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kelin’s mobility in relation to kelin’s bargaining power with their mothers-in-law. 28 In light of this, our paper examines how the gender hierarchy is constructed, contested, and executed within the patriarchal structure between those of the same gender. It unravels the implications of power and

In: Central Asian Affairs

teaching tool. The memoir section of this book allows the reader into aspects of private, intimate life often difficult for scholars to penetrate, whether the daughter-in-law/mother-in- law bond or the helplessness of wives before the debauchery of their husbands. In her own descriptions, Labzina exists

In: Canadian-American Slavic Studies
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of force upon an unmarried girl, and potential in- cest between brother and sister); (2) those relating to marriage (good or evil spouse, intervention of an in-law, and evil mother-in-law); and (3) good or evil parents. De- spite the fact that Vidan's work is not based on fieldwork and that the

In: Canadian-American Slavic Studies

Mother-in-Law] and added the motif of the kiss as an act of liberation. 8 In other versions, the Sleeping Beauty is rescued by her child or wakes up after 100 years, and the prince is there; just by chance or with the help of a fairy. In Russia, the ethnographer and folklorist Aleksandr Afanasyev

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brother and mother in a court village in Be- lozero province. She complained to her mother, the widow Varvara, that not only did her husband beat her "without stop," but so also did her mother-in- law, brother- and sister-in-law. She laid the blame on the mother-in-law, ac- cusing her of instructing the

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election (in accordance with the will of the nobility of the Kingdom of Poland), by marriage (to the young Queen Jadwiga) and by adoption (by his mother-in-law, Elisabeth of Bosnia, Queen of Hungary). The document quoted here in translation marks midpoint in a process, which changed the face of eastern and

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In: Lithuanian Historical Studies

-the-knee length denim skirt and short-sleeve tops, Sadbarg says that her late mother-in-law for many years tried to talk her into ( ugovorit’ ) dressing more conservatively ( bama’nitar ). About a year ago, Sadbarg’s mother-in-law began insinuating that she had been unfaithful to her husband with a man at her

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been warned that he would, during a seminar, suddenly ask his students to decline such terribly complicated words like the Church Slavonic svekry (mother-in-law). Fortunately, this never happened to me, but he was indeed relentless in terminological questions, and he never would have read a document in

In: Russian History
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and mother-in-law jokes, and impotence and adultery, with the last chapter devoted to chastushki. The classifications are not always tidy, however, resulting in some t h e m e s - such as drinking and h o m o s e x u a l i t y - appearing in several chapters. The overlap o f categories also led to

In: Canadian-American Slavic Studies

mother-in-law, who was perhaps too solicitous. In 1756, while living either at court in St. Petersburg or at the so-called “minor court,” the court of the heir apparent, Peter, and his wife Catherine (later, “the Great”) at their palace at Oranienbaum, Saltykov added to his desire to “kill his wife” the

In: Russian History