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transliteration of modern Russian for English-language publications

J. Thomas Shaw

transliteration of modern Russian for English-language publications

by J. Thomas Shaw

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Published by University of Wisconsin Press in Madison, London .
Written in English


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StatementJ. Thomas Shaw.
The Physical Object
Pagination15p.,23cm
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19389260M

@KonradRudolph No, it is not just your decision. I have just in my hands a book of abstracts with every abstract in Russian and in English. Every name (no matter if western or Russian) is in Cyrillic in the Russian abstract and is Latin in the English Abstract. It is also the editor's decision. Russian are unnecessary, (a) ENGLISH PUBLICATIONS. Use American orthography only. All titles of Russian literary works should be in the original and transliterated according to Professor Shaw's "System III" (The Transliteration of Modern Russian for English-Language Publications). All other Russian citations should be in Cyrillic only.

The paper concludes that the total number of the Russian contributions to the English language exceeds lexical items and the input of the Russian language to the lexicon of modern English. This is a modern English language release of the stationery catalog in two volumes. Volume I is sub-titled Issues of the Central Postal Administration for the Russian Empire. Volume II is sub-titled Issues of For Specific Areas. In his introduction, the author states that "The postal history of Imperial Russia, as well as that of the early post.

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