THE MAN WHO SHOOK HIS FIST AT THE TSAR by JACK ROBERTSON

THE MAN WHO SHOOK HIS FIST AT THE TSAR by JACK ROBERTSON

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Jack Robertson lays out the politics of 19th century Russia in this in-depth study of Alexander Pushkins epic poem The Bronze Horseman. The poem is accessibly translated into English, with Robertson exploring the poems complications through comprehensive research and lucid prose. Painting Pushkin as a serious historian who gave voice to Russian radicals and oppositionists, The Man Who Shook His Fist at the Tsar is an important and timely literary biography with political context.

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