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Shagi / Steps the Journal of the SASH

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SHAGI/STEPS 8(3)

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Death and utopia, or The inevitable path to dehumanization of the new man

S. G. Maslinskaya
Institute of Russian Literature (The Pushkin House), Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia, St. Petersburg)

DOI: 10.22394/2412-9410-2022-8-3-340-345

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Abstract: A review of: Sokolova, A. (2022). Novomu cheloveku novaia smert? Pokhoronnaia kultura rannego SSSR [A new death for the new man? Funeral culture of the early USSR]. Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie. 436 p. (Ser. Studia religiosa). (In Russian).

To cite this article: Maslinskaya, S. G. (2022). Death and utopia, or The inevitable path to dehumanization of the new man. Shagi/Steps, 8(3), 340345. https:doi.org/10.22394/2412-9410-2022-8-3-340-345. (In Russian).