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Dictatorships of Unambiguity

Cultural Transfer from Europe to Russia and the Soviet Union, 1861-1953

In his recently published book 'Gruzinskii al'bom ('Georgian album'), the Russian writer Andrej Bitow wrote: 'It is only in Russia that one can be homesick without leaving the country. A great advantage.'1 He also could have said that one does not need to leave Russia in order to be a stranger, since the one who feels like a stranger is homesick. Nowadays, we do not have to leave Germany or Great Britain to be homesick. Being a stranger has become second nature to us. Ambivalence is an integral part of our lives. The order of the other remains alien, but it is no longer a 'wrong' or irrational order that needs to be eliminated. We can live with difference.

Dictatorships of UnambiguityCultural Transfer from Europe to Russia and the Soviet Union, 1861-1953Jörg Baberowski In his recently published book 'Gruzinskii al'bom ('Georgian album'), the Russian writer Andrej Bitow wrote: 'It is only in Russ
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