Oxford Slavonic Papers: New Series Volume XXXI (1998) by C. M. MacRobert

Oxford Slavonic Papers: New Series Volume XXXI (1998)

EditorC. M. MacRobert, G. S. Smith, G. C. Stone

Hardcover | December 1, 1998

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The Oxford Slavonic Papers contain original contributions and documents relating to the languages, literatures, culture, and history of Russia and other Slavonic countries. Volume XXXI includes the reproduction of four black and white plates illustrating a selection of letters by D. S.Mirsky.

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C. M. MacRobert is at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. G. S. Smith is at University of Oxford.
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Title:Oxford Slavonic Papers: New Series Volume XXXI (1998)Format:HardcoverPublished:December 1, 1998Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198159668

ISBN - 13:9780198159667

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The Publications of Sir Dimitri Obolensky, compiled by D. L. L. HowellsJonathan Shepard: The Khazars' Formal Adoption of Judaism and Byzantium's Northern PolicyDonald Ostrowski: Towards Establishing the Canon of Nil Sorsky's WorkR. H. P. Gray: The Golitsyn and Kushelev-Bezborodko Collections and their Role in the Evolution of Public Art Galleries in RussiaGalin Tihanov: Nikolay Bakhtin: Two Letters to Mikhail Lopatto (1924) and an Autobiographical FragmentSimon Franklin: New Light on a Poem by Anna Akhmatova? Notes on the Textology of RecollectionGregory Walker: Theses in Slavonic Studies Approved for Higher Degrees by British Universities, 1922-1996