How the Soviet Man Was Unmade: Cultural Fantasy and Male Subjectivity Under Stalin by Lilya Kaganovsky (Hardback, 2008)

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InHow the Soviet Man Was Unmade <, Lilya Kaganovsky exposes the paradox behind the myth of the indestructible Stalinist-era male. Because the communist state was “full of heroes,” a man could only truly distinguish himself and attain hero status through bodily sacrifice-yet in his wounding, he was forever reminded that he would be limited in what he could achieve, and was expected to remain in a state of continued subservience to Stalin and the party.
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