- Title Pages
- Note on Transliteration and Translations
IntroductionSociolinguistic Change and the Response of Literature
Chapter INewspeak, Counterspeak and Linguistic Memory
Chapter 2Challenging the Standard
Chapter 3Languages and Styles of Post-Soviet Russian Prose
Chapter 4The Literary Norm
Chapter 5Pisateli o iazyke Writers’ Reflections on Language
Chapter 6Abanamat Reactions to the Ban on Profanity in Art
Chapter 7Confronting Linguistic Legacies
Chapter 8Language, Time and Linguistic Dystopia
Chapter 9Language Ideologies and Society
ConclusionTowards a Theory of Performative Metalanguage
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