Plot Twist: You Can Buy Me Love

Apr. 29, 2017 by

“But to really combat the problem requires the moral regeneration of society.  Perhaps we should pretty much give up on rehabilitating the girls who have already become prostitutes; we won’t

Time Machine is (surprisingly) Not Just an Apple App

Apr. 3, 2017 by

Most people of our time, including Google, think of an Apple application when discussing (or searching) the term “Time Machine.”  However, during the timeframe of the sixties in Soviet Russia,

“In This Way, Literature becomes the Living Memory of a Nation.”

Mar. 27, 2017 by

When the Stalin was taken out of Stalinism, the mold of the Soviet Union began to disintegrate.  This disintegration meant that many elements of the Union that Stalin put into

“If I Want Your Opinion, I’ll Give It to You.”

Feb. 26, 2017 by

“Perhaps the best-documented struggle of the cultural revolution was in literature,” (Freeze, pg.356).  The reason literature became a struggle during 1929 was the shift from creativity to constraints that took

The OG Instagram: Bolshevik Propaganda

Feb. 12, 2017 by

The Bolsheviks were very purposeful with their use of media.  Specifically, the Bolsheviks focused on visual arts to draw in viewers not only to their subject matter, but rather the

The Hidden Voice of Russian Minorities

Jan. 29, 2017 by

Being a minority has prove to be challenging within any nation throughout history.  Russia, considering it’s multi nationality in 1905, had similar obstacles.  “At varying rates and intensity, minority discontent

WWI Prisoners of War within Russia

Jan. 23, 2017 by

During World War I, Russian Prisoners of War, or POWs, were far from unheard of.  In fact, “between the outbreak of the first World War and December 1917, Russia took

Hello world!

Jan. 19, 2017 by

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