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Historically Inevitable? Turning Points of the Russian Revolution

Historically Inevitable? Turning Points of the Russian Revolution


作者  /  Tony Brenton/ Ed.

譯者  /  Donald Crawford/Sean McMeekin/Dominic Lieven/Orlando Figes/Richard Sakwa/Douglas Smith/Contribution

出版社 / PROFILE BOOKS LTD

出版日期 / 2016/06/23

商品語言 / 英文

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馬克思認為,從資本主義到共產主義是歷史不可避免的進程,他的理論似乎在1917年俄國大革命的現實中實現了。但是,布爾什維克推翻臨時政府的革命,真的是不可避免的嗎?

本書集結了14篇來自世界頂尖的俄羅斯研究學者的論文,藉由回顧革命的關鍵轉捩點,來嘗試回答以上的問題。論及的事件,從1904-05年的日俄戰爭一直到1922年蘇聯政府沒收教會財產,特別聚焦在導致1917年10月革命的一連串不可思議的事件,本書可說是俄國革命之路的鑑定報告。

每篇論文不僅節奏明快,對革命的某一個面向作出深刻的闡述,並且首次對革命可能有不同的走向,做出相對事實的分析。探討的主題包括:由科爾尼洛夫發動卻以失敗收場的軍事政變、十月革命、外國勢力的介入以及1918年試圖暗殺列寧格勒…等。本書解釋了每一個相關事件,大部分都是意外,而非歷史的不可避免,最終卻導向了世界第一個共產國家的誕生。

本書主編Tone Brenton在後記中,將俄國革命與蘇聯於1991年垮台做了平行比較,並且將1917年的各種事件放在近期發生於俄羅斯與克里米亞事件的脈絡中,讀者可以從更宏觀的角度,看待1917年俄國革命的成因與影響。

Marx held that the progression of society from capitalism to communism was 'historically inevitable'. In Russia in 1917, it seemed that Marx's theory was being born out in reality. But was the Russian Revolution really inevitable? This collection of fourteen contributions from the world's leading Russian scholars attempts to answer the question by looking back at the key turning points of the revolution. From the Russo-Japanese conflict of 1904-5 through to the appropriation of church property in 1922, and focusing especially on the incredible chain of events in 1917 leading to the October Revolution itself, Historically Inevitable? is a forensic account of Russia's road to revolution. Each contribution gives not only a fast-paced, incisive narrative account of an individual aspect of Revolution but also, for the first time, an intriguing counter-factual analysis of what might have gone differently. Featuring Richard Pipes on the Kornilov affair, Orlando Figes on the October Revolution, Dominic Lieven on foreign intervention and Martin Sixsmith on the attempted assassination of Lenin in 1918, Historically Inevitable? explains how each of these moments, more through blind luck than any historical inevitability, led to the creation of the world's first communist state. Tony Brenton's afterword to the volume draws parallels between the Revolution and the ultimate collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, and places the events of 1917 in the context of more recent events in Russia and the Crimea. Featuring contributions from: Donald Crawford - Sean McMeekin - Dominic Lieven - Orlando Figes - Richard Sakwa - Douglas Smith - Martin Sixsmith - Simon Dixon - Boris Kolonitsky - Richard Pipes - Edvard Radzinsky - Catriona Kelly - Erik Landis - Evan Mawdsley







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誠品26碼 /2681486547005
ISBN 13 /9781781250211
ISBN 10 /1781250219
EAN /9781781250211

頁數384
尺寸23.4X15.3CM
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