The Role of Central Asian Poetic and Literary Traditions in the Development of National Ideologies in the Post-Soviet Period The new Bolshevik regime in Petrograd confronted the rising tide of nationalism head on,… Continue reading
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It took James Joyce seven years to write the heroic Gordian burlesque of a novel he called Ulysses. From its inception in Paris in 1914 to its publishing in Paris on Joyce’s fortieth… Continue reading
At the time of the Russian Revolution, Central Asia lay at a crossroads between its past and its future. Most of its land remained sparsely inhabited by the nomadic heirs of the Turkic… Continue reading