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