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    While screening O’Henry’s short stories The Ransom of Red Chief and The Roads we take, Leonid Gaidai faced a number of challenges, such as: 1) technical – the reconstruction of the «Wild West» spirit and all the paraphernalia, 2) emotional - ridicule and grotesque that are inherent to O’Henry’s works, and 3) linguistic –the rendition of the often exercised by O’Henry discrepancy between literary and spoken genres united in one character; the characteristic south talk, placing oneself geographically;

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    Prostitution was a last resort in order to provide for her family. This being said society itself more or less forces the girls into prostitution and then proceeds to place a stigma on the soiled doves for committing impure acts. In crime and punishment the Russian society forced Sonja into prostitution in order to maintain societal regularities like so many girls before her throughout history. As an altruistic individual, Sonja often puts others lives before her own. She repeatedly chooses to place herself

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    the ending of the Cold War, American and Russian cultural exchanges have started taking shape. While each culture is beginning to share and draw off one another, problems still exist. The problems of translating the language barrier in a post propagandized world have taken their full effect, and are playing heavily on the remnants of Cold War ideologies. By highlighting some problems

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    meaning he likes to chase cats and make decisions without any future thought. The only one who shows moral courage is the author, Mikhail Bulgakov, for having written the book in such a time. He wrote the book to make Russians look at what they were doing from a different angle. The Russians at this time were doing horrendous experiments to test new medicines. Bulgakov wrote the book to show them how silly they looked in other country’s eyes, and that took guts. Sharikov, the dog-human thing, decides

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    Freedom of Religion or Belief in Russia

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    This paper will present freedom of religion or belief in the Russian federation context. It will focus on how religion is practiced in Russia, the relationship between people with different religious practices, tensions cause by differences in religion, and government interventions towards religion and belief. The Russian Federation like any other state constructed laws that regulate freedom of religion and belief. Different state construct different law based on; customary law, statutes, court presidents

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    fertility remains high—the highest among the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)—keeping its population young. The proportion of individuals aged less than seventeen years ranges from 32 percent in Kazakhstan to 48 percent in Tajikistan. Unlike the Russian Federation and other Slavic successor states, where the postretirement population composes over a quarter of the population, in only four administrative regions in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan do retired seniors exceed 10 percent of the population.

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    The adoption of Eastern Orthodoxy by the Slavs marked a new era for the culture of Russia. In the Primary Chronicle we come across many tales that illustrate the transformation from staunch paganism to strict Orthodox Christianity that was adopted by the state. The tale “Vladimir Christianizes Russia” is one such story that glorifies Vladimir’s great triumph in choosing Eastern Orthodoxy and delivering the Slavs to salvation. Through justifying the adoption of Christianity, emphasizing the importance

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    Chechnya and its People

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    Chechnya and its People The ongoing civil war between the semi-autonomous republic of Chechnya and Russia has dramatically caught the attention of the world – a world that perceives the conflict primarily through the distorted lens of Russian propaganda, and the contradicting images of Chechen suffering on the independent media. If the West seems impartial or even indifferent to the Chechen conflict, it is because there is little understanding of this people, of their struggle, or of the vast

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    Operation Barbarossa - Hitler's Russian Offensive The Russians Would never have joined the war if it weren't for the German invasion of 1941 - Operation Barbarossa. This parallels the USA intervention - they only joined because the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbour. Operation Barbarossa commenced on the 22nd June, 1941. Just over 3,000,000 German troops invaded the USSR. Stalin doubted the country ability to perform well on the battlefield since the Finnish War, refused to counteract the Germans

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    Russian Jews

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    Russian Jews To Russian Jews, the synagogue was the center of religion and religion was the most important thing in their lives. The rabbi was their leader, they came to him with every problem they had. Jews were poor, but they all gave tzedakah. It was said that even the poorest Jews could find someone poorer to help and give money to. According to the Jewish religion, tzedakah is one of the most important mitzvahs you can do. The same could be said about the Jewish holidays. They were observed

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