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The Anglo-Soviet Journal
, January 1974 Issue
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, pp. 3-4 -
by Robert Daglish, pp. 5-11 -
Poetry in the USSR
by Maia Borisova, pp. 12-13 -
by Joseph Noneshvili, pp. 14-17 -
by Maia Borisova, pp. 18-21 -
Science and Philosophy in the Soviet Union
by Paul Feltham, pp. 22-30 -
Gymnastics in the USSR
by James Riordan, pp. 31-37 -
A History of Realism, by Boris Suchkov
--- by J.S. Spink,, pp. 38-39 -
A History of Realism
by Boris Suchkov
Mozart: A Study
by L. Crome, pp. 40-42 -
The Anglo-Soviet Accord, by Richard H. Ullman
--- by Dennis Ogden,, pp. 43-45 -
The Anglo-Soviet Accord
by Richard H. Ullman
Fifty Lessons in Russian, by Nina Potapova
--- by B.M. Kelley,, p. 46 -
Fifty Lessons in Russian
by Nina Potapova
Modernization and Diversity in Soviet Education, by Jaan Pennar, Ivan I. Bakalo,...
--- by D.S. Lane,, p. 47 -
Modernization and Diversity in Soviet Education
by Jaan Pennar, Ivan I. Bakalo, and George ...
Classics of Soviet Satire, by Peter Henry
--- by Dennis Ogden,, pp. 48-50 -
Classics of Soviet Satire
by Peter Henry
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