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|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Wayne S Vucinich; John Shelton Curtiss; Stanford University.
|Notes:||"Papers ... from a conference on 'The Russian peasant in the nineteenth century, ' sponsored by the Faculty Seminar on East European Studies at Stanford University and held on December 2-3, 1966."|
|Description:||xx, 314 pages 24 cm|
|Contents:||The peasant way of life, by M. Matossian. --
The peasant and the emancipation, by T. Emmons. --
The peasant and religion, by D.W. Treadgold. --
The peasant and the army, by J.S. Curtiss. --
The peasant and the village commune, by F.M. Watters. --
The peasant and the factory, by R.E. Zelnik. --
The peasant in nineteenth-century historiography, by M.B. Petrovich. --
The peasant in literature, by D. Fanger. --
Afterword: The problem of the peasant, by N.V. Riasanovsky.
|Responsibility:||edited by Wayne S. Vucinich. Contributors: John S. Curtiss [and others].|