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By AUDREY L. ALTSTADT

In 1990, centuries of harsh domination culminated in Black January, while Soviet Troops opened fireplace at the civilian inhabitants of Baku. the next yr, Azebaijan declared its independence and started rebuilding its political and financial system. Former Communists and competition leaders proceed to fight for dominance. Audrey L. Alstadt uses either Russian-language and Azerbaijani Turkish-language newspapers, journals, and scholarly courses. a lot of this fabric hasn't ever been utilized in the other Western stories. Altstadt's unique study provides the Azerbaijani viewpoint at the two-century courting among Russia and Azerbaijan. She identifies key concerns and actors and files a trend of continuous fight opposed to colonial rule from the preliminary conquest to the political hobbies of the overdue 20th century. Russian domination has encompassed greater than the army, political, and financial spheres. There have additionally been harsh regulations on cultural expression, together with killing best intellectuals and falsifying historic proof. in spite of the fact that, Azerbaijani Turks proceed to thwart Russian keep watch over through retaining their wealthy and historic background via native-language schooling and the humanities. As Alstadt writes, "The Azerbaijani Turks used the antiquity in their background language, and literature as a weapon of self-defense, as evidence they wish no tutelage in self-government, fiscal administration, schooling or literature."

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The problem was, we had been handling those dead clams so long, our olfactory sense had developed a measure of tolerance. We guessed there was still an odor, but it didn't seem nearly as strong as it did when we first started fishing. I flipped my stringer of fish proudly up on Aunt Lucille's back porch and she came to view my catch. "Oh, what a nice bunch o f . . " She paused, looked sharply at me, and grabbed her nose. "Migod! " "Clams," I said. " "Well, you just get those clothes off right away and get upstairs and into the bathtub .

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We guessed there was still an odor, but it didn't seem nearly as strong as it did when we first started fishing. I flipped my stringer of fish proudly up on Aunt Lucille's back porch and she came to view my catch. "Oh, what a nice bunch o f . . " She paused, looked sharply at me, and grabbed her nose. "Migod! " "Clams," I said. " "Well, you just get those clothes off right away and get upstairs and into the bathtub . . and you scrub until there isn't even a suggestion of clam on you. " "We'll worry about that later.

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