61.4

Volume 61, Number 4 (Winter 2017)

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ARTICLES

REVIEWS

  • Adam Weiner.  How Bad Writing Destroyed the World: Ayn Rand and the Literary Origins of the Financial Crisis (Andrew M. Drozd)
  • Karen Stepanian.  Shekspir, Bakhtin i Dostoevskii:  Geroi i avtory v bol’shom vremeni (Caryl Emerson)
  • S. Pushkin. Sochineniia: Kommentirovannoe izdanie (Michael Wachtel)
  • Svetlana Evdokimova and Vladimir Golstein, ed. Dostoevsky beyond Dostoevsky: Science, Religion, Philosophy (Charles Arndt III)
  • Dmitrii Kuz’min. Russkii monostikh: Ocherk istorii i teorii (Barry P. Scherr)
  • Martha M. F. Kelly. Unorthodox Beauty: Russian Modernism and Its New Religious Aesthetic (Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal)
  • Andrei Bely. The Moscow Eccentric (Thomas R. Beyer)
  • Paolo Mancosu. Zhivago’s Secret Journey: From Typescript to Book (Karen Evans-Romaine)
  • Josephine von Zitzewitz. Poetry and the Leningrad Religious-Philosophical Seminar, 1974–1980: Music for a Deaf Age (Sarah Clovis Bishop)
  • Nina Kolesnikoff. Russian Postmodernist Metafiction (Alexandre Gontchar)
  • Iliazd [Ilya Zdanevich].  Rapture (Elizabeth Klosty Beaujour)
  • Nikolai Baitov. Thirty-nine Rooms; Genrikh Sapgir. Psalms 1965–1966 (Ainsley Morse)
  • Sasha Sokolov. Between Dog and Wolf (José Vergara)
  • László Krasznahorkai.  Destruction and Sorrow beneath the Heavens (Lilla Balint)
  • Lorna Fitzsimmons and Michael Denner, ed. Tolstoy on Screen (Diane Nemec Ignashev)
  • Sander Brouwer, ed.  Contested Interpretations of the Past in Polish, Russian, and Ukrainian Film:  Screen as Battlefield (Lisa Di Bartolomeo)
  • Dassia N. Posner. The Director’s Prism:  E. T. A. Hoffmann and the Russian Theatrical Avant-Garde (Robert Crane)
  • Constantine Pleshakov. The Crimean Nexus: Putin’s War and the Clash of Civilizations (Thomas J. Garza)
  • Jeffrey Shandler. Shtetl: A Vernacular Intellectual History (Brian Horowitz)
  • Meike Wulf. Shadowlands: Memory and History in Post-Soviet Estonia (Emily D. Johnson)
  • Keely Stauter-Halsted. The Devil’s Chain: Prostitution and Social Control in Partitioned Poland (Colleen Lucey)
  • Michael Wögerbauer, Petr Píša, Petr Šámal, Pavel Janáček et al., ed.  V obecném zájmu: Cenzura a sociální regulace literatury v moderní české kultuře 1749–2014.  2 vols. (Mila Saskova-Pierce)
  • Keith Doubt.  Through the Window: Kinship & Elopement in Bosnia-Herzegovina (Kristin Bidoshi)
  • DeBenedette, Lynne, William J. Comer, Alla Smyslova, and Jonathan Perkins. Mezhdu nami. http://mezhdunami.org/ Classroom Activities and Homework Assignments (Shannon Spasova)