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Volume 21 Issue 6 (Russia, China and Eurasia - Social, Historical and Cultural Issues) $150.00
1. Myths, Maths and International Brands (Nicholas Ermochkine and Peter Iglikowski)pp. 487-497

2. Drowning by Numbers: Vodka Goes West (Nicholas Ermochkine and Peter Iglikowski) pp. 499-514

3. Glossary of Vodka Terms (Nicholas Ermochkine and Peter Iglikowski) pp. 515-522

4. The First Quarter of the Nineteenth Century: The Regeneration of Russia (Sonia Howe)pp. 523-545

5. The Interregnum and the Decembrist Conspiracy (November 24 to December 14, 1825) (Sonia Howe) pp. 547-552

6. The Rule of Nicholas I (1825-1855) (Sonia Howe) pp. 553-567

7. Conclusions of Russian Literature (Maurice Baring)pp. 569-571

8. Chronological Table of Russian Literature (Maurice Baring) pp. 573-574

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