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Interpreting the Russian Revolution: The Language and Symbols of 1917

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The authors examine the diverse ways that language and other symbols--including flags and emblems, public rituals, songs, and codes of dress--were ... Show synopsis

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Pawel

excellent epilogue to People's Tragedy.

by Pawel on Apr 22, 2010

I recommend first reading Orlando Figes' excellent book The Russian Revolution : A people's Tragedy to which this book is an excellent epilogue (true, sometimes a bit too detailed). Then start reading the Soviet novels mentioned in the People's Tragedy. Russian friends often told me I could never ... More

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