UTREES: University Theses in Russian, Soviet and East European Studies 1907-2016.

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Thesis/Dissertation: BibTeX citation key:  Aizlewood1984a
R. AIZLEWOOD. 1984. Verse form and meaning in the poetry of Vladimir Mayakovsky, with special reference to: 'Vladimir Mayakovsky. Tragediya'; 'Oblako v shtanakh'; 'Fleita-pozvonochnik'; 'Chelovek'; 'Lyublyu'; and 'Pro eto'. D.Phil. thesis. Oxford.
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Subjects: Literature
Areas/Languages: Russian
Authors: Aizlewood
Institution: Oxford

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Literature;
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SW1127
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