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Contents -- List of Illustrations -- Acknowledgments -- A Note on Transliteration and Abbreviations -- Introduction: Masquerades in Russian History and Culture -- Part I: Imitation and Stylization -- 1. The Travestied Masquerade: Aesthetics, Ethics, and Demonism -- 2. The Political Masquerade: Impersonation, National Identity, and Power -- 3. The Gender Masquerade: Constructions of Feminine Identity -- Part II: Costume Design and Theatricality -- 4. Figurative Costumes: Metaphors in Text and Textile
5. Character Costumes: Cultural Memory and the Philological Masquerade 6. Avant-Garde Costumes: Estranging Practices of Masquerade -- 7. Revealing Costumes: Bared Bodies on Stage -- Conclusion: The Early Soviet Masquerade -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index
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