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- bibliog., index
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Opposition to Autocracy
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Bloggat om Nineteenth-Century Russia
Derek Offord is Professor of History and Head of the Department of Russian Studies at the University of Bristol.
Part 1 The historical setting: the political and social structure - autocracy, nobility and service, serfdom and social backwardness; cultural and intellectual life - Westernization, the intelligentsia. Part 2 Phases of opposition: the age of Alexander I (1801-25) - the fine beginning of Alexander's days, the Decembrist revolt; the age of Nicholas I (1825-55) - Russian culture in the age of Nicholas, Chaadaev's philosophical letter, slavophilism, liberal Westernizers, Belinsky, Herzen, the Petrashevtsy; intellectual revolt (1855-c. 1868) - the effects and aftermath of the Crimean War, conservative nationalist thought in the 1850s and 1860s; Russian liberalism after the Crimean War, radical thought - Chernyshevsky, radical thought - Dobroliubov, Pisarev and the arts, seditious literature and revolutionary groups in the 1860s; the revolutionary movement in the 1870s - radical literature and thought, 1868-73, Lavrov, Bakunin, Tkachov, the going to the people, land and liberty, the people's will, 1879-81; opposition after 1881 - Tolstoy, Plekhanov and the Emancipation of Labour group, revolutionary groups in the 1880s, political movements in the 1890s. Part 3 Assessment. Part 4 Documents.