrew I. Port, Conflict and Stability in the German Democratic Republic
Anna Saunders
doi:10.2307/40650440
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577-579
Review of John Laughland, Ramsey Clark, Travesty: The Trial of Slobodan Milošević and the Corruption of International Justice
D. Chandler
doi:10.2307/40650441
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579-580
Review of Katrin Boeckh, Ekkehard Völkl, Ukraine. Von der Roten zur Orangenen Revolution
C. R. Gilley
doi:10.2307/40650442
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580-581
Review of David R. Marples, The Lukashenka Phenomenon: Elections, Propaganda and the Foundations of Political Authority in Belarus. Trondheim Studies on East European Cultures and Societies, 21
Andrew Wilson
doi:10.2307/40650443
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582-583
Review of John Russell, Chechnya: Russia's 'War on Tenor'. BASEES/Routledge Series on Russian and East European Studies, 34
J. Vaughn
doi:10.2307/40650444
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583-584
Review of Natasha Kuhrt, Russian Policy towards China and Japan: The El'tsin and Putin Periods. BASEES/Routledge Series on Russian and East European Studies, 42
J. Glenn
doi:10.2307/40650445
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584-586
Review of Louise Shelley, Erik Scott, Anthony Latta, Organized Crime and Corruption in Georgia
Mark Galeotti
doi:10.2307/40650446
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586-588
Review of László Csaba, The New Political Economy of Emerging Europe. Second revised and extended edition
Zoltán Ádám
doi:10.2307/40650447
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588-590
Review of Uriel Procaccia, Russian Culture, Property Rights, and the Market Economy
Cathy A. Frierson
doi:10.2307/40650448
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590-592
Review of Axel Kaehne, Political and Social Thought in Post-Communist Russia. BASEES/Routledge Series on Russian and East European Studies, 40
Philip Boobbyer
doi:10.2307/40650449
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592-594
Review of Katya Mihailova, Stranstvashtijat sljap pevec prosjak vǎv folklornata kultura na slavjanite
J. Rychlik
doi:10.2307/40650450
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