By Linda Edmondson
This e-book charts the altering points of gender in Russia's cultural and social heritage from the overdue seventeenth century to the cave in of the Soviet Union. The essays, whereas targeting girls as a prime topic, spotlight the development of either femininity and masculinity in a tradition that has gone through significant transformation and disruptions over the interval of 3 centuries.
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Rozhdestvenskaya (St Petersburg, 1994) p. 104; quotation here from Domostroi: Rules for Russian Households in the Time of Ivan the Terrible, ed. and trans. C. J. Pouncy (Ithaca, 1994) p. 124. On representations of virtuous women in the pre-Petrine era, see Pushkareva, Zhenshchina v Drevnei Rusi, pp. 101–2; M. Ziolkowski, ‘Women in Old Russian Literature’, in T. Clyman and D. Greene (eds), Women Writers in Russian Literature (Westport, Connecticut, 1994) pp. 1–15; and R. McKenzie, ‘Women in Seventeenth-Century Russian Literature’, in R.
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