6 edition of Folklore for Stalin found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 181-187) and index.
|Statement||Frank J. Miller.|
|Series||Studies of the Harriman Institute|
|LC Classifications||GR202 .M48 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 192 p. :|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||90021540|
Book data is near the bottom of the page. Folklore in an interesting period. In the s many Russian folktales were collected and published as permitted under the Tzar's censorship, and the work was carried on till into the s, when Joseph Stalin ("Steelman") took hold of the reins. When you purchase an independently reviewed book through our site, we earn an affiliate commission. STALIN Waiting for Hitler, By Stephen Kotkin Illustrated. 1, pp. Penguin Press. $40 Author: Mark Atwood Lawrence.
The fourth of Kotkin’s turning-points is Lenin’s posting of Stalin to Tsaritsyn (Volgograd, Stalingrad), at the civil war’s southern front in June Stalin’s assignment was a combination of military operations, grain requisitioning for the northern capital and Red Army, and securing Volga region power for the Bolsheviks. Now, Margaret Ziolkowski, a scholar of Russian history and literature addresses the question head on. Subtitled 'Folklore or Fakelore', this volume analyzes the distinction, concentrating primarily on the Soviet epic compositions under Stalin before the Second World War.
existing system of exploitation and oppression. Adopting another view of Stalin means looking at the historic Stalin through the eyes of the oppressed class, through the eyes of the exploited and oppressed. This book is not designed to be a biography File Size: 2MB. He read widely, including books in foreign languages. At his death, his library inclu books. He read history and Marxist philosophy, he read popularized science, he also read fiction voraciously. He read and in his youth he wrote passabl.
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Folklore for Stalin: Russian Folklore and Pseudofolklore of the Stalin Era Frank J. Miller, Frank Justus Miller, David Y. Miller Snippet view - Reviews: 1. After the First Congress of Soviet Writers infolklore, like literature, became an instrument of the political propagandist.
Folklorists devoted considerable efforts to attending to what purported to be a rebirth of the Russian epic tradition, producing works of pseudofolklore that as often as not featured Joseph Stalin in the hero's role.
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Book Description: This anthology offers a rich array of documents, short fiction, poems, songs, plays, movie scripts, comic routines, and folklore to offer a close look at the mass culture that was consumed by millions in Soviet Russia between and Book Description After the First Congress of Soviet Writers infolklore, like literature, became an instrument of the political propagandist.
Folklorists devoted considerable efforts to attending to what purported to be a rebirth of the Russian epic tradition, producing works of pseudofolklore that as often as not featured Joseph Stalin.
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Stalin died Mar. 5,of a cerebral hemorrhage. His body was entombed next to Lenin's in the mausoleum on Red Square in Moscow.
Little is known of Stalin's private life except that he married twice and that both wives died (the second, Nadezhda Sergeyevna Alliluyeva, by suicide in ). Yakov, his son by his first wife, died in Nazi captivity. The introduction of the book is devoted to a discussion of the fundamental theoretical questions regarding the study of folklore.
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Joseph Stalin: bloody tyrant and bookworm The Soviet dictator was a brute but an intellectual. His library was a working one, not for show, and included books. The Last Days of Stalin by Joshua Rubenstein review – an historic opportunity missed More than half of this new book is devoted to Author: Sheila Fitzpatrick.The Cult of Lenin and “Soviet Folklore” mentioning a short book by E.
N. Trubetskoi, and his synopses and translations of "classic" examples of folklore for Stalin, seek to serve as a.The book of Academician Y. M. Sokolov, Russian Folklore, will be of great interest to the American reader and especially useful to students studying the folklore of the Russian people and their culture.
Russian Folklore appeared in its first Soviet edition in .