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Title Russia in Britain, 1880-1940 [electronic resource] : from melodrama to modernism / edited by Rebecca Beasley and Philip Ross Bullock.
Publication Info Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013.
Edition 1st ed.



Descript xiii, 309 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Edition 1st ed.
Contents Introduction : against influence : on writing about Russian culture in Britain / Rebecca Beasley and Philip Ross Bullock -- "For God, for Czar, for fatherland" : Russians on the British stage from Napoleon to the Great War / Laurence Senelick -- "Nihilists of Castlebar!" : exporting Russian nihilism in the 1880s and the case of Oscar Wilde's Vera; or the nihilists / Michael Newton -- Britain and the international Tolstoyan movement, 1890-1910 / Charlotte Alston -- "For the cause of education" : a history of the Free Russian Library in Whitechapel, 1898-1917 / Robert Henderson -- "Formless", "pretentious", "hideous and revolting" : non-Chekhov Russian and Soviet drama on the British stage / Stuart Young -- Tsar's hall : Russian music in London, 1895-1926 / Philip Ross Bullock -- Le Sacre du printemps in London : the politics of embodied freedom in early modernist dance and suffragette protest / Ramsay Burt -- Russian aesthetics in Britain : Kandinsky, Sadleir, and Rhythm / Caroline Maclean -- Reading Russian : Russian studies and the literary canon / Rebecca Beasley -- The translation of Soviet literature : John Rodker and PresLit / Ian Patterson -- Russia and the British intellectuals : the significance of The Stalin-Wells talk / Matthew Taunton -- The tempo of revolution : British film culture and Soviet cinema in the 1920s / Laura Marcus -- Soviet films and British intelligence in the 1930s : the case of Kino Films and MI5 / James Smith -- Afterword : a time and a place for everything : on Russia, Britain, and being modern / Ken Hirschkop.
Note .
ISBN 9780199660865 (hbk.)
0199660867 (hbk.)
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Subject English literature -- Russian influences.
English literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Russian literature -- Appreciation -- Great Britain.
Modernism (Literature) -- Great Britain.
Alt author Beasley, Rebecca, 1971-
Bullock, Philip Ross.
Descript xiii, 309 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Edition 1st ed.
Contents Introduction : against influence : on writing about Russian culture in Britain / Rebecca Beasley and Philip Ross Bullock -- "For God, for Czar, for fatherland" : Russians on the British stage from Napoleon to the Great War / Laurence Senelick -- "Nihilists of Castlebar!" : exporting Russian nihilism in the 1880s and the case of Oscar Wilde's Vera; or the nihilists / Michael Newton -- Britain and the international Tolstoyan movement, 1890-1910 / Charlotte Alston -- "For the cause of education" : a history of the Free Russian Library in Whitechapel, 1898-1917 / Robert Henderson -- "Formless", "pretentious", "hideous and revolting" : non-Chekhov Russian and Soviet drama on the British stage / Stuart Young -- Tsar's hall : Russian music in London, 1895-1926 / Philip Ross Bullock -- Le Sacre du printemps in London : the politics of embodied freedom in early modernist dance and suffragette protest / Ramsay Burt -- Russian aesthetics in Britain : Kandinsky, Sadleir, and Rhythm / Caroline Maclean -- Reading Russian : Russian studies and the literary canon / Rebecca Beasley -- The translation of Soviet literature : John Rodker and PresLit / Ian Patterson -- Russia and the British intellectuals : the significance of The Stalin-Wells talk / Matthew Taunton -- The tempo of revolution : British film culture and Soviet cinema in the 1920s / Laura Marcus -- Soviet films and British intelligence in the 1930s : the case of Kino Films and MI5 / James Smith -- Afterword : a time and a place for everything : on Russia, Britain, and being modern / Ken Hirschkop.
Note .
ISBN 9780199660865 (hbk.)
0199660867 (hbk.)
Subject English literature -- Russian influences.
English literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Russian literature -- Appreciation -- Great Britain.
Modernism (Literature) -- Great Britain.
Alt author Beasley, Rebecca, 1971-
Bullock, Philip Ross.

Subject English literature -- Russian influences.
English literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Russian literature -- Appreciation -- Great Britain.
Modernism (Literature) -- Great Britain.
Descript xiii, 309 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents Introduction : against influence : on writing about Russian culture in Britain / Rebecca Beasley and Philip Ross Bullock -- "For God, for Czar, for fatherland" : Russians on the British stage from Napoleon to the Great War / Laurence Senelick -- "Nihilists of Castlebar!" : exporting Russian nihilism in the 1880s and the case of Oscar Wilde's Vera; or the nihilists / Michael Newton -- Britain and the international Tolstoyan movement, 1890-1910 / Charlotte Alston -- "For the cause of education" : a history of the Free Russian Library in Whitechapel, 1898-1917 / Robert Henderson -- "Formless", "pretentious", "hideous and revolting" : non-Chekhov Russian and Soviet drama on the British stage / Stuart Young -- Tsar's hall : Russian music in London, 1895-1926 / Philip Ross Bullock -- Le Sacre du printemps in London : the politics of embodied freedom in early modernist dance and suffragette protest / Ramsay Burt -- Russian aesthetics in Britain : Kandinsky, Sadleir, and Rhythm / Caroline Maclean -- Reading Russian : Russian studies and the literary canon / Rebecca Beasley -- The translation of Soviet literature : John Rodker and PresLit / Ian Patterson -- Russia and the British intellectuals : the significance of The Stalin-Wells talk / Matthew Taunton -- The tempo of revolution : British film culture and Soviet cinema in the 1920s / Laura Marcus -- Soviet films and British intelligence in the 1930s : the case of Kino Films and MI5 / James Smith -- Afterword : a time and a place for everything : on Russia, Britain, and being modern / Ken Hirschkop.
Note .
Alt author Beasley, Rebecca, 1971-
Bullock, Philip Ross.
ISBN 9780199660865 (hbk.)
0199660867 (hbk.)

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