A handbook of Slavic studies.

Cambridge, Harvard Univ. Press, 1949.

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Subjects Civilización eslava.
Czech literature.
Czechoslovakia -- History.
Europe, Balkan Peninsula -- History.
Literatura eslava -- Historia y crítica.
Poland -- History -- 1918-1945.
Polish literature.
Russia -- History.
Russian literature.
Slavic countries -- Study and teaching.
Slavic studies.
Slawische Sprachen.
Sorbian literature.
Sorbs -- Germany.
U.S.S.R. -- History.
Description xxi, 753 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1949.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Summary A collection of articles on Slavic history, literature, linguistics and chronology. Includes articles on Russia, Poland, Czechoslovakia, the Balkan states each with bibliographies of English and western European sources.
Contents A general approach to Slavic studies / Leonid I. Strakhovsky -- Slavic origins and migrations / Samuel Hazzard Cross -- Primitive Slavic culture / Samuel Hazzard Cross -- Slavic linguistics / Alfred Senn -- Kievan Russia / Stuart R. Tompkins -- Medieval Poland / Oscar Halecki -- Medieval Bohemia / S. Harrison Thomson -- The Sorbs (or Wends) of Lusatia / S. Harrison Thomson -- The Balkan Slavs in the Middle Ages / Cyril E. Black -- Moscovite Russia / George V. Lantzeff -- Modern Poland until the partitions (1506-1795) / Oscar Halecki -- Bohemia under the Habsburgs / Henry F. Schwarz -- The liberation of the Balkan Slavs / Dwight E. Lee -- Imperial Russia / Leonid I. Strakhovsky -- Partitioned Poland (1795-1918) / Oscar Halecki -- The Ukraine / Oliver J. Frederiksen -- Russian literature from its origins to 1880 / Samuel Hazzard Cross -- Russian literature from 1880 to 1917 / Oleg Maslenikov -- Polish literature / Francis J. Whitfield -- Czech and Slovak literature / Otto Rádl -- The literature of the Balkan Slavs / Clarence A. Manning -- Lusatian literature / Clarence A. Manning -- Soviet Russian literature / Ernest J. Simmons -- Contemporary Poland / Oscar Halecki -- Czechoslovakia / Josef Hanč -- Bulgaria and Yugoslavia / Dwight E. Lee -- The Soviet Union / Jesse D. Clarkson -- Comparative chronology / Leonid I. Strakhovsky.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)406074
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WorldCat Identities Strakhovsky, Leonid Ivan, 1898-1963,
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