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M. Kuraev is a prolific writer known for his publications examining various dramatic periods of Russian history. This book is an attempt to place modern inhabitants of St. Petersburg into historical context, to interpret the meaning of the city's multiple namings and renamings, to reconsider the significance of Peter the Great in the history of the city he founded and the country at large, to interpret the recurrent (and particularly modern) evocations of the Tsar's image.
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Book Description Russko-Baltiiskii informatsionnyi tsentr BLITS, 1996. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX5867890422