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The Utopia Of Terror

Author: Rory Yeomans
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
ISBN: 1580465455
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Offers a complex consideration of the relationship of mass terror and utopianism under the fascist government of wartime Croatia.

Polish Cinema In A Transnational Context

Author: Ewa Mazierska
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
ISBN: 1580464688
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This volume introduces a novel treatment of Polish cinema by discussing its international reception, performance, co-productions, and subversive émigré auteurs, such as Andrzej Zulawski and Walerian Borowczyk.

Literary Translation And The Idea Of A Minor Romania

Author: Sean Cotter
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
ISBN: 158046436X
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Examines translations by canonical Romanian writers Lucian Blaga, Constantin Noica, and Emil Cioran, arguing that that their works reveal a new, "minor" mode of national identity.

Magnetic North

Author: Tomas Venclova
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
ISBN: 1580465862
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Interweaves Eastern European postwar history, dissidence, and literature to expand our understanding of the significance of this important Lithuanian writer.

Kyiv As Regime City

Author: Martin J. Blackwell
Publisher: University of Rochester Press
ISBN: 9781580465588
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Kyiv as Regime City charts the resettlement of the Ukrainian capital after Nazi occupation, focusing on the efforts of returning Soviet rulers to regain legitimacy within a Moscow-centered regime still attending to the war front. Beginning with the Ukrainian Communists' inability to both purge their capital city of "socially dangerous" people and prevent the arrival of "unorganized" evacuees from the rear, this book chronicles how a socially and ethnically diverse milieu of Kyivans reassembled after many years of violence and terror. While the Ukrainian Communists successfully guarded entry into their privileged, elite ranks and monitored the masses' mood toward their superiors in Moscow, the party failed to conscript a labor force and rebuild housing, leading the Stalin regime to adopt new tactics to legitimize itself among the large Ukrainian and Jewish populations who once again called the city home. Drawing on sources from the once-closed central, regional, and local archives of the former Soviet Union, this study is essential reading for those seeking to understand how the Kremlin reestablished its power in Kyiv, consolidating its regime as the Cold War with the United States began. Martin J. Blackwell is associate professor of history at the University of North Georgia in Dahlonega.

St Edmund King And Martyr

Author: Anthony Paul Bale
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The cult of St Edmund was one of the most important in medieval England, and further afield, as the pieces here show.

Music In The Culture Of Polish Galicia 1772 1914

Author: Jolanta T. Pekacz
Publisher: University Rochester Press
ISBN: 9781580461092
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An examination of the interconnections between popular music and societal conditions in the Austro-Hungarian Empire's Galician region between 1772 and 1917.