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Fri Mar 21 17:11:31 2014 UTClccn-n960559500.00Chekhov and other essays /0.511.00The Third Section: a study of political police activity in Russia during the reign of Nicholas I39463501n 960559504094400lccn-n80126319Mandelʹshtam, Osip1891-1938lccn-n79029930Dostoyevsky, Fyodor1821-1881nc-soviet union$department politsiiSoviet UnionDepartment polit︠s︡iilccn-n50054380Raffel, Burtontrllccn-no2005093793Burago, Allatrllccn-no96010965Kaganov, G. Z.(Grigoriĭ Zosimovich)lccn-n98110597Krupala, Jennifer Greene1967-edtlccn-nr97003348Punin, N. N.(Nikolaĭ Nikolaevich)lccn-n87809299Stanton, Leonard J.lccn-n81005934Miller, Robin Feuer1947-Monas, SidneyFictionPsychological fictionHistoryPersonal narratives‡vRussianPersonal narrativesCriticism, interpretation, etcArtDiariesBiographyGraphic novelsRussia (Federation)--Saint PetersburgRussiaMurderPsychological fictionSoviet UnionRussia (Federation)Dostoyevsky, Fyodor,MysteryPrestuplenie i nakazanie (Dostoyevsky, Fyodor)Crime--Psychological aspectsSocial historyCensorshipPolitical scienceDetective and mystery storiesRussian literatureMandelʹshtam, Osip,CrimeShklovskiĭ, Viktor,World War (1914-1918)Russian fictionSecret serviceManners and customsConscienceIntellectual lifeSolovyov, Vladimir Sergeyevich,Skovoroda, Hryhoriĭ Savych,PhilosophyChekhov, Anton Pavlovich,HistoriographyStudentsArtArt, RussianSpace (Architecture) in artPsychological fiction, RussianGuiltArt criticsCriminalsPunin, N. N.--(Nikolaĭ Nikolaevich)AntisemitismEthnic relationsHistorical materialismLiteraturePunishmentRussia.--Armii︠a︡SoldiersMurderers--PsychologyFictionZoshchenko, Mikhail,Popular literatureMurder--Psychological aspects1924195519611962196619671968197019711972197319741975197619771979198019821984199319971999200020022004200637014288891.733PG3326ocn003232573ocn468724914ocn760664332ocn464493480ocn440617524ocn468708207ocn468708214ocn798633388ocn798978339ocn185700790ocn7574180108647ocn003232573book19680.24Dostoyevsky, FyodorCrime and punishmentHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcComic books, strips, etcFictionPsychological fictionDetective and mystery storiesGraphic novelsRaskolnikov commits murder. He then must deal both with the police, and his own guilty conscience. Determined to overreach his humanity and assert his untrammelled individual will, Raskolnikov, an impoverished student living in the St. Petersburg of the Tsars, commits an act of murder and theft and sets into motion a story which, for its excrutiating suspense, its atmospheric vividness, and its profundity of characterization and vision, is almost unequaled in the literatures of the world. The best known of Dostoevsky's masterpieces, Crime and Punishment can bear any amount of rereading without losing a drop of its power over our imagination+-+466534102585314ocn030303450book19610.56Monas, SidneyThe Third Section; police and society in Russia under Nicholas IDotyczy m. in. Polski5954ocn000606210book19730.53Mandelʹshtam, OsipComplete poetry of Osip Emilevich Mandelstam5722ocn002331489book19770.56Mandelʹshtam, OsipOsip Mandelstam, selected essaysCriticism, interpretation, etc2783ocn034933637book19970.79Kaganov, G. ZImages of space : St. Petersburg in the visual and verbal artsArtInterpreting the unique space of Petersburg since its founding in Russian and Soviet art, this richly illustrated book analyzes the changes of "spatial conception" that were inwardly linked with the development of Russian culture and that manifested themselves in poetry and prose, in architecture and fashion, in interior design and painting+-+77927295352552ocn040533841book19990.76Punin, N. NThe diaries of Nikolay Punin : 1904-1953Diaries"The Punin diaries contain vivid and dramatic scenes from the 1905 Revolution, World War I in Russia, the 1917 Revolutions, World War II and Stalinist oppression, imaginatively perceived by a talented man who lived to tell the tale. Together with the editors introductions on Punin and Russian Futurism and Punin and Akhmatova, the diaries broaden our understanding of the Modernist movement in art and culture and the central, though unjustly overlooked, place that Punin occupies within it."--BOOK JACKET+-+94301274751193ocn054001543book19840.59Shklovskiĭ, ViktorA sentimental journey; memoirs, 1917-1922HistoryBiographyPersonal narrativesPersonal narratives Russian"Viktor Shklovsky's A Sentimental Journey, which borrows its title from Laurence Sterne, describes the travels of a bewildered intellectual through Russia, Persia, the Ukraine, and the Caucasus during the period of the Russian Revolution. Valuable as a historical document for its first-hand account of the events during the period of 1917-1922, A Sentimental Journey is also an important experimental literary work - a memoir in the form of a novel." "At times lyrical, disturbing, ironic, and erudite, A Sentimental Journey is a singular book from one of the most recognizable and influential voices of twentieth- century Russian literature."--BOOK JACKET+-+0908329106666ocn011405882book19700.50Amalʹrik, AndreĭWill the Soviet Union survive until 1984?History251ocn039364451book19660.59Shestov, LevChekhov, and other essays193ocn002541619book19620.53Zoshchenko, MikhailScenes from the bathhouse, and other stories of Communist RussiaFiction+-+352515729573ocn500554262book19770.32Mandelʹshtam, OsipSelected EssaysCriticism, interpretation, etc44ocn787381624book19930.84Western and Russian historiography : recent viewsHistory31ocn557706361book19700.47Amalʹrik, AndreĭWill the Soviet Union survive until 1984? With contributions from Henry Kamm and Sidney Monas and three additional letters from Andrei Amalrik33ocn185700790book19930.76Developments in modern historiographyHistory+-+424030888532431ocn491412581book20020.86Rossman, Vadim JosephRussian intellectual antisemitism in the post-Communist era+-+839487853521ocn076994046book19551.00Monas, SidneyThe Third Section: a study of political police activity in Russia during the reign of Nicholas I21ocn059422353book2000Punin, N. NThe diaries of Nikolay Punin : Nicolai PuninDiaries+-+943012747521ocn464382499book19710.56Fuhrmann, Joseph TEssays on Russian intellectual historyHistory22ocn504459947book19620.92Zoshchenko, MikhailScenes from the Bathhouse ... Translated, with an introduction, by Sidney Monas. Stories selected by Marc Slonim21ocn440617524book1966Shestov, LevChekhov and other essays11ocn849351940mix1.00Monas, SidneyMonas, Sidney, papersHistoryArchivesThe Sidney Monas Papers document the academic career of UT Professor Emeritus of History and Slavic Languages primarily from 1960 to 1990 through printed materials like academic journal articles and copies of book chapters, professional correspondence, manuscripts, notes, course material, several photographs, three 3.5" floppy disks, and an audiocassette+-+7792729535+-+7792729535Fri Mar 21 16:06:36 EDT 2014batch15463