1 edition of Russian peasant letters found in the catalog.
Russian peasant letters
Olga Tsuneko Yokoyama
|Statement||Olga T. Yokoyama|
|LC Classifications||PG3292 .Y648 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 258 p. :|
|Number of Pages||258|
|LC Control Number||2010416090|
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Russian Peasant Letters: Life and Times of a 19th-century Family 1., Aufl. Edition. Russian Peasant Letters: Life and Times of a 19th-century Family.
1., Aufl. Edition. by Olga T Yokoyama (Author) ISBN Author: Olga Tsuneko Yokoyama. The accompanying detailed commentaries, based on meticulous archival research, recreate these peasants' social, cultural, and economic milieu.
The family's letters thus document the complex changes that led to upward mobility in an era that saw the rapid growth of capitalism and urbanization during late imperial Russia.
Genre/Form: Personal correspondence Correspondence: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Yokoyama, Olga Tsuneko. Russian peasant letters. Wiesbaden. The original letters, authored by members of a single peasant family, are located at the Tyumén’ branch of the Russian State Archive, in the Western Siberian capital of Tyumén’ Province (oblast’).
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