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Acta Slavica Estonica VI. Studia Russica Helsingiensia et Tartuensia XIV. Russian National Myth in Transition. Tartu, 2014. 300 p.


CONTENTS

Ljubov Kisseljova. Introduction from the Editor          7

Roman Voitekhovich. “The Russian Cold” as Perceived by Europeans in the 15th through 19th Centuries as a Constituent Element of the Russian National Myth          13

Jelena Pogosjan. How to Build a Russian Imperial Iconostasis: Ivan Zarudny and the Navigation of Guidelines and Politics          22

Kirill Ospovat. The (Dis)empowered People: Kingship, Revolt and the Origins of Russian Tragic Drama          38

Alina Bodrova. Rhetoric and Mythology of the 1808–1809 Finnish War in Baratynsky’s Poem Eda          59

Inna Bulkina. The Russian Warrior at a Rendez-vous. The Sources and Reception of Evgeny Baratynsky’s Finnish Poem          79

Timur Guzairov. “Finnish Attitudes toward Russians”: National Narrative, Imperial Politics and the Mechanism of Governance of the Rebellious Borderland (1907–1910)          94

Alexey Vdovin. Formulating the “Russian Idea”: Russian Writers and the Nationalization of Patriotism during the Crimean War (Maikov, Goncharov, Pisemsky)          107

Tatiana Stepanischeva. The Russian National Myth in Export: P. A. Viazemsky’s Lettres d’un vétéran russe de l’année 1812 sur la question d’Orient          121

Ljubov Kisseljova. War Discourse as a Means of Constructing a National Myth (The Crimean War in Pre-Revolutionary Schoolbooks and Popular Literature)          143

Ben Hellman. Tolstoy’s “The Three Bears”: The Metamorphosis of an English Tale into a Russian National Myth          163

Lea Pild. The Artist in N. S. Leskov’s National Myth          174

Maya Kucherskaya. Comrade Leskov: How a Russian Writer was Integrated into the Soviet National Myth          187

Maria Borovikova. “Pity” аs a National-Historical Category in Tsvetaeva’s Poetry          208

Tomi Huttunen. “Not Back to Pushkin, but Forwards Away from Him”: On the Russianness of Russian Imaginism          218

Konstantin Polivanov. Ethnicity and History in Boris Pasternak’s Doctor Zhivago          227

Roman Leibov. Harmonists in the Camp of the Russian Warriors: Once More on the Historical Transformations of the National Literary Canon          241

Andrei Nemzer. The Happiness and Destiny of a Russian Poet: the Story of David Samoilov          256

Name Index          273
Summaries in Estonian          285
About the Contributors          297

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