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Petersburg: Crucible of Cultural Revolution

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377pp. 1st ed. 1995. As new. Sticker on front cover has been removed.

One of the most creative periods of Russian culture and the most energized period of the Revolution coincided in the years 1913-1931. During this time both the Party and the intellectuals of Petersburg strove to transform backward Russia. Yet the end result was the Stalinist culture of the 1930s with its purges. Katerina Clark focuses on the complex negotiations among the extraordinary environment of the Revolution, the utopian striving of both politicians and intellectuals, the local culture system, and that broader environment, the arena of contemporary European and American culture.

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Author(s):
Katerina Clark
Condition:
As new
Edition:
1st
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0674663365
ISBN-13:
9780674663367
Publisher:
Harvard University Press

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377pp. 1st ed. 1995. As new. Sticker on front cover has been removed.

One of the most creative periods of Russian culture and the most energized period of the Revolution coincided in the years 1913-1931. During this time both the Party and the intellectuals of Petersburg strove to transform backward Russia. Yet the end result was the Stalinist culture of the 1930s with its purges. Katerina Clark focuses on the complex negotiations among the extraordinary environment of the Revolution, the utopian striving of both politicians and intellectuals, the local culture system, and that broader environment, the arena of contemporary European and American culture.

Author(s):
Katerina Clark
Condition:
As new
Edition:
1st
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0674663365
ISBN-13:
9780674663367
Publisher:
Harvard University Press

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