The Igor’ Tale and the Origins of Conspiracy Theory

in Russian History
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In his 2004 lecture delivered at Harvard, Norman W. Ingham critiques Edward L. Keenan’s controversial book Joseph Dobrovský and the Origins of the Igor’ Tale (Slovo o polku Igoreve) and argues that Keenan’s claims against the poem’s authenticity are not convincing.

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