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Russia And Its Other S On Film

Author : S. Hutchings
ISBN : 9780230582781
Genre : Social Science
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Russia's interactions with the West have been a perennial theme of Slavic Studies, and of Russian culture and politics. Likewise, representations of Russia have shaped the identities of many western cultures. No longer providing the 'Evil Empire' of 20th American popular consciousness, images of Russia have more recently bifurcated along two streams: that of the impoverished refugee and that of the sinister mafia gang. Focusing on film as an engine of intercultural communication, this is the first book to explore mutual perceptions of the foreign Other in the cinema of Russia and the West during, and after, communism. The book's structure reflects both sides of this fascinating dialogue: Part 1 covers Russian/Soviet cinematic representations of otherness, and Part 2 treats western representations of Russia and the Soviet Union. An extensive Introduction sets the dialogue in a theoretical context. The contributors include leading film scholars from the USA, Europe and Russia.
Category: Social Science

Bloody Saturday In The Soviet Union

Author : Samuel H. Baron
ISBN : 0804740933
Genre : History
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This is the first complete story, long hidden by the Soviet Union, of the attack by government forces on striking workers in 1962, resulting in 21 dead and hundreds of others wounded or imprisoned. Only with the advent of glasnost in the 1980s did the tight lid of secrecy placed on the entire episode by the Soviets begin slowly to lift.
Category: History

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ISBN : 9781291221923
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Current Russian Press

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ISBN : IND:30000008459392
Genre : Russian newspapers
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Russian Philology History

Author : Wolf Moskovich
ISBN : STANFORD:36105010464530
Genre : Linguistics
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Category: Linguistics

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105029563710
Genre : Eastern churches
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Voprosy Filosofii

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ISBN : NWU:35556028016616
Genre : Philosophy
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A Dostoevsky Dictionary

Author : Charles E. Passage
ISBN : UOM:39015054096295
Genre : Characters and characteristics in literature
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Modernism In Kiev

Author : Irene Rima Makaryk
ISBN : 9781442640986
Genre : Literary Criticism
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`Modernism in Kyiv restores the multicultural city of Kyiv to its rightful position as a major player in the dialogue and cross-pollination of ideas occurring between important modernist figures in centres such as Paris, New York, London, and Vienna. Engaging and highly readable, this collection is impressive in its scope, depth, and breadth.' The study of modernism has been largely focused on Western cultural centres such as Paris, Vienna, London, and New York. Extravagantly illustrated with over 300 photos and reproductions, Modernism in Kyiv demonstrates that the Ukrainian capital was a major centre of performing and visual arts as well as literary and cultural activity. While arguing that Kyiv's modernist impulse is most prominently displayed in the experimental work of Les Kurbas, one of the masters of the early Soviet stage, the contributors also examine the history of the city and the artistic production of diverse groups including Ukrainians, Russians, Jews, and Poles. Until now a silent presence in Western accounts of the cultural topography of modernism, multicultural Kyiv is here revealed in its historical, intellectual, and artistic complexity. Excerpts taken from the works of artists, writers, and critics as well as the numerous illustrations help give life to the exciting creativity of this period. The first book-length examination of this subject, Modernism in Kyiv is a breakthrough accomplishment that will become a standard volume in the field.
Category: Literary Criticism