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“Путевые заметки” русских офицеров в кампанию 1829 г. в европейской Турции: “чужой мир” и его восприятие (на примере воспоминаний А. И. Михайловского-Данилевского и Ф. Ф. Торнау)

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image of Canadian-American Slavic Studies

In the article “image of other” in perception of the Russian officers - participants of the Russian-Turkish war 1828-1829 are analysed. Basic informative constituents are selected in their flashbacks. A conclusion is done, that perception of population of osman domains and his way of life depended on cultural stereotypes and terms of service of memorialists.

Affiliations: 1: Харьковский национальный педагогический университет имени Г. С. Сковороды, Email:, URL:


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