Past for the Eyes: East European Representations of Communism in Cinema and Museums after 1989

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Name Index
Abuladze, Tengiz 153, 177
Adorno, Theodor W. 47, 48, 55
Alexander (King of Yugoslavia) 122, 131
Althabe, Gérard 290, 291
Andrić, Raša 138
Andropov, Yurii 170n. 171
Ansip, Andrus 359
Antall, József 73
Antonov, Artem 160, 165
Astrakhan, Dmitrii 151
Auerbach, Erich 28n. 49, 47–53
Ayer, Alfred Jules 35
Bach, Johann Sebastian 20, 45
Bajcsi, István 63n. 12
Bakhtin, Mikhail 121, 264n. 36
Balabanov, Alexei 152
Barański, Andrzej 211
Bareja, Stanisław 188, 189, 194–196, 200, 202, 203, 207, 210, 212, 213
Barenboim, Daniel 54–56
Barlea, Gheorghe Mihai 299n. 81
Barsi, Tomaj 69
Barthes, Roland 36
Bartók, Béla 46, 47
Bartos, Zoltán 86n. 5
Băsescu, Traian 278, 279, 281, 293n. 65, 298n. 79
Batthyány, Lajos 251
Baudrillard, Jean 84
Beckett, Samuel 205
Beethoven, Ludwig von 19, 20, 25, 45, 54, 55
Beke, László 257
Benjamin, Walter 17
Benn, Gottfried 17, 44
Berény, Róbert 264
Bergman, Ingmar 11
Bernea, Ernest 292
Bernea, Horia 287n. 44, 288n. 48, 289, 290–293, 296, 297
Besançon, Alain 381
Bibó, István 89, 90
Bielecki, Czesław 380–384, 386
Bierut, Bolesław 374, 384n. 38
Blagoev, Dimitar 314
Blandiana, Ana (aka Coman, Otilia Valeria) 302
Blanton, Thomas 299n. 82
Blažejovský, Jaromír 239n. 51
Bloch, Marc 27
Bobrova, Lidia 172, 173
Bodrov, Sergei 146, 152
Bódy, Gábor 86
Bogart, Humphrey 205
Bogucka, Teresa 184, 380
Bohm, Hark 124n. 26
Bolgarin, Igor' 161
Boltanski, Christian 270
Bondarchuk, Fedor 164, 165
Bondarchuk, Sergei 164
Borges, Jorge Luis 138
Boros, Géza 259, 262
Bortko, Vladimir 163
Botstein, Leon 20, 23n. 35
Böhm, Karl 45
Brandauer, Klaus Maria 14, 15
Brandt, Willy 125

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