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(Moscow: Institut etnologii i antropologii Akademii nauk, 1992) Chulos, Chris J., 'Myths of the pious or pagan peasant in post-emancipation central Russia (Voronezh province)', RH/HR 22 (1995), 181-216 'Peasant perspectives of clerical debauchery in post-emancipation Russia', Studia Slavica

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