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Romantic Topography and the Dilemma of Empire: The Caucasus in the Dialogue of Georgian and Russian Poetry
Ram, Harsha; Shatirishvili, Zaza
Describing Dialect and Defining Civilization in an Early Georgian Nationalist Manifesto: Ilia Ch‘avch’avadze's “Letters of a Traveler”
Manning, H. Paul
Sologub, Nabokov, and the Limits of Decadent Aesthetics
Bethea, David M.
The Writer and His Quiff: How Young Gogol’ Sought To Shape His Public Image
Between Village and Kremlin: Confronting State Food Procurement in Civil War Tambov, 1919–20
Mythical Communities and the New Soviet Woman: Bolshevik Antireligious Chastushki, 1917–32
Husband, William B.
The Politics of Kaliningrad Oblast: A Borderland of the Russian Federation
Moses, Joel C.
Dispelling the “Fog of Half-Forgotten History”
Glade, Shirley A.
Raack, R. C.
“On the Road” in Russia
Knox-Voina, Jane E.