The cult of Ivan the terrible in Stalin's Russia

Maureen Perrie

Ivan IV, the 16th century Russian Tsar notorious for his reign of terror, became an unlikely national hero in the Soviet Union during the 1940s. This book traces the development of Ivan's positive image, placing it in the context of Stalin's campaign for patriotism. In addition to historians' images of Ivan, the author examines literary and artistic representations, including Sergei Eisenstein's famous film, banned for its depiction of the tsar which was interpreted as an allegorical criticism of Stalin.

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  • Acknowledgements Chronology of Events in Pre-Revolutionary Russian History List of Abbreviations, Acronyms and Russian Terms Notes on Translation and Personal Names Introduction PROLOGUE Pre-Stalinization: Images of Ivan IV Before 1934 PART I: THE STALINIZATION OF RUSSIAN HISTORY History in the Service of Patriotism, 1934-45: From Hitler's Accession to the Nazi-Soviet Pact, 1934-39 Three Case-studies in Historical Analogy PART II: THE STALINIZATION OF IVAN THE TERRIBLE The First Steps, 1934-9 Wartime and Postwar Historiography, 1940-53 PART III: THREE ARTISTIC REPRESENTATIONS OF IVAN V.I. Kostylev's Novel A.N. Tolstoi's Play S.M. Eisenstein's Film EPILOGUE De-Stalinization: Images of Ivan IV Since 1953 Conclusion Bibliography Index

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書名 The cult of Ivan the terrible in Stalin's Russia
著作者等 Perrie, Maureen
シリーズ名 Studies in Russian & East European history & society
出版元 Palgrave
刊行年月 2001
ページ数 xv, 255 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 0333656849
NCID BA55166141
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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