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Slavica Publishers

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For over thirty years, Slavica Publishers as been widely acclaimed as the leading U.S. publisher of scholarly textbooks on the languages, peoples, literatures, cultures, and history of the former USSR and Eastern Europe.

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The Many Facets of Mikhail Kuzmin Cover

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The Many Facets of Mikhail Kuzmin

A Miscellany

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Mapping the Feminine

Russian Women and Cultural Difference

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The New Muscovite Cultural History

A Collection in Honor of Daniel B. Rowland

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The New Russian Dostoevsky

Readings for the Twenty-First Century

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During the Soviet years, Fyodor Dostoevsky was the most troublesome of the nineteenth-century Russian novelists. Religious, opinionated, conservative, and chauvinistic, his work challenged the atheistic and communist foundation of the Soviet state. With the collapse of the Soviet Union, Dostoevsky rapidly became the most popular Russian classic. Taking advantage of the freedoms that came with glasnost, Russian scholars have produced a wealth of new studies exploring previously neglected aspects of the writer's life and work. "The New Russian Dostoevsky: Readings for the Twenty-First Century" presents a broad range of works by Russia's finest Dostoevsky scholars, appearing here in English translation for the first time. The collection offers general studies, including essays on the latest trends in Dostoevsky scholarship, on the 150-year history of anti-Dostoevsky sentiment in Russia, on the use of new technologies to study manuscripts and print materials, and on Dostoevsky's religion and philosophy, as well as close readings and annotations of the classic novels "Crime and Punishment," "The Idiot," "Demons," and "The Brothers Karamazov." These essays combine the meticulous scholarship and authority that have always characterized the work of Russian scholars with a bracing originality and a new respect for the religious and cultural aspects of the writer's work that were neglected in the Soviet years. This book will appeal to anyone interested in Dostoevsky's work and eager to learn how he is read and studied in his homeland.

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The Paths of Folklore

Essays in Honor of Natalie Kononenko

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The Petersburg Tradition

Essays in Honor of Nina Perlina

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Philology Broad and Deep Cover

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Philology Broad and Deep

In Memoriam Horace Gray Lunt

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Poetry and Poetics

A Centennial Tribute to Kiril Taranovsky

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Poles Apart

Women in Modern Polish Culture

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Political Humor under Stalin

An Anthology of Unofficial Jokes and Anecdotes

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"Political Humor under Stalin" is an anthology of jokes, wisecracks, and satire from the Soviet 1930s and 40s that provides a glimpse of everyday dissembling and dissent in one of the modern world s most repressive societies. More than merely a joke book, it offers no less than a folkloric counter-narrative to the official history of the USSR, as well as a ground-breaking discussion of the culture of joke-telling under Stalin.

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