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Polish Literature
and the Holocaust:
Eyewitness Testimonies,
1942–1947
 
 
 
 
Rachel Feldhay Brenner

Northwestern University
Press
ISBN: 9780810139817
184 pages
June 2019
120.00 EUR
 
 
Daughter
of the Cold War
 
 
 
 
 
 
Grace Kennan  Warnecke

University of Pittsburgh
Press
ISBN: 9780822945208
212 pages
April 2018
30.00 EUR
 
 
Made Under Pressure:
Literary Translation in
the Soviet Union,
1960-1991
 
 
 
 
Natalia Kamovnikova
 
University of Massachusetts
Press
ISBN: 9781625343406
272 pages
April 2019
108.00 EUR
 
 
Unintended Affinities:
German and Polish
Nineteenth-Century
Historians on the
HolyRoman Empire
and the Polish-Lithuanian
Commonwealth
 
Adam Kozuchowski
 
University of Pittsburgh
Press
ISBN: 9780822965718
256 pages
April 2019
54.00 EUR
 
 
The Poetry and Poetics 
of Olga Sedakova:
Origins, Philosophies,
Points of Contention
 
 
Stephanie Sandler,
Maria Khotimsky,
Margarita Krimmel,
Oleg Novikov
 
University of Wisconsin
Press
ISBN: 9780299320102
376 pages
March 2019
89.00 EUR
 
 
Hungarian Religion,Romanian
Blood: A Minority's 
Struggle forNational
Belonging, 1920-1945
 
 
R. Chris Davis
 
 
 
 
University of Wisconsin
Press
ISBN: 9780299316402
272 page
 January 2019
89.00 EUR
 
 
Everything Has Already 
Been Written:
Moscow Conceptualist
Poetryand Performance
 
 
Gerald Janecek
 
 
 
 
Northwestern University
Press
ISBN: 9780810139015
312 pages
January 2019
48.00 EUR
 
 
Folklore in Baltic
History: Resistance and
Resurgence
 
 
 
Sadhana Naithani
 
 
 
 
University Press
of Mississippi
ISBN: 9781496823564
80 pages
March 2019
110.00 EUR
 

 

 

 
 
 
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