Some articles on soviet, early, early soviet:
... Children's literature in Soviet Union was considered a major genre, because of its educational role ... A large share of early period children's books were poems Korney Chukovsky, Samuil Marshak, Agnia Barto were among the most read ... Some of the early Soviet children's prose was loose adaptations of foreign fairy tales unknown in contemporary Russia ...
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“If the Soviet Union can give up the Brezhnev Doctrine for the Sinatra Doctrine, the United States can give up the James Monroe Doctrine for the Marilyn Monroe Doctrine: Lets all go to bed wearing the perfume we like best.”
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