Taras Bulba

References and notes

  1. ^ How Makuha turned into Taras Bulba.
  2. ^ Prokhorov, E.I. (1963). Исторические и фольклорные источники «Тараса Бульбы»: (К творческой истории повести) in Гоголь Н. В. Тарас Бульба (in Russian). Moscow: Издательство Академии наук СССР. pp. 199–217. 
  3. ^ The real Taras Bulba, Tetiana Polishchuk, The Day, October 4, 2005
  4. ^ E. Bojanowska, Nikolai Gogol: Between Ukrainian and Russian Nationalism (2007)
  5. ^ Antisemitism in Literature and in the Arts
  6. ^ Leon Poliakov. The History of Antisemitism. p. 75. Pennsylvania Press.[1]
  7. ^ Mirogorod: Four Tales by N. Gogol, page 89, trans. by David Magarshack. Minerva Press 1962
  8. ^ a b Liudmila Gatagova, "THE CRYSTALLIZATION OF ETHNIC IDENTITY IN THE PROCESS OF MASS ETHNOPHOBIAS IN THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE. (The Second Half of the 19th Century)." CRN E-book
  9. ^ (Polish) Wasilij Szczukin, "Polska i Polacy w literaturze rosyjskiej. Literatura przedmiotu." Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Kraków. See comments by Szczukin to section on literature in the Russian language: "Literatura w języku rosyjskim," pp. 14–22.
  10. ^ Liudmila Gatagova, "The Crystallization of Ethnic Identity...", ACLS American Council of Learned Societies, Internet Archive
  11. ^ a b Vilho Harle, The enemy with a thousand faces: the tradition of the other in western political thought and history. 1989, Greenwood Publishing Group, 2000, 218 pages, ISBN 0-275-96141-9

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