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The Petersburg Tradition
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  1. Half-Title Page
  2. pp. 1-1
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  1. Nina Perlina
  2. pp. 2-2
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  1. Title Page
  2. pp. 3-3
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  1. Copyright Page
  2. pp. 4-4
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. v-vii
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  1. Introduction
  2. pp. 1-3
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  1. Bakhtin and Kant
  2. pp. 5-121
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  1. Об авторе и его книгах: Двадцать лет спустя
  2. pp. 7-64
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  1. The Role of Chronotope in Dialog
  2. pp. 65-79
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  1. ПАРАЛЛЕЛЬ (Комментарий к одной цитате)
  2. pp. 81-97
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  1. Греческий Север
  2. pp. 99-121
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  1. Dostoevsky
  2. pp. 123-176
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  1. «Идея» в произведениях Достоевского и в трудах П. Д. Юркевича
  2. pp. 125-136
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  1. Dostoevskian Problems in Nabokov's Poetics
  2. pp. 137-154
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  1. The Poetic Relevance of Gogol's "Nevsky Prospect" in Dostoevsky's "White Nights"
  2. pp. 161-176
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  1. Petersburg
  2. pp. 177-263
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  1. N. P. Antsiferov’s Spirit of Petersburg: An Excerpt
  2. pp. 179-196
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  1. Flood and Blood in Zamyatin’s Petersburg
  2. pp. 197-215
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  1. The Japanese among Us (Who?): Kuprin’s Petersburg Tale of Problematic Identity, “Shtabs-kapitan Rybnikov”
  2. pp. 217-234
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  1. Myths of the New Millennium: Visions of Petersburg in Recent Russian Cinema
  2. pp. 235-250
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  1. Women on the Home Front and Cultural Preservation in the National Museum of Sarajevo (1992–95)
  2. pp. 251-263
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  1. Pushkin, Gogol, Tolstoy, and Others
  2. pp. 265-274
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  1. Shakespeare, Pushkin, Krzhizhanovsky in Rome, Egypt, and Muscovy (Some Notes on Tragedy into Comedy during Times of Trouble, 1825–1938)
  2. pp. 267-288
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  1. «Список кораблей»
  2. pp. 297-290
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  1. Об одном стихотворном переводе в статье Вяч. Иванова «Гете на рубеже столетий»
  2. pp. 301-305
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  1. The Burned Letter and the Broken Urn: Pushkin on Loss and Recovery
  2. pp. 307-328
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  1. Tolstoy and Gogol: “Notes of a Madman”
  2. pp. 329-339
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  1. Еще раз о рыцарских мотивах у Набокова
  2. pp. 341-354
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  1. The Ends of “Personality”: Tolstoy and the Problem of Modern Identity
  2. pp. 355-372
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  1. Nina Perlina's Publications
  2. pp. 373-376
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  1. Cover
  2. pp. 385-385
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