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Record #214659:

Под Вой пурги: Самоедская школа на Новой Земле

Title: Под Вой пурги: Самоедская школа на Новой Земле
Title, transliterated: Pod Voĭ purgi: Samoedskai︠a︡ shkola na Novoĭ Zemle / Timofeĭ Sinit︠s︡yn.
Translated title: Pod Voy purgi: Samoyed school on Novaya Zemlya.
Author(s): Sinit︠s︡yn, Timofeĭ.
Date: 1994.
Language: Russian.
In: Severnye Prostory. (1994.), Vol. 6 (1994)
Abstract: Describes daily life of first Nenets boarding school on Novaya Zemlya by teacher and writer Pelya Punukh (Timofey Sinitsyn) in 1925. Preceded by article on Punukh's life, regarded as founder of Nenets theme in literature, on occasion of centenary of his birth.
Notes:

Severnye Prostory. Vol. 6 :23-29 (1994).

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Nentsy.
392 -- Social customs.
394 -- Social life.
376 -- Education, special.
371.62 -- School buildings and facilities.
371.212 -- Pupils.
92 -- Biographies: Punukh,Pelya (Sinitsyn, Timofey).
82 -- Literature.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*50) -- Soviet Union.
(*526) -- Novaya Zemlya.
SPRI record no.: 214659

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