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Consuming Russia: Popular Culture, Sex and Society since Gorbachev

’Saying Lenin and Meaning Party’: Subversion and Laughter in Late Soviet Society

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Kylova, A,
1998

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1998

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243 / 265

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Duke University Press
 

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Kylova, A, . (1998). ’Saying Lenin and Meaning Party’: Subversion and Laughter in Late Soviet Society. In A. Barker & S. Ramet (Eds.), Consuming Russia: Popular Culture, Sex and Society since Gorbachev (pp. 243–265). Duke University Press.
Kylova, A, Evgeny. “’Saying Lenin and Meaning Party’: Subversion and Laughter in Late Soviet Society.” In Consuming Russia: Popular Culture, Sex and Society since Gorbachev, edited by A. Barker and S. Ramet, 243–65. Duke University Press, 1998.
Kylova, A. ’Saying Lenin and Meaning Party’: Subversion and Laughter in Late Soviet Society. In: Barker A, Ramet S, editors. Consuming Russia: Popular Culture, Sex and Society since Gorbachev. Duke University Press; 1998. p. 243–65.
Kylova, A, Evgeny. “’Saying Lenin and Meaning Party’: Subversion and Laughter in Late Soviet Society.” Consuming Russia: Popular Culture, Sex and Society since Gorbachev, edited by A. Barker and S. Ramet, Duke University Press, 1998, pp. 243–65.
Kylova, A. ’Saying Lenin and Meaning Party’: Subversion and Laughter in Late Soviet Society. In: Barker A, Ramet S, editors. Consuming Russia: Popular Culture, Sex and Society since Gorbachev. Duke University Press; 1998. p. 243–265.

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1998

Start / End Page

243 / 265

Publisher

Duke University Press