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172 Publications
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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 ...

    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...

    Running Around the Vicious Circle: Cold War Images in the Contemporary Russian and American Print Media

    The article presents a comparative stylistic analysis of the political narrative of Russia and the United States during two historical periods: the Cold War (1950–1980) and the year 2015. The authors choose the cognitive theory of narrative analysis as their research methodology. Political narrative is understood as a single story uniting multiple journalistic materials over a certain historical period of up to several decades, reflecting the state ideologywith an arbitrary name, permanent po...

    A free town in the 17th century Russia: Mangazeya on the Taz river (1601 - 1672)

    The article studies the history of Mangazeya, a unique merchant town that was established in the 17th century. The author focuses on a variety of issues: i. e. the relationship of Russian migrants with the local peoples, the attitudes of merchants, the division of power between local and central authorities, as well as the state policy on trade relations with foreign states. The author demonstrates that measures existed that protected the national interests of private merchants and prohibited...

    The Triumph of Autocracy: Alexei Petrovich versus Peter Alexeevich. The Conflict of Fathers and Sons in the Dutch Drama of the 19th century

    The author explores an episode of 18th century Russian history: i.e. the conflict between Peter I and his son Alexei Petrovich, reflected in the plays of Dutch playwrights in the first half of the 19th century. Referring to Peter de Groote, Zar van Rusland of Arent van Halmael, the author describes the peculiarities of the Dutch writer’s understanding of the conflict. The writer focuses on showing the reader the tsar’s inner conflict caused by the necessity to execute his son as a traitor whi...
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