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(2015-03-12) - Journal articleThis article explores the indigenization of the representation of Soviet Central Asia in Russian-language literature by examining how two Central Asian literary figures—the “Tajik” poet Abulqasim Lahuti and the Kazakh bard ...
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How well do you know your krai? The kraevedenie revival and patriotic politics in late Khrushchev-era Russia (2015) - Journal articleThis article examines the state-sponsored rise of local patriotism in the post-1961 period, interpreting it as part of the effort to strengthen popular support for and the legitimacy of the Soviet regime during the second ...
(University of St Andrews, 2014) - ThesisBetween Two Worlds: The Fairy-Tale Novels of Aleksandr Fomich Vel'tman is a thesis devoted to four of the author’s novels published during the 1830s and 1840s: Koshchei bessmertnyi (1833), Svetoslavich, vrazhii pitomets ...
(Rodopi, 2013) - Book itemThis article examines the writing of A.A. Shkliarevskii, an important figure in early Russian detective fiction, in the light of the influence of F.M. Dostoevskii.