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  • ISBN: 9780253328939
  • ISBN10: 0253328934

Mass Culture in Soviet Russia Tales, Poems, Songs, Movies, Plays, and Folklore, 1917-1953

by Richard Stites

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  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Indiana Univ Pr
  • Publish date: 11/01/1995
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Note: Performances of entries marked with an asterisk are on the accompanying cassette tape.AcknowledgmentsIntroduction by James von GeldernNote on TransliterationI. The Revolution and New Regime, 1917-1927Aleksei Gastev, We Grow Out of Iron (1918)Vladimir Kirillov, The Iron Messiah (1918)Mikhail Gerasimov, We (1919)The War of Kings (1918)Demyan Bedny, Send Off: A Red Army Song (1918)Solemn Oath on Induction into the Worker-Peasant Red Army (1918)Little Apple (1918)Aleksandr Bezymensky, The Young Guard (1918)Larisa Reisner, Letters from the Eastern Front (1918)Pavel Arsky, For the Cause of the Red Soviets (1919)Toward a World Commune (1920)Marietta Shaginyan, Mess-Mend (1923)Kornei Chukovsky, Buzzer-Fly (1924)Mikhail Zoshchenko, The Lady Aristocrat (1923)Dmitry Furmanov, Chapaev (1923)Valentin Kruchinin and Pavel German, The Brick Factory (1920s)*Bublichki (1920s)*Songs of the Underworld (1920s)Vitaly Zhemchuzhny, Evening of Books (1924)Blue Blouse Skit (1924)Vladimir Mayakovsky, Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (1924)Innokenty Zhukov, Voyage of the Red Star Pioneer Troop to Wonderland (1924)A.I. Ulyanova, V.I. Ulyanov (N. Lenin) (1925)Heard in Moscow (1925)K. Podrevsky and B. Fomin, The Long Road (1926)*AnecdotesII. The Stalinist ThirtiesThe Cultural Revolution, 1928-1932Leninist Fairy TalesIvan Zhiga, The Thoughts, Cares, and Deeds of the Workers (1928)Makhnos Bank (Gulyai-Pole) (1930)Shock Brigade of Composers and Poets, Swell the Harvest (1930)Fyodor Panfyorov, Rammed It Through (1930)Vladimir Kirshon, Bread (1930)Mikhail Doroshin, Pavlik Morozov (1933)Shock Workers, The First Cruise (1931)Nikolai Ostrovsky, How the Steel was Tempered (1932-1934)M. Ilin, The Story of the Great Plan (1930)Aleksei Garri, A Storm off Hope (1928)The Stalin White Sea-Baltic Canal (1934)Samuil Marshak, Mister Twister (1933)AnecdotesHigh Stalinism, 1932-1936Gr. Bortnik, Granddaddy Sebastian Went Godless (1934)Sergei Tretyakov, Nine Girls (1935)Anton Makarenko, The Road to Life (1932-1934)Vasily Lebedev-Kumach and Isaac Dunaevsky, March of the Happy-Go-Lucky Guys (1934)*Vasily Lebedev-Kumach and Isaac Dunaevsky, Sportsmans March (1936)*Vasily Lebedev-Kumach and Aleksandr Aleksandrov, Lifes Getting Better (1936)*Aleksei Stakhanov, The Stakhanov Movement Explained (1936)Yury Zhukov and Roza Izmailova, Chronicle of Komsomolsk-on-the-Amur (1937)Pavel German and Yuly Khait, Ever Higher (1920)Radio Speech of K.E. Tsiolkovsky (1935)B. Galin, Valery Chkalov (1937)I.T. Spirin, Dinner at the Pole (1938)Vasily Lebedev-Kumach and Isaac Dunaevsky, Song of the Motherland (1935)*Vadim Kozin, Autumn (1930s)*Mikhail Koltsov, In Praise of Modesty (1936)Sergei Mikhalkov, Uncle Steeple (1935-1939)The Storyteller Korguev, Chapaev (1936)AnecdotesThe Purges and Preparation for War, 1937-1940Marfa Semyonovna Kryukova, Tale of the Pole (1937)Konstantin Fedin, The Living Lenin (1939)An Old Worker of the Bolshevik Factory, I Heard Lenin (1939)Lazar Lagin, Goose Gets a Transfer (1937)Dzhambul Dzhabaev, Narkom Yezhov (1937)Two Purge Poems (1937)Arkady Gaidar, Timur and His Squad (1938)Mikhail Isakovsky and Matvei Blanter, Katyusha (1938)*Vasily Lebedev-0Kumach and the Pokrass Brothers, If Tomorrow Brings War (1938)*Boris Laskin and the Pokrass Brothers, Three Tank Drivers (1937)*Lengend of Voroshilov 91939)History of the C.P.S.U. (Short course) (1939)The Chuvash Peasant and the Eagle (1937)Anatoly DAktil and Isaac Dunaevsky, March of the Enthusiasts (1940)*AncedotesIII. Russia at WarE. Dolmatovsky and M. Blanter, My Beloved (1939)Jerzy Peterburgsky and Yakov Galitsky, The Blue Kerchief (1940)*Konstantin Simonov, Wait for Me (1941)Konstantin Simonov, Smolensk Roads (1941)Aleksei Surkov, Scout Pashkov (1941)Vasily Lebedev-Kumach and Aleksandr Aleksandrov, Holy War (1941)*Pavel Lidov, Tanya (1942)Aleksandr Korneichuk, The Front (1942)Aleksandr Tvardovsky, Vasily Tyorkin (1942-1945)N. Bogoslovsky and V. Agatov, Dark Is the Night (1943)*Olga Berggolts, Conversation with a Neighbor
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