Speaking in tongues: language culture, literature, and language of state in early Soviet Russia, 1921-1934
Stanford University, 1994 - Foreign Language Study - 388 pages
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Andrei Platonov authority Babel Bolshevik broader bureaucratic central Chapaev chapter citizens colloquial Communist consciousness contemporary context critics demographic discussion early Soviet Emphasis original factory fellow-travelers fiction Gazeta Gorky Gosizdat Iakubinskii iazyk ideological influence intelligentsia Isaak Babel issue Jakobson khudozhestvennoi Komsomol Krasnaia nov Kul'tura iazyka language culture lazyk Lenin Leon Trotsky linguistic literary language literature masses Maxim Gorky model of public modern Moscow Moscow Linguistics Circle Narkompros narod newspaper organization orientation participation Party party-state party-state model peasantry pechati phrases poetic political popular poshlost pre-revolutionary Programmy proletarian proletarian model proletarian writers prominent public discourse quoted rabkor readers reading Red Army reflected revoliutsionnoi Revolution revolutionary Russian language Russian literature Russian national russkogo iazyka Seifullina sel'kor Selishchev Shafir Shklovskii smychka social socialist society sociolinguistic Soviet Russia stylistic tiskakh ideologii transformation Trotsky TsGALI verbal village Vinokur Volkonskii Voronskii worker and peasant Zadachi zapiski Zhurnalist