3 edition of Nine Soviet Portraits found in the catalog.
Nine Soviet Portraits
Raymond A. Bauer
April 15, 1959
by The MIT Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||190|
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Nine Soviet Portraits is a study of how these individuals live in a totalitarian society, of the mechanisms of accommodation which they adopt in an almost impossible situation. This book introduces to the general reader some of the basic social and psychological dynamics of Soviet society.
Nine Soviet Portraits is a study of how these individuals live in a totalitarian society, of the mechanisms of accommodation which they adopt in an almost impossible situation. This book introduces to the general reader some of the basic social and psychological dynamics of Soviet by: 2.
Nine Soviet portraits. [Cambridge] Published jointly by the Technology Press of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Wiley, New York  (OCoLC) Online version: Bauer, Raymond Augustine, Nine Soviet portraits. [Cambridge] Published jointly by the Technology Press of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Wiley, New York.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. published by the M.I.T. Press, Cambridge, Mass. Description: xi, pages, 8. Nine Soviet Portraits by Raymond A.
Bauer,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1). The scholarly and readable Nine Soviet Portraits, by Raymond A. Bauer, author of an earlier book in the same field, The New Man in Soviet Psychology, is by far the best.
Bauer uses the fictional form to image the lives of nine typical Soviet citizens: a factory manager, doctor, secret police agent, student, tractor driver, creative artist, housewife, woman collective farmer, and party.
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Item # Ca. Forty-nine loose gelatin silver prints from ca. 13x18 cm 5 ¼ x 7 in to ca. 10,5x16 cm 4 ¼ x 6 ¼ in. Seven photos captioned and/or numbered in Russian on verso. A couple of photos with minor small corners creases, one with a corner chip, but overall a very good sting collection of early vivid photo views and scenes of Soviet Turkmenistan taken a.
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Anatol Shulkin, American, born Russia, -A set of nine life portraits of the Soviet delegation to the Dumbarton Oaks Conference, all graphite on paper, most hand-signed by the subject with the location and date, most also signed by Shulkin, some dated dated Subjects include Andrei A.
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Lev Ozerov’s Portraits Without Frames offers fifty shrewd and moving glimpses into the lives of Soviet writers, composers, and artists caught between the demands of art and politics. Some of the subjects—like Anna Akhmatova, Isaac Babel, Andrey Platonov, and Dmitry Shostakovich—are well-known, others less : New York Review Books.