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Murder Most Russian

Author : Louise McReynolds
ISBN : 9780801465468
Genre : History
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How a society defines crimes and prosecutes criminals illuminates its cultural values, social norms, and political expectations. In Murder Most Russian, Louise McReynolds draws on a fascinating series of murders and subsequent trials that took place in the wake of the 1864 legal reforms enacted by Tsar Alexander II. For the first time in Russian history, the accused were placed in the hands of juries of common citizens in courtrooms that were open to the press. Drawing on a wide array of sources, McReynolds reconstructs murders that gripped Russian society, from the case of Andrei Gilevich, who advertised for a personal secretary and beheaded the respondent as a way of perpetrating insurance fraud, to the beating death of Marianna Time at the hands of two young aristocrats who hoped to steal her diamond earrings. As McReynolds shows, newspapers covered such trials extensively, transforming the courtroom into the most public site in Russia for deliberation about legality and justice. To understand the cultural and social consequences of murder in late imperial Russia, she analyzes the discussions that arose among the emergent professional criminologists, defense attorneys, and expert forensic witnesses about what made a defendant’s behavior "criminal." She also deftly connects real criminal trials to the burgeoning literary genre of crime fiction and fruitfully compares the Russian case to examples of crimes both from Western Europe and the United States in this period. Murder Most Russian will appeal not only to readers interested in Russian culture and true crime but also to historians who study criminology, urbanization, the role of the social sciences in forging the modern state, evolving notions of the self and the psyche, the instability of gender norms, and sensationalism in the modern media.

How Russia Learned To Talk

Author : Stephen Lovell
ISBN : 9780199546428
Genre : History
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Russia in the late nineteenth century may have been an autocracy, but it was far from silent. In the 1860s, new venues for public speech sprang up: local and municipal assemblies, the courtroom, and universities and learned societies. Theatre became more lively and vernacular, while the Orthodox Church exhorted its priests to become better preachers. Although the tsarist government attempted to restrain Russia's emerging orators, the empire was entering an era of vigorous modern politics. All the while, the spoken word was amplified by the written: the new institutions of the 1860s brought with them the adoption of stenography. Russian political culture reached a new peak of intensity with the 1905 revolution and the creation of a parliament, the State Duma, whose debates were printed in the major newspapers. Sometimes considered a failure as a legislative body, the Duma was a formidable school of modern political rhetoric. It was followed by the cacophonous freedom of 1917, when Aleksandr Kerensky, dubbed Russia's 'persuader-in-chief', emerged as Russia's leading orator only to see his charisma wane. The Bolsheviks could boast charismatic orators of their own, but after the October Revolution they also turned public speaking into a core ritual of Soviet 'democracy'. The Party's own gatherings remained vigorous (if also sometimes vicious) throughout the 1920s; and here again, the stenographer was in attendance to disseminate proceedings to a public of newspaper readers or Party functionaries. How Russia Learned to Talk offers an entirely new perspective on Russian political culture, showing that the era from Alexander II's Great Reforms to early Stalinism can usefully be seen as a single 'stenographic age'. All Russia's rulers, whether tsars or Bolsheviks, were grappling with the challenges and opportunities of mass politics and modern communications. In the process, they gave a new lease of life to the age-old rhetorical technique of oratory.

The Futurist Files

Author : Iva Glisic
ISBN : 9781501757747
Genre : History
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Dostoevsky As Suicidologist

Author : Amy D Ronner
ISBN : 9781793607829
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Through an analysis of suicide in Fyodor Dostoevsky's writings, Amy D. Ronner illustrates how his implicit awareness of self-homicide pre-figured theories of prominent suicidologists, shaped both his philosophy and craft as a writer, and forged a ligature between artistry and the pluripresent impulse to self-annihilate.

Murder Most Rare

Author : Michael D. Kelleher
ISBN : 0440234735
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Describes seven categories of female serial killers--including the black widow, angel of death, and revenge killer--and explains why personality profiling for these cases is almost impossible, making homicide investigations so difficult.

Murder Most Scottish

Author : Stefan R. Dziemianowicz
ISBN : 0760750467
Genre : Scotland
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Report On Business Magazine

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Murder Most Crafty

Author : Maggie Bruce
ISBN : 0425202062
Genre : Fiction
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Blending handicrafts and murder into a delightful collection of whodunits, an anthology of all original short fiction features contributions from Susan Wittig Albert, Monica Ferris, Gillian Roberts, Margaret Maron, Dorothy Cannell, Parnell Hall, Sharan Newman, Judith Kelman, Tim Myers, and other notable authors, accompanied by craft patterns and projects with each story.

Murder Most Irish

Author : Edward Gorman
ISBN : 0760702934
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In this anthology, you'll see all the moods of Ireland on display.

The Pall Mall Budget

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Russian And Soviet Imperialism

Author : James Foote
ISBN : UOM:39015010447962
Genre : Russia
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Russia Eurasia Documents Annual

Author : J. L. Black
ISBN : UOM:39015078327171
Genre : Former Soviet republics
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The Barnes Review

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ISBN : IND:30000100389778
Genre : Conspiracies
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The Virginia Quarterly Review

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ISBN : UCAL:B5289737
Genre : Little magazines
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Russian Literature Triquarterly

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Genre : Russian literature
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The Modern Encyclopedia Of Russian And Soviet History

Author : Joseph L. Wieczynski
ISBN : UOM:39015061651363
Genre : Former Soviet republics
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Business Week

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Napoleon And Russia

Author : Michael Adams
ISBN : UOM:39015067679426
Genre : History
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This is a totally exhaustive book on Napoleon and Russia, which will raise the bar for any other authors that want to write in this field.

Russian Rebels 1600 1800

Author : Paul Avrich
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Genre : Revolutionaries
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Newsnet

Author : American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies
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