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  • On the Sources of Chekhov’s Journey to Sakhalin

    Chekhov’s awareness of Sakhalin’s problems, as well as his “stylistic misunderstandings” with those writers who had touched upon this topic before, already existed before his 1890 trip. However, both this circumstance and his preparation for the trip have not been examined in detail. It is possible to understand the idea and the structure of Sakhalin Island with the analysis of the Bibliographical List that Chekhov compiled before the trip. The analysis of the list connects the writer’s life ...

    Urban occupations in a siberian city (Tobolsk, 1897)

    The article studies the late 19th-century occupational structure of Tobolsk in the context of other major Siberian cities. Many urban centres were strongholds for governing this huge territory, and Tobolsk was a typical provincial capital in this regard. In the most economically developed Western and Southern Siberian provinces, cities were not only administrative hubs, but also cultural and economic centres. The authors look at how urban populations were distributed among different occupatio...

    On the Trans-Siberian with Sylvester Stallone: National Identity and Brand Identity in Post-socialist Russia

    In our short paper we look at how certain brands in post-socialist Russia appeal to consumers’ patriotism in order to build brand identity. In order to ensure thematic coherence, we restrict our discussion to the alcohol sector. In the first part, we analyse the packaging of certain vodka and brandy brands. Our focus then shifts to beer and specifically the Facebook page of AB-InBev’s ‘Siberian Crown’ brand (entitled ‘The Map of Russian Pride’). Our paper is conceptual, and we use a visual st...

    1667 – a Crucial Year? On the Debates about the “Breakthrough to the Modern Era” of the Moscow Centralized State

    The article deals with the problem of historical periodization, i.e. the problem of dating the transition “from the old Tsardom of Muscovy to the Russian Empire of the early modern period”. The author seeks to find the difference between the periods and events that turn out to be crucial from those which do not and cites a number of facts: the Truce of Andrusovo, L. A. Ordin-Nashchokin’s economic and political reforms, Simeon Polotsky’s innovations in literature and arts, the Schism (Raskol) ...

    The Reception of G. Herwegh’s Personality and Work in Russian Culture: from Revolutionary Pathos to a Scandalous Love Affair

    This paper offers an overview of the perception of work and the evaluation of the personality of 19th century German poet Georg Herwegh. The research demonstrates that the character of perception is determined by the cultural and historical context in the receiving culture, and it is even more so with political poetry that is based on the rhetoric of spiritual edification. The analysis is made with reference to previously unstudied materials, namely, marks and notes from the archive of V. A. ...
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