Index
Abolitionism, 47–48
Actors and acting, 8, 27, 32–33, 50,
84, 85, 264–81
Adonais, 285
Aeschylus, 155
Afanasev, Alexander, 45
Affektenlehre, 28
Afinogenov, Alexander, 182, 188, 203
Agitsudy. See Courtroom dramas;
Temperance drama
Akhmadulina, Bella, 308
Akhmatova, Anna, 287, 293–97, 303,
308
Aksakov, Sergei, 32
Aksënov, Vasily, 303
Alcohol and alcoholism, 16–17, 117,
121, 141, 142, 152–71, 181, 184, 288;
morality of, 154, 187; violence
with, 161, 164, 165, 187, 288
Alekseev, Mikhail, 295
Alexander I, 28, 29, 30
Alexander II, 65, 74
Alterity (the ‘‘Other’’), 58–59, 61,
72–73
Amfiteatrov, Alexander, 106
Amherst, J. H., 56
Amori, Count (pseudonym for
Ippolit Rapgof ), 15–16, 99–122
Andrei Rublev, 234
Anti-semitism, 80, 120, 121. See also
Jews
Aranovich, Semeon, 296, 301
Aristocracy. See Noble elite
Aristotle, 39
Arnold, Iury, 38, 39
Artsybashev, Mikhail, 100–101
Astrakhan, 38
At 6 p.m. after the War, 214
Audience, 6–7, 8–10, 11, 14, 16, 26–
27, 30, 32, 38, 48, 49, 85, 102–4,
154–55, 163–65, 169, 197–202, 239,
250, 253, 267, 270–71, 274–75,
289–90, 295, 303, 307; elite, 30,
47–49, 55; intelligentsia, 104, 287–
307; mass, 34, 55, 83, 104, 152, 154,
159, 163; men, 276; middle-class,
31, 81–96, 104; peasants, 153–54,
197; women, 10–11, 26, 83, 95–96,
127, 128, 133, 209, 274; workers,
152–54, 197
Autocracy, 128–29, 138, 146
Averbakh, L., 203
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 219
Balagan, 157, 170
Ballet, 37
Baudouin d’Aubigny, J. M. T., 40
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