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  • Kim, Kun-Sun (1992)
    The non-aspectual a-theme is opposed to the imperfectivizing aspectual a-theme in prefixed verbforms, e.g. prodvigal (moved), napeval (sang). For the most part, the non-aspectual a-theme occurs in unprefixed verbforms, ...

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  • Shapiro, Gavriel (1984)
    This dissertation was undertaken in order to examine the relationship between the writings of N. V. Gogol' and Baroque literature. While some scholars labeled elements of Gogol''s writings as "Baroque," a systematic ...

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  • Shapovalov, Veronica (1988)
    Both opponents and admirers of of Mel'nikov-Pecherskii's literary works agree that he gave a precise description of everyday life, religious ceremonies, customs and traditions of Old Believers in the Transvolga district.

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  • Levine, Ilene Rochelle (1983)
    Underlying the wonderfully varied and often delightfully comic oeuvre of Mikhail Afanas'evich Bulgakov (1891-1940) was a stern intent: to examine, protest, and ultimately (particularly in his last, most challenging novel, ...

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  • Ivancin, Michael Walter (1983)
    Aleksej Konstantinovic Tolstoj is, perhaps, Russia's most Romantic poet and, as N. Kotljarevskij wrote in the nineteenth century, its most religious writer. Tolstoj had the hubris to advance a world view, to re-write Dante ...

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