The Satirical Journals of the First Russian Revolution, 1905-1907: A Brief Introduction

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The Satirical Journals of the First Russian Revolution, 1905-1907: A Brief Introduction

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References

1)

Richard PipesThe Russian Revolution (New York: Alfred A. Knopf1990) p. 25.

7)

See N. Vinogradov“Satira i iumor v 1905-1907 gg. Bibliograficheskii ukazatel’,” Bibliograficheskie izvestiiaNos. 3-4 (1916) p. 123; S. Isakov 1905 v satire i karikature (Leningrad: Priboi 1928) p. 53. For more on the economic aspect of publishing revolutionary satirical journals in 1905-1906 Russia see Oleg Minin “The Value of the Liberated Word: The Russian Satirical Press of 1905 and the Theory of Cultural Production” Russian Review Vol. 70 No. 2 (2011) pp. 215-233.

8)

William RichardsonZolotoe runo and Russian Modernism: 1905-1910 (Ann Arbor: Ardis1986) p. 184.

9)

Ibid. p. 185.

10)

See Louise McReynolds“The Russian Intelligentsia in the Public Sphere: The Mass-Circulation Press and Political Culture, 1860-1917,” The Communication Review 1.1 (1995): 83-100.

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