4 edition of window on Russia found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Maria Di Salvo and Lindsey Hughes.|
|Contributions||Di Salvo, Maria., Hughes, Lindsey, 1949-|
|LC Classifications||DK127 .S773 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 321 p. :|
|Number of Pages||321|
|LC Control Number||96230516|
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By the late 17th century, Russia’s growth was stymied by its lack of access to the sea. The dream of Russia’s young czar, Peter the Great, was to establish for Russia a “window on Europe” in the form of an outlet to the sea.
To the south, access to the Black Sea was blocked by the Ottoman Empire. out of 5 stars Entertaining, exciting; A window into today's Russia based on its colorful past. Reviewed in the United States on Novem Verified Purchase. Poorly edited, although easily read. Reminds me of Follett's Cathedral or early Michener.
The names are difficult to keep track of early on, but with some review, finally kept Cited by: 3. The window was open. Андре́й посмотре́л в окно́. Andrey looked out the window. literal Andrey looked into the window. В мое́й ко́мнате два окна́. There are two windows in my room.
За окно́м на́чался дождь. It started raining outside. literal Rain started behind the window. (i.e. St. Petersburg covers the city's political and social history, as well as its window on Russia book contributions to scholarship, culture, and world politics.
Particular attention is paid to St. Petersburg's frequent role as Russia's key link to the West and modernism, and the relevance of this to present-day Russia as it window on Russia book to become a civil society/5(5).
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Како́е у кни́ги назва́ние. What is the name of the book. Серге́й написа́л две кни́ги по исто́рии Росси́и. Sergey wrote two books on history of Russia. Чьи э́то кни́ги. Э́то мои́ кни́ги. Whose book are these. These are my books. The Russian city of St. Petersburg has long been celebrated as Russia's window onto the West.
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