Corpus ID: 162744870

Russian Chastushka and Malay Pantun: A Comparative Study

@inproceedings{Pogadaev2008RussianCA,
  title={Russian Chastushka and Malay Pantun: A Comparative Study},
  author={Victor Pogadaev},
  year={2008}
}
In spite of debate and criticism, comparative approach in folklore is useful in appreciating culture of two different countries or societies. This presentation proposes to examine the Russian and Malaya oral lore taking Chastushka and Pantun into consideration. 
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Subversive Songs in Liminal Space: Womenʼs Political Častuški in Post-Soviet Russian Rural Communities
Abstract Women are not known for their political satire, but they do traditionally engage in carnival laughter. During the Soviet period women engaged in political chastushki, which combine bothExpand

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