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Record #141775:

Norden i russisk perspektiv / Jan Brodal.

Title: Norden i russisk perspektiv / Jan Brodal.
Translated title: The North in Russian perspective.
Author(s): Brodal, Jan.
Date: 1996.
Publisher: Tromsø: Ravnetrykk
Language: Norwegian.
In: Ultima Thule. (1996.),
Abstract: Sever means two things to Russians: "our North" including Pomory, and exotic, non-Russian world. Mikhail Lomonosov was from North and he and Old Believer Protopop Avvakum described region in 17th and 18th centuries. Ethnic groups of Russian north are described; also, role of Vikings (Varangians) in founding Kievan Rus. Under Peter the Great Bering and Admiral Bredal could build careers serving Russia. Religious division led to concept of "rotten West", appropriated by Communists. Article describes enduring Russian literature on Scandinavia, and particularly on Finland, which Pushkin described and Solovyev was influenced by. Frontier questions in far North - Pechenga and Pasvik - and Karelia are described. Early eastwards expansion was by peaceful monks and fur traders. Holy men's North became "re-education" region under Communism and its labour camps.
Notes:

In: Ultima Thule / Sigmund Nesset, Helge Salvesen, eds.

Keywords: 1 -- Philosophy.
327 -- International relations.
808.2 -- Russian language.
82 -- Literature.
91(091) -- Exploration, history.
93 -- History.
S -- Literature and Language.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
(*548) -- Scandinavia.
SPRI record no.: 141775

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