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THE RUSSIAN PEASANT MOVEMENT OF 1905–1907: ITS SOCIAL COMPOSITION AND REVOLUTIONARY SIGNIFICANCE
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE REVOLUTION OF I905 LAY IN THE FACT THAT it represented, for the first time in Russian history, a simultaneous attack on autocracy from all levels of society sectors of theExpand
Uspenskii and Zhivov on Tsar, God, and Pretenders: Semiotics and the Sacralization of the Monarch
Relatively few works on Russian history published in the Soviet Union in the last years of the old regime were translated into English or other Western languages. An important exception was, however,Expand
Ivan the Terrible
Folklore as Evidence of Peasant Mentalite: Social Attitudes and Values in Russian Popular Culture
The study of folklore has recently been elevated from its former lowly status on the margins of undergraduate "language and literature" syllabuses to the very forefront of new approaches to socialExpand
Pretenders and Popular Monarchism in Early Modern Russia: The False Tsars of the Time and Troubles
Introduction Prologue: Tsarevich Dimitry and Boris Godunov Part I. The First False Dimitry 1. The fugitive monk 2. The campaign for the crown 3. The pretender on the throne Part II. Rebels in theExpand
Nationalism and History: The Cult of Ivan the Terrible in Stalin’s Russia
Many commentators have noted a growth of Russian nationalism under Stalin. Two main stages are normally identified in this process. In the 1920s, the victory of Stalin’s slogan of ‘Socialism in oneExpand
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